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Demonstration Setup Guide

IC-F3100D/IC-F4100D Series
IC-F5120D/IC-F6120D Series




















Version 2.0
March 2013



IDAS Demonstration Setup Guide


Foreword

This IDAS Demonstration Setup Guide for IC-F3100D/IC-F4100D series, IC-F5120D/IC-F6120D Series
explains the configuration and file setup procedures to demonstrate the basic feature of IDAS radios. This
is first step to become familiar with the IDAS radios. After you are comfortable with the basic operation,
we recommend you familiarize yourself with other features of the radio.

Disclaimer

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However, Icom assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies or mistakes. Furthermore, Icom reserves the right
to make changes to any of the products described in this demonstration setup guide without notice or
obligation. The systems and applications described herein are for information and reference purposes only.
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Table of Contents


1 Demonstration Setup Guide and the Cloning Setting File .................................................................. 1
1-1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
1-1-1 Layout of this Demonstration Setup Guide ........................................................................................... 1
1-1-2 Cloning Settings for the IC-F3100D / F5120D series IDAS Radios ............................................... 1
1-1-3 Programmable Key Settings .................................................................................................................... 3
1-1-4 Programmable Key Settings for the IC-F5120D Series IDAS Mobile Radios ............................... 4
2 General Features ....................................................................................................................................... 5
2-1 ID Address Structure in the IDAS Mode ........................................................................................................ 5
2-1-1 Unit ID .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
2-1-2 Individual ID and Talkgroup ID Range .................................................................................................... 6
2-1-3 Talkgroup Settings .................................................................................................................................... 6
2-1-4 Radio Access Number .............................................................................................................................. 7
2-1-5 ANI Display Settings .................................................................................................................................. 7
2-2 Zone Operation ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
2-2-1 Zone Type Selection .................................................................................................................................. 8
2-2-2 Channel Settings for a Conventional Zone ............................................................................................ 9
2-2-3 Channel Settings for IDAS - Trunk Zone .............................................................................................. 12
2-3 Call Type Selection ........................................................................................................................................... 15
2-3-1 Default Call Type Settings ..................................................................................................................... 15
2-3-2 Manual Call Type Selection Settings (Only for the mobile radios) .................................................. 17
2-3-3 Talk Back Settings .................................................................................................................................. 18
2-4 Channel Selection ............................................................................................................................................. 19
2-4-1 Channel Selection .................................................................................................................................. 19
2-4-2 Channel Announce ................................................................................................................................. 21
2-4-3 Channel Selection from the Individual / Talkgroup ID list (Only for the mobile radios) ............. 22
2-4-4 Channel Selection from a Zone (Only for the mobile radios) .......................................................... 24
2-4-5 Channel Selection from the Channel Group (Only for the portable radios) ................................... 25
2-4-6 Channel Selection from External I/O Port (Only for the mobile radios) ......................................... 27
2-4-7 Preprogrammed Dealer Assignable Keys ........................................................................................... 28
2-4-8 Priority A Channel Selection ................................................................................................................. 30
2-4-9 Automatic Scan ...................................................................................................................................... 31
2-5 Beep and Ringer ............................................................................................................................................... 33
2-5-1 Beep and Ringer Settings for Voice Call ............................................................................................. 33
2-5-2 Beep and Ringer Level Settings ........................................................................................................... 35
2-5-3 Setting the Beep Level (Only for the Portable Radios) ..................................................................... 36
2-5-4 Setting the Ringer Level (Only for the Portable Radios) ................................................................... 37
2-5-5 User Set Mode (For only the Mobile Radios) ...................................................................................... 38
2-6 External I/O ........................................................................................................................................................ 40
2-6-1 Optional ACC Cable Installation (For only the Mobile Radios) ........................................................ 40
2-6-2 Port Settings (Only for the Mobile Radios) ......................................................................................... 41
2-7 GPS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 46
2-7-1 GPS Receiver Connections .................................................................................................................... 46
2-7-2 Connection Speed and Mode Settings ................................................................................................ 47
2-7-3 Port Settings (For only the mobile radios) .......................................................................................... 48
2-7-4 GPS Settings ............................................................................................................................................ 48
2-7-5 Auto-Timed GPS Send Settings ............................................................................................................ 49
2-7-6 GPS Position Polling Settings ............................................................................................................... 50
3 Voice Communication ............................................................................................................................. 51
Table of Contents (Continued)


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3-1 Digital Mode Operation .................................................................................................................................... 51
3-1-1 Selecting the Operation Channels ....................................................................................................... 51
3-1-2 Individual Call .......................................................................................................................................... 54
3-1-3 Talkgroup Call ......................................................................................................................................... 59
3-1-4 All Call ...................................................................................................................................................... 62
3-2 Mixed Digital Mode Operation ........................................................................................................................ 66
3-2-1 Selecting the Operating Channels ....................................................................................................... 66
3-2-2 Making a Call from a Digital Radio ...................................................................................................... 67
3-2-3 Making a Call from a Radio in the Mixed Digital Mode .................................................................... 68
3-2-4 Making a Call from an Analog Radio .................................................................................................. 69
3-2-5 Selecting the Operating Channels for the 5-Tone Signaling Operation ......................................... 73
3-2-6 Making a Call from an Analog Radio in the 5-Tone Mode ............................................................... 74
3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation ....................................................................................................................... 78
3-3-1 Selecting the Operating Channels ....................................................................................................... 78
3-3-2 Making a Call from a Digital Radio ...................................................................................................... 80
3-3-3 Making a Call from a Radio in the Mixed Analog Mode ................................................................... 83
3-3-4 Making a Call from an Analog Radio .................................................................................................. 84
3-3-5 Selecting the Operating Channels for the 5-Tone Signaling Operation ......................................... 85
3-3-6 Making a Call from an Analog Radio in the 5-Tone Mode ............................................................... 86
4 Data Communication .............................................................................................................................. 89
4-1 Status Message ................................................................................................................................................. 89
4-1-1 Selecting the Operation Channels ....................................................................................................... 89
4-1-2 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message Power ON/OFF ................................................... 90
4-1-3 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message End of Voice Call ................................................ 91
4-1-4 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message When received a Status Poling Call ............... 91
4-1-5 Transmitting a Status Message on a Talkgroup Call ........................................................................ 92
4-1-6 Transmitting a Status Message on an Individual Call ...................................................................... 94
4-2 Short Data Message (SDM) ............................................................................................................................. 96
4-2-1 Transmitting a Short Data Message .................................................................................................... 96
4-2-2 Receiving a Short Data Message ......................................................................................................... 98
4-3 Call Alert ............................................................................................................................................................. 99
4-3-1 Transmitting a Call Alert ........................................................................................................................ 99
4-4 Emergency Call ................................................................................................................................................ 103
4-4-1 Selecting the Operating Channels ..................................................................................................... 103
4-4-2 Emergency Call Settings ...................................................................................................................... 104
4-4-3 Voice Call Interrupts the Emergency Call .......................................................................................... 109
4-4-4 Emergency call from a Portable Radio ............................................................................................. 110
4-4-5 Emergency call from a Mobile Radio ................................................................................................ 113
4-4-6 Power OFF Emergency Function (For only IC-F5120D series mobile radios) .............................. 114
4-4-7 Lone Worker Emergency Call ............................................................................................................. 116
4-4-8 Receiving a Man Down Emergency Call............................................................................................ 117
4-4-8-1 Selecting the operating channel .................................................................................................... 117
4-4-8-2 Man Down Function ......................................................................................................................... 118
4-5 Command Call ................................................................................................................................................. 121
4-5-1 Selecting the Operating Channels ..................................................................................................... 121
4-5-2 Select a Desired Individual ID............................................................................................................. 122
4-5-3 Status Request Call .............................................................................................................................. 123
4-5-4 Radio Check Call................................................................................................................................... 124
4-5-5 Stun Call ................................................................................................................................................. 125
4-5-6 Revive Call ............................................................................................................................................. 127
4-5-7 Kill Call ................................................................................................................................................... 129
4-5-8 Remote Monitor .................................................................................................................................... 131
Appendix A Assignable Key Function List ............................................................................................... 133
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1 Demonstration Setup Guide and the Cloning Setting File

1-1 Introduction


1-1-1 Layout of this Demonstration Setup Guide

This IDAS Demonstration Setup Guide for IC-F3100D/IC-F4100D series, IC-F5120D/IC-F6120D Series
has been prepared to make a step by step demonstration of IDAS radios possible. However, you may
want to show different functions to your client because of the function rich IDAS series radios.
Therefore, the setting screen and explanation of relative functions are shown near each step by step
procedure. Those setting related sections are displayed in the surrounded by a blue line.
An example is shown below.
















This demonstration setup guide is covered 3 in segments.
The first segment explains the NXDN features. The second segment describes the settings and
operation of the various Voice Calls. The third segment describes the settings and operation of various
Data Calls.

1-1-2 Cloning Settings for the IC-F3100D / F5120D series IDAS Radios
Hardware and Software revisions
This demonstration setup guide has been prepared based on the following software revisions:
Hardware Firmware type Revision
IC-F3100D / F4100D series Handheld radio Main 1.80
DSP 1.50
IC-F5120D / IC-F6120D series Mobile radio Main 1.80
DSP 1.50
Programming Software Revision
CS-F3100D/F5120D 1.1
The icf file provided with the demonstration setup guide are:
File Name:
IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo_Ver_1.icf IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo_Ver_1.icf
IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo_Ver_1.icf IDAS_F6120D_1004_Demo_Ver_1.icf
IDAS_F4160D_1005_Demo_Ver_1.icf

Talk Back ID Display Function ON
The location of the setting item is
easily seen in the setting screen.
The item to set is marked by
a dotted red line.
Description of the setting item.

When an analog signal is received on a channel whose CH
Type is set to "Mixed-Digi," this function displays the Analog
Talk Back text during the Analog Talk Back Timer period.

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1-1 Introduction (Continued)


Connections and the procedures of power ON
For IC-F3100D/F4100D
C Connect the OPC-478U cloning cable to the speaker jack.
C Rotate [VOL] to turn the power ON.


















For IC-F5120D/F6120D
C Connect the OPC-1122U cloning cable to the [MIC] connector.
C Push [ ] for 1 second to turn ON the power.












IC-F3100D/F4100D
Series Radio
OPC-478U
To USB
port
[VOL]
PC
IC-F5120D/F6120D
Series Radio
OPC-1122U
To USB
port PC
To the [MIC]
connector
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1-1 Introduction (Continued)


NOTE: For this demonstration, we have used UHF radios. The same demonstration can be made with VHF
radios, with the required programming changes (For example, RX and TX frequency).

1-1-3 Programmable Key Settings
For the IC-F3100D Series IDAS portable Radio, and the HM-171GP GPS speaker microphone

Programmable function keys
The following functions can be assigned to the [Upper] and [Lower] programmable function keys.
When a microphone that has an emergency key is connected to the radio, one of following functions
can be assigned to the Emergency Key.




















NOTE: Below is an example of the Dealer Programmable Key Settings in the icf files,
IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo_Ver_1.icf and IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo_Ver_1.icf, that are provided
with this demonstration setup guide. However, to conduct some parts of demonstration, you must
alter the icf settings. Carefully review the appropreate sections in the demonstration setup guide.


NOTE: Refer to Appendix A for the assignable function list details.


Emergency Key
[Upper] and [Lower]
programmable function keys
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1-1 Introduction (Continued)


1-1-4 Programmable Key Settings for the IC-F5120D Series IDAS Mobile Radios

Programmable function keys
The following functions can be assigned to [UP], [DOWN], [P0], [P1], [P2] and [P3] programmable
function keys.
















NOTE: Below is an example of the Dealer Programmable Key Settings in the icf files,
IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo_Ver_1.icf and IDAS_F6120D_1004_Demo_Ver_1.icf, that are provided
with this demonstration setup guide. However, to conduct some parts of demonstration, you must
alter the icf settings. Carefully review the appropriate sections in the demonstration setup guide.



NOTE: Refer to Appendix A for the assignable function list details.

[P0], [P1], [P2] and [P3]
programmable function keys
[UP] and [DOWN]
programmable function keys
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2 General Features

2-1 ID Address Structure in the IDAS Mode


2-1-1 Unit ID
- Unit ID
Set the radio's unit ID to the unit ID
programmed in each channel, or into
the global unit ID.



MR CH Individual
Uses the unit ID programmed in
each channel:
Memory CH > Zone > Digital > Unit ID

Enter a decimal number between 1 and 65519 in
each memory channel as the Unit ID.





NOTE: If Config > Unit ID is set to "Global (Edit)" or "Global (Auto)" in the Digital Option sheet, the
programmed ID is replaced with the Global ID.
- Global ID (Edit) (Activated only when: Unit
ID = Global ID (Edit))
Uses the global unit ID programmed in
Global ID (Edit), regardless of the
operating channel.
Set the radio's Global unit ID to between
1 and 65519.
When Unit ID is set to "Global ID (Edit)," this programmed ID is used as the radio's unit ID, regardless
of the operating channel.
- Global ID (Auto) (Activated only when; Unit
ID = Global ID (Auto))
Uses the global unit ID which is
automatically generated with the radio's
serial number and the number
programmed in Global ID (Auto),
regardless of the operating channel.
Enter a number between 0 and 5.
When Unit ID is set to "Global ID (Auto), the automatically generated unit ID is used as the radio's
unit ID, regardless of the operating channel.
The method of automatic generation for five-digit unit ID:
- This dealer programmed number replaces the digit in front of the last four digits of the radio's serial
number.
- If the last four digits of the radio's serial number are 0000, the dealer programmed number is
increased by 1, and then put in front of the last four numbers.
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2-1 ID Address Structure in the IDAS Mode (Continued)


2-1-2 Individual ID and Talkgroup ID Range

Individual
Individual ID List
Enter another station's ID between 1 and 65519 (decimal number).
Talkgroup
Talkgroup ID List
Enter a Talkgroup ID between 1 and 65519, or 65535 (decimal number).
"65535" is used for All calls.

All Call Settings
Enables you to transmit and/or receive
an All Call.





2-1-3 Talkgroup Settings

Talkgroup Setting
The Block Decode function works for the radios receive Voice Call, Call Alert, Status Message and
SDM if the target unit ID is matched to Block Decode range.
Block Decode Enable
Select whether or not to use the Block Decode
function.
This function enables the radio to decode any
Talkgroup ID, if it is within the block decode range.
Inhibit Decodes only the specified Talkgroup ID.
Enable Decodes any Talkgroup ID, if it is within the block decode range.
NOTE: Set the block decode range in Block Decode (Min) and Block Decode (Max).

Block Decode (Min)/(Max)
(Activated only when: Block Decode Enable = Enable)
Set the minimum and maximum Talkgroup IDs to
specify the block decode range, to between 1 and
65519.
NOTE: Block Decode (Max) must be set to higher than Block Decode (Min).


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2-1 ID Address Structure in the IDAS Mode (Continued)


2-1-4 Radio Access Number
A RAN (Radio Access Number) is a IDAS feature that may be used to reduce the possibility of
breakthrough from other fleets of users on a shared radio channel. IDAS equipment may be
configured with one of 64 RAN. A radio channel has a default RAN, but clearly if all independent fleets
use the default RAN there is no protection. To activate protection, a particular fleet is programmed
with one of the 64 RAN that is not the same as the default value.

- RX/TX RAN
Enter a receive and transmit RAN (Radio Access Number)
between 0 and 63.
RAN is used to separate the radio from the same or adjacent
channel station, according to the assigned code.
This feature is similar to CTCSS or DTCS in analog mode operation.
This feature is similar to CTCSS or DTCS in the analog mode.
The radio selectively accesses one of several repeaters within overlapping coverage areas, allowing
the user to listen to a specific repeater.
"00" is a special code, and matches to any RAN.


2-1-5 ANI Display Settings

ANI Display on Receive
- Talkgroup Display on Receive
When this function is turned ON, the
talkgroup ID number or name will be
displayed on the LCD while receiving.
- Unit ID Display on Receive
When this function is turned ON, the called
station's unit ID number will be displayed on
the LCD while receiving.
- Extended Display Timer (Sec)
Enter the time period for the Extended Display Timer between 0.0 and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second
steps).
This setting is for when either, or both of the Talkgroup Display on Receive or the Unit ID Display on
Receive functions are turned ON.
When an ID or name is displayed, the timer allows the ID or name to remain displayed for the set
time period.


ANI Display on PTT
- Talkgroup Display on PTT
When this function is turned ON, the
talkgroup ID number or name will be
displayed on the LCD when [PTT] is pushed.




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2-2 Zone Operation


2-2-1 Zone Type Selection

The radio has a total of 128 memory channels, and you can assign them to 8 zones.
Configure the settings for each zone.
NOTE: Configurable settings differ, depending on the Zone Type setting.
Model Menu
The Model menu contains submenus that you use to change the software to suit to the radio's model
which you are going to program.
The Tree View screen contents will be changed when the model type is switched.
Select the model type from LMR or PMR.
A mark appears for the selected model.



NOTE: The model type must be selected first, otherwise the edited contents will be lost if you change
the model after programming.
NOTE: The following procedure assumes that tones have been entered and the squelch has been set.

Zone Type Selection
Select an operation type to be used in a zone.
The selectable options differ, depending on the model.
When you select PMR from the model menu, the selectable model type is only "Conventional".
Therefore the Zone Type selection menu does not appear.
When you select LMR from the model menu, the selectable Zone Types are "Conventional" and "IDAS-
Trunk".



Conventional For normal operation.
IDAS-Trunk
(Only for the LMR model)
For IDAS-Trunk operation. This enables further effective channel management
by sharing a minimum of channels with a large number of users.
If selected, appears on the zone in the tree view screen, and 11 settings
of Area Bit to PWR Save become configurable.




