GMRS-V1 GMRS Transceiver with Scanning Receiver User Manual GMRS-V1x BTECH (BaoFeng Tech)

BTECH (BaoFeng Tech) GMRS Transceiver with Scanning Receiver

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Copyright © 2016 by BTECH
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or
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other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the
publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and
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requests, write to the publisher.
Contributions taken from: Miklor.com Resource Site, and Jim Unroe, KC9HI. Used by
permission. All rights reserved.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE OF THE GMRS-V1. THIS GMRS
RADIO (WITH UHF/VHF SCANNER CHANNELS) WILL DELIVER
YOU SECURE INSTANT RELIABLE COMMUNICATION.
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
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Table of Contents
Part I. Getting started
Chapter 1. - Initial setup
Safety Information
Features and Functions
What's in the box
Assembly
Antenna
Belt clip
Battery
Charging and battery maintenance
Charging
Battery Maintenance
Chapter 2. - Getting to know your radio
The main display
Battery Level Indicator
Status LED
Side key 1 / [F]
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Side key 2 / [M]
VFO / MR – How to Switch
Dual Push-To-Talk
Numeric keypad
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Pound # Key
Star * Key
Zero 0 Key
Menu and function keys
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Accessory jack
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Chapter 3. - Basic Use
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Turning the unit on
Turning the unit off
Adjusting the volume
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Power and volume
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Making a call
Channel selection
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Frequency Scan Only (VFO) mode
Channel (MR) mode
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Chapter 4. - GMRS Information and FCC Declaration
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GMRS Repeaters
FCC NOTICE AND DECLARATION
FCC LICENSE REQUIRED FOR GMRS OPERATION
GMRS Frequency Chart, Channel Guide
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Part II. Advanced topics
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Chapter 5. - Working the menu system
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Chapter 6. - Scanning
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Time operation
Carrier operation
Search operation
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Basic use
Using Short-cuts
Scanning modes
SKIP Scanning Channels
Tone Scanning
Scanning for CTCSS and DCS Tones/Codes
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Chapter 7. - Dual Watch
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Chapter 8. - DTMF
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Chapter 9. - Selective calling
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Chapter 10. - Customization
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Chapter 11. – Programming Scanning Channels
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CTCSS
DCS
Tone-burst
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Display
Single or Dual PTT
Display Sync
Power-on message
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Manual programming
Adding Scanning Channels
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Computer programming
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Appendix A. - Troubleshooting
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Appendix B. - Menu definitions
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Appendix C. - Technical specifications
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General
Transmitter
Receiver
DCS table
CTCSS table
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Part I. Getting started
Part one covers the basic setup and use of your hand-held two-way
transceiver.
C HAPTER 1 INITIAL SETUP
C HAPTER 2 G ETTING TO KNOW YOUR RADIO
C HAPTER 3 B ASIC U SE
C HAPTER 4 GMRS INFORMATION AND FCC D ECLARATION
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Chapter 1. - Initial setup
Safety Information
The following safety precautions should always be observed during operation, service and
repair of this equipment.
• Qualified technicians shall service this equipment only.
• Do not modify the radio for any reason.
• Use only BTECH supplied or approved batteries and chargers.
• Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna
comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.
• Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with explosive and flammable materials.
• Do not charge your battery in a location with explosive and flammable materials.
• To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your radio
in any area where posted notices instruct you to do so.
• Turn off your radio before boarding an aircraft; any use of a radio must be in accordance
with airline regulations or crew instructions.
• Turn off your radio before entering a blasting area.
• For vehicles with an air bag, do not place a radio in the area over an air bag or in the air
bag deployment area.
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Do not expose the radio to direct sunlight over a long time, nor place it close to heating
source.
When transmitting with a portable radio, hold the radio in a vertical position with the
microphone 3 to 4 centimeters away from your lips. Keep antenna at least 2.5
centimeters away from your body when transmitting.
If you wear a radio on your body, ensure the radio and its antenna are at least 2.5
centimeters away from your body when transmitting.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
Your BTECH radio is designed to comply with the following national and international standards and guidelines
regarding exposure of human being to radio frequency electromagnetic energy:
- United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations: 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer (IEEE) C95. 1-1999 Edition
- National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) of the
United States, Report 86, 1986
- International Commission on Non-lonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1998
To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the occupied or controlled environment exposure
limits, transmit no more than 50% of the time. The radio generates measurable RF energy exposure only when
transmitting.
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Features and Functions
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GMRS Transceiver & UHF/VHF Scanner
High Capacity Lithium-Ion battery
50 CTCSS tones and 346 (Normal and
Inverted) DCS codes.
Alarm function.
High low power, selectable.
Function beep on the keyboard.
Frequency step (for scanner):
selectable from: 2.5K | 5.0K | 6.25K |
10.0K | 12.5K | 20.0K | 25.0K | 50.0K
Battery saving function
Scan mode
Built in CTCSS/DCS tones
PC programmable.
Cross-band reception.
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DTMF encoder.
Broadcast FM receiver 65-108 MHz
VOX (voice activated transmit).
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Up to 128 named memory channels.
Tri Color Display
Dual watch / Dual reception.
Transmission time-out timer.
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Busy channel lock out
LED flashlight.
Ten (10) levels of Squelch adjustment.
“Roger Beep”.
Keypad lock
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What's in the box
This transceiver comes shipped with the following items in the box:
• GMRS-V1 Radio Body
• 1800mAh Lithium-Ion battery pack
• Antenna
• Desk charger (With wall-wart)
• Optional belt clip
• Optional wrist-strap
• Dual PTT Earpiece
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Assembly
Before the radio is ready for use we need to attach the antenna and battery pack, as well as
charge the battery.
Antenna
This transceiver is fitted with a Male SMA connector. To mount
your antenna (Female SMA connector), align the two connectors
and turn clockwise until it stops.
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Do not over-tighten your antenna to avoid damage to the connectors.
When installing the antenna, don't grip it by the top. Grip by the base and turn.
If you use an external antenna, make sure the SWR is about 1.5:1 or lower to avoid
damage to the transceiver.
Do not hold the antenna with your hand while transmitting.
Never transmit without an antenna.
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Belt clip
At the back of the radio there are two parallel screws mounted
above the battery, remove these and thread them through the
holes on the belt clip as you screw them back into the radio body.
Do not use any form of glue to fix the screws on the battery
clip. The solvents in the glue may cause damage to the
battery casing.
Battery
Before attaching or removing the battery make sure your radio is turned off by turning the
power/volume knob all the way counter-clockwise.
Installation
Make sure the battery is aligned in parallel with the radio
body with the lower edge of the battery about 1-2cm below
the edge of the radio.
Once aligned with the guide-rails, slide the battery upward
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until you hear a click as the battery locks in place.
Removal
To remove the battery: press the battery releases on the sides of the battery pack as you slide
the battery downward.
