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Ft-1900 reset reset cpu and display now reads b0001 and will not display frequency go into vfo mode of keys work on front

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The FT-50R is an extended receive, but dual band (UHF & VHF) amateur transceiver. It is capable of transmitting between approximately 144Mhz - 148Mhz VHF and 430Mhz - 450Mhz UHF.

Typically, the radio will provide an audible warning whenever attempting to operate outside of its intended range(s). The manual has a section on maximizing battery life, and can be downloaded below:

http://www.radioamateur.eu/schemi/FT50_user.pdf

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Eeprom error ? B0003 on display


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It sounds as though you're set in "memory recall" mode, when you want to be in "VFO" mode. Do you have the user manual?

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Ft 2900r yaesu all i see on the screen is B0001 i can't see the frequency


Try powering the unit up while holding the Set/MHz button. I did that and it restored the display (and the rest of the radio's operation) back to normal.

The character codes are test-mode displays that correspond to frequencies (in MHz):

A0001-A0640 - 136.000-143.9875 in 12.5 KHz steps B0001-B0400 - 144.000-147.990 in 10.0 KHz steps
C0001-C2081 - 148.000-174.000 in 12.5 KHz steps

I haven't the foggiest idea why this isn't in the manual somewhere, or at least flipped back to normal by a two-key or three-key reset. 73, k2mct

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Help!i have just purchased an i-com R5 the manual keeps referring to the VFO,i know what it means but how do i know when the scanner is actually in the vfo mode??? deranged of swansea!!!


VFO stands for Variable Frequency Oscillator. This is the function that allows you to enter frequencies. It just means you are not in memory channel mode. You can get more info at the factory web sight and download the instruction manual for free.
http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/receivers/handheld/r6/default.aspx

Feb 10, 2011 | Icom IC-R5 Handheld Scanner

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I dont know how to program frequiences on the scanner


1. Press Menu (Bottom left hand side of the scanner) You should see "Program System"
Press E You should see "Select System"
2. Turn VFO knob (Top outside right knob on the scanner as it faces you.) until "New System is displayed.
3. Press E
4. Using the VFO knob, select "Conventional then press E three times
5. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
6. Now you’re ready to name your system. Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E
7. Turn VFO to Edit Group then press E
8. Use VFO to select New Group then press E twice
9. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
10. Now you’re ready to name your group. Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E
11. Turn the VFO to Edit Channel then press E. (You should now see "New Channel")
12. Press E then enter a frequency
13. Press E twice
14. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
15. Now you’re ready to name your "Subgroup" i.e. " Dispatch" Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E then menu
16. Use VFO to select New Channel
17. Repeat steps 12 through 16
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Getting started with the ICOM IC_R5


First set the squelch (gets rid of the hissing noise and allows the radio to scan)
to do this....

On the side are 2 buttons, the bottom one is monitor.
press and hold then look at the display,
turn the top dial until "AUTO" appears,

The squelch should now keep the radio quiet.

Now the tuning step..
You need to set this because if your radio was on 450.000 and you wanted to listen to 450.012.5 you would miss it if your radio was making 000.025 "steps". IE you would need 12.5 steps. This is the most common step used by ambulance etc in the UK, you will need to check local band plans.
Stick with 12.5 and you should get most stuff on VHF / UHF.
For airband 12.5 will get most stuff, but some is now changing to 8.33.
For HF (below) 136 Mhz I'd use 5

To set the step....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,
then press [BAND.LOCK] to select the band you want to listen to,
then press [TS.SET] to enter the step
turn the dial to select your step (stick with 12.5 for now)
press [TS.SET] to exit back to VFO mode



To scan...

First set the scan type...
On the front there are 4 big buttons.
Press and hold the one that says [MODE.SCAN] for 2 seconds and look at the display,
turn the top dial until the screen reads ALL,
press [MODE.SCAN] again and the radio should start to scan with the 12.5 steps you set earlier.
If you want to change scan direction, just turn the top dial.
If you want to stop the scan, just press [MODE.SCAN].

When you hear something interesting, make a note of the frequency on the display.

To set memories (store frequencies).....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,

to get close to the frequency you made a note of, press [BAND.LOCK]
Then set the actual frequency with the top dial,
press and hold [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds to select memory write mode (1 short and 1 long beep)
turn the top dial to select which channel you would like to overwrite. Start with 01.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds. ( 3 beeps )

Thats it!

