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FT-18(}/a

INSTRUCTION
MANUAT

YAESUINUSEN
CO.,I"TD.
cPo Box 1500
TOKYO,JAPAN
INDEX

INTRODUCTION I
SPECTFICATIONS 2
SEMICONDUCTORS 3
FRONTPANIL CONTROLS AND SWTCHES.,,..,.,,, 4
REARPANELCONNECTIONS ................ ............................ 5
INSTALLATIONS .............. 7
oPERATION ........,.,....... 13
CIRCUITDESCRIPTION ,...,.., 16
MAINTENANCE AJ{D ALIGNMENT , . , , . . . . . ,......... 28
MODIFICATIONS ...,,......... 36
PARTSLIST .................. 45

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The FI-180A is a rugged,compact SSB transceiverfor baseor mobile


HF apptications.
Designedto providea typical pEp poweroutput of t O,50 or 100watts
overtho t.6 to 18
MHz range,the FT-180A employsmodem FET and bipolartechnologyfor
;ta;;-ot:the-art
performanceand rcliability.

A! many as 6 channelsmay be installedin the FT-r g0A. once installation


is completed,no
further tuning prccedureis rquiredfor full opemtion on eachchannel.
The Fi_180A is
paokagedin a heavy gaugemetar casefor excellentmechanicar
stability, and the final
amplifierttansistorsare fully protectedagainstpossibledamagefrom high antenna
Swn.
Optional accesso.ios include the FC.420 Remote Controlled Antenna Coupler,FH_lgO
Remote Controller with telephone-typehandset,crystal oven for optimum
lrcquency
stability,and XF-Io.7HL-A LSB filter. I
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SPECIFICATIONS
I GENERAL Transmitterfrequencyrc6ponse
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300 2700Hz (-6 dB)
FrequencycoveraSej
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1.6 - 18 MHz (except for J1 MHz near the Maximumbandwidth:
10.7MHz lF) 3 kHz (SSB)

Emission t]?e: Srability:


J3E (USB, LSB), H3E (AM) Better than 110 ppm
(LSB filter optional)
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Distortionptoducts:
Numberofchannels: 20 dB or better
6 simplexor 3 semi-duplex
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Microphoneimpedancei
Operatingtemperaturerange: 600 ohms(dynamic)
- 10 "c to +50"C
Tone signal:
Pover requircments: 1500Hz
13.4volrsDC t l07onegativegound
Powerconsumption: Antennaoutput impedrncei
20 ampstransmit, 50 ohmsnominal
I ampreceive(100Ww/o ovenrl0 PPMtype)
RXCEIVER
Casesize:
100wtyper95(H)x 240(W)x 310(D)mm V Sensitivity:
50Wtype: 95(H)x 240(W)x 290(D)mm SSBbetterthan I llV for 20 dB S/N
l0w type: 95(H) x 240(w) x 260(D) mn AM better than l0 !V for 20 dB S/N

Weight: Selectivity:
l00W type:6 kg. V SSB2.4 kHz at -6 dB, 4.0 kHz at -60 dB
50Wtyper5.5 kg. AM 6,0 kHz at -6 dB, l2 kHz at .-50 dB
10w type: 5.0 kg.
Receivertype:
TRANSMITTER Si'lglesuperhetercdyne

Poweroutput: Intermediat frequency:


As per power amplifiers 10.7MHz
SSB- 100 watts;AM - 35 watts
SSB- 50 watts;AM - l7 watts lF rejection :
SSB- l0 watts;AM- 3.5 watts Better than 60 dB

Unwantedsidebandsupptession: Imagerejection:
Better than 50 dB Better than 60 dB

Carriersuppression: Audio output power:


Better than 50 dB 2 watts (Q.lO% fHD

Spudousemissionsi Audio output impedancei


Betterthan 65 dB down 4 ohms

Third orderdistortionproducts:
Betterthan 3l dB down Specifications
subjectto changewithout notioe,
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FCCRulePartNo.21.900(K)
81,83,87& 90
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SEMICONDUCTORS
Integrated Circuits (IC): 2SC732GR 2 151555 (Si) 1'7
AN6551 | 2SC'7328L 1 152208 (Varactor) I
rcL7660CpA I 2SCl583 3 lSS53(Si) 2'1
MCI496P I 2SCls89 I i* lSS97 22
MC140t6BCp I 2SCl8l5Y 16 (Schottkybarrier)
MCI4572UB I 2Sc181sGR 2 1N60(Ge) 9
. p PC l 5 l A I 2 S C1815BL I 10E1( Si) 14
a p c 2 0 0 2 V l 2 S C I9 2 3 R 3 l o D l o (S i )4**
rrpC?808H 2SCI959Y 2 BZI4O(Zener) I
pPC78L08 2 i* 2SC2l66 I 'trr* HZSC-I(Zener) 2
25C2290 2 I* HZ9CI (Zenet) I
FieldEffectTransistors: 25C2395 2 i' HZ3CI (Zener) 2 i"
2SKI92AGR 3 2SC24O'7 2 (2) +'*'l
2SKl25 4 25C2509 2 **'* FC63(Varactor) I
3 SK 7 3 G R 9 2 S D288K l1*
2SD71?O 2 't l00Wmodel
Transistorsi 2SD844K I 't* 50Wnodel
2SA564Q 2 *** lOWmodel
2SA564R I Diodes: ( ) with crystaloven
2SC496Y lN2?0 l7