Model
LMR
PMR

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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)


Capacity Settings
Set the number of memory channels assignable to the zone.

For example, when Zone 1's Capacity is set to "16," Zone 1 has 16 memory channels.
The LMR model type




The PMR model type




Even if the available number of memory channels in a zone has been set in Capacity in the Zone
Operation sheet, you can increase or decrease the number of channels in each zone.
To create a new memory channel, point and double click on any cell on the [New] line, which is
located at the bottom of the sheet.


2-2-2 Channel Settings for a Conventional Zone

Configure the settings for each memory channel that are assigned to a Conventional zone.
RX / TX Frequency (MHz)
Enter the specified repeater channel's receive frequency in RX, and the transmit frequency in TX.

Model Frequency Range
VHF
IC-F3100D/F5120D series
136 to 174 MHz
UHF
IC-F4100D/F6120D series
350 to 400 MHz,
400 to 470 MHz,
450 to 520 MHz

NOTE: Program the receive frequency first, otherwise you may not be able to make other settings

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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)


Channel Type
Select an operating mode for the channel between Analog, Mixed-Ana, Mixed-Digi or Digital as the
channels operating mode.

Analog TX and RX are in the analog mode.
Mixed-Ana
TX is in the analog mode.
RX is in the digital and analog mode.
Mixed-Digi
TX is in the digital mode.
RX is in the digital and analog mode.
Digital TX and RX are in the digital mode.



NOTE: The transmission mode may differ, depending on the Talk Back settings.
NOTE: Available Signaling settings differ, depending on the Channel Type setting.

RF PWR
Select the default output power, and the levels that the user can select by using [High/Low].

L1:
Low1


The default output power is set to
"Low1."
[High/Low] selects only "Low1."
L2
Low2
The default output power is set to
"Low2."
[High/Low] selects "Low2" and "Low1."
H
High
The default output power is set to "High."
[High/Low] selects "High," "Low2" and
"Low1."
NOTE:
- The user can change the output power by pushing [High/Low]. To inhibit the user from changing the
output power, do not assign the "High/Low" function to any key.
- Pushing [High/Low] selects the output power temporarily or permanently in the Key & Display sheet;
Common > Key & Display > RF Power Selection > RF Power

Output power (Approximately)
Series F3100D F4100D
F5120D*

F6120D*


50W 25W 45 W 25 W
Low1 1 W 1 W 5 W 2.5 W 4.5 W 2.5 W
Low2 2 W 2 W 25 W 10 W 25 W 10 W
High 5 W 4 W 50 W 25 W 45 W 25 W
NOTE : The IC-F5120D series of radios have 25W and 50W versions. The IC-F6120D series radios have
25W and 45W versions.


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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)


Digital Settings


RX/TX RAN
Enter a receive and transmit RAN (Radio Access Number) between 0 and 63.
RAN is used to separate the radio from the same or adjacent channel station, according to the
assigned code.
This feature is similar to CTCSS or DTCS in analog mode operation.
The radio selectively accesses one of several repeaters within overlapping coverage areas, allowing
the user to listen to a specific repeater.
"00" is a special code, and matches to any RAN.
Unit ID
Enter the radio's unit ID between 1 and 65519 (decimal number) for each channel.
NOTE: If Config-Unit ID is set to "Global (Edit)" or "Global (Auto)" in the Digital Option sheet, the
programmed ID is replaced with the Global ID.
Individual ID List No.
Double click the cell to display the Individual ID List, and then select an Individual ID to make a call to
on the channel.












NOTE: Configure the list in the Digital-Individual ID List sheet.
Squelch Type
Set the squelch type for digital mode operation.
OFF:
OFF
The squelch opens when an audio
signal is received. (The respective
RAN and ID codes do not need to
match to open the squelch.)
RAN :
RAN
The squelch opens when a call is
received that includes a matching
RAN, even if the Individual
ID/Talkgroup ID does not match.
Sel:
Selective
The squelch opens only when a call is
received that includes a matching
RAN and a matching Individual
ID/Talkgroup ID.

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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)


2-2-3 Channel Settings for IDAS - Trunk Zone

When LMR is selected as the model in the model menu, the Conventional and the IDAS-Trunk zone
types are available to select in Memory CH - Zone Operation.








Configure the settings for each memory channel that are assigned to the IDAS-Trunk zone.
Repeater channel settings
When selecting a zone type in the zone operation as IDAS Trunk:
The Repeater Setting screen can be called up by right clicking Repeater Ch and selecting [Edit...Enter],
or double clicking the Repeater Ch.






Set the repeater channel's transmit and receive frequencies and other settings.
NOTE: Program the receive frequency in RX first. Otherwise, you may not be able to make other
settings.










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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)




NOTE: The above frequencies are the default of the icf file supplied by Icom. If required, you may
reprogram frequencies according to your local requirements.
When the Repeater Channel settings are completed, the repeater channel number assigned as the
Home Channel in the repeater channel settings, will be displayed in the Zone Operation as a Repeater
channel.


Atr
Select the repeater channel attributes.

H1:
Home Repeater
The "H1" tagged channel becomes the Home Repeater channel. The radio
always monitors signals from the repeater to get trunking information.
H2:
2nd Home Repeater
The "H2" tagged channel becomes the 2nd Home Repeater channel. If the
Home Repeater (H1) has any trouble or malfunctions, the 2nd Home Repeater
channel automatically replaces it and becomes the Home Repeater.

NOTE: You must designate one channel as the Home Repeater. Otherwise, an "X" appears in the cell
and in the tree view screen.













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2-2 Zone Type Selection (Continued)


RX / TX Frequency (MHz)
Enter the specified repeater channel's receive frequency in RX, and the transmit frequency in TX.

Model Frequency Range
VHF: IC-F3100D/F5120D series 136 to 174 MHz
UHF: IC-F4100D/F6120D series
350 to 400 MHz,
400 to 470 MHz,
450 to 520 MHz

NOTE: Program the receive frequency first, otherwise you may not be able to make other settings

RF PWR
Select the default output power, and the levels that the user can select using [High/Low].

L1: Low1
The default output power is set to "Low1."
[High/Low] selects only "Low1."
L2: Low2
The default output power is set to "Low2."
[High/Low] selects "Low2" and "Low1."
H: High
The default output power is set to "High."
[High/Low] selects "High," "Low2" and "Low1."


NOTE:
- The user can change the output power by pushing [High/Low]. To inhibit the user from changing
the output power, do not assign the "High/Low" function to any key.
- Pushing [High/Low] selects the output power temporarily or permanently in the Key & Display
sheet;
Common > Key & Display > RF Power Selection > RF Power

Output power (Approximately)
Series F3100D F4100D
F5120D*

F6120D*


50W 25W 45 W 25 W
Low1 1 W 1 W 5 W 2.5 W 4.5 W 2.5 W
Low2 2 W 2 W 25 W 10 W 25 W 10 W
High 5 W 4 W 50 W 25 W 45 W 25 W

NOTE: The IC-F5120D series of radios have 25W and 50W versions. The IC-F6120D series radios
have 25W and 45W versions.

Phone
Select whether or not to connect a channel to a telephone network.


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2-3 Call Type Selection


2-3-1 Default Call Type Settings

C When you turn ON power to the radio, the default Call Type is automatically selected.










- Call Type
Set the default call type to Individual or Talkgroup.



The default call type is automatically selected when the radio is turned ON, and the Call Type Reset
function is activated.


C The Talk Back function allows the radio to select the same call type as the received call (Individual or
Talkgroup) when the following are true:
The Talk Back function is set to ON.
The Channel Type is set to Mixed-Ana, Mixed-Digi or Digital.
[PTT] is pushed after receiving a digital signal, but before or during the Talk Back timer period.


- Talk Back Timer (Sec)
Set the Talk Back timer to between 0 (OFF) and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).





Hold down [ ] for 1 second
Rotate [VOL] clockwise
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C When the Call Type Reset is set to ON, if the operating channel is changed, or reset timer period
ends, the Call Type is reset to the default Call Type.


- Call Type Reset
Turn the Call Type Reset function ON or OFF.



This function automatically selects the default call type, when the operating channel is changed, or
the Reset timer period ends.



- Reset Timer (Sec)
(Activated only when; Call Type Reset = ON)
Set the Reset timer period to between 0 (OFF) and 60 seconds (in 1 second steps).



When the Call Type Reset function is ON, the default call type will be automatically selected after
the programmed timer ends, even if the user changes the call type.




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2-3-2 Manual Call Type Selection Settings (Only for the mobile radios)

C Hold down [ ] for 1 second to Turn ON the power.
The default Call Type is automatically selected.
The channel name or the channel number, depending on settings, appears on the display when
power is turned ON.





- Text
Enter a name of up to eight characters, for each channel in the
Memory Channel settings.
Instead of the channel number, the name will be displayed when
the name is entered.



C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital
application selection mode.



Key
Assign the Digital Button function to a function
assignable key.




The Call Type appears on the display
momentarily, then VOICE appears.



C Hold down [P0] for 1 second to return to the standby
mode from the application selection mode.
The channel name appears.





C Hold down [P0] for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup, then
automatically enter the application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.






Hold down [ ] for 1 second
Push [P0]
Hold down [P0] for 1 second
Hold down [P0] for 1 second
or
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2-3-3 Talk Back Settings

Talk Back Settings for channels whose Channel Type is set to Mixed-Ana, "Mixed-Digi" or "Digital" .

- Talk Back Timer (Sec)
Set the Talk Back timer to between 0 (OFF) and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).


For channels whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Ana"
After receiving a digital signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to transmit a digital signal,
when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk Back timer period.
Also, its allows the radio to select the same call type as the received call (Individual or Talkgroup).
For channels whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Digi"
After receiving an analog signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to transmit an analog
signal, when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk Back timer period.
For channels whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Digi" or "Digital"
After receiving a digital signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to select the same call type
as the received call (Individual or Talkgroup), when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk Back
timer period.

RX Type settings selects the type of received call to activate the Talk Back function.

- RX Type
(Activated only when: Talk Back Timer = any setting except "0 (OFF)")
If the received call is a digital signal, select an option for the Talk Back function.



Normal: The Talk Back function will be activated for Voice, Status, SDM, and Call Alert calls.
Voice Only: The Talk Back function will be activated for only Voice calls.








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2-4 Channel Selection


2-4-1 Channel Selection

Select the desired operating channel
For the portable radios
Rotate [Rotary Selector] to select a desired channel.





Memory Channel Settings
Set the Frequencies, Channel Name, Channel Type, RANs, Unit ID, Individual/Talkgroup ID List
Number and Squelch Type for each Memory channel.
< IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo_Ver_1.icf >




Rotate [Rotary Selector]
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For the mobile radios
Select an operating channel by pushing the [CH
Up] or [CH Down] keys.


Memory Channel Settings
Set the Frequencies, Channel Name, Channel Type, RANs, Unit ID, Individual/Talkgroup ID List
Number and Squelch Type for each Memory channel.
< IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo_Ver_1.icf >














Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
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2-4-2 Channel Announce

Channel Announce (Only for the portable radios)
C Rotate [Rotary Selector] to select a desired channel.
C The Radio will announce the channel number.




- Enable
Select whether or not the radio will announce the channel number
when you rotate [Rotary Selector] to a desired channel.
Enable: The radio announces the position of [Rotary Selector].
Disable; Turns OFF the function.


Channel Announce function ON or OFF
Assign the Channel Announce function to a
programmable key.
Push [Upper] to turn the Channel Announce
function ON.
The radio will announce the channel number
when you rotate [Rotary Selector] to a desired
channel.


Dealer assignable key
Assign an Announce function to one of the Dealer
assignable key.
Dealer assignable keys:
IC-F3100D/F4100D series:
[Upper]/[Lower]/[Ext.Emer]*
* When the microphone that has a monaural-plug, but no emergency key, is connected to the radio,
BE SURE to assign "Disable" to [Ext.Emer].
NOTE: Emergency is assigned to the function key [Upper] in the provided icf files.



- Temporary Enable
(Activated only when: Enable = Enable, and the Channel
Announce function is assigned to a programmable key)
Select whether the Channel Announce function's setting is
always turned ON, or the setting, either ON or OFF, remains,
when the radio is turned ON again.
Enable: When the radio is turned ON, the Announce function is always also turned ON.
Disable: When the radio is turned ON, the Announce function will resume the state it was in,
either ON or OFF, when the radio was turned OFF.


Announces the
channel number
Announces the
channel number
Push [Upper]
Rotate [Rotary Selector]
Rotate [Rotary Selector]
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2-4-3 Channel Selection from the Individual / Talkgroup ID list (Only for the mobile radios)

+ Select a desired ID from the individual ID List
NOTE : Follow the procedure of section 2-3-2 to select the desired call type.
C Hold down [P0] for 1 second to toggle the call type
between Individual and Talkgroup, then
automatically enter the application selection mode.


The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, and then VOICE appears.





C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the Individual ID
selection mode.
The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.





C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Individual ID List.







Individual ID List







Hold down [P0] for 1 second
Push [P0]
Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
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+ Select a desired ID from the talkgroup ID List

NOTE: Follow the procedure of section 2-3-2 for selecting the desired call type.

C Hold down [P0] for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup, then
automatically enter the application selection mode.





The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears .








C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the Talkgroup ID selection mode.





The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.




C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Talkgroup ID List.












Talkgroup ID List
The radio has up to 500 memories to store Talkgroup IDs.
Enter a Talkgroup ID between 1 and 65519, or 65535. 65535 is used for All calls.



Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Push [P0]
Hold down [P0] for 1 second
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2-4-4 Channel Selection from a Zone (Only for the mobile radios)

Select the desired operating channel
C Push [P2] Zone to select a desired Zone.



Push the [CH Up] or [CH Down] keys to select
a desired operating channel.


Zone Operation Settings
Enter a name of up to eight characters, for each zone.
The name will be displayed instead of the zone number, on the tree
view screen.




Memory Channel Settings
Set the Frequencies, Channel Name, Channel Type, RANs, Unit ID, Individual/Talkgroup ID List
Number and Squelch Type for each Memory channel.





Key
Dealer assignable keys:
IC-F5120D/F6120D series:
[Up]/[Down]/[P0]/[P1]/[P2]/[P3]
Assign [CH Up] function to [Up], and [CH Down]
function to [Down] the Dealer assignable keys.
Assign [Zone] function to one of the Dealer
assignable keys.
NOTE: User Set Mode is assigned to the function
key [P2] in the provided icf files.


Push [P2] Zone
Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
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2-4-5 Channel Selection from the Channel Group (Only for the portable radios)

The Channel Group function enables you to select a group of memory channels or scan lists, by only
rotating [Rotary Selector] to the channel number they are assigned to.








You can assign either of two operation settings; memory channels or scan list, to each of the 16
channel number on [Rotary Selector].
[Rotary Selector] can have the settings mixed with the memory channels and scan lists.
By only rotating [Rotary Selector] to the 1 to 16 channel number, you can select a desired group of
memory channels or scan lists.

- Channel Group
Select whether or not to use the Channel Group function.
OFF: Turn OFF the Channel Group function.
ON: Turn ON the Channel Group function.


- Set Function
Select a function type to be used on each
channel number on [Rotary Selector].
Null No function type is assigned
to the channel number.
Memory channel Memory channel
function type is assigned to
the channel number.
Scan List Scan function type is
assigned to the channel
number.


Rotary Selector
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2-4 Channel Selection (Continued)



- Operation
Select an operation, depending on the Set Function setting.
Rotating [Rotary Selector] to each channel number between 1 and 16, selects a setting of memory
channels or scan lists.

When "Set Function is set to;
Operation
Null No setting is done.
Memory channel
First select a zone between Zone 1 and Zone 8, and
then select a channel included in the selected zone.
The number of the zones differs, depending on the
setting of the zone.
Memory CH > Zone 1 to 8
Scan List Select a scan list from 10 scan groups ([1] to [10]).



Example : Rotary Selector Setting
16 memory channels in 1 Zone






Examples :Rotary Selector Setting
Mixing the memory channels in 3 zones, and 2 scan lists.



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2-4-6 Channel Selection from External I/O Port (Only for the mobile radios)
Channel Selection from the External I/O Port.
Assign a memory channel to each external channel number.
When an external channel number is input from the OPC-1939/2078 ACC CABLE, the assigned
channel will be selected.
Move Channel Settings
Assign a memory channel to each external channel number.
1. Double click the Move CH cell, and select a zone from the drop down zone list.
- Memory channels included in the selected zone appear in the drop down channel list.
- When "Null" is selected, the operating channel will not move even if the signal is input from the
cable.



2. Select a memory channel from the list.




Port Settings
Assign "MCH Select: 1 to 4" to any pins, in the Port Setting sheet.


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2-4-7 Preprogrammed Dealer Assignable Keys

Key
Assign a function to each Dealer assignable key.
Dealer assignable keys:
IC-F3100D/F4100D series: [Upper]/[Lower]/[Ext.Emer]*
* When a microphone that has a monaural-plug, but no emergency key, is used, BE SURE to assign
"Disable" to [Ext.Emer].
Dealer assignable keys:
IC-F5120D/F6120D series: [Up]/[Down]/[P0]/[P1]/[P2]/[P3]


Priority A/Priority B
Push to select the Priority A or Priority B channel.
For the portable radios




For the mobile radios



Example of the assigned functions to the Dealer assignable keys.


Push [Upper] or [Lower]
Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
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Prio A (Rewrite)/Prio B (Rewrite)
- Push to select the Priority A or Priority B channel.
- Hold down for 1 second to assign the operating channel to the Priority A or Priority B channel,
respectively.
For the portable radios




For the mobile radios



Example of the assigned functions to each Dealer assignable keys.