Any more problems just post on here and either me or someone else will help.

M3ODQ

Jan 31, 2009 | Icom IC-R5 Handheld Scanner

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Programming an Icom IC R5 scanner


This is a problem with any scanner which has no keypad..

First set the squelch (gets rid of the hissing noise and allows the radio to scan)
to do this....

On the side are 2 buttons, the bottom one is monitor.
press and hold then look at the display,
turn the top dial until "AUTO" appears,

The squelch should now keep the radio quiet.

Now the tuning step..
You need to set this because if your radio was on 450.000 and you wanted to listen to 450.012.5 you would miss it if your radio was making 000.025 "steps". IE you would need 12.5 steps. This is the most common step used by ambulance etc in the UK, you will need to check local band plans.
Stick with 12.5 and you should get most stuff on VHF / UHF.
For airband 12.5 will get most stuff, but some is now changing to 8.33.
For HF (below) 136 Mhz I'd use 5

To set the step....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,
then press [BAND.LOCK] to select the band you want to listen to,
then press [TS.SET] to enter the step
turn the dial to select your step (stick with 12.5 for now)
press [TS.SET] to exit back to VFO mode



To scan...

First set the scan type...
On the front there are 4 big buttons.
Press and hold the one that says [MODE.SCAN] for 2 seconds and look at the display,
turn the top dial until the screen reads ALL,
press [MODE.SCAN] again and the radio should start to scan with the 12.5 steps you set earlier.
If you want to change scan direction, just turn the top dial.
If you want to stop the scan, just press [MODE.SCAN].

When you hear something interesting, make a note of the frequency on the display.

To set memories (store frequencies).....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,

to get close to the frequency you made a note of, press [BAND.LOCK]
Then set the actual frequency with the top dial,
press and hold [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds to select memory write mode (1 short and 1 long beep)
turn the top dial to select which channel you would like to overwrite. Start with 01.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds. ( 3 beeps )

Thats it!

Any more problems just post on here and either me or someone else will help.

M3ODQ

Dec 22, 2008 | Icom IC-R5 Handheld Scanner

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Icom r5


A quick "get you started" guide.....

First set the squelch (gets rid of the hissing noise and allows the radio to scan)
to do this....

On the side are 2 buttons, the bottom one is monitor.
press and hold then look at the display,
turn the top dial until "AUTO" appears,

The squelch should now keep the radio quiet.

Now the tuning step..
You need to set this because if your radio was on 450.000 and you wanted to listen to 450.012.5 you would miss it if your radio was making 000.025 "steps". IE you would need 12.5 steps. This is the most common step used by ambulance etc in the UK, you will need to check local band plans.
Stick with 12.5 and you should get most stuff on VHF / UHF.
For airband 12.5 will get most stuff, but some is now changing to 8.33.
For HF (below) 136 Mhz I'd use 5

To set the step....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,
then press [BAND.LOCK] to select the band you want to listen to,
then press [TS.SET] to enter the step
turn the dial to select your step (stick with 12.5 for now)
press [TS.SET] to exit back to VFO mode



To scan...

First set the scan type...
On the front there are 4 big buttons.
Press and hold the one that says [MODE.SCAN] for 2 seconds and look at the display,
turn the top dial until the screen reads ALL,
press [MODE.SCAN] again and the radio should start to scan with the 12.5 steps you set earlier.
If you want to change scan direction, just turn the top dial.
If you want to stop the scan, just press [MODE.SCAN].

When you hear something interesting, make a note of the frequency on the display.

To set memories (store frequencies).....

On the front there are 4 big buttons.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] to select VFO mode,

to get close to the frequency you made a note of, press [BAND.LOCK]
Then set the actual frequency with the top dial,
press and hold [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds to select memory write mode (1 short and 1 long beep)
turn the top dial to select which channel you would like to overwrite. Start with 01.
press [V/M.S.MW.SKIP] for 2 seconds. ( 3 beeps )

Thats it!

Any more problems just post on here and either me or someone else will help.

M3ODQ

Jun 24, 2008 | Icom IC-R5 Handheld Scanner

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