ACCESSORTES

. Micrcphone (YM-36) 1
(M3090026)
DCPowerCord I
lOWmodel (T9006806)
50wmodel (T9006815)
100Wmodel (T9006820)
Plug(P2240)
MiniatureExtemalSpeaker I
(P0090034)
Headphone Plug (SH30l0) 1
(P0090007)
AccessoryPlug (SC-l2CM) I
(P0090078)
CoaxialAntennaPlug (MP-5) I
(P0090021)
SpareFuse I
10Wmodel 6A (Q0000012)
50Wrnodel 15A(Q0000008)
l00Wmodel 20A(Q0000009)
RemoteControlPlug (P-I620BA{A) I
(Poo90l28)

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FRONT PANEL CONTROLSAND SWITCHES

( 1) Mr C (6) METER
This eight-pin connectoracceptsthe microphone This switch selectsthe display function for the
input, as well as push-to-talkcontrol (PTT) line. fiont panelmeter.On rcceive,this meterfunctions
The microphoneinput impedanceis 600 ohms. as a signalstrengthmeter (S-meter).On transmit,
the sourcevoltage,final amplifiercollectorcurrcnt,
(2) PHONES rclative power output or reflectedpower can be
This is a standardphonejack for accommodation displayed.
of the headphoneplug.Audio output impedanceis
8 ohms.lnsertion of the headphoneplug into this (7) MODE
jack automaticallydisconneots
the internalspeaker, This switchselectsthe operatingmode:LSB,USB
(J3E)or AM (ll3E) (LSB filter optional).Do not
(3) POWERON/OFF/REMOTE operatethis switchwhile transmitting.
Thisis themainON/OFFswilchfor the transceiver
and accessories, when used.The FH-180 Remote (8) RF GAIN
Contrcller is only switchedon when this switch is This is a manual glin control for the RF and lF
set to the REMOTE(lower) position.The FC-420 stagesof the receiver.Counteiclockwiserotation
Remote Controlled Antenna Coupler and/or op- decreases the RF and lF gain.
tional crystalovenarc switchedon in eitherthe ON
(upper)or REMOTEposition. (e) AF CArN
This control sets the audio output (volume)lvel
(4) NB for the receiver.Clockwiserotation increascsthe
This switchactivatesthe noiseblanker. volumelevel.

(5) FUNCTION CALIB/CALL (r0)sQL


This is a momentaryswitch usedfor sendingtone The squelchcontrol quiets the receiverwhen no
calling signals,as well as for calibnting the trans- signalsarc being rcceivecl.This control shouldbe
ceiverfor incomingsignals. set to the point where the backgroundnoisejust
disappea$,in orderto retainmrximum sensitivity-
( l1) CLAR (13) METER
This control allows fine tuning of the signal This is the front panel $meter, FWD/REF PO
received,for precisetracking of unstableor off_ meter,lC meterand soutcevoltagemetet.
frequencysignals.
(14) SPEAKER
This is the grill lor the intemol speaker.
(12) CHANNEL
Do not
This switchseleotsthe operatingchannel-
operatethisswitchwhiletransmitting.

REAR PANELCONNECTIONS

(r) ExT sP (5) REMOTE


This is the extemal speakeroutput jack. Insertion This blue, 20-pinconnectoracceptsthe powerand
of a plug into this jack automaticallydisconnects control signalsfrom the optional FH-180 Remote
the intemal speaket. Controller, which providesremote control of the
CHANNEL selector,AF GAIN and CLAR func-
(2) GND tions, as well as microphone input and audio
For best performanceand safety, a good ground output from a telephonehandsetand/or speaker-
shouldbe connectedat this point. However,to use the FH-180,oertainmodilications
must be made withia the FT-180A, the detailsof
(3) ANT which aredescribedon page42.
This SO-239 j0ck accepts the antenna cable
(5) ANTENNA COUPLER
This 12-pinconnectorprovidespowerand channel
(4) POWER switchingcontrol signalsfor the optional FC-420
Connctthe DC power cord at this point. Nevel Remote Contolled Antenna Coupler,which will
apply AC pover or improper DC input voltages then match the antennaimpedancefor eachchan-
to this tnnsceiver. nel as selected by the FT-180A or FH-180
CHANNELselector.