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Charging and battery maintenance
Charging
Battery should be fully charged before initial use. Optimum battery efficiency will be
achieved after the three full battery charge and discharge cycles.
Follow these steps to hook up and use the charger:
1. Plug the DC connector of the power adaptor into the charger base.
2. Plug the AC connector of the power adaptor into a main AC wall outlet.
3. Place the radio in the charging slot on the charger.
4. Make sure the radio is making contact with the charger. When the red LED comes on
steady, your radio is charging.
5. The radio is fully charged once the charger's green status LED goes steady. Please
remove the radio at that time to avoid over-charging your battery.
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Table 1.1. Charger LED codes
Red LED
Green LED
Status
Flashing
Flashing
Standby (charger empty) or
charge complete
Steady
Off
Charging
Off
Steady
Charge complete.
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The charger and battery are fitted with matching notches so that you can charge your
battery on its own! Practical if you have two batteries. That way you can charge one
battery while still using your radio.
Radio should be turned OFF during charge cycle
Battery Maintenance
The battery for your radio comes uncharged from the factory; please let it charge for at least
four to five hours before you start using your radio.
• Use only batteries approved by the original manufacturer.
• Never attempt to disassemble your battery pack.
• Do not expose your batteries to fire or intense heat
• Dispose of batteries in accordance with local recycling regulations. Batteries do not
belong in your trashcan!
Prolonging the life of your battery
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Only charge batteries in normal room temperatures.
When charging a battery attached to the radio, turn the radio off for a faster charge.
Do not unplug the power to the charger or remove the battery and/or radio before it's
finished charging.
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Never charge a wet battery.
Batteries wear out over time. If you notice a considerably shorter operating time with
your radio, please consider purchasing a new battery.
Battery performance will be reduced in temperatures below freezing. When working in
cold environments, keep a spare battery on you. Preferably inside your jacket or in a
similar location in order to keep the battery warm.
Dust can interfere with the contacts on the battery. If necessary wipe the contacts with a
clean cloth to ensure proper contact with radio and charger.
If your battery has become wet, remove it from the radio, wipe it dry with a towel and
put it in a plastic bag with a handful of dry rice. Tie the bag up and let it sit over night.
The rice will absorb any remaining moisture in the battery.
This method is only effective against minor splashes (light rain for instance). A soaked
radio may very well be beyond repair.
Storage
Partially charge your battery before long-term storage in order to prevent damage from overdischarge. While lead acid must always be kept at full charge during storage, this radio uses a
lithium-based battery and should be stored at around a 40 percent charge. This level minimizes
age-related capacity loss while keeping the battery in operating condition and allowing selfGMRS-V1
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discharge.
To avoid severe capacity degradation of your battery while in long-term storage, please cycle
the battery at least every six (6) months.
Store your batteries in a cool and dry place, never above normal room temperatures.
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Chapter 2. - Getting to know your radio
Figure 2.1. BTECH GMRS-V1, overview
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1.
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15.
Antenna, see the section called “Assembly” for details.
Two-line LCD
Keypad
Power / Volume knob, usage discussed in the section called “Power and volume”.
LED flashlight - See the section called “Side key 2 - MONI (Monitor and Flashlight)” for
more information.
Speaker
Microphone
Battery release latch
PTT A key, usage discussed in the section called “Dual Push-to-Talk”.
PTT B key, usage discussed in the section called “Dual Push-to-Talk”.
Side Key 1 / [F]
Side Key 2 / [M]
Strap Buckle
Accessory jack
Status LEDs
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The main display
Figure 2.2. BTECH GMRS-V1, display
The transceiver is fitted with a seven character by two line dot matrix alphanumeric LCD, with auxiliary
icons for miscellaneous features.
Table 2.1. LCD icon summary
Icon
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Description
Memory channel
25, 75 Least significant modifiers.
Icon
Description
Repeater Reverse enabled
Narrowband enabled
CT
CTCSS enabled
Battery level indicator
DCS
DCS enabled
Keypad lock enabled
+, S
Repeater Offset Enabled
Dual watch enabled
VOX
VOX enabled
Low Power Enabled
When not displayed, high power is active
Indicates active band or channel
Squelch Open/ Close Indicator
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Even though it is a seven character by two-line display, channel memories are only
configurable to six character names.
Battery Level Indicator
When the battery level indicator reads
the battery is depleted. At this point the radio will start
beeping periodically as well as flash the backlight of the display and when voice prompts are
enabled, a "Low Voltage" announcement will be heard, indicating that you need to change your
battery or put your radio in the charger.
To get an Accurate Voltage reading you Press and Hold
button (for about 2 seconds), the
display will show the current voltage capacity of the battery
Status LED
The status LED has a very simple and traditional design. When you receive a signal it turns
green, when you transmit it turns red, and it's off in standby.
Side key 1 / [F]
Press [F] momentarily to start the broadcast FM receiver. Another momentary press turns the
broadcast FM receiver off. If a signal is received on the active frequency or channel while you
are listening to the broadcast FM, the receiver will open squelch to that frequency (as if
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scanning) and remain there until the signal goes away; it will then switch back to broadcast FM.
Press and hold [F] to activate the alarm function. Press [F] (a short press) again to turn it off.
To send out a tone (more details in the section called “Tone-burst”.) Press the [F] key while
holding down the PTT.
Side key 2 / [M]
Press [M] momentarily to turn on the LED flashlight. Another momentary press will flash the
LED. Another momentary press turns the flashlight off.
Press and hold [M] to monitor the signal. This will open up the squelch so you can listen to the
unfiltered signal.
VFO / MR – How to Switch
To switch your radio to Frequency (VFO) mode; you turn the radio OFF, then Press and Hold
button while powering ON.
To save frequencies to channel memory you must be in Frequency (VFO) mode.
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Dual Push-To-Talk
The GMRS-V1 includes a Dual PTT Key/ Rocker Switch. You can communicate with other parties
effortlessly by pressing the PTT rocker key upwards to transmit on Channel A (the upper
display), or by pressing the PTT rocker key downwards to transmit on Channel B (the lower
display).
The GMRS-V1 allows syncing the rocker switch as a single push-to-talk button (refer to Menu
Option ? for more details).
Numeric keypad
The BTECH GMRS-V1 hand-held transceiver comes standard with a full numeric keypad.
Figure 2.3. BTECH GMRS-V1, keypad
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The numeric keys have their secondary function printed on them (in reality it's rather menu
short-cuts, more on that in Chapter 4, Working the menu system).
The
, and
keys also serve as scan, keypad lock, and Voltage display respectively.
Pound # Key
In channel mode,
also acts as a transmit power shift key. While in channel mode,
momentarily press
to change between High and Low transmit power. Do note that this is
does not alter the transmit power stored to memory for that channel; it only affects the current
session. Switching to another channel or another operating mode (including broadcast FM) will
reset transmit power to what's stored in channel memory.