MR-CH 1/2/3/4
Push to select memory channel 1, 2, 3 or 4, if programmed.
For the portable radios




For the mobile radios




Example of the assigned functions to the Dealer assignable keys.



Hold down [Upper] or
[Lower] for 1 second
Hold down [UP] or [Down] for 1 second
Push [Upper] or [Lower] for
MR-CH1 or MR-CH 2
Push [UP], [Down] or [P1] for MR-CH 1,
MR-CH 2, MR-CH 3 or MR-CH 4
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2-4-8 Priority A Channel Selection

Priority A channel selection
When one of the following operations is performed, the radio automatically selects the Priority A
channel.
Turning the power switch ON
The Priority A channel is selected each time the radio power is turned ON.
Auto reset
The Priority A channel is selected when the Auto Reset timer ends.

Move to Priority A Channel
- Power SW ON
When the radio is turned ON, select whether or not to automatically
select the Priority A channel
Disable: Turns OFF the function.
Enable: Selects the Priority A channel.

- Auto Reset
When the Auto Reset timer elapses, select whether or not to automatically select the Priority A
channel.
Disable: Turns OFF the function.
Enable: Selects the Priority A channel.


Off Hook
The Priority A channel is selected when taking the microphone from its hanger (OFF hook).

- Off Hook (Only for the mobile radios)
After taking the microphone from its hanger (OFF hook), select
whether or not to automatically select the Priority A channel.
Disable: Turns OFF the function.
Enable: Selects the Priority A channel.



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2-4-9 Automatic Scan

Power ON Scan
When turning ON the power, the radio automatically starts
scanning. Scanning stops when a signal is detected.
Select an option for the Power ON Scan function.
OFF: Turns OFF the function.
Resume: If the radio is turned OFF during a scan, resumes the scan when the radio is turned ON.
ON: Automatically starts a scan when the radio is turned ON.

NOTE : When the scan is cancelled by pushing [Scan Start/Stop], the scan automatically resumes
after the specified time period, depending on the Auto Reset setting in the Zone sheet.


NOTE : If the Move to Priority A channel at Power ON function is set to Enable, the radio does not
start or resume a scan at power ON.
Power Switch ON
When the radio is turned ON, select whether or not to
automatically select the Priority A channel.
Disable: Turns OFF the function.
Enable: Selects the Priority A channel.


Auto Scan
When the channel is selected, a scan automatically starts.
Turn the Auto Scan function ON or OFF.
OFF: Turns OFF the function.
ON: Automatically starts a scan when the channel is
selected.
NOTE: When the scan is cancelled by pushing [Scan Start/Stop], the scan automatically resumes after
the specified time period set in the Auto Reset setting.


Mode Dependent Scan
NOTE: The scan group used for the Auto Scan function depends
on the Mode Dependent Scan setting in the Scan Setting sheet.
Mode Dependent Scan = ON: A scan group programmed in Assign
Mode Dependent Scan = OFF: Scan group [10]


On Hook (Scan) (Only for the mobile radios)
- Automatically scan starts when put the microphone ON hook.
Select whether or not to start a scan, after putting the microphone on
its hanger (ON hook).
OFF: Turns OFF the function.
ON: Starts a scan.



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- Auto Reset
When a signal is received, or a key operation is made, it
puts the radio into the "Audible" mode. When the received
signal disappears, or after the key operation is made, the
Auto Reset timer starts. After the timer period ends, the
radio returns to the "Inaudible" mode.
The Auto Reset function also resumes a scan started with the Power ON Scan or Auto Scan function,
when it is cancelled by pushing [Scan Start/Stop].

Select a timer to be used for the Auto Reset function.
The selectable options differ, depending on the model.
Tim-A: Timer A
When the Auto Reset timer period (Timer A or Timer B) ends, the radio
returns to the "Inaudible" mode, or resumes a scan.
Tim-B: Timer B
Tim-AI: Timer A + Inactive
(Only for the PMR model)
When the Auto Reset timer period (Timer A or Timer B) ends, the radio
returns to the "Inaudible" mode, or resumes a scan.
However, if the radio is put into the "Audible" mode by receiving a signal,
it returns to the "Inaudible" mode when either the Auto Reset timer
period (Timer A or Timer B) or Inactive timer, ends, whichever is shorter.
Tim-BI: Timer B + Inactive



- Timer A/B (Sec)
Set the Auto Reset timers A and B to between 0 (OFF) and
255 seconds (in 1 second steps)
NOTE: To turn the Auto Reset function OFF, set either Timer A
or Timer B to "0" (OFF), and select the timer in the Zone sheet


- Inactive Timer (Sec) (Only for the PMR model)

When a signal is received, it switches the radio to the
"Audible" mode, and the Inactive timer starts. After the Auto
Reset timer (Timer A or Timer B) or the Inactive timer,
whichever is shorter, ends, the radio returns to the
"Inaudible" mode.
Set the Inactive timer to between 0 and 255 seconds (in 1 second steps)




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2-5 Beep and Ringer


2-5-1 Beep and Ringer Settings for Voice Call

Ringers
You may configure the beep or ringer sound for the TX Ready to Transmit, the Over Ringer, and the
Ringer on Receive.



















- TX Ready To Transmit (R.T.T.) Beep
Turn the TX Ready To Transmit (R.T.T.) Beep function ON or OFF.



OFF: Turns OFF the function.
ON: A Ready To Transmit Beep sounds to avoid clipping the first syllables of a transmission.



- Over Ringer
Turn the Over Ringer function ON or OFF.



OFF: Turns OFF the function.
ON: A beep sounds at the end of a communication.


Sound the TX R.T.T Beep
Hold Down [PTT]
Radio A
Speak into the microphone
Release [PTT]
Sound the Ringer on Receive
Receive a call
Radio B
Heard the Voice from Radio A
Sound the Over Ringer
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- Ringer on Receive
Select the ringer type that sounds when the digital squelch opens.







Null: The state of the ringer does not change.
OFF: Turns the ringer OFF.
Pi: One high ring sounds once.
PiPi: Two high rings sound once.
PiRo: One high and one low ring sounds three times.
Pi/R: One high ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiPi/R: Two high rings repeatedly sound during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiRo/R: One high and one low ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer period.
NOTE: Set the ringer repeat timer in the Digital Option sheet:



- Ringer Repeat (Sec)
Set the repeat time of the repeating rings (Pi/R, PiPi/R and PiRo/R) to between 0 and 60 seconds
(in 1 second steps).



NOTE: Select repeating rings in the Ringer setting in the Digital Status List, SDM Setting or Call
Alert sheet, or in the Ringer on Receive setting in the Digital Option sheet.



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2-5-2 Beep and Ringer Level Settings

Beep and Ringer Settings
Configure the Beep and Ringer functions.

- Enable/Inhibit
Select whether or not to enable the user to change the
setting of each item.

When "Inhibit" is selected, the selected item does not
appear in the User Set mode, and therefore the user
cannot change the setting.


- Beep
Turn the key-touch beeps ON or OFF.

NOTE: Even when "OFF" is selected, some beeps, such as the lockout timer and TOT cannot be
turned OFF.


- Beep Level
Set the key-touch beep level to between 1 and 5, or
between 1 (Linked) and 5 (Linked).





When a Linked option is selected, the beep level is adjustable with [VOL].
NOTE: The maximum beep level is determined by the beep level setting.





- Ringer Level
Set the ringer level to between 1 and 5, or between 1
(Linked) and 5 (Linked).





When a Linked option is selected, the ringer level is adjustable with [VOL].
NOTE: The maximum ringer level is determined by the ringer level setting.



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2-5-3 Setting the Beep Level (Only for the Portable Radios)

The beep function can be turned ON or OFF, and its level can be set to between to 1 and 5, or 1 (linked)
and 5 (linked). When a Linked option is selected, the beep level is adjustable with [VOL].
C Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to turn OFF the radio.





C Set [ROTARY SELECTOR] to any channel other than channel 16.





C While holding down [Lower], rotating [VOL] clockwise to
turn ON the radio power and enter the beep level
adjustment mode.



C Push [Upper] to change the beep level.
The adjustable range is 1 to 5 or 1 (Linked) to 5 (Linked).
If the level is set on 1 to 4 or 1 (Linked) to 4 (Linked), pushing [Upper]
increases the level.
If the level is 5 or 5 (Linked), 1 (Linked) or 1 is selected after pushing
[Upper], respectively.
A beep sounds after pushing [Upper]. Therefore, you can determine the
current level setting by the type of beep that sounds.
C Push [Lower] to turn the beep function ON or OFF.
One beep sounds when the beep function is turned ON after
pushing [Lower].
Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to turn the power
OFF, then rotate [VOL] clockwise to ON again to exit
the beep level adjustment.





NOTE: If Beep and Beep Level are not set to Enable, this operation is not available.

- Enable/Inhibit
Select whether or not to enable the user to change the
setting of each item.

When "Inhibit" is selected, the selected item is not
available in the User Set mode, and therefore the user
cannot change the setting.


Rotate [VOL]
counterclockwise
Select the channel with
the [Rotary Selector]
Rotate [VOL]
clockwise
Hold Down [Lower]
Push [Upper]
Push [Lower]
Rotate [VOL]
clockwise
Rotate [VOL]
counterclockwise
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2-5-4 Setting the Ringer Level (Only for the Portable Radios)

The Ringer level can be set to between 1 and 5, or 1 (Linked) and 5 (Linked). When a Linked option is
selected, the Ringer level is adjustable with [VOL].
C Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to turn the radio power OFF.





C Set [ROTARY SELECTOR] to channel 16.






C While holding down [Lower], rotating [VOL]
clockwise to turn ON the radio power and enter the
ringer level adjustment mode.



C Push [Upper] to increase, or push [Lower] to
decrease the Ringer level.




The adjustable range is 1 to 5 or 1 (Linked) to 5 (Linked).
If the level is set on 5 or 5 (Linked), pushing [Upper] selects 1 (Linked) or 1, respectively. If the level
is 1 or 1 (Linked), pushing [Lower] selects 5 (Linked) or 5, respectively.
A beep sounds after pushing [Upper] or [Lower]. Therefore, you can determine the current level
setting by the type of beep that sounds.
C Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to turn the power
OFF, then rotate [VOL] clockwise to ON again to
exit the ringer level adjustment.





NOTE: If Ringer Level is not set to Enable, this operation is not available.

- Enable/Inhibit
Select whether or not to enable the user to change the
setting of each item.
When "Inhibit" is selected, the selected item is not
available in the User Set mode, and therefore the user
cannot change the setting.

Rotate [VOL]
counterclockwise
Set [Rotary Selector]
to channel 16
Rotate [VOL] clockwise
Hold Down [Lower]
Push [Upper] or [Lower]
Rotate [VOL]
clockwise
Rotate [VOL]
counterclockwise
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2-5-5 User Set Mode (For only the Mobile Radios)

The User Set mode can be accessed with the Power ON function. In this case, all set mode items are
selectable.
The User Set mode allows you to set seldom-changed settings, and you can customize the radio
operation to suit your preferences and operating style.
NOTE: While in the User Set mode, [Up], [Down] and [P0] activate regardless of the assigned key
functions.
Entering the User Set mode:
C Hold down [ ] for 1 second to turn OFF the power.


C While holding down [P1] and [P2], push [ ] to turn
ON the power.
Hold down [P1] and [P2] continuously until SET
MODE appears on the display.
SET MODE appears on the display
momentarily, and then appears the
channel name.
C Hold down [P0] for 1 second to enter
the User Set mode.
LIGT ON appears on the display.

NOTE: If Beep, Beep Level and Ringer Level are not set to Enable, the following operations are not
available.

- Enable/Inhibit
Select whether or not to enable the user to change the
setting of each item.

When "Inhibit" is selected, the selected item does not
appear in the User Set mode, and therefore the user
cannot change the setting.

C Push [P0] to select BEEP ON.
BEEP ON appears on the display.


C Push [Up] or [Down] to turn the key-touch beep ON
or OFF.





NOTE: Even when "OFF" is selected, some beeps, such as the lockout timer and TOT cannot be
turned OFF.
Push [P0] to select BEEP LEVEL.
BEEPV 3 appears on the display.


Hold down [ ]
for 1 second
Holding down [P1] and [P2] Push [ ]
Hold down [P0] for 1 second
Push [P0]
Push [Up] or [Down]
Push [P0]
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Push [Up] or [Down] to set the key-touch beep
level to between 1 and 5, or between 1*
(Linked) and 5* (Linked).
If the level is set on 5 or 5* (Linked), pushing
[Upper] selects 1* (Linked) or 1, respectively.
If the level is 1 or 1* (Linked), pushing [Lower]
selects 5* (Linked) or 5, respectively.














When a Linked option is selected, the beep level is adjustable with [VOL].
NOTE: The maximum beep level is determined by the beep level setting.
Push [P0] to select Ringer LEVEL.
RINGV 3 appears on the display.


Push [Up] or [Down] to set the ringer level to
between 1 and 5, or between 1* (Linked) and
5* (Linked).
If the level is set on 5 or 5* (Linked), pushing
[Upper] selects 1* (Linked) or 1, respectively.
If the level is 1 or 1* (Linked), pushing [Lower]
selects 5* (Linked) or 5, respectively.













When a Linked option is selected, the ringer level is adjustable with [VOL].
NOTE: The maximum ringer level is determined by the ringer level setting.
1 Hold down [ ] for 1 second to turn OFF
the power, then ON again to return to
the normal operating mode.
Push [Up] or [Down] to
select the Beep Level.


5* (Linked)
4*
3*
2*
1*

5
4
3
2
1
Push [P0]
Push [Up] or [Down] to
select the Linger Level.


5* (Linked)
4*
3*
2*
1*

5
4
3
2
1
Hold down [ ] for 1 second

Push [ ]

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2-6-1 Optional ACC Cable Installation (For only the Mobile Radios)

Install optional OPC-1939 or OPC-2078 as follows:
C Turn OFF the power, and then disconnect the DC power cable.
C Unscrew 4 screws, then remove the bottom cover.
C Install the cable as illustrated below.














C Cut or short the patterns, as illustrated below. (For AF output)











C Short the pattern as illustrated below. (For modulation input)












Replace the bottom cover, screws and DC power cable.

NOTE: Be sure to restore the patterns when you remove the optional product. Otherwise no TX
modulation or AF output is possible.

OPC-1939, D-Sub15 pin ACC Cable


OPC-2078, D-Sub 25 pin ACC Cable


OPC-1939/OPC-2078

Cut off the bushing as illustrated

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2-6-2 Port Settings (Only for the Mobile Radios)

- Purpose Settings
The optional OPC-1939/2078 ACC CABLE have 15 and 25-pin connectors, respectively.
When an OPC-1939 ACC CABLE is used, High output level of all the pins is 3 V.
When an OPC-2078 ACC CABLE is used, High output level of pins 2 and 3 is 5 V, and that of the
other pins is 3 V.
Assign one of the following functions to each pin.
Each pin (except Ext. I/O 11 of D-Sub 15 pin and Ext. I/O 10 of D-Sub 25 pin) has an original function.


When Serial is selected as the purpose for Ext. I/O 4 (2), then Ext. I/O 10 (3) is also automatically
selected as Serial.
An OPC-1939 ACC CABLE is utilizing 3.3 volt logic for the Serial operation.
An OPC-2078 ACC CABLE supports 5 volt logic for the Serial operation.
When an original function is selected, the pin is used for each original function exclusively, and you
cannot assign another function to it.
Select "Ext. I/O" to switch the pin to be used for external input/output operation.




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<The original functions for OPC-1939, D-Sub15 pin Accessory Cable>
Ext. I/O
You can assign one of several functions to use the pin for external input/output operation.
Serial (For Ext. I/O 4, 10)
These pins are used as serial input and output lines, respectively.
Select "Serial" to use the RS-232C.
IGSW (For Ext. I/O 6)
The pin is used as an IGSW input terminal.
To use the Ignition Switch function, select "IGSW."
EPTT (For Ext. I/O 14)
The pin is used as an external PTT input line.
When the pin is activated, the External PTT (EPTT) function is turned ON.
AFO (For Ext. I/O 7)
The pin is used as an audio frequency output terminal.
NOTE: Ext. I/O 11 is fixed to "Ext. I/O.


<The original functions for OPC-2078, D-Sub 25 pin Accessory Cable>
Ext. I/O
You can assign one of several functions to use the pin for external input/output operation.
Serial (For Ext. I/O 2, 3)
These pins are used as serial input and output lines, respectively.
Select "Serial" to use the RS-232C.
IGSW (For Ext. I/O 15)
The pin is used as an IGSW input terminal.
To use the Ignition Switch function, select "IGSW."
EPTT (For Ext. I/O 19)
The pin is used as an external PTT input line.
When the pin is activated, the External PTT (EPTT) function is turned ON.
AFO (For Ext. I/O 22)
The pin is used as an audio frequency output terminal.
NOTE: Ext. I/O 10 is fixed to "Ext. I/O.

















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The following settings will be configurable, only when Purpose is set to "Ext. I/O.
- In/Out Settings
Select the type of the assignable function from Input and Output.

NOTE for D-Sub 15 pin:
- Ext. I/O 11 is fixed to "Output."
- Ext. I/O 6 is fixed to "Input."
NOTE for D-Sub 25 pin:
- Ext. I/O 10 is fixed to "Output."
- Ext. I/O 15 is fixed to "Input."





- Active Logic Settings (Activated only when: Function = Any option except Null)
Select the active logic for the OPC-1939/2078 ACC CABLE output from High and Low.