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YM-36 MICROPHONECONNECTIONS

a-b MICROPHONEPLUG

HEADPHONECONNECTIONS

EXTERNALSPEAKER
CONNECTIONS

IOOIYTtp.:2OA
50W Ttp., l5A
IOW Tt!.,6A
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IOCS U P P LY
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DC POWERCORDCONNECTIONS

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INSTALLATION
ANTENNA CONSIDERATIONS Cut the appmpdatelength of wirc (allowingsome
extra length for fastening)into two equalpieces.
Next to the trunsoeiver,the antennais the most Tie one end of each to a cenmic insulato., and
imporlanlcomponenrin d successlul communicJ- connect the other ends to the antennabalun (or
tions station, as the communication range is center insulator). Connect the coaxial feedline
directly related to the efficiency ol the entennc. (type RG8A/U or equivalent)to the antennabalun.
Thereforc,great careshouldbe takenjn the instal- lf an antennabalun is not beingused,connectthe
lation of the antennasystem. center conductor of the coaxial feedlirreLo onc
sideof the centerinsulator'swire, and connectthe
lf a proper antennais not otherwiseavailable,see shield of the coaxial line to the other side of the
yolu Yaesudealerfor a speciallyfactory adjusted center insulator (therc is no direct connectionof
YA-10 singleband dipole antenna,YA-ll dual one half of the dipole to the other). The far ends
band dipole antenna,or RSL scriesantenna(for of ihe wire elementsmay then be secured,using
mobileinstallations).Theseantennasarecapableof nylon rope tied to the insulators.Usingsupporting
meetingmost rcquircments. poles,hoist the dntennaas high an in the clearas
Possible.
The FT-180A requiresr load impedanceof 50
ohms at the operating iiequency. tf the load Checkto seethat the SWRis lessthan l:1.5 ut
impodanccdiffersgreatlyfrom this figure,the final the operating frequency. If so, the installation
amplifier protective circuit will causethe power is complete.The dipole antennaworks best if it is
output to decrease.If this impedancecannot be plaoedhigh and in the clear, so use the highest
sgcuredon all dcsiredchannelsan antennatuner support possible.Whcn building the supports,
must beemployedin orderto providea 5o-ohmload rcmembcr that they should form a line perpen-
impedancefor the tftnsmitter. dicularto the line representing
the shortestdistance
to the station with which communioation is
The followi g sectionwill describetwo common desired.
types of antennaswhich satisiy the impedanoe
roqrirementol the FT-180A.

(1) DoubletAntenna

The Doublet,or Dipole antenndconsistsof a half-


wavelengthof wire, cut into two equal sections
and fed at the center. At this feedingpoint, an
antennabalunmay be utilizedto prcventunwantcd
radiation from the coaxialcable.Maximumradia-
tion exists at right anglesto the wire. Ceramic
insulatorsshould be installedon both endsof the
antenna,irnd a suitablecenterinsulatormust irlso
be Lrsed.llowever, some types of antennabaluns
inclLrdemountinghooks for thc antennaelements,
thus eliminating the need for a center insulator.
These parts may be obtained from your Yaesu
dealer.The correct length fof a doublet or dipole
antennacan be determjnedbl, usiig one of the
following fonnulasl
DoubletAntenna
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Length =
Frcq (MHz)
t12.5
Length = (meters)
Frcq (MHz)

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(2) QuarterWaveWirc Antenna

Usually constructedin a vertical configudtion,


the quarterwaveantennais sometimesusedin base
stationinstallations.However,it is more commonly
usedon shipsor yachts,especiallywhen the space
for a doublet antennais not available.The length
of the quarterwaveantennacan be determinedby
usingone of the followingformulas:
234
Lmglh = ;::-;;;E- (leet)
1t.25
Freq(MHz) -"- "'

The wire hils one end connected to a cemmic


insulator, which is, in tun, hoisted up a non-
metallic mast. The other end of the wre is
connectedto the center conductorof the coaxial
oable.For basestation installatjonsat the higher
frequency ohannels,the vertical elementmay be Back StayusedasAnteDnaElenrent
madeof aluminumflrbing(self-supporting).

The shieldof the coax is connectedto a good RF


ground. The ground systemmay consistof six to
twelvewires3% longerthan tho radiator,extending
radially from the centorol the aDtennalnd bu cd
slightly beneaththe suifaceof the ground.A cold
water pipe may provide a usablegroundin many
instances.On yachts,the ground lbil in the hull
must be used. The vertical radiator must be
insulated from grcund, and it should not touoh
any trces,buildings,or rigging(on yachts).

For all antennatypes,be certainthat the FT-l80A


meter needle, when switched to the PO (REF)
position, staysin the GREEN z.oneof the meter
soalewhile transmitting.If the deflectionis outside
of the GREBNzone, the antennamust be checked
or readjustedfor the correctimpedance.

CROUND CONNECTION

The FT-l80A shouldbo oonnectedto a goodearth


gound for best performzmce and safety. Use a
heavy bmided wie, not morc than 3 meters in
length, for connectionto the station groundbus.
The groundconnectionat the transciver shouldbe AntennaElementinstalledseparately
madeat the rear panelGND stud. Whena vefiical
or single wire antenna is usecl,a good ground
connectionis essential.