Keypad Lock
The BTECH GMRS-V1 features a keypad lock that locks out all keys except for the three side
keys.
To enable or disable the keypad lock, press and hold the
key for about two seconds.
You can also enable so that the radio automatically locks the keypad after ten seconds from the
menu, see Chapter 5, Working the menu system
Star * Key
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A short momentary press of the key enables the reverse function.
When listening to broadcast FM a momentary press will start the scanning. Scanning in
broadcast FM will stop as soon as an active station is found, regardless of scanner resume
method.
To enable the scanner, press and hold the
Scanning for details.
key for about two seconds. See Chapter 6,
Zero 0 Key
The BTECH GMRS-V1 features a battery voltage meter that the current voltage of the battery on
the display
To see the voltage displayed, press and hold the
key for about two seconds.
Menu and function keys
The
key, used to enter the menu and confirm menu options.
The
and
keys are used to navigate through the menu as well as select channels and step
up or down in frequency (depending on operating mode).
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The
key is used to exit menus and cancel menu options.
The
key a l s o switches between A (upper) and B (lower) displays. The frequency or
channel on the selected display becomes the active listening and transmit frequency or
channel.
When listening to broadcast FM, the
bands.
key switches between 65-75 MHz and 76-108 MHz
For a more in-depth explanation on how to work the menu see Chapter 5, Working the menu
system.
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Accessory jack
The accessory jack on the BTECH GMRS-V1 is a Kenwood compatible two (2)-pin design.
Figure 2.4. Typical 2 pin Kenwood headset configuration.
•
•
•
To attach accessories such as headsets, speaker-mics or programming cables, align the connectors and
push in fully.
The fit isn't always perfect on cheap or clone cables and connectors and may require a bit of force to
wiggle them in completely.
Make sure the radio is off before attaching any accessories.
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Chapter 3. - Basic Use
Power and volume
Before we turn the power on, make sure you have attached the battery and antenna as
described in Chapter 1, Initial setup.
Turning the unit on
To turn the unit on, simply rotate the volume/power knob clockwise
until you hear a "click". If your radio powers on correctly there should be
an audible double beep after about one second and the display will
show a message or flash the LCD depending on settings for about one
second (see “38 PONMSG - Power On Message” in Appendix B, Menu
definitions). Then it will display a frequency or channel. If the Voice
prompt is enabled, the voice will announce "frequency mode" or
"channel mode".
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Figure 3.1. First power-on, display
You can get additional information about your radio by holding down miscellaneous keys
as you turn it on.
Turning the unit off
Turn the volume/power knob counter-clockwise until you hear a "click". The unit is now off.
Adjusting the volume
To turn up the volume, turn the volume/power knob clockwise.
To turn the volume down, turn the volume/power knob counter-clockwise. Be careful not to
turn it too far, as you may inadvertently turn your radio off.
By using the monitor function, enabled from the Side key [M]; you can more easily adjust
your volume by adjusting it to the un-squelched static.
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Making a call
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the radio body to transmit (upwards for CHANNEL
A; downwards for CHANNEL B). While transmitting, speak approximately 3-5cm from the
microphone. When you release the PTT your transceiver will go back to receive mode.
Channel selection
There are two modes of operation: Frequency Scan Only (VFO) mode, and Channel / Memory
(MR) mode.
For normal use, Channel (MR) mode is going to be a whole lot more practical than Frequency
(VFO) mode. However, Frequency (VFO) mode is very handy for experimentation on scanning or
receive-only channels. Frequency (VFO) mode is also used for programming scanner channels into
memory. For details on how to program your transceiver see Chapter 11, Programming.
Ultimately which mode you end up using will depend entirely on your needs.
Frequency Scan Only (VFO) mode
You can only listen and receive while in VFO mode.
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In Frequency (VFO) mode you can navigate up and down the band by using the
and
keys. Each press will increment or decrement your frequency according to the frequency step
you've set your transceiver to. For details on how to set the frequency step on your
transceiver see Chapter 5, Working the menu system and the section called “1 STEP - Frequency
Step” in Appendix B, Menu definitions.
You can also input frequencies directly on your numeric keypad with kilohertz accuracy. However,
the radio will floor to the nearest frequency that corresponds to your frequency step, in other
words, when you input frequencies with greater than 1kHz resolution (such as 145.6875 MHz in
the example below), always round your input up.
The following example assumes the use of a 12.5kHz frequency step.
Example 3.1. Entering the frequency 145.6875 MHz
1. Turn the radio OFF, then Press and Hold the
button while powering ON to switch to
Frequency (VFO) mode
2. Enter
on the numeric keypad, it should look something like this:
Figure 3.2. Half-entered frequency input.
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3. Now, for the final four digits. Note that you can only enter three decimals on the
keypad, if you type 687 it wont work. So how do you get the fourth and final digit 5 in
there? By rounding 145.6875 up to 145.6880 MHz, an alternative is entering 145.675,
and then pressing the
key once to move it up to 145.6875.
Enter
on the numeric keypad, if all went well the display should look
something like this:
Figure 3.3. Successful frequency input
However, it is legal in most jurisdictions to listen. Contact your local regulatory body for further
information on what laws, rules and regulations apply to your area.
Channel (MR) mode
The use of Channel (MR) mode is the main mode of the GMRS-V1. Here you will have access to
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the preprogrammed GMRS channels, as well as modifying the privacy tones (CTCSS and DCS)
and power levels of the channels. To find out more on how to program additional scanner
channels see Chapter 11, Programming.
If you have channels programmed with Transmit power set to Low, you can use the
key to switch over to high power if you're having trouble getting through.
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Chapter 4. - GMRS Information and FCC
Declaration
GMRS Repeaters
The channels that are labeled "REPT" run through repeaters that are set up for GMRS usage. Use
these channels if you have permission from those that run your local repeater for GMRS
channels.
FCC NOTICE AND DECLARATION
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation
The scanning receiver in this equipment is incapable of tuning, or readily altered, by the user to
operate within the frequency bands allocated to the Domestic public Cellular
Telecommunications Service in Part 22
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FCC LICENSE REQUIRED FOR GMRS OPERATION
The GMRS-V1 operates on GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) frequencies, which require an
FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license. You must be licensed prior to transmitting
on all channels, which comprise of GMRS channels. Serious penalties could result for unlicensed
use of GMRS channels, in violation of FCC rules, as stipulated in the Communications Act's
Sections 501 and 502 (amended).
You will be issued a call sign by the FCC, which should be used for station identification when
operating the radio on GMRS channels. You should also cooperate by engaging in permissible
transmissions only, avoiding channel interference with other GMRS users, and being prudent
with the length of their transmission time.