NOTE for D-Sub 15 pin:
- Ext. I/O 11 is fixed to "Low"
- Ext. I/O 6 is fixed to "High"
NOTE for D-Sub 25 pin:
- Ext. I/O 10 is fixed to "Low"
- Ext. I/O 15 is fixed to "High"




- Function - When In/Out is set to "Input
Double click the Function cell, and select a desired function from the drop down function list.



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The Assignable Function List for the Input
Null
No function.
MCH Select : 1/2/3/4
This function enables memory channels to be selected by an external input.
You need to program the pins on the D-Sub 15/25 connector to select a combination of
channel addition, from the base channel number of "0".
You can assign combinations for up to 16 channels that can be selected externally, through
the D-Sub 15/25 connector, using the MCH Select function.
The desired memory channel can be assigned to the external channel numbers in the CH
Switch Table sheet.
Function Number in CH Switch Table
MCH Select: 1 + 1 CH
MCH Select: 2 + 2 CH
MCH Select: 3 + 4 CH
MCH Select: 4 + 8 CH
Mic Mute
When the pin is activated, the microphone will be muted.
Dimmer
When the pin is activated, the backlight will be dimly turned ON.
Ext. Key
You can use the pin as a customized key. You can assign a function to the pin from the Key
Assign list.
NOTE: Refer to the appendix A for the detail of assignable function list.

Function - When In/Out is set to Output
Double click the Function cell, and select a desired function from the drop down function list.























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The Assignable Function List for the Output
Null
No function.
Busy
Busy is activated when receiving a signal that is stronger than the squelch level.
Analog Audible
Analog Audible is activated when the radio is put into the "Audible" mode by receiving an analog
signal.
Digital Audible
Digital Audible is activated when the radio is put into the "Audible" mode by receiving a digital
signal.
Mixed Audible
Mixed Audible is activated when the radio is put into the "Audible" mode by receiving an analog or
digital signal.
Mic Mute
Mic Mute is activated when the microphone's mute is released.
Hanger
Hanger is activated when putting the microphone on its hanger (ON hook).
PTT
PTT is activated when pushing [PTT] or the External PTT (EPTT) function is turned ON.
TX
TX is activated when the radio is transmitting.
Horn
When RX EXO is set to "ON":
When a call is received, is activated for the RX EXO Delay Timer period.
When RX EXO is set to "OFF":
When a signal with the Dec EXO function is received, is activated for the Dec EXO/Horn timer period.
NOTE:
- Configure the related settings in the External I/O Option sheet:
External I/O > Option > Ext. OUT (EXO)/Horn > RX EXO, RX EXO Delay Timer (Sec), Dec
EXO/Horn Timer (Sec)
- Configure the Dec EXO settings for each signal in the MDC Emg, Digital Status List, Digital Call
Alert, 2-Tone Code CH, and 5-Tone RX Code CH sheets.
- P0/ P1/ P2/ P3 Monitor
Outputs the customized key (P0 to P3) state, when each key is pushed.
AUX 1/2/3/4
When a signal with the AUX 1/2/3/4-ON function is received, is activated while the signal is
received.
When a signal with the AUX 1/2/3/4-Momentary function is received, is activated for the AUX
Delay timer period.
NOTE:
- Set the AUX Delay timer in the External I/O Option sheet:
External I/O > Option > Ext. OUT (EXO)/Horn > AUX Delay Timer (Sec)
- Configure the AUX settings for each signal in the MDC Emg, Digital Status List, Digital Call Alert,
2-Tone Code CH, and 5-Tone RX Code CH sheets.
Ext. CH Mode
Ext. CH Mode is activated when the MCH Select function is turned ON for external input operation.


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2-7 GPS


2-7-1 GPS Receiver Connections

When a GPS receiver is connected to the radio, the position data (longitude and latitude) can be
automatically transmitted.
Connecting to the IC-F3100D/F4100D Series radios
Connect a GPS speaker microphone to an
IC-F3100D/F4100D series portable Radio.






Connecting to the IC-F5120D/F6120D Series radios
Connect a GPS receiver to an IC-F5120D /F6120D Series mobile Radio through OPC-1939 optional
D-Sub 15 pin type ACC Cable.

Step 1: Install an OPC-1939 D-Sub 15 pin type ACC
Cable to the IC-F5120D series radio.






Step 2: Connect a GPS Receiver to the 15 pin connector






NOTE: An OPC-1939 ACC CABLE is utilizing 3.3 volt logic for the Serial operation.

Connect a GPS receiver to an IC-F5120D Series mobile Radio through OPC-2078 optional D-Sub 25
pin type ACC Cable.

Step 1: Install an OPC-2078 D-Sub 25 pin type ACC
Cable to the IC-F6120D series radio





Step 2: Connect a GPS Receiver to the 25 pin connector






NOTE: An OPC-2078 ACC CABLE supports 5 volt logic for Serial operation.


To the Mic connector

IC-F3100D series
portable Radio

IC-F5120D series
Mobile Radio

OPC-1939
D-Sub 15 pin type ACC Cable

IC-F5120D series
Mobile Radio

To the 15 pin connector
GPS Receiver
IC-F5120D series
Mobile Radio
OPC-2078
D-Sub 25 pin type ACC Cable

IC-F5120D series
Mobile Radio

To the 25 pin connector
GPS Receiver
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2-7-2 Connection Speed and Mode Settings


RS-232C Settings
<For the portable radios>
- Connection Speed
When a GPS microphone or GPS receiver is connected.
Set the connection Speed at 9600 bps when a
HM-171GP GPS speaker microphone is
connected.
Select the data transfer speed from 1200, 2400,
4800, 9600 or 19200 bps to match the
specification of the device you want to connect.
- Mode
To use the RS-232C connection standard, set Mode to "GPS.
You can use only the GPS data format. If you select one of the options other than GPS, the Mode
function will be turned OFF.
OFF: Turns OFF the function.
Printer: Turns OFF the function.
GPS: Connects a GPS receiver.
PC CMD: Turns OFF the function.
PC CMD V2: Turns OFF the function.

<For the mobile radios>
- Connection Speed
Select the data transfer speed from 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200 bps to match the
specification of the device you want to connect.
- Mode
Select an appropriate data format, depending on the equipment connected to the OPC-1939/2078
ACC CABLE.
OFF Does not use the connector.
Printer Connects a printer, which prints received short data messages.
GPS Connects a GPS receiver.
PC CMD PC control command can be used.
PC CMD V2 PC control command (version 2) can be used.


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2-7-3 Port Settings (For only the mobile radios)

D-Sub 15 pin (25 pin) Settings
- Purpose
<For D-Sub 15 pin>
Select Serial at the Ext. I/O 4 and the
Ext. I/O 10 in Purpose to use the RS-232C.
<For D-Sub 25 pin>
Select Serial at the Ext. I/O 2 and the
Ext. I/O 3 in Purpose to use the RS-232C.
NOTE: Preventing a
malfunction caused by
currently unused wires
physically in the cable that
are unnecessary in the
current configuration.
Set Ext. I/O 7 (22) to the Ext.
I/O in Purpose, the Input in the In/Out, and the Null in the function.

2-7-4 GPS Settings

GPS Digital Setting
- GPS Send ID Settings
The position data is transmitted to the station
specified in GPS Send ID.
Set the Send to Fixed ID item to Enable.
Set the GPS Send ID to select an ID from the
Individual ID List.
- GPS Send ID for IDAS-Trunk (Only for the IDAS-
Trunk operation in the LMR model)
The position data is transmitted to the station
specified in GPS Send ID for IDAS-Trunk.
Set the Send to Fixed ID item to Enable.
Double click the cell to display the IDAS-Trunk Individual ID List, and then select an ID.
- GPS Digital Settings
The position data is transmitted:
At the end of a Voice calls. Set the Send with Voice Call item to Enable.
After sending a status message. Set the Send with Status Call item to Enable.
After sending an SDM. Set the Send with SDM Call item to Enable.
(Only for the mobile radios)
After making a Call Alert. Set the Send with Call Alert item to Enable.
(Only for the mobile radios)
After making an Emergency call. Set the Send with Emergency item to Enable.
- GPS Digital Settings Sentence format
Select either "$GPRMC, "$GPGGA" or "$GPGLL" position data sentence format to transmit.

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2-7-5 Auto-Timed GPS Send Settings

The position data is transmitted at the preset interval.


Activate the Auto-Timed GPS Send function.
- Set the AUTO item to Enable.
Split the transmission timing for each radio to avoid interference.
- Set the Time Marker [mm:ss] to between 0:00 and 59:59 (in 1 second step).
Determine the transmission interval
- Set the Interval Timer [mm:ss] to between 0:00 and 59:59 (in 1 second step).


Auto-Timed GPS Send Settings
When the Automatic Position Transmission function is activated, the radio automatically transmits
position data according to the Time Marker and Interval Timer settings.
- Auto
This function automatically transmits position data at the interval programmed in Interval Timer
[mm:ss].
Turn the automatic position data transmission function ON or OFF.
NOTE: About 1 minute after the radio is turned ON, the Time Marker sets the starting point of the
Interval Timer period by reading the UTC time of the GPS receiver. Therefore, the receiver must
receive proper data before the UTC time is read into the radio. Otherwise, the radio does not
automatically transmit position data, unless it transmits the data by other functions.
- Time Marker [mm:ss]
Set the Time Marker to between 0:00 and 59:59 (in 1 second steps).
The Time Marker specifies the starting point of the Interval Timer period after the start of each hour,
0 minute 0 second (UTC).
NOTE: Set a different Time Marker for each radio, to avoid interference caused by the
simultaneous transmission of position data.
- Interval Timer [mm:ss]
Set the Interval Timer to between 0:00 and 59:59 (in 1 second steps).
When the automatic position data transmission function is activated, the radio automatically
transmits position data at the programmed interval.
For example : When Time Marker is set to 5 minutes, and Interval Timer is set to 10 minutes:
The first position data is initially transmitted 1 minute after the radio is turned ON, regardless of
the setting. The second position data is then transmitted 15 minutes after the hour (Time Marker
period plus Interval Timer period). After that, the position data is transmitted at 10 minute
intervals.







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2-7-6 GPS Position Polling Settings

When the selected status message is received as an individual call, the radio sends back its own
position data to the calling station.

Status List Settings
- RX Status
Assign RX Status number to accept the GPS
Request Status Message.
The portable radio receives only the Emergency status
message, Man Down status message, and the status
message selected in the GPS Request Status item of the Status Setting screen.

- TX Status
Assign the same Status number to TX Status to
transmit the GPS Request Status Message.




Status Setting
- Allow Poll
Select Enable to transmit the current status when a
Status Polling call is received.
Inhibit: Inhibits transmitting the current status,
even if a Status Polling call is received.
Enable: Enables transmitting the current status.

- GPS Request Status
When the selected status message is received as an individual call, the radio sends back its own
position data to the calling station.
Select the GPS Request Status number which has been assigned in the Status List settings.
Select "Disable" to not use the function.


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3 Voice Communication


3-1 Digital Mode Operation






















3-1-1 Selecting the Operation Channels

Radio (A) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.










Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)












Radio (B)
(Digital)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (C)
(Digital)
Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-01
Digital Mode

Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


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Radio (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (C) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.











- Call Type
The default call type is automatically selected when the radio is turned ON, and the Call Type Reset
function is activated.

< IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf >
< IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf >




< IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf >




Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

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Memory Channel Settings
The key items of the Memory Channel settings in the icf file that is supplied with this Quick Guide.

< IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf >














< IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf >



< IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf >



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3-1-2 Individual Call

NOTE: If you want to make an Individual call from a portable radio, you should configure the Call Type
as Individual.

- Call Type
Set the default call type to Individual.




+ Radio (C) makes an individual voice call to Radio (B)
NOTE: When you turn ON the radio power, the configured Call Type is automatically selected.
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (C):
LED indicator lights red.
Wait until the Ready to Transmit (R.T.T.)
beep sounds to avoid clipping the first
syllables of a transmission. When you hear
the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the
microphone at your normal voice level.


+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
When Radio (A) received a voice call from Radio (C):
LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (C).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
Busy Icon appears.
The calling station name (or code) is
displayed while receiving the signal.
(Depending on the presetting.)
Audio is heard from Radio (C).



- Unit ID Display on Receive (Only for the mobile
radios)
Select whether or not to display the calling
station's ID or the name (if programmed) while
receiving a call.

The LED lights red
Radio (C) - Digital

Sounds the R.T.T. beep
Hold Down [PTT]

The LED lights green
Radio (A) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Calling Stations Name

Busy Icon
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+ Radio (C) ends the individual voice call to Radio (B)
C Release [PTT] on Radio (C) to receive.




+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Radio (C)
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
Radio (B) sounds the Over Ringer to indicate the end of a communication.
The busy icon disappears.












C While the Calling Stations Name is displayed, hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).







Release [PTT]
Radio (C) - Digital

The Over Ringer sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Calling Stations Name

The R.T.T Beep sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Hold Down [PTT]
Transmit Icon

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Radio (C) - Digital

The LED lights green
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+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (B).


NOTE: Radio (B) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (B) ends the individual voice call to Radio (A)
C Release [PTT] on the Microphone to receive.

- CH Type
Select an operating mode for the channel
between Analog, Mixed-Ana, Mixed-Digi and
Digital.






- Talk Back Timer (Sec)
Set the Talk Back timer to between 0 (OFF)
and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).

For channels whose CH Type is set to Mixed-Ana, Mixed-Digi or Digital
After receiving a digital signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to select the same call
type as the received call (Individual or Talkgroup), when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk
Back timer period.

+ Radio (B) makes a call after the Talkback timer period has passed.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
Radio (B) sounds the Over Ringer at the end of a communication.
The busy icon disappears.
After the talkback timer period has passed, the display on the LCD changes from the calling
stations name to the channel name.
NOTE: The call type is set to the Talkgroup on Radio (B).












Radio (A) - Digital

LED lights green
The Over Ringer sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Channel Name

Calling Stations Name

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C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from the channel name to the talkgroup name momentarily, then
changes to the channel name.
When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (B).

+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).

+ Radio (B) ends the Talkgroup voice call to Group (1)
C Release [PTT] on the Microphone to receive.
The Transmit Icon disappears.






+ Radio (B) makes an individual call to Radio (A)
C Push the [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.








The R.T.T Beep sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Hold Down [PTT]
Transmit Icon

The Ringer on Receive sounds


Radio (C) - Digital

The LED lights green
The Ringer on Receive sounds


Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
Channel Name

Release [PTT]
Radio (B) - Digital

Transmit Icon

Channel Name

Talkgroup Name
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
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C Hold down the [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to return to the standby mode from the application
selection mode.
The channel name appears.







C Hold down the [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and
Talkgroup, then automatically enter the application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.







C Push the [P0] Digital Button to enter the Individual ID selection mode.
The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Individual ID List.







Individual ID List





Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from
the calling Stations name to the
channel name.
When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound,
speak into the microphone at your
normal voice level.

Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Hold Down [P0] for 1 second
Push [P0]
Channel Name

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
ID Name

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Hold Down
[PTT]
The R.T.T
Beep sounds

Channel Name

Transmit Icon

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3-1 Digital Mode Operation (Continued)


3-1-3 Talkgroup Call

NOTE: If you want to make a Talkgroup call from a portable radio, you should configure the Call Type
as Talkgroup.

- Call Type
Set the default call type to Talkgroup.
NOTE: The Call type has been set as
Individual in the
PMR_F6120D_1004_Demo.icf file.


+ Radio (A) makes a talkgroup voice call to Group 1
NOTE: When you turn ON the radio power, the configured Call Type is automatically selected.
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (A):
The LED indicator lights red.
Wait until the Ready to Transmit (R.T.T.)
beep sounds to avoid clipping the first
syllables of a transmission. When you hear
the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the
microphone at your normal voice level.

+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (A).


+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from
Radio (A)
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station and Talkgroup ID name (or code) are alternately displayed while receiving the
signal. (Depending on the presetting.)
Audio is heard from Radio (A).








Radio (C) - Digital

Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights red
The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down
[PTT]

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


The LED lights green
Radio (B) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Calling Group Name

Busy Icon

Calling Stations Name

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- Talkgroup Display on Receive (Only for the mobile
radios)
Select whether or not to display the Talkgroup ID
or the name (if programmed) while receiving a
call.


+ Radio (A) ends the talkgroup voice call
C Release [PTT] on Radio (A) to receive.


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+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Group 1
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (A) is released:
Radio (B) sounds the Over Ringer at the end of a communication.
The busy icon disappears.
The display on the LCD changes from the talkgroup name or the calling Stations name to the
channel name.











C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from the channel name to the talkgroup name momentarily, then
changes to the channel name.
When hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (A) and (C) receive a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) and Radio (C) receive a
talkgroup call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).



+ Radio (B) ends the voice call to Group 1
C Release [PTT] on the Microphone to receive.

Radio (B) - Digital

Transmit Icon

Transmit Icon

The Over Ringer sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Release [PTT]
Channel Name

Hold Down [PTT]
The R.T.T Beep sounds

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


The LED lights green
Radio (A) & (C) - Digital

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3-1-4 All Call

NOTE: If you want to make an All call from a portable radio, you should configure the following
settings.
Call Type: Talkgroup.
TX All Call: Enable
RX All Call: Enable
Talkgroup ID List: 65535 should be listed
Memory Channel: Registers the All Call ID

- Call Type
Set the default call type to Individual or
Talkgroup.
NOTE: The Call type has been set as
Individual in the
IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.


- TX All Call
Enables transmitting All calls. Setting
the Talkgroup ID to "65535" enables the
user to make a call to all the stations
and groups.

- RX All Call
Setting the Talkgroup ID to "65535" enables receiving All calls.


- ID in the Talkgroup List
Enter a Talkgroup 65535 (decimal number).
"65535" is used for All calls.