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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS AC OPERATION

Irc OPERATION The FP-700will allow opemtion from AC supply


voltases of 100/110/117l20Ol22O1234 wlts, 50160
The FT-l80A comesequippedfor operutionfrom a Hz. Beforecommencingoperationwith the FP 700,
DC supply. The DC supply should be capableof be absolutelycertainthat the voltagspecification
20 amperes (100 watt model) for 13.4 volt marked on the rcar of theFP-7oois the samcas
opemtion. your local AC supply voltage.Do not connectthe
FP-700ACcord to a DC supply. Also, be certain
Before connecting the power connector to the that a fuse of the proper rating is in use.For 100/
rcar apron,be surethe power supply voltagedoes I l0/l l7 volt operation,use a 6 amperefusein the
not exceed l5 volts. Adjust the power supply FP-700.For20012201234volt operation,use a 3
voltage,ifnecessaly,to ensuFa safe supplylevel. ampeleflrse.

A fuse is located in the DC cord for the trans-


ceiver.For 13.4 volt operation,a 20 amperefuse
is used.When replacingfuses,be absolutelycertain CAUTION
to use a fuseof the proper rating,Beforeconnect-
ing the power connectorto the transceiver,verify Our wananty does not coverdamagecaused
that a fuseof the properratinghasbeeninstalled. by improper power supply connections,nor
damagecauseclby the use of an incorrect
fuse,
CAUTION

Our wa anty does not ooverdamagecaused Whenarllvoltageinspectionshavebeencompleted,


by lhe useof incorrecrfuses.Unlessotherwise connect the FP-700output voltage cable to the
specified,properfusesareas follows: FT-l80A rear panel POWERjack. PIugthe FP-700
100 watt model: 20 amperefuse power cord into the w.ill outlet. AC installationis
50 watt model: 15 amperefuse now colr1plete.
10 watt model: 6 amperefuse

Connect the RED power supply lead to the


POSITIVE supply post, and connect the BLACK
power supply lead to the NEGATIVE supply post.
The DC cord is includedwith the transceiver.

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POWERTRANSFORMERPRIMARY CONNECTIONS

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MOBILE INSTALLATION Powerconnectionsshouldbe madedirectly to the
battery instead of to the ignition svitch. The
A DC cable for mobile installation is included battery providesconsiderablefiltering againstigni
ri/ith the transceiver.If the DC cableneedsto be tion noise,while connectionto the ignition switch
extended,a heavy, low resistancecablemust be canplacethe FT-180Ain a noise-producing circuit.
usedto avoidexcessive voltagedrop in the cable. The power leadsmust be kept asshort aspossible,
and should be kept away lrom iglition cablesas
For under-dashmounting,a spccialmobilemount- much aspossible.
ing bracket is availablefrom Yaesudealers.This
bracket,modelMMB-2(or MMB-16),allowseasy When making battery connections,be certain to
mobileinstallationof the FT-180A. connect the RED power cable lad to the POSI-
TIVE (+) battery terminal, and the BLACK lead
The FT-180A should be mounted where there is to the NEGATIVE (-) terninal.
adequatespacearoundthe heat sink to allow frce
circulation of air. Allow a spaceof about 20 cm Befoferonnectingthe DC cxble(o thelransceiver,
behinda.d around the heat sink, and do not posi checkthe brltery voltagewilh the enginerunning
tion the transceiverdirectly in the path of the fast enough to show a charge on the vehicle's
heaterducts. ammeter,or immediatclyafter startingthe engine.
lf the voltage exceeds15 volts, the outomobile
When making battery oonnections,be absolutely voltageregulatorshouldbe adjusted,so asto limit
certainthat the proper polarity of the power cord lhe mcximumvoltageto lessthan l5 volts.
is observed.
This transceivershould not be operated from
a power solrrceof lessthan 12 volts. The trans-
CAUTION ceivershouldalwaysbe tumed off when the car is
started, to prcvent transicntsin the automobile
Permanent damage will result if reversed electrical syste from damaging the transistor
polarity supply voltage is applied to this circuitryof the FT-180A.
ttallsceiver. Out warranty does not cover
damage caused by reversed power supply
connecttons. CAUTION

Be ccrtain to obsefle propet polarity of the


power cord when making connectionsto the
vehiclebattery.