To obtain a license or ask questions about the license application, contact the FCC at 1-888-CALL
FCC or go to the FCC's website: http://www.fcc.gov and request form 605.
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Part II. Advanced topics
Part two covers the more advanced topics, such as customization and
programming via computer link.
C HAPTER 5 W ORKING THE MENU SYSTEM
C HAPTER 5 S CANNING
C HAPTER 7 D UAL W ATCH
C HAPTER 8 DTMF
C HAPTER 9 S ELECTIVE CALLING
C HAPTER 10 C USTOMIZATION
C HAPTER 11 P ROGRAMMING S CANNING C HANNELS
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Chapter 5. - Working the menu system
For a complete reference on available menu items and parameters, see Appendix B, Menu
definitions.
You can modify the follow information on the GMRS channels on the fly to suit your
current needs: TXP (Power), CTCSS, DCS, Scan Add
Basic use
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Procedure 5.1. Using the menu with arrow keys
Press the
key to enter the menu.
Use the
and
keys to navigate between menu items.
Once you find the desired menu item, press
again to select that menu item.
Use the
and
keys to select the desired parameter.
When you've selected the parameter you want to set for a given menu item;
a. To confirm your selection, press
and it will save your setting and bring you
back to the main menu.
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Using Short-cuts
As shown in Appendix B, Menu Definitions, each menu item has an associated numerical value.
These can be used for direct access to a menu item.
The menu is also organized in such a way that the ten most common functions are on top, and
as can be seen in Figure 2.3, “BTECH GMRS-V1, keypad”, these are also printed on the keypad so
you don't have to remember them all.
The parameters also have a number associated with them, see Appendix B, Menu definitions for
details.
Procedure 5.2. Using the menu with short-cuts
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Use the numerical keypad to enter the number of the menu item.
3. To enter the menu item, press the
key.
4. For entering the desired parameter you have two options:
a. Use the arrow keys as we did in the previous section; or
b. Use the numerical keypad to enter the numerical short-cut code.
5. And just as in the previous section;
a. To confirm your selection, press
and it will save your setting and bring you
back to the main menu.
6. All further examples and procedures in this manual will use the numerical menu shortcuts.
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Chapter 6. - Scanning
The BTECH GMRS-V1 features a built in scanner for the VHF and UHF bands. When in Frequency
Scanning (VFO) mode it will scan in steps according to your set frequency step. In Channel
(MR) mode it will scan your channels, at approximately three frequencies per second.
Dual Watch is inhibited while scanning
To enable the scanner, press and hold the
scanning mode.
key for about two seconds. Press any key to exit
Scanning modes
The scanner is configurable to one of three ways of operation: Time, carrier or search, each of
which is explained in further details in their respective section below.
Procedure 6.1. Setting scanner mode
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to scanner mode.
3. Press the
key to select.
4. Use the
and
keys to select scanning mode.
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5. Press the
6. Press the
key to confirm and save.
key to exit the menu.
Time operation
In Time Operation (TO) mode, the scanner stops when it detects a signal, and after a factory preset time out, it resumes scanning.
Carrier operation
In Carrier Operation (CO) mode, the scanner stops when it detects a signal, and after a factory
preset time with no signal it resumes scanning.
Search operation
In Search Operation (SE) mode, the scanner stops when it detects a signal.
To resume scanning you must press and hold the
key again.
SKIP Scanning Channels
You can configure channels to be added or removed from the scanning list on the fly.
Procedure 6.2. Setting scanner channels
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to scanning add mode.
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3. Press the
key to select.
4. Use the
and
keys to select if the channel will be added or removed from the
scanning list. The change will apply to the current channel selected
5. Press the
key to confirm and save.
6. Press the
key to exit the menu.
Channels that are in the scanning be indicated on the LCD display. Under the Memory Channel
number a small icon box will appear if it is in the scanning list. No icon under the memory
channel will be present if the channel is skipped during scanning.
Tone Scanning
Scanning for CTCSS and DCS Tones/Codes
Scanning for a CTCSS tone or DCS code can be done while Frequency Mode (VFO) or
Channel Mode (MR) is selected. Only when VFO mode is selected, can the detected
tone/code be saved to menu 11/10.
CTCSS tone and DCS code scanning mode can be accessed with or without a signal being
present. The scanning process itself only occurs while a signal is being received.
Not all repeaters requiring a CTCSS tone or DCS code for access will transmit one back. In
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that case, the transmitter of a station that can access the repeater would need to be
scanned. In other words: this would be done by listening to stations on the repeater's
input frequency.
Scanning for CTCSS Tone
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to Menu 11: R-CTCS
3. Press the
key to select. Insure you have a tone activated (and it is not off)
4. Press the
to begin CTCSS scanning
A flashing "CT" will be in the left status display to indicate the radio is in CTCSS scanning mode.
In this mode, whenever the radio is receiving an RF signal on the selected MR channel or VFO
frequency, the lower display will cycle through the CTCSS tones as they are being tested. Once
the frequency of the received CTCSS tone is determined, the "CT" indicator will stop flashing.
Press the
key to save the scanned tone into memory (VFO Mode Only) then press the
key to exit the menu.
Don't forget to set VFO menu 11 back to OFF when the CTCSS tone is no longer
required.
Scanning for a DCS tone
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
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2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to Menu 10: R-DCS
3. Press the
key to select. Insure you have a tone activated (and it is not off)
4. Press the
to begin DCS scanning
A flashing "DCS" will be in the left status display to indicate the radio is in DCS scanning mode. In
this mode, whenever the radio is receiving an RF signal on the selected MR channel or VFO
frequency, the lower display will cycle through the DCS codes as they are being tested. Once the
bits of the received DCS code are determined, the "DCS" indicator will stop flashing.
Press the
key to save the scanned tone into memory (VFO Mode Only) then press the
key to exit the menu.
Don't forget to set VFO menu 10 back to OFF when the DCS tone is no longer required.
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Chapter 7. - Dual Watch
In certain situations, the ability to monitor two channels at once can be a valuable asset. The
BTECH GMRS-V1 features Dual Watch functionality (single receiver) with the ability to lock the
transmit frequency to one of the two channels it monitors.
Procedure 7.1. With Dual Push-to-Talk Enabled (Default)
1. The Dual Push-to-Talk Switch is a Rocker Switch with upper and lower buttons. You can
use Menu “42” (See Appendix B) to adjust audible alerts for Received Transmissions.
2. To Transmit on the Upper Frequency (VFO A) – Press upwards on the Dual PTT Button
3. To Transmit on the Lower Frequency (VFO B) – Press downwards on the Dual PTT Button
Procedure 7.2. With Single Push-to-Talk Enabled
1. Select the option to synchronize the push-to-talk button, than upload the new settings
to the radio via software (or see Menu 33 - See Chapter 9 “Single or Dual PTT”)
2. Press the
key to select between the upper (VFO A) or lower (VFO B) frequency.