- All Call ID registers in the memory
channel
Select the All Call ID from the
Talkgroup ID List






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+ Radio (A) makes an All call.
C Select the operating channel which is set to All
Call in the Digital mode by using the Rotary
Selector. (Select Channel 16 on Radio (A) if using
the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.


C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (A):
The LED indicator lights red.
Wait for the Ready to Transmit (R.T.T.) beep
sounds to avoid clipping the first syllables of a
transmission. When you hear the R.T.T. beep
sound, speak into the microphone at your
normal voice level.

+ Radio (B) receives an All call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (B) receives an All call from Radio
(A):
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station name and ALL CALL are
alternately displayed while receiving the signal.
(Depending on the presetting.)
Audio is heard from Radio (A).







+ Radio (A) ends the All Call
C Release Radio (A)s [PTT] to receive.

+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (A) is released:
Radio (B) sounds the Over Ringer at the end of
a communication.
The busy icon disappears.
Display on the LCD changes from the
talkgroup name or the calling Stations name
to the channel name.






Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-16
Digital Mode

Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights red
The R.T.T. beep
sounds
Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Calling Group Name

Busy Icon

Calling Stations Name

Radio (B) - Digital

The Over
Ringer sounds

Channel Name

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C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from the channel name to ALL CALL momentarily, then
change to the channel name.
When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).


+ Radio (B) ends the voice call.
C Release [PTT] button on the Microphone to receive.


+ Radio (B) makes an All call.
C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital
application selection mode.

The Call Type appears on the display
momentarily, then VOICE appears.





C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the Talkgroup ID
selection mode.
- The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the
display.







Transmit Icon

Radio (B) - Digital

Hold Down [PTT]
The R.T.T Beep sounds

Radio (A) - Digital

The Ringer on Receive sounds


The LED lights green
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
ID Name

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C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Talkgroup ID List.












Talkgroup ID List
The radio has up to 500 memories to store Talkgroup
IDs.
Enter a Talkgroup ID between 1 and 65519, or 65535.
65535 is used for All calls.



C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from ALL CALL to the Channel name.
When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (A) and (C) receive a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) and Radio (C) receive a voice call
from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).



+ Radio (B) ends the All call
C Release [PTT] on the Microphone to receive.



Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Hold Down [PTT]
The R.T.T Beep sounds

Radio (B) - Digital

Transmit Icon
Channel Name

The Ringer on Receive sounds


The LED lights green
Radio (A) & (C) - Digital

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3-2-1 Selecting the Operating Channels

Radio (A) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Mixed Digital mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH
Down] keys. (Select Channel 2 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)









Radio (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Analog mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 4 on Radio (C) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
C The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B)
(Mixed Digital)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (C)
(Analog)
Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-02
Mixed Digital Mode

Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (C): CH-04
Analog Mode

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3-2-2 Making a Call from a Digital Radio

+ Radio (A) makes a voice call
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (A):
LED indicator lights red.
Wait until the Ready to Transmit (R.T.T.) beep sounds to avoid clipping the first syllables of a
transmission. When you hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.








+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (A):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station and Talkgroup ID name (or code) are alternately displayed while receiving the
signal. (Depending on the presetting.)
Audio is heard from Radio (A).













+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A):
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio noise is heard from Radio (A).




NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.


The LED lights green
Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights red
Radio (A) - Digital

The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down [PTT]

Calling Group Name

Busy Icon

Calling Stations Name

Radio (B) Mixed Digital

The Ringer on Receive sounds


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3-2-3 Making a Call from a Radio in the Mixed Digital Mode

+ Radio (B) makes a voice call
C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
When hear the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.












+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
Sound the Ringer on Receive
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).




+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
The LED indicator lights green
Audio noise is heard from Radio (B).





NOTE: Radio (B) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.


Radio (C) - Analog
Radio (A) - Digital

Radio (B) Mixed Digital

The LED lights green
The LED lights green
The Ringer on Receive sounds


The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

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3-2-4 Making a Call from an Analog Radio

+ Radio (C) makes a voice call
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (C).
The LED indicator lights red.
Speak into the microphone at your normal voice
level.



+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The Busy Icon appears.
The analog talk back text ANALOG is displayed.
Audio is heard from Radio (C).






+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (C).




NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (C) ends the voice call
C Release [PTT] on the Radio (C) to receive.

Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights red
Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) Mixed Digital

Busy Icon
Analog Talkback Text

The LED lights green
Radio (A) - Digital

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+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Radio (C)
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
The Busy Icon on Radio (B) disappears.








C While ANALOG is displayed, hold down [PTT] on
the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The Talk Back Beep sounds.
Speak into the microphone at your normal voice
level.




+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).





+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (B).








NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this configuration.








Radio (B) Mixed Digital

Busy Icon
Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) Mixed Digital

The Talk Back
Beep sounds


Transmit Icon
Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights green
Release [PTT]
The LED lights green
Radio (A) - Digital

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+ Radio (B) makes a call after the talkback timer period passed.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.








C After the talkback timer period passed the display on the LCD changes from ANALOG to the channel
name.






C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The R.T.T. Beep sounds.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.






+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).



+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio noise is heard from Radio (A).


NOTE: Radio (B) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.


Radio (B) Mixed Digital

Channel Name
Radio (B) Mixed Digital

The R.T.T.
beep sounds
Hold Down [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
The LED lights green
The Ringer on
Receive sounds


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- Talk Back Timer (Sec)
Set the Talk Back timer to between 0
(OFF) and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second
steps).
For channels whose CH Type is set to
"Mixed-Digi"
After receiving an analog signal, the
Talk Back function allows the radio to
transmit an analog signal, when
[PTT] is pushed before or during the
Talk Back timer period.
For channels whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Digi" or "Digital"
After receiving a digital signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to select the same call
type as the received call (Individual or Talkgroup), when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk
Back timer period.

- Talk Back Beep (Activated only when: Talk Back Timer = except "0 (OFF)")
A beep sounds when [PTT] is pushed while the Talk Back function is activated


- Talk Back ID Display
When an analog signal is received on a channel whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Digi, this
function displays the Analog Talk Back text during the Talk Back Timer period.


- Analog Talk Back Text
Enter text of up to eight characters.
If Talk Back ID Display is set to "ON," the text will be displayed during the Analog Talk Back
Timer period, when an analog signal is received on a channel whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-
Digi."









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3-2-5 Selecting the Operating Channels for the 5-Tone Signaling Operation

Radio (A) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the
Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the
IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.




Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to
Mixed Digital mode with 5-Tone signaling by
pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down] keys. (Select
Channel 5 on Radio (B) if using the
IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)








Radio (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to Analog
mode with 5-Tone signaling by using the Rotary
Selector. (Select Channel 7 on Radio (C) if using the
IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.





Radio (B)
(Mixed Digital)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (C)
(Analog)
Announces the
channel number
Select the Channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-05
Mixed Digital 5-Tone Mode
Select the Channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Announcess the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-07
Analog -5-Tonel Mode

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3-2-6 Making a Call from an Analog Radio in the 5-Tone Mode

NOTE: This Quick Guide is focused on the IDAS mode, thus there is no detailed explanation on the 5-
Tone Signaling operation. Please see the instruction manual for 5-Tone details.
NOTE: When you push [Call] on a radio in the Analog mode, the Radio calls are based on the memory
channel preprogrammed settings.
NOTE: A target ID can be selected from the TX Code Enter or the TX Code CH Selector, depending on
the preprogrammed settings. (For only the Mobile Radios)

- Call
Push to transmit a 2/5-tone ID code that is programmed in the operating channel.
Settings for Radio (C), IC-F4101D.





Settings for Radio (B), IC-F6121D









+ Radio (C) makes a voice call
C Push [Call] (Upper) on Radio (C).
The LED indicator lights red.
The beep sounds.



C Wait until off the LED indicator.








C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (C).
The LED indicator lights red.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.



The LED lights red
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

The beep sounds
Push (Upper) [Call]
Off the LED indicator
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

The LED lights red
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

Hold Down
[PTT]

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+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C) in the 5-Tone mode.
C When Radio (B) receives a 5-Tone Signaling Code from Radio (C)
The Busy Icon appears.






C When 5-Tone code is accepted by Radio (B).
The Busy Icon disappears.
Sound the Ringer on Receive
The Audible Icon and the Bell
Icon appear.
The Calling Stations 5-Tone ID Code blink.
(Depending on the presetting.)



C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
The Busy Icon appears.
Audio is heard from Radio (C).







+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (C).



NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (C) ends the voice call
C Release [PTT] on Radio (A) to receive.

+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Radio (C)
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
The busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.






Radio (B) Mixed Digital
Channel Name

Busy Icon
Radio (B) Mixed Digital
The Ringer on
Receive sounds

Bell Icon
Audible Icon
5-Tone ID Code


Busy Icon
Radio (B) Mixed Digital
Bell Icon
Audible Icon
5-Tone ID Code


Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
Radio (B) Mixed Digital
Release [PTT]
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C While the Audible Icon is displayed,
hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The Bell Icon disappears.
Sound the Talk Back Beep.
The analog talk back text ANALOG is
displayed.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.

+ Radi+o (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).


+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (B).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this state.

+ Radio (B) makes a call after the talkback timer period passed.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
The busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.







C When the talkback timer period passed:
The Audible Icon is disappears.


C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from the 5-
Tone ID Code to the channel name.
The R.T.T. Beep sounds.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.



Radio (B) Mixed Digital

The Talk Back
beep sounds
Hold Down
[PTT]
Transmit Icon
Analog Talkback Text
The LED lights green
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

The LED lights green
Radio (A) - Digital

Radio (B) Mixed Digital
Release [PTT]
Radio (B) Mixed Digital
The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down
[PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

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+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (B).



+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (B).




NOTE: Radio (B) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this state.















Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
The Ringer on
Receive sounds


The LED lights green
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

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3-3-1 Selecting the Operating Channels

Radio (A) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to Mixed Analog mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 3 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)









Radio (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Analog mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 4 on Radio (C) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
C The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B)
(Mixed Analog)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (C)
(Analog)
Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-03
Mixed Analog Mode

Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (C): CH-04
Analog Mode

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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


- Talk Back Timer (Sec)


Set the Talk Back timer to between 0 (OFF) and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).
For channels whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Ana"
After receiving a digital signal, the Talk Back function allows the radio to transmit a digital signal,
when [PTT] is pushed before or during the Talk Back timer period.



- Talk Back Beep (Activated only when: Talk Back Timer = except "0 (OFF)")


A beep sounds when [PTT] is pushed while the Talk Back function is activated



- Talk Back ID Display


hen a digital signal is received, this function displays the caller station's ID before or during the Talk
Back timer period. Even on a channel whose CH Type is set to "Mixed-Ana," when [PTT] is pushed
while the ID is being displayed, the Talk Back function allows the radio to transmit a digital signal.









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3-3-2 Making a Call from a Digital Radio

+ Radio (A) makes a voice call
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (A)
The LED indicator lights red.
Wait until the Ready to Transmit (R.T.T.)
beep sounds to avoid clipping the first
syllables of a transmission. When you hear
the R.T.T. beep sound, speak into the
microphone at your normal voice level.

+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (B) received a voice call from Radio (A):
The Ringer on Receive sounds
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station and Talkgroup ID name
(or code) are alternately displayed while
receiving the signal. (Depending on the
presetting.)
Audio is heard from Radio (A).







+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (A):
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio noise is heard from Radio (A).




NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (A) ends the voice call
C Release [PTT] on Radio (A) to receive.

Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights red
The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) Mixed Analog
The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Calling Group Name

Busy Icon

Calling Stations Name

Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights green
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+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Radio (A)
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (A) is released:
The busy icon disappears.
The calling station and Talkgroup ID name (or code) are alternately displayed while Talkback Time
period. (Depending on the presetting.)












C While the Calling Group Name or Calling Stations Name is displayed, hold down [PTT] on the
Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes to the talkgroup name.
The Talk Back Beep sounds.
Speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.











+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (B).







Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Calling Group Name

Calling Stations Name

Release [PTT]
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
The R.T.T. beep sounds
Hold Down [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Calling Group Name

Radio (A) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


The LED lights green
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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio noise is heard from Radio (B).




NOTE: Radio (B) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (B) makes a call after the talkback timer period passed.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (A) is released:
The busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.






C After the talkback timer period has passed:
The display on the LCD changes from the Calling Group Name to the Channel Name.






C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The R.T.T. Beep sound .
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.



+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (A).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).


Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights green
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Release [PTT]
Calling Group Name Channel Name
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights green
Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


3-3-3 Making a Call from a Radio in the Mixed Analog Mode

+ Radio (B) makes a talkgroup call to Group 1
C Hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
Speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.








+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (B).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this configuration.


+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (B).












Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

Hold Down
[PTT]
Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights green
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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


3-3-4 Making a Call from an Analog Radio

+ Radio (C) makes a voice call
C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights red.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.


+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The Busy Icon appears.
The analog talk back text ANALOG is displayed.
Audio is heard from Radio (C).







+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (C).




NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

Radio (C) - Analog
The LED lights red
Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Analog Talkback Text

Busy Icon
Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)

















3-3-5 Selecting the Operating Channels for the 5-Tone Signaling Operation

Radio (A) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Mixed Analog mode with 5-Tone signaling by pushing
the [CH Up] or [CH Down] keys. (Select Channel 6 on Radio (B) if using the
IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)









Radio (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Analog mode with 5-Tone signaling by using the
Rotary Selector. (Select Channel 7 on Radio (C) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
C The Radio will announce the channel number.








Radio (B)
(Mixed Analog)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (C)
(Analog)
Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-06
Mixed Analog 5-Tone Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (C): CH-07
Analog 5-Tone Mode


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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


3-3-6 Making a Call from an Analog Radio in the 5-Tone Mode

+ Radio (C) makes a voice call
C Push [Upper] (Call) on Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights red.
Sound the beep.




C Wait until off the LED indicator.







C Hold down [PTT] on Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights red.
Speak into the microphone at your
normal voice level.




+ Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C) in the 5-Tone mode.
C When Radio (B) receives a 5-Tone Signaling Code from Radio (C)
The Busy Icon appears.







C When 5-Tone code is accepted by Radio (B).
The Busy Icon disappears.
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The Audible Icon and the Bell Icon appear.
The Calling Stations 5-Tone ID Code blink. (Depending on the presetting.)








The LED lights red
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

The beep sounds
Push (Upper) [Call]
Off the LED indicator
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

The LED lights red
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

Hold Down [PTT]

Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Channel Name

Busy Icon
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Bell Icon
Audible Icon
5-Tone ID
Code


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C When Radio (B) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The Busy Icon appears.
Audio is heard from Radio (C).






+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (C):
The LED indicator lights green
No audio is heard from Radio (C).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (C) cannot communicate in this configuration.

+ Radio (B) makes a talkback call to Radio (C)
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
The busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.






C While the Audible Icon is displayed,
hold down [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The Bell Icon disappears.
The Talk Back Beep sounds.
The analog talk back text ANALOG is
displayed.
Speak into the microphone at your normal
voice level.

+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green
Audio is heard from Radio (B).


+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (B).

NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this state.

Busy Icon
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Bell Icon
Audible Icon
5-Tone ID Code


Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Release [PTT]
Radio (B) Mixed Analog

The Talk Back
beep sounds
Hold Down
[PTT]
Transmit Icon
Analog Talkback
Text
The LED lights green
Radio (C) Analog 5-Tone

Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
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3-3 Mixed Analog Mode Operation (Continued)


+ Radio (B) makes a call after the talkback timer period passed.
C When the [PTT] button on Radio (C) is released:
The busy icon on Radio (B) disappears.







C When the talkback timer period has passed:
The Audible Icon is disappears.

C Push [P1] Call Button to transmit 5-Tone ID Code.
The Transmit Icon appears.
The display on the LCD changes from the 5-Tone ID Code to the channel name.
The R.T.T. Beep sounds.







C When the Transmit Icon disappears, hold down [PTT] on the Microphone.
The Audible Icon and the Transmit Icon appear.
Speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.







+ Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (A) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The LED indicator lights green.
No audio is heard from Radio (B).


NOTE: Radio (A) and Radio (B) cannot communicate in this state.

+ Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B)
C When Radio (C) receives a voice call from Radio (B):
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The LED indicator lights green.
Audio is heard from Radio (B).



Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Release [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

Radio (B) Mixed Analog
The R.T.T
Beep sounds

Push [P1]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name

Radio (B) Mixed Analog
Audible Icon
Radio (A) - Digital

The LED lights green
The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Radio (C) - Analog

The LED lights green
Hold Down
[PTT]
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4 Data Communication


4-1 Status Message















4-1-1 Selecting the Operation Channels

Radio (B) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)















Radio (D) : IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (D) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1004_Demo.icf file.)

















Radio (B)
(Digital)
Radio (D)
(Digital)
Radio (B): CH-01
Digital Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Radio (D): CH-01
Digital Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


4-1-2 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message Power ON/OFF

When the Radio is turned ON or OFF, Status Messages can be automatically transmitted;
Select a status message to be transmitted in the Power ON Status or Power OFF Status.


- TX Status List Settings (Only for the mobile radios)
Set a TX Status number for the Power ON/OFF Status.
Enter a status message of up to eight characters.





- Status Settings (Only for the mobile radios)
Select a status message to send when the radio is
turned ON and/or OFF.
Disable: Does not send a status message.
1 to 100: Sends the selected status message.
NOTE: Those settings are turned OFF in the provided icf files.


Select a target station ID in the Power Status ID item.


- Power Status ID Settings (Only for
the mobile radios)
Double click the cell to
display the Individual ID List,
and then select an Individual
ID to send status messages
to using the Power ON/OFF
Status function.