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MMB-2
MOBILE MOUNT INSTALLATION

L. Listed below are the parts included in the


MMB-2 kit. Only the parts shown with an
astedsk(*) aro requircdfor FT-l80A installa-
tion.
*1) Unive$albracketMMB-2
2) cJlch clrirr (55000038)
J I Righl I q0' I anglehinge I R00L'lq2(
*4) Knob screws
5) Screwsfor the catchclip (M3x4)
6) Scrcwsfor right-anglehinge(M3x6)
+7) Screws for the MMB-2(Msx10) '&e--Krcbsrew
+8) Lock washerslbr the MMB-2
*9) Flat washersfor the MMB-2
* l0) Nut for the MMB"2
for MMS-2
2. Use the univercalmountingbracket as a
tehplatefor positioningthe mountingholes.
Use a 3/16" diameterbit for drillingthese
holes,allowingenoughroom for the trans-
ceivei,its cables,microphoneand controls.
Securethe mountingbracketwith the screws, o
washersand nuts supplied,as shownin the
d
dmwing.
cf
3. Using the slotted knob screws,attach the
FT-180Ato theMMB-2universal bracket. d
4. The angleof the transceiver
may be adjusted
to whateverpositionis mostconvenientand
easilyaccessible, cfd %"o

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CAUTION

If the FT-180A is installedin a car which has


an Elechonic Fuel Injection carburctor,we
strongly recommend that the FT-180A be
installed as far away as possiblelrom any
equipment related to the carburetorlocated
within the passengercompartment.

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OPERATION
(t ) Mekecertainthat all powersupplyanderound SELECTIVE CALLING FEATURE
connectionshavebeencofectly made.
A 1500 Hz tone generatoris availablefor selective
(:) Connect a 50-ohm antenna for the desired calling.Calibrationand operationusingthis featurc
operatingfrcquency to the rear panel ANT arc simple:
jack.
(1) Whena 1500H2toneis received from another
(3 ) lnsert the micrcphone plug into the front station, set the CALIB/CALL switch to
panelMIC jack. If a non-standardmicrophone CALIB and rotate the CLARIFIER control
is used, be sure that the microphonehas an so your tone matchesthat of the incoming
impedance of 600 ohms. Connect head- signal.Your set is now calibratedto the same
phones,if desired,to the front panelPHONE frequencyasthat of the other station.
Jack.
(2) To transmit the 1500 Hz tone, push the
(4) Refer to lhe CAUTION notice on this page, CALIB/CALL switch up to the CALL posi-
and preset the controls and switchesas fol tion. The transmitterwill be activatedand the
lows: 1500 Hz tone sentfor aslong asyou hold this
MODE To desiredmode switch.
AF GAIN Adjust later to comfortable
level
RF GAl.' Fully clockwise CAUTION
METER S/FWD
CLAR 12 o'clock position NEVERCHANGECHANNELSOR MODES
CHANNEL Desiredchannel WHILETRANSMITTING,AS DAMACETO
SQL Fully counterclockwise THE TRANSCEIVER MAY RESULT.AL,
WAYSRELEASETHE PTT SWITCHAND/
( 5 ) Tum the POWERswitchON. The panellamps OR CALL SWITCHTO DEACTIVATETHE
and indicatolsshouldbecomeilluminated. TRANSMITTERWHENCHANGINGCHAN.
NELSOR MODES.
(6) Adjust the AF CAIN oontrol to a comfortable
listeninglevel.

(?) Adjust the CLAR control foi naturalsounding


rcproductionof the incomingsignal.

(8) Adjust the SQL control to the point where


the background noise just disappearswhen
the channel is clear, in order to provide
maximum squelchsensitivity.

(9) lf pulse-typenoiseis prcsenton the incoming


signal, turn the NB switch ON. Most pulse-
type noiseswill be eliminatedby the blanker,
although some atmospheric and man-made
white noisewill not be totally removed.

(10) To transmit, press the microphonepush-to-


talk switch, and speak with a nomal voice
into the microphone.Releasethe switch for
rccerverrecovery.

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FH-IsO REMOTE CONTROLLER Installation
INSTRUCTIONS
The FH-180 can be installedin any desiredmounf
The FH-180 Remote Contrcller is specifically ing position,and on any sudace,
dc<ignedior usewilh lhe FT-| 80A HF Transceirer,
after the Transceiverhas been apprcpdately 1. The suppliedmounting bracketscan be posi-
modified. A ten meter cable is suppliedwith the tioned so that the mounting screwsareeither
FH-180to a1lowcomplete controlofthe FT-180A underthe Controller,or on eitherside,accord-
from any convenientlocation, and the FC-420 ing to individualrequirements.lf the mount-
Remote Antenna Coupler, when used with the ing scrcwsarc to be located underneaththe
FT-180A,is alsocontrolledby the FT-180.The Controller, tempomrily bolt the bracketsto
part number of the ModificationKit requiredfor the Controller and hold it in the mounting
the FT-180Ais D3000266,and the procedureis position while marking the positionsof the
givenon page42. brackets on either side. Then retnove the
bnckets from the Controller and use the
Specifications bracketsas templatesfor loctting and drilling
the mountingholes.
Powerrequirements:
13.4VDC at 1 A, and 8 VDC at 50 mA 2. If the channel liequenciesa.e not already
(suppliedby the FT-l80A) shownon the channelplate beneaththe hand-
set, write the frequencieson the label paper
Functions: and installit underthe channelplate.
Power ON/OFF, Channelselection,AF gain
control, Cladfier adjustment,Tone CALL, 3. After the FT-180A has been modlfid, con-
Microphone input, Receiver oLltput (from nect the lemale conneotoron the Controller
Handsetand Speaker),PTT (Push'To-Talk) Cableto the FH-180,and the maleconnector
to the REMOTE jack on the modified FT-
AF Output: 180A,
Spe aker;2W (4ohms)
Handsetearpiece;0,2 W (4 ohms)

HandsetMicrophone:
-68 dBm output (600 ohms)

Dimensions(WHD):
80 x 120x 240 mm

Weight:
l 4 ks.