3. An arrow will display (
) next to the frequency that you have selected as your
default transmitting channel.
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4. Press the Push-to-Talk (either direction) to transmit on the selected frequency
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Chapter 8. - DTMF
DTMF is an in-band signaling method using dual sinusoidal signals for any given code. Originally
developed for telephony systems, it has proved a very versatile tool in many other areas.
In two-way radio systems, DTMF is most commonly used for automation systems and remote
control. A common example would be in amateur radio repeaters where some repeaters are
activated by sending out a DTMF sequence (usually a simple single-digit sequence).
Table 8.1. DTMF frequencies and corresponding codes
1209 Hz
1336 Hz
1477 Hz
1633 Hz
697 Hz
A-
770 Hz
B-
852 Hz
C-
941 Hz
D-
The BTECH GMRS-V1 has a full implementation of DTMF, including the A, B, C and D codes.
The numerical keys, as well as the
, and
, keys correspond to the matching DTMF codes as
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you would expect. The A, B, C and D codes are located in the
respectively (†).
and
keys
To send DTMF codes, press the key(s) corresponding to the message you want to send while
holding down the PTT key.
If you have the keypad lock enabled on your radio, you can still send DTMF tones the
regular way without having to unlock your radio.
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Chapter 9. - Selective calling
Some times when you're working with larger groups of people using the same channel, things
can get very crowded, very fast. To minimize this problem, several methods of blocking out
unwanted transmissions on your frequency have developed. In general, there are two forms of
selective calling in two-way radio systems: Group calling, and individual calling.
Group calling, as the name suggest, is a one-to-many form of communication. Every radio in
your working group is configured the same way and any radio will make contact with every other
radio in the group.
Individual calling, some times also known as paging, is a one-to-one form of communication.
Every radio is programmed with a unique ID code. And only by sending out a matching code
can you get that radio to open up to your transmissions.
The BTECH GMRS-V1 features three different ways of group calling:
•
•
CTCSS
DCS
•
Tone-burst
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The BTECH GMRS-V1 does not feature any form of individual calling.
Using these features does NOT mean that others won't be able to listen in on your
transmissions.
They only provide a method to filter out unwanted incoming transmissions. Any
communications made while using these features will still be heard by anyone not
employing filtering options of their own.
You can change the CTCSS or DCS settings while in memory (MR) mode.
CTCSS and Tone-burst are also popular to open up repeaters.
CTCSS
CTCSS is set with menus 11 R-CTCS and 13 T-CTCS.
For a complete list of available CTCSS codes and corresponding sub-tone frequencies, see Table
C.2, “CTCSS Frequencies” in Appendix C, Technical specifications.
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Procedure 9.1. CTCSS setup how-to
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press the
key to enter the menu.
Enter
on the numeric keypad to get to receiver CTCSS.
Press
to select.
Enter desired CTCSS sub-tone frequency in hertz on the numeric keypad.
Press
to confirm and save.
Enter
on the numeric keypad to go to transmitter CTCSS.
Press
to select.
Enter desired CTCSS sub-tone frequency in hertz on the numeric keypad. Make sure
it's the same frequency as that you entered for receiver CTCSS.
9. Press
to confirm and save.
10. Press
to exit the menu system.
To turn CTCSS off, follow the same procedure but set it to off with the
selecting a CTCSS sub-tone frequency.
key instead of
For more information see the section called “11 R-CTCS - Receiver CTCSS” and the section called
“13 T-CTCS - Transmitter CTCSS” in Appendix B, Menu definitions.
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DCS
DCS is set with menus 10 R-DCSand 12 T-DCS.
For a complete list of available DCS codes, see Table C.1, “DCS Codes” in Appendix C,
Technical specifications.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Procedure 9.2. DCS setup how-to
Press the
key to enter the menu.
Enter
on the numeric keypad to get to receiver DCS.
Press
to select.
Enter desired DCS code on the numeric keypad.
Press
to confirm and save.
Enter
on the numeric keypad to go to transmitter DCS.
Press
to select.
Enter desired DCS code on the numeric keypad. Make sure it's the same code as that
you entered for receiver DCS.
Press
to confirm and save.
Press
to exit the menu system.
To turn DCS off, follow the same procedure but set it to off with the
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selecting a DCS code.
For more information see the section called “10 R-DCS - Receiver DCS” and the section called “12
T-DCS - Transmitter DCS” in Appendix B, Menu definitions.
Tone-burst
To send out a tone-burst (selectable by MENU 40); press the [F] key while holding down the PTT.
No further configuration required using this feature.
You can select from 1000, 1450, 1750, or 2100Hz Tone Burst Options. These options are found
on the Menu 40.
Procedure 9.3. Tone Burst setup how-to
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on the numeric keypad to get to receiver DCS.
3. Press
to select.
4. Enter desired Tone Burst Option on the numeric keypad.
a. 1000 HZ[0] | 1450 HZ[1] | 1750 HZ[2] | 2100 HZ[3]
5. Press
to confirm and save.
6. Press
to exit the menu system.
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If you have the keypad lock enabled on your radio, you can still send a tone burst the
regular way without having to unlock your radio.
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Chapter 10. - Customization
The BTECH GMRS-V1 allows for customization of both the power-on message (via computer link
only), and the backlight color during the three states of the transceiver (Transmit, Receive and
Standby).
Display
The LCD on the BTECH GMRS-V1 is backlit by multi-color LEDs, the color of which can be pre-set
from the menu system into a variety of colors.
To change the colors, follow these steps:
Procedure 10.1. Changing backlight color
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter one of the following on your numeric keypad:
a.
to change the standby color.
b.
to change the receive color.
c.
to change the transmit color.
3. Press
4. Use the
key to select.
and
keys to pick the desired color.
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5. Press
6. Press
to confirm and save.
to exit the menu.
To change the time the backlight stays on for your LCD, follow these steps:
Procedure 10.2. Setting backlight time-out
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to backlight time out.
3. Press
key to select.
4. Use the
and
keys to pick the desired time-out for the display.
5. Press
to confirm and save.
6. Press
to exit the menu.
For details see the section called “29 WT-LED - Display backlight color, Standby” and onward in
Appendix B, Menu definitions.
Single or Dual PTT
Dual PTT Synchronization
The GMRS-V1 comes with the Dual PTT key enabled, but the GMRS-V1 Menu has a Menu option
that allows locking the Dual PTT Button to simulate a Single PTT and override the Dual PTT
feature. By Pressing the EXIT/AB button, you can still switch the selected upper/lower display.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Procedure 10.3. Setting the Push-to-Talk Button Preference
Press the
key to enter the menu.
Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to the PTT configuration option.
Press
key to select.
Use the
and
keys to pick the PTT configuration
Press
to confirm and save.
Press
to exit the menu.