O For the receiver side radio.
RX Status List Settings (For only the mobile radios)
Set the same Power ON/OFF Status number in
the TX Status List to the RX Status List.

- RX Settings (For only the mobile radios)
Select whether or not to receive a Status call that includes a matching status number.
Inhibit: Inhibits receiving the Status call.
Enable: Enables receiving the Status call.


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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


4-1-3 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message End of Voice Call

At the end of a Voice call, Status Messages can be automatically transmitted.

- Send with Voice Call Settings (For only the mobile radios)
Select whether or not to send a status message at
the end of a Voice call.
Disable: Turns OFF the function.
Enable: Sends a status message selected in Send Status Number.

- Send Status Number Settings (For only the mobile radios)
Double click the cell to display the Status list, and then select a status message to send at the
end of a Voice call.
Last Status: Sends the status message which was sent last.
1 to 100: Sends the selected status message.



4-1-4 Automatically Transmitting a Status Message When received a Status Poling Call

When a Status Polling call is received, transmit the current status.

- Status Settings Allow Poll (For only the mobile radios)
Set the Allow Poll item in the Status Setting Enable.
Inhibit: Inhibits transmitting the current status,
even if a Status Polling call is received.
Enable: Enables transmitting the current status.



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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


4-1-5 Transmitting a Status Message on a Talkgroup Call
Select ID from the Talkgroup ID List
Select Message from the Status List

+ Radio (B) send a status message to Group 1
C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
- The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.






C Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the Talkgroup ID selection mode.
- The preprogrammed talkgroup ID is displayed.






C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired talkgroup ID.







C Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the digital application selection mode.
- VOICE is displayed.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select STATUS






Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the status message selection mode.
The preprogrammed status message is displayed.







Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Push [P0]
Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired status message.







Push [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
The STAT TX appears on the display
momentarily, and then STAT OK appears.






When released the [PTT] button on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon disappears.
The display change to the channel name.


+ Radio (D) receives a status call from Radio (B)
C When a status call is received:
Sound the Ringer on Receive
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station name and the status are
alternately displayed. (Depending on the
presetting.)






C When the [PTT] button on Radio (B) is released:
Radio (D) sounds the Over Ringer as the
end of a communication.
The Busy Icon disappears.
Display on the LCD remains same.









Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name
Radio (D) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Calling Stations Name

Busy Icon

Status Message

Radio (D) - Digital

The Over
Ringer sounds

Calling Stations Name

Status Message

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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


4-1-6 Transmitting a Status Message on an Individual Call
Select ID from the Individual ID List
Select Message from the Status List

+ Radio (B) send a status message to Radio (D)
C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.








C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to return to the standby mode from the application
selection mode.
The channel name appears.








C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup,
and then automatically enter the application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.







C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the Individual ID selection mode.
The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Individual ID List.







Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Channel Name
Hold down [P0] for 1 second

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
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4-1 Status Message (Continued)


Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the digital application selection mode.
VOICE is displayed.






C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select STATUS







Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the status message selection mode.
The preprogrammed status message is displayed.







Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired status message.







1 Push [PTT] on the Microphone:
The Transmit Icon appears.
STAT TX is displayed.





STAT OK is displayed when receives an acknowledgement from
Radio (D).


STAT FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received from
Radio (D).



When [PTT] on the Microphone is released:
The Transmit Icon disappears.
The display changes to the channel name.

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name
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4-2 Short Data Message (SDM)


4-2-1 Transmitting a Short Data Message
Select ID from the Talkgroup ID List
Select Message from the SDM List

A preprogrammed SDM can be send to an individual station or to group stations.
The radio has 10 memories to store messages. The each message can contain up to eight characters.

+ Radio (B) send a SDM to Group 1
C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.







C Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the digital application selection mode.
VOICE is displayed.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select MSG








C Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the SDM selection mode.
The preprogrammed SDM is displayed.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired SDM.








Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

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4-2 Short Data Message (SDM) (Continued)


Push [PTT] on the Microphone to transmit the SDM to the selected talkgroup.
The Transmit Icon appears.
MSG TX is displayed.







MSG OK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.




MSG FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.




C When [PTT] on the Microphone is released:
The Transmit Icon disappears.
The display changes to the channel name.




Radio (B) - Digital

Push [PTT]
Transmit Icon
Channel Name
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4-2 Short Data Message (SDM) (Continued)


4-2-2 Receiving a Short Data Message

SDM Setting
- RX
Select whether or not to receive messages.
Inhibit: Inhibits receiving messages.
Enable: Enables receiving messages.


C When a Message is receives:
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station ID name (or code) and
the message are alternately display.
(Depending on the presetting.)






Auto scroll
When the message includes more than 8
characters, and the automatic scroll function is
activated, the message automatically scrolls.







- Scroll Timer (Sec) setting (For only the mobile radios)
Set the Scroll timer to between 0 (OFF) and 25.5 seconds (in
0.1 second steps).
If an SDM (Short Data Message) is longer than the radio can
display, the message is scrolled at the programmed interval.

Manual scroll
Push [Status Up] or [Status Down] to manually scroll the message.

- Status Up/Down setting (Only for the mobile
radios)
During the standby mode, push to display the
transmit status and select a status number.
- When a received SDM (Short Data
Message) is displayed, push to cancel the
automatic scroll and scroll the message manually.
- When an SDM that contains more than 12 characters is displayed, push to scroll the message
manually.

Radio (D) - Digital

The Ringer on
Receive sounds


Calling Stations Name

Busy Icon

Message

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4-3 Call Alert


4-3-1 Transmitting a Call Alert

Call Alert allows you to alert a user you want to talk to, who may be away from their radio.

Call Alert Settings
- RX
Select whether or not to receive Call Alert calls.
Inhibit Inhibits receiving Call Alert calls.
Enable Enables receiving Call Alert calls.

- TX (For only the mobile radios)
Select whether or not to transmit Call Alert calls, which allow the user to notify a user you want to
talk to, who may be away from their radio.
Inhibit Inhibits transmitting Call Alert calls.
Enable Enables transmitting Call Alert calls.


+ Radio (B) transmit a Call Alert to Radio (D)
C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.







C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to return to the standby mode.
The channel name appears.







C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup,
and then automatically enter the application selection mode.
The Call Type appears on the display momentarily, then VOICE appears.








Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Channel Name
Hold down [P0] for 1 second
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

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4-3 Call Alert (Continued)


C Push the [P0] Digital Button to enter the Individual ID selection mode.
The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.







C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Individual ID List.








Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the digital application selection mode.
VOICE is displayed.







Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select CALLALRT







Push [PTT]:
The Transmit Icon appears.
CA CALL is displayed.







CA OK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received from
Radio (D).



CA FAIL is displayed if no acknowledgement is received from Radio
(D).


Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

ID Name
Push [P0]
Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]
Radio (B) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]

Radio (B) - Digital

Push [PTT]
Transmit Icon
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4-3 Call Alert (Continued)


When [PTT] is released:
The Transmit Icon disappears.
The display change to the channel name.


- Request Acknowledgment Settings (For only the mobile radios)
Select whether or not to request a Call Alert
acknowledgement from the target station.
Inhibit: Inhibits requesting an acknowledgement.
Enable: Enables requesting an acknowledgement.



+ Radio (D) receives a Call Alert call from Radio (B)
C When a Call Alert signal is received:
The Ringer on Receive sounds.
The Bell Icon blinks.
The Busy Icon appears.
The calling station name and CALLALRT are alternately displayed. (Depending on the
presetting.)















NOTE: When an alert call is received, an alert sounds.
- Set the Dec EXO Enable to activate the feature.
- To sound an alert, connect a buzzer, horn or other equipment to the OPC-1939/2078.
- Assign "Horn" to any pin in the External I/O Port Setting sheet.
- Set the Dec EXO/Horn timer in the External I/O option sheet:


- Dec EXO Settings (Only for the mobile radios)
Select Enable to activate the Horn pin on the OPC-
1939/2078 ACC CABLE for the Dec EXO/Horn timer
period when a Call Alert call is received.


Channel Name
The Ringer on Receive sounds


Radio (D) - Digital

Calling Stations Name

Busy Icon

CALLALRT
Bell Icon
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4-3 Call Alert (Continued)



- Horn (Only for the mobile
radios)








- RX EXO (Only for the mobile radios)
When RX EXO is set to "ON":
When a call is received, the Horn pin is
activated for the RX EXO Delay Timer
period.


When RX EXO is set to "OFF":
When a signal with the Dec EXO function
is received, is activated for the Dec
EXO/Horn timer period.




C When released the [PTT] button on Radio (B):
Radio (D) sounds the Over Ringer to indicate the end of the communication.
The Bell Icon blinks.
The busy icon disappears.
The calling station name and the last status message are alternately displayed.
















Calling Stations Name

Bell Icon
Radio (D) - Digital

Last Status Message
The Over Ringer sounds


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4-4 Emergency Call






















4-4-1 Selecting the Operating Channels

Radio (A) and (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file and select channel 1 on Radio
(C) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1003_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.









Radio (B) and Radio (D) : IC-F5121D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file and Select
Channel 1 on Radio (D) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1004_Demo.icf file.)














Radio (C)
(Digital)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (D)
(Digital)
Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A) and (C): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B) and (D): CH-06
Digital Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Radio (B)
(Digital)
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4-4 Emergency Call (Continued)


4-4-2 Emergency Call Settings

O Emergency Call Key Settings

Emergency Call key settings for portable
radios
Program Emergency function to an
[Down / Lower] programmable function
key or an External Emergency key.















Emergency Call key settings for mobile Radio
Program Emergency function to a front
panel key.








O Auto Repeat Emergency Call Settings
Set the number of repeat cycles for emergency calls.

Repeat Cycle
Set the number of cycles for emergency
calls to between 0 (Infinite) and 255.
Once the emergency function is activated,
the radio transmits emergency calls
repeatedly up to the number of set times, unless the radio is turned OFF, or receive an
acknowledgement to cancel the repeated transmission.

or
or
[Lower]
Emergency Key

[Emergency]
[P3] Emergency Key
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4-4 Emergency Call (Continued)


Choose to use Repeat (Sec) or Idle (Sec)
Set the Repeat interval and/or the idle timer.














Idle (Sec)
Set the Idle timer to between 0
(OFF) and 255 seconds (in 1
second steps).
When Repeat Cycle is set to 2 or more, the radio stands by in the Inaudible" mode during the timer
period, before repeating the emergency call.
NOTE: When the radio is in the Idle mode, the squelch opens only when a call is received that
meets the criteria of the squelch setting.


Repeat (Sec)
Set the Repeat interval between
0 and 255 seconds (in 1 second
steps)
When Repeat Cycle is set to 2 or more, the radio repeatedly transmits an emergency call at the set
interval.
- Countdown beeps sound during the timer period.

Repeat Cancel
Once the Emergency function is
activated, the radio transmits
Emergency calls repeatedly,
according to the Repeat Cycle
setting.
When an acknowledgement of an MDC or digital Emergency call is received, select whether or not
to cancel the repeated transmission.
OFF: The radio transmits the emergency call according to the Repeat Cycle setting, even after
an acknowledgement is received.
ON: The radio cancels the repeated transmission when an acknowledgement is received..
NOTE: For 5-tone operation, the repeated transmission can be cancelled, depending on the
Emergency Cancel setting in the 5-Tone RX Code CH sheet.

Idle (Sec): Inaudible mode
Emergency Call
Repeat (Sec): Countdown beeps
Next Emergency Call
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O Cancellation settings of the Repeat Emergency Call Cycle
When a radio* receives an emergency call as an Individual call, then it may or may not
automatically transmit an acknowledgment to the calling station, depending on the presetting.
When the radio that originally transmitted the emergency call receives the acknowledgement, it
cancels the emergency call transmission repeat cycle.
Required settings are described below:
1 Set the designation for the Emergency channel.
2 Select an Individual call for the call type to transmit emergency calls.
3 Select Enable to request an emergency acknowledgement from the target station.
4 Set the repeat cancel to ON.
NOTE: *The target radio should be one of the IC-F5120D/F6120D series, IC-F3160D/F4160D
series or IC-F5060D/F6060D series radio. The IC-F3100D/F4100D series radio will not transmit
an acknowledgement when receiving an emergency call, even it has a matched Individual ID.

Cancel process of Repeat Emergency Call Cycle



















NOTE: If the Digital Request Ack function is activated, the radio transmits an emergency call with a
request to send back an acknowledgment. Radios programmed to return ACK for Emergency Status
now ignores the busy lockout. Even on a channel with the busy lockout setting and there is another
transmission / RF noise in the channel, the radio transmit ACK.

Atr
Set the designation for the Emergency channel.
E (Emergency): The "E" tagged channel becomes the emergency channel,
which is used for emergency calls.
NOTE: Only 1 emergency channel can be set.
NOTE: An emergency call can be made even when no emergency channel is specified. However, an
emergency channel should be programmed, making an emergency call easier

Transmit an Emergency Call
Call Type: Individual
Request Ack: Enable
Operating Channel: Emergency Channel
Target Radio
Received the Acknowledgement
Repeat Cancel: ON

Cancel the Emergency Call Repeat Cycle
Calling Radio
Received the Emergency Call
with matching Individual ID

Transmit an Acknowledgement
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Signaling (Digital) Settings
Fixed Call Type
Select the call type to transmit Emergency
calls as Individual so the target station can
transmit an emergency acknowledgement.
Request Ack
Select Enable to request an emergency acknowledgement from the target station.


Emergency Repeat Settings
Repeat Cancel
Once the Emergency function is activated, the
radio transmits Emergency calls repeatedly,
according to the Repeat Cycle setting.
When an acknowledgement of an MDC or digital Emergency call is received, select ON to cancel
the repeated transmission.


O Auto Microphone Audio Transmit Settings
+ Set the timer period to transmit the microphone audio and set the timer period for the warning
beeps to sound.











TX Locator Tone (Sec)
Set the TX Locator Tone timer to between 0 (OFF) and
255 seconds (in 1 second steps)
Before automatically transmitting the radio's
microphone audio, warning beeps sound during the
timer period.
To turn the beeps OFF, set it to "0 (OFF)".
Auto TX (Sec)
Set the Auto TX timer to between 0 (OFF) and 255 seconds (in 1 second steps).
After transmitting an emergency call, the radio transmits its microphone audio during the timer
period.
To turn the function OFF, set it to "0 (OFF).
NOTE for the mobile radios:
To use the function, the HM-148G or HM-152 hand microphone is required. With the SM-26
desktop microphone or the HM-152T hand microphone, no audio can be transmitted.


TX Locator Tone (Sec): Warning Beeps
Emergency Call
Auto TX (Sec): Microphone Audio
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O Standby in the Audible mode settings
+ Set the timer period for standby in the Audible mode, and set the timer period for the warning
beeps sound.













RX Locator Tone (Sec)
Set the RX Locator Tone timer to between 0 (OFF) and
255 seconds (in 1 second steps).
After transmitting an emergency call, and automatic
transmission, the radio returns to receive. Before
returning to receive, warning beeps sound during the
timer period.
To turn the beeps OFF, set them to "0 (OFF).
Auto RX (Sec)
Set the Auto RX timer to between 0 (OFF) and 255 seconds (in 1 second steps).
After transmitting an emergency call and automatic transmission, the radio stands by in the
"Audible" mode during the timer period.
To turn the function OFF, set it to "0 (OFF).
NOTE: When the radio is in the Auto RX mode, the squelch opens when an audio signal is received.
(The respective RAN and ID codes do not need to match to open the squelch.)


O Silent emergency Call mode settings
Silent
Select whether or not the radio silently transmits
emergency calls.
Silent: The radio transmits emergency calls without sounding beeps or changing the
display.
Audible: When the radio transmits an emergency call, the beeps sound and the emergency
text is displayed (if programmed).


RX Locator Tone (Sec): Warning Beeps
Emergency Call
Auto RX (Sec): Audible mode
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4-4-3 Voice Call Interrupts the Emergency Call

A Voice call has priority over an emergency call. During the emergency call process, push [PTT] to
make a voice call. The action of the radio depends on the mode of the emergency call, as described
below.


Mode Action when holding down [PTT] Action after releasing [PTT]
O
Start Timer
Count-down
Stops the countdown, and then
starts transmission.
Resets the countdown timer, and then
resumes the countdown.
O TX Locator
Cancels the Locator Tone Output,
and then starts transmission.
Shifts to the Auto RX mode.
O Auto TX
Continues transmitting the
microphone audio.
When you release [PTT] before the Auto
TX timer times out, transmission
continues until it times out, then the
radio shifts to the Auto RX mode.
O RX Locator
Cancels the Locator Tone Output,
and then starts transmission.
Shifts to the Auto RX mode.
O Auto RX Starts transmission. Shifts to the Auto RX mode.
O Idle Starts transmission. Shifts to the Auto RX mode.
O
Repeat Interval
Count-down
Stops the countdown, and then
starts transmission.
Resets the countdown timer, and then
resumes the countdown.

NOTE: The Repeat Cycle counting.
During the time between stages through , the repeat cycle count is not reduced when the
emergency call is interrupted by Radio 1's [PTT]
When the emergency call completes stage through without interruption by pushing [PTT],
then the repeat cycle count is reduced.









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4-4-4 Emergency call from a Portable Radio

+ Radio (A) makes an Emergency Call to Radio (B)
C Hold down [Lower] Emergency key on Radio (A)
for the preprogrammed time period, to enter
the emergency mode.
Countdown beeps sound.

Emergency SW ON (Sec)
Set the Emergency SW ON timer to between 0.0 and
25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps)
Hold down [Emergency] for the timer period to turn ON
the emergency function. The radio enters the emergency mode, and then the countdown starts.

To exit the emergency mode, hold down [Lower]
Emergency Key for the preprogrammed period before
the end of the countdown time period.