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Operation To transmit when using the FH-180, squeezethe
PTT switch on the inside centet ol the handset
Set the POWERswitch on the FT-180A to the handle, and talk. Releasethis switch to rctum to
REMOTE position, and set the FH-180 POWER rcceive.
switchto ON. The geen lamp will light.
The CALL and CLAR controls on the FH-180
Selectthe desiredchannel using the CHANNEL function identically to their counterpartson the
solectoron the FH-180. &t the SPEAKERswirch FT-180A.
to ON, and adjust the AF GAIN control for the
desied volume level. This control and the AF
GAIN control on the FT-180A function inde- NOTE
pendently,so that only the cofltrol on the trang
ceiverwill affect the speakerin the transceiver,
and The handsetmust alwaysbe pressedsnugly
only the control on the FH-180 will affect the into the cradlewhen not in use.Otherwisethe
volumefrom the FH-l80 speakeror earpiece. FH-180 speaker will be disabled il the
SPEAKER switch is set to the MUTE posi
When privacy is desired,communicationsmay be tion. and incomingcallsmay not be heard.
conductedonly through the handset.To disable
the FH-180 speaker,set the SPEAKERswitch to
the MUTE position. This will silenoethe FH-180
speakerwhen the handsetis removed from the
cradle, though the speakerwill be reactivatedwhen
the handstis replaced.

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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The block diagnms and circuit descdption to The 10.7 MHz lF signalis fed to a commongate
follow will providean understanding
of the internal J-FETamplifier,Q,oo?(2SKl25),and the output
design of this transceiver, Please refer to the passesthrough XF,ono, a 20 kHz bandwidth
schematicdiagrumsfor speoificcomponentdetajls. monolithic crystal filter, which prcvides e4rly
prctection against IMD produots while allowing
enough bandwidth and delay time for the noise
RECEIVER blanker circuit. The signal then passesthrough
noise blankerdiodesD1o,6 Drors,which act as
The RF input signal from the antenna is fed switchesddvcn by noise blanker controller Q2o,s
throughrclay RL4or!,lampfuseRoor, and then (2SCl8l5GR).The IF signalis arrplifiedby Q,n65
a highpassfilter before delivery to pin 2 of Jro0r (2SK192ACR), and then deliveredto a crystal
on the RF Unit. filter for USII, LSB or AM. whcrc Luwanted
adjacentsignalsare cut out. Finaily, the lti signdl
The signalpassesthrough individualantennacoils fron the crystalIilter is fed tluough diodeswitches
lbr eaohchannelalld r 10.7 IVIHZtrap, and is then to a three-stage lF amplifier, a,*, Qroos
ampiifiedby Q'm, (3SK73CR),a duit gateMOS (3SK73GR),wherethe lF signalis amplifiedto a
FETwith excellentfreedomfrom crossmodulation sullicient levelto drive the SSBand AM detectors.
and intermodulation.The amplified signalis fcd
throughan individualdiode-switched tuncdcircuit, A pofiion of the outplrt from Qrooris fed to buffer
which protectsthe mixer fron out-of-bandsignals. Q,oos(2SCl8l5Y) and detectedby D,o,,, Dro,o
(1N60),resulting in a fluctuatingDC voltage. Tlds
The RF sigralis buffercdby Qlo6a(2SK125)and voltageis ampljficdby Q,oo,(2SC1815Y), where
the output from the sourceof Qr0oais fed to a the recoverytilne of this DC voltageis tlso deter-
singlebalancedmixer,consisting of Q,oo,.Q,-" mined.This DC voltagcactsas the ACC control
(2SKl25), where the RF sjgnalis mixed with a voltaSe,whioh is fed to gatc I of the RF and lF
local signaldeliveredfrom Q,""' (2SC2407).This amplifiers.This voltxgeis alsodeliveredto S-meter
resultsin a 10.7MHz IF signalwhichis delivercd buffer Q,0,, (2SKl92ACR). Oulput from thc
throughJrooato the IF unit. buffer is delivcred to S-meter amplificr QroD
(25A5644R)and sqlrelchcontrolamplificrQ,or3
The locol signalappliedto the local 4nplilier. ( A N6 s s l) .
Qloo?,is produccdin the followingmanncflthc
locirl oscillator, consisting of Q60r/Q60ol The buflered outplrt frol11the emitter of Qroos
(2SCl923R) and fl locdl crystal, generatea
is alsodeliveredthroughAM detecto!diodeD,o,r
signalfor each individualchannel.The crystal lbr (1N60) to AF bufferQlo,o(2SCl8l5Y),and it is
each channelis selectedby a diode swifch, D6o, then delivered to AF analog switch Q,oot
D6o"/D"oo' D6oo6(lSS53) provided for cach (MC140l6BCP) on the AF unit-Thisanalogswitch
crystal. The control voltage from the channel selectsoutput liom eitherthe AM detectoror thc
switchis appliedto thesediodeswitchesto activate SSB demodulator,dependingon the mode of
the appropriate orystal. The outptt from the operatlon.
oollectorof Q-'/Q6oo, is t'ed to buffer Q6o,/
Q6oo,(2SC1923R),and then delivercdthrough The SSB si$al from Q,uo, on the lF' unit is
P 6os( P 6oo5
) / Jt.o . to Q,o o ? o n th e R F u n it. deiiveredto Jsooaon the AF unit, whereit is fed to
product detectorD.,,". D,oo, (1N60), and con,
verted to an audio signal,using the carrier sigral
NOTE: supplied by crystal oscillator Q6o3/Q6oo3 (2SC-
1923R) and buffer Q6oa /Q6ooa (2SKl92AGR).
ln oder to discriminateCARRIER/LOCAL The carrieroscillatorchanges
its liequenoydepend-
OSC Units with and without the optional ing on the activatcdmode,and clarifiesth control
crystal oven, units with the oven have part voltagewith diodeswitchesDuo./Duoo,.D"o,/Duo6g
numbe$ of the lbrm 6XX, end units without (1SS53)and variablecapacitordiode D60e/D6oo,
the oven have p4rt nurnbersof the form (1 s 2 2 0 8 ).
6OXX.