Display Sync
Display Synchronization
The GMRS-V1 allows the upper and lower display to be synched so that you can see two
simultaneous items on one channel (Frequency Value and Name) by scrolling through the
channels the displays will remain synched together when this is activated.
Procedure 10.4. Setting the Display Synchronization Preference
1. Press the
key to enter the menu.
2. Enter
on your numeric keypad to come to the Sync configuration option.
3. Press
key to select.
4. Use the
and
keys to enable or disable the display sync
5. Press
to confirm and save.
6. Press
to exit the menu.
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7. Use Menu
and
to configure Display A and Display B (See Appendix B)
Power-on message
The power-on message can only be set via computer link, see the section called “Computer
programming” for details on how to set up a link with your computer.
The following instructions assume that you've already established a link using the BTECH
software from a computer running Windows, and that the BTECH software is already installed
and running.
Procedure 10.5. Setting the power-on-message
1. Click other in the menu bar; a dialogue box titled "Other" should have popped up.
2. In the box titled "Power On Message", there are two text fields representing the two lines
on your LCD. Enter the desired text in the fields.
3. Click Write to write your changes to the radio.
Make sure that menu item 38 is set to MSG, otherwise your message won’t be displayed.
See Chapter 5 Working the menu system for details on how to navigate the menu.
Some times it takes the BTECH software more than one try to connect to your radio. If
you see a dialogue box popping up stating that you have a connection failure, close the
dialogue box and click read or write again.
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Chapter 11. – Programming Scanning
Channels
The BTECH GMRS-V1 features 105 additional (128 total) memory channels that each can hold:
Receive frequencies, group signaling information, bandwidth, and a six character alphanumeric
identifier or channel name 1 .
Manual programming
To create a new scanning channel, start by switching your radio to Frequency (VFO) mode by
turning the radio OFF, then Press and Hold
button while powering ON.
When in Frequency (VFO) mode, select your desired receive frequency using the numerical
keypad. After that, use the menu system to configure the finer details of the channel you're
wanting to program to memory, such as bandwidth, CTCSS or DCS and more.
For more information on how to use the menu system see Chapter 5, Working the menu system
and Appendix B, Menu definitions. Information regarding how to set up CTCSS and DCS can be
found in Chapter 8, Selective calling.
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Adding Scanning Channels
The following steps assume that you're in Frequency (VFO) mode and that you've entered the
desired frequency to store to memory.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the
key to enter the menu.
Enter
on the numerical keypad to get to MEM-CH.
Press
to select.
Use the
and
keys to select an empty memory channel, or enter it directly on
the numerical keypad.
5. Press the
key to confirm.
6. Press the
key to exit the menu.
Switch your radio to Memory (MR) mode by turning the radio OFF, and then Press and Hold
button while powering on to test your new channel. If you would like to name your channel you
will need to do that from a computer. More on that in the section called “Computer
programming”.
Computer programming
The Radio kit does not include a programming cable. To attain a PC cable please visit
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https://BAOFENGTECH.com/pccable
Download programming software at https://BAOFENGTECH.com and find helpful guides at
http://miklor.com for more information on using the software
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Appendix A. - Troubleshooting
Symptom
The radio doesn't start.
The battery dies quickly
The LED indicates reception,
but the speaker is silent.
Possible Cause
The battery is too low.
The battery isn't correctly
installed.
The battery is dead.
The battery isn't fully charged.
Volume is too low.
CTCSS or DCS enabled
Others can't hear my
transmission.
Their CTCSS or DCS settings
don’t match yours.
You're too far apart.
The radio transmits without
touching the PTT.
The VOX is enabled.
VOX sensitivity is too high.
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Solution
Change or recharge the battery.
Remove the battery and
reinstall it.
Purchase a new battery.
Recharge the battery.
Turn up the volume.
Change your CTCSS or
DCS to match those you're
trying to communicate with.
Turn CTCSS or DCS off.
Change your CTCSS or
DCS settings to match your
peers.
Move in closer.
Turn VOX off.
Turn down VOX sensitivity.
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Appendix B. - Menu definitions
See Chapter 5, Working the menu system for more info about using the menu-system.
Menu
Name
- Full Name
Settings [Keypad Shortcut]
[0 - 9]
Setting the squelch to 0 will open
up the squelch entirely.
SQL - Squelch
Level
STEP - Frequency
Step
2.5K[0] | 5.0K[1] | 6.25K[2] |
10.0K[3] | 12.5K[4] | 20.0K[5] |
25.0K[6] | 50.0K[7]
TXP - Transmit
Power
HIGH [0] | | LOW [1]
Description
Mutes the speaker of the transceiver in
the absence of a strong signal. Squelch is
either OFF or one of 9 levels. The higher
the level, the stronger the signal must be
to un-mute the speaker.
Selects the amount of frequency change in
VFO/Frequency mode when scanning or
pressing the
or
keys.
Selects between HIGH and LOW
transmitter power when in
VFO/Frequency mode. Use the minimum
transmitter power necessary to carry out
the desired communications.
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Selects the ratio of sleep cycles to awake
cycles (1:1, 2:1, 3:1, 4:1). The higher the
number the longer the battery lasts. When
OFF [0] | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
enabled, a word or two might be missed
when the frequency being monitored
becomes active.
When enabled it is not necessary to push
OFF [0] | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | the [PTT] button on the transceiver. Adjust
8 | 9 | 10
the gain level to an appropriate sensitivity
to allow smooth transmission.
SAVE - Battery
Save
VOX - Voice
Operated TX
WN - Wideband /
Narrowband
ABR - Display
OFF [0] | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 |
Illumination Time
8 | 9 | 10
Time-out for the LCD backlight. (In
seconds)
Monitor [A] and [B] at the same time. The
display with the most recent activity ([A]
or [B]) becomes the selected display.
TDR - Dual Watch,
Dual Reception
When TDR is set to ON, an 'S' is indicated in the
status display --- The selected display can be forced
back to [A] or [B] using menu 34 --- TDR should be set
to OFF when manually programming --- TDR is
inhibited while scanning is in operation
WIDE [0] | NARR [1]
OFF [0] | ON [1]
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Wideband (25 kHz bandwidth) or
narrowband (12.5 kHz bandwidth).
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BEEP - Keypad
Beep
TOT Transmission
Time-out-Timer
10
R-DCS - Receiver
DCS
OFF [0] | ON [1]
Allows audible confirmation of a key press
This feature provides a safety switch,
which limits transmission time to a
in 15 second steps
programmed value. This will promote
15, 30, 45, … 600
battery conservation by not allowing you
to make excessively long transmissions,
The red TX LED begins to flash 10
and in the event of a stuck PTT switch
seconds before the timeout limit (perhaps if the radio or a Speaker/Mic is
is reached
wedged between car seats) it can prevent
interference to other users as well as
battery depletion.