Emergency SW OFF (Sec)
Set the Emergency SW OFF timer to between 0.0 and
25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps)
To cancel the emergency function, hold down
[Emergency] for the timer period before transmitting an emergency call (while the countdown
beeps are sounding).

C When the Start Timer period ends, Radio (A)
automatically starts an Emergency call cycle, once
or repeatedly, depending on the preprogrammed
repeat cycle setting.
The LED indicator lights red.


- Start (Sec)
Set the Start timer to between 0 and 255 seconds (in 1
second steps)
When the radio enters the emergency mode, the Start
timer starts.
After the Start timer period ends, the radio transmits an emergency call.
- Countdown beeps sound during the timer period.

+ To exit the emergency mode manually.
C Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to
turn OFF the power, and Rotate
[VOL] clockwise to turn ON the
power




Radio (A) - Digital

The Countdown
beep sounds
Hold Down [Lower]
Emergency Key

Radio (A) - Digital

Hold Down [Lower]
Emergency Key

Radio (A) - Digital

Radio (A) - Digital

Radio (A) - Digital

Turn ON the power Turn OFF the power
The LED lights red
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+ Radio (B) receives an Emergency call from Radio (A)
C When an Emergency call is received:
Rings sounds.
The Busy Icon blinks.
The status message of Emergency Call STAT EMR and the calling station ID* are alternately
displayed.













* Depending on the preprogrammed settings of Individual ID List, the calling stations ID (or name)
can be displayed.


When the Individual ID List set as shown to the right.






Example: A call is received from the ID 1001 radio whose ID and
ID name are listed in the Individual ID List. The Calling Stations
name is displayed


Example: A Call is received from the ID 1010 radio whose ID is not
listed in the Individual ID List.




- Display Text (For only the mobile radios)
Enter a status message of up to eight
characters to be displayed when an
Emergency call is received.




The Ringer on Receive sounds


Radio (B) - Digital

Emergency Status
Busy Icon

Calling Stations ID
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+ To clear the beep, ID and message display.
C Turn OFF the power, and turn it ON again, or change the channel.
Turn Power OFF and ON.







Change the channel.








+ Radio (C) receives an Emergency call from Radio (A)
C When an Emergency call is received:
Rings sounds.




RX Status
- RX
Select whether or not to receive an
Emergency call that includes a matching
status number.
The portable radio receives only the
Emergency status message, Man Down status message, and the status message selected in the
GPS Request Status item of the Status Setting screen.
Inhibit: Inhibits receiving the Status call.
Enable: Enables receiving the Status call.
- Ringer
Select the ringer type that sounds when an Emergency call is received.
OFF: Turns OFF the ringer.
Pi: One high ring sounds once.
PiPi: Two high rings sound once.
PiRo: One high and one low ring sounds three times.
Pi/R: One high ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiPi/R: Two high rings repeatedly sound during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiRo/R:
One high and one low ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer
period.
NOTE: Set the ringer repeat timer in the Digital Option sheet:
Digital > Option > Config > Ringer Repeat (Sec)


Hold down [ ] for 1 second
to turn OFF the power

Radio (B) - Digital
Push [ ] to turn ON
the power

Radio (B) - Digital

Radio (B) - Digital

Change the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Radio (C) - Digital

Emergency Call ringer sounds
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4-4-5 Emergency call from a Mobile Radio

+ Radio (D) makes an Emergency Call to Radio (B)
C Hold down the [P3] Emergency key on Radio (D) for the preprogrammed time period, to enter the
emergency mode.
The countdown beeps sound.








C When the Start Timer period ends, Radio (D) automatically starts an Emergency call cycle, once or
repeatedly, depending on the preprogrammed repeat cycle setting.
The TRANSMIT ICON flashes.
STAT TX is displayed while transmitting.





STAT OK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.




STA FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.
After a specified time period, Radio (D) will return to the standby mode or Emergency Call mode,
depending on the preprogrammed setting,




C After the Emergency call cycles have ended, Radio (D) automatically returns to the standby mode.





+ To exit the emergency mode manually.
C Turn OFF the power, and turn it ON again.
Turn Power OFF and ON.








Radio (D) - Digital
Push [P3]
The Countdown beeps sounds


Hold down [ ] for 1 second
to turn OFF the power

Radio (D) - Digital
Push [ ] to turn ON
the power

Radio (D) - Digital

Transmit Icon
Station ID Name
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4-4-6 Power OFF Emergency Function (For only IC-F5120D series mobile radios)

O Power OFF Emergency
While holding down the Power OFF Emergency key, turn OFF the radio to activate the Power OFF
Emergency function.
This key can be assigned to the one of the front panel keys or external key terminals.
The Power OFF Emergency function makes the radio transmit emergency calls, even though it appears
to be powered OFF.
When the function is activated, any key operation, hook action and Lone Worker function becomes
invalid, as well as the LED and speaker act as if they are powered OFF.
On the other hand, the radio can transmit emergency calls according to the emergency settings, and
the Ambience Listening function is also operable, if it is programmed.

Turn ON the Power OFF Emergency function from the front panel
C Hold down the Power Key and P3 Key together for 1 second to set the Power OFF Emergency
function ON.






Power OFF Emergency Setting
Program the Power OFF Emergency function to a front panel key.



Turn ON the Power OFF Emergency function from the External Power OFF Key
Connect a Foot Switch to the External Power OFF terminal.
Hold down the Power Key while pressing the foot switch for 1 second to set the Power OFF
Emergency function ON.










Hold down [ ] and [P3] together for 1 second
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Power OFF Emergency Setting for an external key.
Set the Ext. Key to a function.


Assign the Power OFF Emergency function to an external key.




Cancel the Power OFF Emergency function and restore the radio.
- Turn ON the radio's power.








Push [ ] to turn ON the power

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4-4-7 Lone Worker Emergency Call

O Lone Worker Emergency Call Function
When the Lone Worker function is turned ON, and no operation is performed for the specified time
period, the transceiver enters the emergency mode, and then the countdown for the emergency call
transmission starts. After the specified time period has passed, an emergency call is automatically
transmitted once, or repeatedly. If someone operates the transceiver before the call is transmitted,
the transceiver exits the emergency mode, and the emergency call is cancelled.

Lone Worker Timer
- Lone Worker ON (Min)
Set the Lone Worker ON timer to between 0 (OFF) and
255 minutes (in 1 minute steps).
To turn the function OFF, set to "0 (OFF)."
- Reminder (Sec) (Activated only when: Lone Worker ON = except "0 (OFF)")
Set the Reminder timer to between 0 and 255 seconds (in 1 second steps).
When the radio is put into the emergency mode by the Lone Worker function, the Reminder timer
starts.
After the Reminder timer period ends, the radio transmits an emergency call once, or repeatedly.
- Countdown beeps sound during the timer period.
- PTT Delay (Sec) (Activated only when; Lone Worker ON = except "0 (OFF)")
Set the PTT Delay timer to between 0 and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).
When [PTT] is pushed during the countdown, the radio delays transmitting for the timer period.

Turn ON and OFF the Lone Worker Emergency function from the front panel
For the mobile radio
C Hold down [Lone Worker] for 1 second to turn
ON the Lone Worker function.

C Push [Lone Worker] to turn OFF the Lone Worker function.

For the portable radio
C Push [Lone Worker] to turn ON the Lone Worker function.


C Push [Lone Worker] to turn OFF the Lone Worker function.

Lone Worker
< Settings for Radio (D) IC-F6121D >
- Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the Lone
Worker function.
- Push to turn OFF the Lone Worker function.

< Settings for Radio (A) IC-F4101D >
Push to turn the Lone Worker function ON or
OFF.



Hold down [P1] for 1 second
Push [Upper]
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4-4-8 Receiving a Man Down Emergency Call
















4-4-8-1 Selecting the operating channel
Radio (A) and (C) : IC-F4101D
C Select the operating channel which is set to the Digital mode by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
channel 1 on Radio (A) if using the IDAS_F4100D_1001_Demo.icf file.)
The Radio will announce the channel number.







Radio (B): IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel, which is set to the Digital mode, by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)









Radio (E): IC-F4161DT
C Select the operating channel, which is set to the Digital mode, by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (E) if using the IDAS_F4160D_1005_Demo.icf file.)
NOTE: To use the Man Down function, the UT-124R MAN DOWN UNIT is required.








Radio (E)
(Digital)
Radio (A)
(Digital)
Radio (B)
(Digital)
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (E): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-01
Digital Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


Announces the
channel number
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (A): CH-01
Digital Mode

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4-4-8-2 Man Down Function
NOTE: This function works on the Man Down version of the IC-F3260/F4260 series radios, also on
the IC-F3160/F4160 series radios which the UT-124R, Man Down Unit is installed.
Man Down (Only for the IC-F3160/F3260 series portable radios)
When the radio is left in a horizontal position for a specified time period, the radio enters the emergency
mode, and then the countdown starts.
After the specified time period has passed, an emergency call is automatically transmitted once, or
repeatedly.
If the radio is placed in a vertical position before the first transmission, the radio exits the emergency
mode and the emergency call is cancelled.

- Man Down CS-F3160/F5060
Set the Man Down function ON.
When the radio is left in the horizontal position for the
ON Timer period, the Man Down function
automatically makes the radio enter the emergency
mode.
- ON Timer (Sec) (Activated only when; Man Down = ON)
Set the Man Down ON timer to between 0 and 25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps).
If the radio is left in the horizontal position for the programmed period, the Man Down function
automatically makes the radio enter the emergency mode.


+ Radio (E) makes a Man Down Emergency call to Radio (A) and (B)
C When Radio (E) is left in the horizontal position for the
programmed period, the Man Down function
automatically makes the radio enter the emergency
mode.
- Countdown beeps sound.


To exit the emergency mode, place the radio in a
vertical position before the first transmission






- Emergency SW OFF (Sec)
Set the Emergency SW OFF timer to between 0.0 and
25.5 seconds (in 0.1 second steps)
To cancel the emergency function, place the radio in a
vertical position before transmitting an emergency call (while the countdown beeps are sounding).

Radio (E) - Digital

The Countdown
beep sounds
Radio (E) - Digital

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C When the Start Timer period ends, Radio (E) automatically starts an Emergency call cycle, once or
repeatedly, depending on the preprogrammed repeat cycle setting.

- Start (Sec)
Set the Start timer to between 0 and 255 seconds (in 1
second steps)
When the radio enters the emergency mode, the Start
timer starts.
After the Start timer period ends, the radio transmits an emergency call.
- Countdown beeps sound during the timer period.

+ To exit the emergency mode manually.
C Rotate [VOL] counterclockwise to
turn OFF the power, and then
Rotate [VOL] clockwise to turn ON
the power.




+ Radio (A) receives a Man Down Emergency call from Radio (E)
C When an man Down Emergency call is received:
Rings sounds.





Man Down
- RX
Select whether or not to receive a Status call
that includes a matching status number.
The portable radio receives only the
Emergency status message, Man Down status message, and the status message selected in the
GPS Request Status item of the Status Setting screen.
Inhibit: Inhibits receiving the Status call.
Enable: Enables receiving the Status call.
- Ringer
Select the ringer type that sounds when a Man down emergency call is received.
OFF: Turns OFF the ringer.
Pi: One high ring sounds once.
PiPi: Two high rings sound once.
PiRo: One high and one low ring sounds three times.
Pi/R: One high ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiPi/R: Two high rings repeatedly sound during the ringer repeat timer period.
PiRo/R:
One high and one low ring repeatedly sounds during the ringer repeat timer
period.
NOTE: Set the ringer repeat timer in the Digital Option sheet:
Digital > Option > Config > Ringer Repeat (Sec)

Radio (C) - Digital

The Ringer on Man Down
Receive sounds
Radio (E) - Digital

Radio (E) - Digital

Turn ON the power Turn OFF the power
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+ Radio (C) receives a Man Down Emergency call from Radio (E)
C When a man Down Emergency call is received:
Rings sounds.
The Busy Icon blinks.
The status message of Emergency Call Man Down and the calling station ID* are alternately
displayed.













* Depending on the preprogrammed settings of Individual ID List, the calling stations ID (or name)
can be displayed.

- Display Text (Only for the mobile radios)
Enter a status message of up to eight
characters to be displayed when a Man
Down Emergency call is received.


The Ringer on Man Down
Receive sounds


Radio (B) - Digital

Man Down Status
Busy Icon

Calling Stations ID
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4-5 Command Call

















4-5-1 Selecting the Operating Channels

Radio (E): IC-F4161DT
C Select the operating channel, which is set to the Digital mode, by using the Rotary Selector. (Select
Channel 1 on Radio (E) if using the IDAS_F4160D_1005_Demo.icf file.)

















Radio (B): IC-F6121D
C Select the operating channel, which is set to the Digital mode, by pushing the [CH Up] or [CH Down]
keys. (Select Channel 1 on Radio (B) if using the IDAS_F6120D_1002_Demo.icf file.)














Radio (E)
(Digital)
Radio (B)
(Digital)
Select the channel with
the Rotary Selector

Radio (E): CH-01
Digital Mode

Radio (B): CH-01
Digital Mode


Select the channel with the
[CH Up] or [CH Down] Key


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4-5-2 Select a Desired Individual ID

NOTE: The Remote monitor, Radio check or Status polling command is accessible only when Individual
is selected as the call type.

C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the digital application selection mode.
The Call Type momentarily
appears on the display, then
VOICE appears.





C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to return to the standby mode.






C Hold down [P0] Digital Button for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup,
and then automatically enter the application selection mode.
The Call Type momentarily appears on the
display, then VOICE appears.





C Push [P0] Digital Button to enter the Individual ID selection mode.
The ID Name (or ID number) appears on the display.




Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired ID from the Individual ID List.









C Push [P0] Digital Button again to enter the digital application selection mode.
VOICE is displayed.






Radio (E) - Digital

Push [P0] (Digital)

Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


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4-5-3 Status Request Call

+ Radio (E) transmit a Status Request call to Radio (B)
If the Poll TX feature is enabled, you can send a signal that causes the targeted station to
automatically transmit its current status.

Poll TX CS-F3160/F5060
Select "Enable to transmit a status request call.



NOTE: Follow the procedure of section 4-5-2 to select the desired Individual call ID and enter the digital
application selection mode.

C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to
select STAT POL






C Push [PTT] momentarily on Radio (E) to make a Status Request Call.







Current status and the calling station ID blink when a status call is received.





POL FAIL is displayed when no status call is received.






+ Radio (B) receives a Status Request call from Radio (E)
C When an individual call with Status Poll command is received (RAN code matching is not necessary,
depending on the presetting.):
The radio will automatically transmit current status.

Allow Status Poll CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Status Polling calls.


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


Status Message



Calling Stations Name

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4-5-4 Radio Check Call

+ Radio (E) transmit a Radio Check call to Radio (B)
If the Radio Check - TX feature is enabled, a radio check call allows you to determine whether the
targeted radio is turned on, within the communication range and on channel, without requiring any
action from the targeted station user.

Radio Check TX CS-F3160/F5060
Select "Enable to transmit Radio Check calls



NOTE: Follow the procedure in section 4-5-2 to select the desired Individual call ID and entering the
digital application selection mode.
C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select RADIOCHK







C Push [PTT] momentarily on Radio (E) to make a
Radio Check Call.
RDO CHK is displayed while transmitting.




NOTE: When the [PTT] button is pushed a long time, the target radio receives it as a voice call.
CHK ACK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.





CHK FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.
After a specified time period, Radio (E) will return to the standby mode.



+ Radio (B) receives a Radio Check call from Radio (E)
C When an individual call with Radio check command is received (RAN code matching is not
necessary, depending on the presetting.):
The radio will automatically transmit an acknowledgement

Radio Check RX CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Radio Check calls.


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


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4-5-5 Stun Call

+ Radio (E) transmit a Stun call to Radio (B)
If the Stun - TX feature is enabled, you can send a stun signal that will stun the targeted station.

- Stun Setting TX CS-F3160/F5060
- TX
Select "Enable to transmit Stun calls.
- Mode
Select the stun condition type for the stunned radio.
TX inhibit: Inhibit the stunned radio from transmitting.
TX & RX Inhibit: Inhibit the stunned radio from receiving and transmitting.
NOTE: The setting is for the radio sending the stun call, and the set function is reflected in the receiving
the stun call.

NOTE: Follow the procedure in section 4-5-2 for selecting the desired Individual call ID and entering the
digital application selection mode.
C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to
select STUN





C Push [PTT] momentarily on Radio (E) to make a Stun Call.
STN TX is displayed while transmitting.






STN ACK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.





STN FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.
After a specified time period, Radio (E) will return to the standby mode.





Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


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+ Radio (B) receives a Stun call from Radio (E)
C When an individual call with Stun
command is received (RAN code
matching is not necessary,
depending on the presetting.):
SORRY is displayed, and then
the radio will be disabled.
NOTE: Receiving a Revive call, or inputting the user password is necessary to operate the stunned radio
again.
The radio will automatically transmit an acknowledgement.
- Stun Call RX CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Stun calls.



- Stun Text (Only for the mobile radios) CS-F3100D/F5120D
Enter a stun text of up to eight characters.
The text is displayed when the radio is
disabled by receiving a Stun or Kill
command.

- Stun Cancel Type (Only for the mobile radios) CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select the requirement to restore normal
operation to the stunned radio.
Revive or Password: Receiving a revive
command or
inputting the user password is necessary.
Revive Only: Receiving a revive command is necessary.
NOTE for the portable radios: To restore normal operation to a stunned portable radio, receiving a
revive command is necessary, regardless of this setting.