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The selectedAF signal from analoggate eroos is TRANSMITTER
deliverd to an active lowpass filter at e3ooe
(2SC1815Y),which eliminatesany high-pitchnoise ssB
on the audio signal.It is then deliveredto buffer
Qroro(2SCl8l5Y). Next, this signalpasses through The audio input signal from microphonejack Jor
a potentiometer,which controlsthe AF output, to is fed to J3oo,on the AF unit. The speechsignalis
audio power amplifier Q3or, (ppC2002V), and amplified by Q3oo, (2SC732BL) lnal delivereal
is then deliveredthroughJ3oo6to the speaker. through microphone gain control potentiometer
VR3@r to two stagesof AF amplifief
A portion ol the RX IF signal from e,oo7 is e3oo,
(2SC?32GR) and etrooa(2SCl8l5y). The output
delivercd to three stages of noise amplifier, from the emitter of Q*oo is applieclto clouble
a,or?,Q'0,6andQ,o,a(2SC1583). Eachindividual balancedmodulator Qrooe(MCl495p), wherethe
transistor contains two sections,whicl are con- amplified speechsignaland appljed carder signal
figured as differential amplifiers.When a carner produce a DSB signalat the IF ftequency(10.7
or noise-freesignal is rcceived,the noise signal MHz). The balanced modulator provides high
is rectifiedby D.I)zz,D,a,1 (1N60), producing carier suppression stability coresponding to
a DC voltage. This DC voltage is amplified by vadoustemperatureohanges. The signalis then fed
Q10,5(2SClEl5Y),which charges C,,:o for noise to Jroo,for deliveryto the IF unit.
blanker AGC purposes. This AGC voltage is
usedto controlthe gainofQror?ande,o16,When The IF signal appeadngat pin 2 of Jroor is fed
pulse-type noise is received, Dro* and Dror3
throughbuffer Qloo, (3SK73GR)to the appropri-
rectify the noise signal, which controls noise ate crystai filter for the mode in use(LSB, USB,
blankerswitchQ?ors. A3h) accordingto the instructionsfrom the mode
selector.The rcsulting SSBsignalis amplified by
Noise pulsesare of very short duration, but high
Qroo, (3SK73GR) and then delivered to single
amplitude.Becauseof the very short time constant balancedmixer Qroorand e,oo, (3SK73CR)on
of the RroeT/C,r,sdischargepath, ACC voltageis the RF unit. Here the IF signalis mixed with the
not induced by theseshort durationpulses.There- local signalfrom the local signaloscillator/buffer.
fore, the noise amplifiers operate at full gain, Finally, the RF signat is amplified by
prcviding maximum voltageto the baseof e,o,a. e,oo,
(3SK73CR)andQ,oo.(2SC2407) jn the pA unir.
When a desiredsignaland noisepulseare received
simultaneously,the blanking action is not im- A3h
paired,becousethe relativediffercnceberweenrne
desiredsignaland the noisepulseis still high. The USB signal at Q,oo, from the USB filter is
Joinedby a I0.7 MHz carriersignalfrom the carrier
oscillator, resultingin an A3h signal.The carrier
level is determined by VRloor on the IF unit,
sendingthe A3h signalor1the samepath followed
for SSB.