Mutes the speaker of the transceiver in
the absence of a specific low level digital
OFF [0] | see DCS Table in
signal. If the station you are listening to
Appendix C
does not transmit this specific signal, you
will not hear anything.
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R-CTCS - Receiver
CTCSS
OFF [0] | see CTCSS Table in
Appendix C
12
T-DCS Transmitter DCS
OFF [0] | see DCS Table in
Appendix C
13
T-CTCS Transmitter CTCSS
OFF [0] | see CTCSS Table in
Appendix C
14
VOICE - Voice
Prompt
OFF [0] | ENG [1] | CHI [2]
15
ANI-ID Automatic
Number ID
Mutes the speaker of the transceiver in
the absence of a specific and continuous
sub- audible signal. If the station you are
listening to does not transmit this specific
and continuous signal, you will not hear
anything.
Transmits a specific low-level digital signal
to unlock the squelch of a distant receiver
(usually a repeater).
Transmits a specific and continuous subaudible signal to unlock the squelch of a
distant receiver (usually a repeater).
Allows audible voice confirmation of a key
press
Displays the ANI code that has been set by
software. This menu cannot be used to
change it. The ANI-ID is sent when the
alarm is activated and menu 32 = CODE
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16
17
18
OFF [0]: No DTMF Side Tones are
heard
DT-ST [1]: Side Tones are heard
only from manually keyed DTMF
DTMFST – DTMFDetermines when DTMF Side Tones can be
codes
Side Tone of
heard from the transceiver speaker.
ANI-ST [2]: Side Tones are heard
transmit code
only from automatically keyed
DTMF codes
DT+ANI [3]: All DTMF Side Tones
are heard
1[0] | 2[1] | 3[2] | 4[3] | 5[4] |
Selects 1 of 15 DTMF codes. The DTMF
S-CODE - Signal
6[5] | 7[6] | 8[9] | 9[8] | 10[9] |
codes are programmed with software and
Code
11[10] | 12[11] | 13[12] | 14[13] |
are up to 5 digits each.
15[14]
TO [0]: Time Operation - scanning
will resume after a fixed time has
passed
SC-REV - Scanner
CO [1]: Carrier Operation Scanning Resume Method
Resume Method
scanning will resume after the
signal disappears
SE [2]: Search Operation scanning will not resume
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OFF [0]: No ID is sent
BOT [1]: The selected S-CODE is
When to Send PTT-ID
sent at the beginning
PTT-ID - When to
EOT [2]: The selected S-CODE is
send the PTT-ID
Codes are sent during either the beginning
sent at the ending
or ending of a transmission.
BOTH [3]: The selected S-CODE is
sent at the beginning and ending
20
21
PTT-LT - Signal
code sending
delay
0 - 50ms
MDF-A - Channel
Mode A Display
CH [0]: Displays the channel
number
NAME [1]: Displays the channel
name.
FREQ [2]: Displays programmed
Frequency
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PTT-ID Delay (milliseconds)
[A] MR/Channel Mode Display Format
Note: Names must be entered using
software.
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22
MDF-B - Channel
Mode B Display
CH [0]: Displays the channel
number
NAME [1]: Displays the channel
name.
FREQ [2]: Displays programmed
Frequency
23
BCL - Busy
Channel Lock-out
OFF [0] | ON [1]
24
SYNC – Display
Sync
OFF [0] | ON [1]
25
OFF [0]: TX = RX (simplex)
+ [1]: TX will be shifted higher in
SFT-D - Frequency
frequency than RX
Shift Direction
- [2]: TX will be shifted lower in
frequency than RX
[B] MR/Channel Mode Display Format
Note: Names must be entered using
software.
Disables the [PTT] button on a channel
that is already in use. The transceiver will
sound a beep tone and will not transmit if
the [PTT] button is pressed when a
channel is already in use.
Display A and B are synced. This allows the
upper display to show channel Name
while the lower shows the Frequency.
(Use with MENU 21 and 22)
UNUSED SETTING in GMRS-V1
Enables access of repeaters in
VFO/Frequency Mode
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OFFSET Frequency shift
amount
00.000 - 69.990 in 10 kHz steps
27
MEM-CH - Store a
Memory Channel
023 - 127
28
DEL-CH - Delete a
memory channel
023 - 127
29
30
31
WT-LED - Display
OFF [0] | BLUE [1] | ORANGE [2] |
backlight color,
PURPLE [3]
Standby
RX-LED - Display
OFF [0] | BLUE [1] | ORANGE [2] |
backlight colorPURPLE [3]
Receive
TX-LED - Display
OFF [0] | BLUE [1] | ORANGE [2] |
backlight colorPURPLE [3]
Transmit
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UNUSED SETTING in GMRS-V1
Specifies the difference between the TX
and RX frequencies
This menu is used to either create new or
modify existing channels (0 through 127)
so that they can be accessed from
MR/Channel Mode.
This menu is used to delete the
programmed information from the
specified channel (0 through 127) so that it
can either be programmed again or be left
empty.
Default: PURPLE
Default: BLUE
Default: ORANGE
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33
34
35
SITE: Sounds alarm through your SITE: Sounds alarm through your radio
radio speaker only
speaker only
TONE: Transmits a cycling tone TONE: Transmits a cycling tone over-theAL-MOD - Alarm
over-the-air
air
Mode
CODE: Transmits 119 followed by CODE: Transmits '119' (911 in reverse?)
the ANI code over-the-air
followed by the ANI code over-the-air
OFF: Alarm is Disabled
OFF: Disabled
UNUSED SETTING in GMRS-V1
BAND - Band
VHF [0] | UHF [1]
In VFO/Frequency mode, sets [A] or [B] to
Selection
the VHF or UHF band.
UNUSED SETTING in GMRS-V1
TDR-AB - Transmit
When enabled, priority is returned to
OFF [0] | A [1] | B [2]
selection while in
selected display once the signal in the
Dual Watch mode
other display disappears.
This function is used eliminate squelch tail
noise between BTECH handhelds that are
STE - Squelch Tail
communicating directly (no repeater).
OFF [0] | ON [1]
Elimination
Reception of a 55 Hz or 134.4 Hz mutes the
audio long enough to prevent hearing any
squelch tail noise.
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RP-STE - Squelch
Tail Elimination
OFF [0] | 1 - 10
This function is used eliminate squelch tail
noise when communicating through a
repeater.
37
RPT-RL - Delay the
squelch tail of
repeater
OFF [0] | 1 - 10
Delay the Tail Tone of Repeater (X100
milliseconds)
38
39
40
FULL [0]: Performs an LCD screen
PONMSG - Power
Controls the behavior of the display when
test at power-on
On Message
the transceiver is turned on.
MSG [1]: Displays a 2-line poweron message
Sends an end-of-transmission tone to
ROGER - Roger
indicate to other stations that the
OFF [0] | ON [1]
Beep
transmission has ended.