Stun and Revive ID CS-F3100D/F5120D
If the radio receives a Stun or Revive call from a station
other than the specified ones, the call will be ignored,
and the radio will not be stunned or revived.
- Enabled
Select Enable to accept Stun and Revive calls only when
they are from a specified station.
NOTE: Specify a station in ID or ID for IDAS-Trunk.
- ID
Enter an ID between 1 and 65519 to specify a station from which the radio can accept Stun calls
and Revive calls.
- ID for IDAS-Trunk (Only for the LMR model)
This setting is only for IDAS- Trunk operation.
Enter an ID between 1 and 2000 to specify a station from which the radio can accept Stun calls
and Revive calls.

Radio (B) - Digital

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4-5-6 Revive Call

+ Radio (E) transmits a Revive call to Radio (B)
If the Revive - TX feature is enabled, you can send a revive signal that will revive the targeted station.



Revive Setting TX CS-F3160/F5060
Select "Enable to transmit Revive calls.

NOTE: Follow the procedure in section 4-5-2 to select the desired
Individual call ID and enter the digital application selection mode.


C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select REVIVE









C Momentarily push [PTT] on Radio (E) to make a Revive Call.
REV TX is displayed while transmitting.







REV ACK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.






REV FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.






After a specified time period, Radio (E) will return to the standby mode.






Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


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+ Radio (B) receives a Revive call from Radio (E)
C When an individual call with a Revive command is received (RAN code matching is not necessary,
depending on the presetting.):
Radio (B), the stunned radio, will be restored to normal operation.
The radio will automatically transmit an acknowledgement

Revive Call RX CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Revive calls.



+ Enter the user password to revive Radio (B)
C Hold down [ ] for 1 second to turn OFF the power.






C Hold down [ ] for 1 second to turn ON the power.
C The user password is prompted for at this time, so input the password.



NOTE: The keys shown below can be used for password input. The radio detects numbers in the
same block as identical. Therefore 01234 and 56789 are the same.






C After inputting 6 digits of a user password:
The PASSWORD indication
disappears.
The display changes to the
channel name.
NOTE: If the PASSWORD indication does not disappear after inputting 6 digits, the input code
number may be incorrect. Turn OFF the power and re-enter your password.

Security CS-F3100D/F5120D
When the radio is turned ON, the user will be prompted for
the user password.
- User Password
Enter the 6-digit user password.
- PWR ON Password
Turn the Power ON Password function ON.
NOTE: The power Password setting is turned OFF in the provided icf files.


Hold down [ ] for 1 second
to turn OFF the power

Radio (D) - Digital

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4-5-7 Kill Call

+ Radio (E) transmit a Kill call to Radio (B)
If the Kill - TX feature is enabled, you can send a kill signal that will kill the targeted station.

Stun Setting TX CS-F3160/F5060
Select "Enable to transmit Kill calls.




NOTE: Follow the procedure in section 4-5-2 to select the desired Individual call ID and enter the digital
application selection mode.

C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select KILL









C Momentarily push [PTT] on Radio (E) to make a Kill Call.
KIL TX is displayed while transmitting.





KIL ACK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.






KIL FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.
After a specified time period, Radio (E) will return to the standby mode.






Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or
[CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


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+ Radio (B) receives a Kill call from Radio (E)

- Kill Call RX CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Kill calls.



When an individual call with a Kill command is received (RAN code
matching is not necessary, depending on the presetting):
SORR Y is displayed, and then the radio will be disabled.

NOTE: Reprogramming the radio is necessary to operate the radio again.
The radio will automatically transmit an acknowledgement.

Kill ID CS-F3100D/F5120D
If the radio receives a Kill call from a station other than the specified
ones, the call will be ignored, and the radio will not be killed.

- Enabled
Select Enable to accept Kill calls only when they are from a specified station.
NOTE: Specify a station in ID or ID for IDAS-Trunk.
- ID
Enter an ID between 1 and 65519 to specify a station from which the radio can accept Kill calls.

- ID for IDAS-Trunk (For only the LMR model) CS-F3100D/F5120D
This setting is only for IDAS- Trunk operation.
Enter an ID between 1 and 2000 to specify a station
from which the radio can accept Stun calls and Revive
calls.



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4-5-8 Remote Monitor

+ Radio (E) transmit a Remote Monitor call to Radio (B)
If the Remote Monitor - TX feature is enabled, you can send a remote monitor command that require
the receive side radio to automatically transmit the microphone audio.
NOTE: To use the function, the HM-148G or HM-152 hand microphone is required.


Remote Monitor TX CS-F3160/F5060
Select "Enable to transmit Remote Monitor calls.



NOTE: Follow the procedure in section 4-5-2 to select the desired Individual call ID and enter the digital
application selection mode.

C Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select REM MON









C Push [PTT] on Radio (E) to make a Remote Monitor Call.
REM TX is displayed while transmitting.









REM ACK is displayed when an acknowledgement is received.






Receives the microphone audio from the target radio for the set time
period.





Radio (E) - Digital

Push [CH Up] or [CH Down]


Radio (E) - Digital

Push [PTT]


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Remote Monitor TX Timer (sec) CS-F3160/F5060
Set the desired time period the radio will automatically transmit its
microphone audio after receiving a Remote Monitor call.



NOTE: The setting is for the transmit side radio and the set function is reflected to the receive side
radio.


Current status and the calling station ID blink when the remote monitor
Time period is over.





o REM FAIL is displayed when no acknowledgement is received.






After a specified time period, Radio (E) will return to the standby mode.






+ Radio (B) receives a Remote Monitor call from Radio (E)

- Remote Monitor RX CS-F3100D/F5120D
Select Enable to receive Remote Monitor calls.



C When an individual call with Remote Monitor command is received (RAN code matching is not
necessary, depending on the presetting):
The radio will automatically transmit an acknowledgement.
The microphone audio is automatically transmitted for the set time period.











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O Key Assign
Assign one of these functions to each programmable key.
Announce (Only for the portable radios)
Push to turn the Channel Announce function ON or OFF.
When this function is turned ON, the radio will announce the channel number when you rotate
[Rotary Selector] to a desired channel.
Call
Push to transmit a 2/5-tone ID code that is programmed in the operating channel.
Call A (Code 1)/Call B (Code 2) (Only for the LMR model)
While in analog mode operation, push to transmit a 2-tone code as station code, that is
programmed in the channel 1 (Code A) or channel 2 (Code B) in the 2-Tone Code CH sheet.
Call A (Code 30)/Call B (Code 29) (Only for the PMR model)
While in analog mode operation, push to transmit a 5-tone code as the station code, that is
programmed in the channel 30 (Code A) or channel 29 (Code B) in the 5-Tone TX Code CH sheet.
CH Up/Down (Only for the mobile radios)
- Push to select a channel.
- After pushing specific keys, push to select an option.
C.Tone CH Ent (Only for the mobile radios) (Analog or mixed mode operation only)
Push to enter the continuous tone selection mode. Then select the continuous tone frequency or
DTCS code using [CH Up] or [CH Down].
The selected channel remains set as the continuous tone channel until another channel is
designated as such.
Digital Button (Only for the mobile radios)
- Push to enter the digital application selection mode.
- Hold down for 1 second to toggle the call type between Individual and Talkgroup, then
automatically enter the application selection mode.
- Push to enter the Individual or Talkgroup ID selection mode from the application selection mode.
If "STATUS" or "MSG" is selected as the application, the message selection mode appears. After
selecting a message, push again to enter the Individual or Talkgroup ID selection mode.
- Hold down for 1 second to return to the standby mode.
Disable (Assignable to only [Ext.Emer])
Disables [Ext.Emer].
When the microphone that has a monaural-plug, but no emergency key, is connected to the radio,
BE SURE to assign "Disable" to [Ext.Emer].
DTMF Autodial
<For the mobile radios>
Push to enter the DTMF channel selection mode. Then select a DTMF channel using [CH Up] or [CH
Down].
After selecting the DTMF channel, push again to transmit the selected DTMF code.
<For the portable radios>
Push to transmit the DTMF code of the No.1 line on the DTMF Autodial sheet.
NOTE: Configure a DTMF code to transmit in the DTMF Autodial sheet;
DTMF > DTMF Autodial > Code

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Emergency
Hold down during the Emergency SW ON timer period to turn the Emergency function ON.
After the Start or Repeat timer period ends, an Emergency call is automatically transmitted once,
or repeatedly.
Hold down during the Emergency SW OFF timer period to cancel the Emergency function, before
transmitting an Emergency call.
NOTE: Set the related settings in the Emergency Setting sheet;
Emergency > Setting
Encryption
<For the mobile radios>
Push to turn the Encryption function ON or OFF.
<For the portable radios>
- Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the Encryption function.
- Push to turn OFF the Encryption function.
Ext. CH Sel Mode (Only for the mobile radios)
- Push to turn the Ext. CH Select function ON or OFF.
When the function is turned ON, memory channels can be selected by only an external input.
When the function is turned OFF, memory channels cannot be selected by an external input.
NOTE:
- This function is activated when the external unit, such as a dimmer control is connected to the
radio with the OPC-1939/2078 ACC CABLE.
- To use the function, assign "MCH Select:1 to 4" to any pins, in the Port Setting sheet:
External I/O > Port Setting > Input > Function
High/Low
Push to change the output power.
NOTE:
- Set the user selectable settings for each channel in the Zone sheet:
Memory CH > Zone > RF PWR
- Select whether [High/Low] selects the output power temporarily, or permanently, in the Key &
Display sheet:
Common > Key & Display > RF Power Selection > RF Power
Hook Scan (Only for the mobile radios)
When On Hook (Scan) is set to "ON" in the Key & Display sheet, push this key to disables the ON
Hook Scan function temporarily.
Push this key again to enables the function.
ID-MR Select (Only for the PMR model mobile radios)
- Push to recall the received ID code. Up to 5 codes can be memorized, and select a desired one
using [CH Up] or [CH Down].
- Hold down for 1 second to clear the selected ID code.
Light (Only for the mobile radios)
Push to turn the backlight ON for about 5 seconds, when Backlight is set to "OFF" in the Set Mode
sheet.
Lock
Hold down for 1 second to turn the Key Lock function ON or OFF.
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Lone Worker
<For the mobile radios>
Push to turn the Lone Worker function ON or OFF.
<For the portable radios>
- Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the Lone Worker function.
- Push to turn OFF the Lone Worker function.
If no operation occurs during the specified period, the Lone Worker function automatically makes
the radio enter the emergency mode.
NOTE: To use the Lone Worker function, set the related settings in the Emergency Setting sheet;
Emergency > Setting > Lone Worker Timer
Moni (Only for the LMR model)
Push to turn the CTCSS (DTCS) or 2-tone squelch mute ON or OFF.
While holding down this key, the radio opens any squelch, or releases any mute.
Moni (Audi) (Only for the PMR model)
- Push, or hold down to activate one or two functions programmed in the Zone sheet;
Memory CH > Zone > Switch Action > Moni
- While holding down this key, the C.Tone (CTCSS or DTCS) mute is released.
MR-CH 1/2/3/4
Push to select memory channel 1, 2, 3 or 4, if programmed.
Null
No function.
Phone (Only for the LMR model)
This key is for IDAS-Trunk operation.
Push to connect or disconnect the telephone network connection.
Power OFF Emergency (Only for the mobile radios)
While holding down this key, turn the radio OFF to activate the Power OFF Emergency function.
This function makes the radio transmit emergency calls, even though it appears to be powered OFF.
When the function is activated, any key operation, hanger action and Lone Worker function become
invalid, as well as the LED and speaker becomes the same condition as being powered OFF.
On the other hand, the radio can transmit emergency calls according to the emergency settings,
and the Ambience Listening function is also operable, if it is programmed.
To cancel the function and restore the radio, turn the radio's power ON.
Prio A/Prio B
Push to select the Priority A or Priority B channel.
Prio A (Rewrite)/Prio B (Rewrite)
- Push to select the Priority A or Priority B channel.
- Hold down for 1 second to assign the operating channel to the Priority A or Priority B channel,
respectively.
Re-dial
Push to transmit the last-transmitted DTMF code.
NOTE: TX memories are cleared after turning the radio OFF.

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Scan Add/Del (Tag) (Only for the mobile radios)
- Push to add a channel to, or delete it from the current scan group.
1. Push to display the scan group, and then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired group.
2. Push to add or delete the channel to or from the selected scan group.
3. Hold down for 1 second to exit the scan group selection mode.
- Push this key while a scan is paused by detecting a signal on a channel (except for primary or
secondary channel), and then the channel is removed from the scan group.
When Nuisance Delete is set to "ON," the removed channel is automatically added to the scan
group again, after the scan is cancelled.
Scan > Scan Setting > Nuisance Delete
Scan Start/Stop
- Push to start and cancel scanning operation.
While a scan started with the Power ON Scan or Auto Scan function, push to cancel the scanning
operation. The cancelled scan resumes after the specified time period, depending on the Auto
Reset setting in the Zone sheet.
- Hold down this key for 1 second to display a scan group, and then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to
select a group.
When Mode Dependent Scan is set to "ON," the user cannot enter the scan group selection mode
on the channels whose Sel Inh setting is set to "i: Scan List Select = Inhibit."
Memory CH > Zone > Scan List > Sel Inh
SCAN > Scan Setting > Mode Dependent Scan
Siren
Hold down for 1 second to emit a siren sound.
This function can be used for situations other than an emergency alert, such as a security alarm, for
example.
The radio emits the siren sound until the power is turned OFF.
Sp. Func 1/2
These keys are reserved for future functions.
Status Up/Down (Only for the mobile radios)
- During the standby mode, push to display the transmit status and select a status number.
- When a received SDM (Short Data Message) is displayed, push to cancel the automatic scroll and
scroll the message manually.
- When an SDM that contains more than 12 characters is displayed, push to scroll the message
manually.
Surveillance
<For the mobile radios>
Push to turn the Surveillance function ON or OFF.
<For the portable radios>
- Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the Surveillance function.
- Push to turn OFF the Surveillance function.
When this function is turned ON, the beep is not heard and the backlight and the LED indicator do
not light, even when a signal is received, or a key is pushed.

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Talk Around
<For the mobile radios>
Push to turn the Talk Around function ON or OFF.
<For the portable radios>
- Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the Talk Around function.
- Push to turn OFF the Talk Around function.
The Talk Around function equalizes the transmit frequency to the receive frequency, for radio-to-
radio communication.
Tone/RAN CH Select (Only for the mobile radios)
- While in analog mode operation, push to enter the continuous tone channel selection mode. Then
select a desired tone frequency/code setting using [CH Up] or [CH Down]. After the selection, push
this key again to set it.
- While in digital mode operation, push to enter the RAN channel selection mode. Then select a
desired RAN code using [CH Up] or [CH Down]. After the selection, push this key again to set.
- While in mixed (digital and analog) mode operation, push to enter the continuous tone channel
selection mode. Then select a desired tone frequency/code setting by pushing [CH Up] or [CH
Down]. After the selection, push this key to set it. After that, RAN channel selection mode appears.
Select a desired RAN code by pushing [CH Up] or [CH Down]. After the selection, push this key
again to set it.
TX Code CH Select (Only for the mobile radios)
- Push to enter the TX code channel selection mode.
1. Push [TX Code CH Select] to enter the TX code channel selection mode.
2. Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired TX code channel.
3. After selecting, push [TX Code CH Select] to store the setting and return to the standby mode.
- During TX code selection mode, hold down this key for 1 second to enter the TX code edit mode
(5-tone).
(Only for the PMR model)
1. Push [TX Code CH Select] to enter the TX code channel selection mode.
2. Hold down [TX Code CH Select] for 1 second to enter the TX code edit mode.
3. Push [TX Code CH Select] to select the desired digit to be edited.
4. Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired digit.
5. Push [TX Code CH Select] to set it. The digit to the right will automatically blink.
6. Repeat step 4 and step 5 to input all editable digits.
7. After editing, push [TX Code CH Select] to store the setting and return to the standby mode.
NOTE: Set the user editable digits in the Input Digit setting in the 5-Tone TX Code CH sheet.
TX Code CH Up/Down (Only for the PMR model mobile radios)
- Push to select a TX code channel*.
* Selectable channel can be specified in the 5-Tone TX Code CH sheet.
- Push to set the desired digit during the TX code edit mode.
TX Code CH UP/DN (Only for the LMR model mobile radios)
Push to select a TX code channel.

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TX Code Enter (Only for the PMR model mobile radios)
Push to enter the TX code edit mode (5-tone).
1. Push [TX Code Enter] to enter the TX code edit mode.
2. Push [TX Code Enter] to select the desired digit to be edited.
3. Push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired digit.
4. Push [TX Code Enter] to set. The digit to the right will automatically blink.
5. Repeat step 3 and step 4 to input all editable digits.
6. After editing, push [TX Code Enter] to store the setting and return to the standby mode.
NOTE : Set the user editable digits in the Input Digit setting in the 5-Tone TX Code CH sheet.
User Set Mode (Only for the mobile radios)
- Hold down for 1 second to enter the User Set mode.
The User Set mode is used for programming infrequently changed values or conditions of
functions without PC programming.
- In the User Set mode, push this key momentarily to select an item, and then push [CH Up] or [CH
Down] to change the value or setting.
- Hold down for 1 second again to exit the User Set mode.
Wide/Narrow (Analog mode operation only)
<For the mobile radios>
Push to switch the channel width to Wide or Narrow.
<For the portable radios>
- Push to switch the channel width to Wide.
- Hold down for 1 second to switch the channel width to Narrow.
NOTE for the PMR model:
Select the "Wide" channel width between 25.0 (Wide) and 20.0 (Middle) kHz in the Common
sheet;
Common > Common > Others > Wide Band Width
Zone (Only for the mobile radios)
Push to enter the zone selection mode, and then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select a desired
zone.


















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