R-TONE –
Repeater Tone
1000 HZ [0] | 1450 HZ [1] |
1750 HZ [2] |2100 HZ [3]
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The R-TONE frequency is transmitted by
pressing the [F] side key while the [PTT]
button is also pressed.
A common tone burst frequency used by
many amateur radio systems in Europe is
1,750 Hz
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41
SC-ADD – Scan
Add
OFF [0] | ON [1]
42
A/B-BP
OFF [0] / A / B
43
RESET - Restore
defaults
VFO [0] | ALL [1]
- ON Adds the current channel to the
scan list
- OFF Removes the current channel from
the scan list
Tone at End of Reception - Receiver tone
prior to squelch closing. - An audible
indication of which display was in use.
Resets the radio to factory defaults
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Appendix C. - Technical specifications
General
General specifications
Specification
Frequency Range (MHz)
Value
65-108 (Rx only for FM radio)
136-174 (Rx)
400-520 (Rx)
GMRS Channels (Rx/Tx)
(Channels 000-022)
Memory channels
Frequency stability
Frequency step (kHz)
Antenna impedance
Operating temperature
Supply voltage
Consumption
128
2.5ppm
2.5K/5.0K/6.25K/10.0K/12.5K/20.0K/25.0K/50.0K
50 Ohm
-20°C to +60°C
7.4
≤ 75mA (standby)
380mA (reception)
≤ 1.4A (transmission)
Mode of operation
Simplex or semi-duplex
Duty cycle
03 / 03 / 54 min. (Rx / Tx / Standby)
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Dimensions (mm)
58 x 110 x 32
Weight (g)
214
Transmitter
Transmitter specifications
Specification
RF power (W)
Type of modulation
Emission class
Maximum deviation (kHz)
Value
5 (UHF high)
1 (UHF low)
FM
16F3E (w ideband)
11K#F3E (narrowband)
5.0
≤ ± 2.5 (narrowband)
Spurious emissions (dB)
<-60dB
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Receiver
Receiver specifications
Value
0.2µV (at 12dB SINAD)
60dB
1000mW
65/60dB
Specification
Receiver sensitivity
Intermodulation
Audio Output
Adjacent channel selectivity
DCS table
Table C.1. DCS Codes
Number
001
005
009
013
017
021
025
029
Code
D023N
D032N
D051N
D071N
D114N
D125N
D143N
D156N
Number
002
006
010
014
018
022
026
030
Code
D025N
D036N
D053N
D072N
D115N
D131N
D145N
D162N
Number
003
007
011
015
019
023
027
031
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Code
D026N
D043N
D054N
D073N
D116N
D132N
D152N
D165N
Number
004
008
012
016
020
024
028
032
Code
D031N
D047N
D065N
D074N
D122N
D134N
D155N
D172N
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Number
033
037
041
045
049
053
057
061
065
069
073
077
081
085
089
091
094
097
101
105
Code
D174N
D225N
D245N
D255N
D266N
D311N
D332N
D356N
D411N
D431N
D452N
D464N
D506N
D532N
D612N
D627N
D645N
D664N
D731N
D754N
Number
034
038
042
046
050
054
058
062
066
070
074
078
082
086
090
092
095
098
102
106
D023I
Code
D205N
D226N
D246N
D261N
D271N
D315N
D343N
D364N
D412N
D432N
D454N
D465N
D516N
D546N
D624N
D631N
D654N
D703N
D732N
D023I
Number
035
039
043
047
051
055
059
063
067
071
075
079
083
087
091
093
096
099
103
107
Code
D212N
D243N
D251N
D263N
D274N
D325N
D346N
D365N
D413N
D445N
D455N
D466N
D523N
D565N
D627N
D632N
D662N
D718N
D734N
D025I
Number
036
040
044
048
052
056
060
064
068
072
076
080
084
088
092
094
094
100
104
108
Code
D223N
D244N
D252N
D265N
D306N
D331N
D351N
D371N
D423N
D446N
D462N
D503N
D526N
D606N
D631N
D645N
D645N
D723N
D743N
D026I
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113
117
121
125
129
133
*137
D243I
D263I
D331I
D371I
D446I
D503I
D606I
D662I
D743I
D031I
D047I
D065I
D074I
D122I
D134I
D155I
D172I
D244I
D266I
D332I
D411I
D452I
D506I
D612I
D664I
D754I
110
114
118
122
126
130
134
D174I
D245I
D271I
D343I
D412I
D454I
D516I
D624I
D703I
D032I
D051I
D071I
D114I
D125I
D143I
D156I
D205I
D246I
D274I
D346I
D413I
D455I
D523I
D627I
D712I
111
115
119
123
127
131
135
D212I
D251I
D306I
D351I
D423I
D462I
D526I
D631I
D723I
D036I
D053I
D072I
D115I
D131I
D145I
D162I
D223I
D252I
D311I
D356I
D431I
D464I
D532I
D632I
D731I
112
116
120
124
128
132
136
D225I
D255I
D315I
D364I
D432I
D465I
D546I
D645I
D732I
D043I
D054I
D073I
D116I
D132I
D152I
D165I
D226I
D261I
D325I
D365I
D445I
D466I
D565I
D654I
D734I
*After DCS Number Shortcut 137, in order to navigate through the subsequent codes
manually key in shortcut 137 and then use the arrow keys to navigate to the DCS tone
required
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CTCSS table
Table C.2. CTCSS Frequencies
Number
Frequency
Number
Frequency
Number
Frequency
Number
Frequency
01
67.0
02
69.3
03
71.9
04
74.4
05
77.0
06
79.7
07
82.5
08
85.4
09
88.5
10
91.5
11
94.8
12
97.4
13
100.0
14
103.5
15
107.2
16
110.9
17
114.8
18
118.8
19
123
20
127.3
21
131.8
22
136.5
23
141.3
24
146.2
25
151.4
26
156.7
27
159.8
28
162.2
29
165.5
30
167.9
31
171.3
32
173.8
33
177.8
34
179.9
35
183.5
36
186.2
37
189.9
38
192.8
39
196.6
40
199.5
41
203.5
42
206.5
43
210.7
44
218.1
45
225.7
46
229.1
47
233.6
48
241.8
49
250.3
50
254.1
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Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Modification of a scanning receiver to receive transmissions from Cellular
Radiotelephone Service frequency bands will be considered to constitute
manufacture of such equipment. This includes any individual, individuals, entity or
organization that modifies one or more scanners. Any modification to a scanning
receiver to receive transmissions from the Cellular Radiotelephone Service frequency
bands voids the certification of the scanning receiver, regardless of the date of
manufacture of the original unit. In addition, the provisions of FCC §15.23 shall not be
interpreted as permitting modification of a scanning receiver to receiver Cellular
Radiotelephone Service transmissions.
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