100/s0 w PowER AMPLIFIER

The input si$al is amplified by pre-ddver


esoo,/
,oo' (2SCI589),push-pulldriversQsoo,/eoo',
esoo!/
,oo3(2SC2395),and then fu her amplitiedby rhe
push-pull final amplifier esooa/rooa,
eaoo5/roos
(2SC2290),which suppliesapproximately100/50
watts of RF output. This RF signalis then fed
throughthe LPF unit to the antenna.
NOTEr

Parts with numbersof the fonn 8)O(X arc


used in the 50W model, while thoswith
numbeB of the form 9X)(X are usedin the
l00Wmodel,

10 W POWERAMPLIFIER

The input signal is amplified by driver Q?ool


(2SC2166)and dliveredto the push-pullfinal
amplifier,consistingof QrooandQmor(2SC2509).
This RF signalis then doliveredto the LPF unit.

ALC Circuit

A varietyof levelcontrolsystemsargincludedin
the FT-180A for protectionagainstoverdriveand
hish SwR.

At the dirctional coupler the output voltage is


sensed, and wher a high SWR condition existg
the voltageis detectedby D.on, D.o1r (tSS97),
and the overd.ive Al,C voltage is detectedby D.orr,
D.or. (lSS97). Thcae rcctified ALC control
voltages arg amplified together by Q40or
(2S4564Q) and Q.oo, (2SCl8l5Y) (A3h: Q.oor-
Qaod), for thc control ofTX IF stage.

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MAINTENANCEAND ALIGNMENT
This transceiverhas been carcfully aligned and EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
tested at thc factory. With normal use, it should
rot rcquirc othcr than the usu l attentiongiyento (1) RF SifnalGenerator:Hewlett-paokard Model
electronicequipmcnt. 606A or equivalent.with one volt output at
50 ohms,and frcquencycoverageto 30 MHz.
Seflice or rcplacementof a n1ajorconponent may
rcqrirc substarrtial
ddjustment. (f) VacuumTube Voltmeter(VTVM): Hewlett-
UnJer no cireum-
stances, though.sholtldrealignmcnt be tttempted PackardModel 410B or cquivalent,
with an
unless the operation of the transceiveris fully RF probegoodto 40 MHz.
understood,thc malfunction has becn carcfully
analyzcd,and the fault has definitely beenuacco (3) Dunrmy lotd/wL{ttnreter:Yaesul\4odelyp-
to misalignment.Suddcn difficulties are alntost I502 or equivalent,
with 50-ohmnon reaotive
alwayscauscdby componcntiailure,rlrlherthan load impedance,rrted nt 150 watts average
misalignmenl.

(4) Two additional50-ohm durnmyloadswith


Sc icc must be peffollnedonly by expericnced provlslonto connect all thrce in parallel,or
pcfsonnel, thc propertestequipment.
Lrsing one I?-ohmdummyload.

PA UNIT

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(s) AF SignalGenerator:Hewlett-packardModel RECEIVER ALIGNMENT
200ABor cquivalcnt.
1. Antenna Coil/RI Coit Atignmerlt
(6) A generalcoveregereceivercovering3 to 30
a) Set the CIIANNEL selector to thc cnannet
MHz,with a 100 kHzcrystalcalibrator. to be aligned, and thc RF GAIN control firlty
clockwise.
( 7 ) FrcquencyCounter:YaesuMoclelyC-500or
b) Connect the signal gener:ltor to thc
equivalent,
with resolutjonto O.0l kHz and anrenna
jlck, and tune its output
frequencycoverageto 50 MHz. to the onanrlel
frequency.Now set the output lcvelto 90 clll.
( 8 ) Oscilloscope:
Llcwlett-Ptckard
Model l7:l0A c) Adjust the coils shown below for traxrmum
or cquivalent. deflection on flre SJneter.
Clll: T,oo:. T,ool
NOTE: Regardirrg
Measurcment
Irvels CH:: T,ooa. Troi,.
CH3: T,oft. Iroo,
Wherl decibel levcls arc quotecl in the following CH4: Troos, I,oo,
scctjon(e.9. "Apply a 90 dB signLrl . . ...), the CH5: T,o,n, T,0,,
rcferer)ceuscclis 0 dB = I !V. At 50 ohfts, this CH6: T,o,,, T,o l
ievclis cquivalenttr) 107dBnr.
NOTEiAIi channeisale simplex_For ouplcx
channel alilnnrcnt, sec pagc 41,
stcp 2. lbr translbnncrlocntions.

AF UNI ]F UNIT

VR3(SQL PRESET)

UNIT

BOTTOM VIEW

29
RX Mixer Coil Alignment IF Coil Adjustment

Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed a) Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed
channel, and the RF GAIN control fully channel, and rotate the RF CAIN control
clockwise. fully clockwjse.
b ) Setthe signalgeneGtorexactlyto the channel b) Apply an 80 dB si$al from the signal
frequency,and apply a 90 dB signal. generatorto the ANT jaok. Adjust thefollow-
c) Now adjust T1016for maxirnum deflection ing coils on the IF unit for a maximumrcad-
on the S-meter. ing on the S-meter.

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3. RX Trap Coil Alignment Thesecoil. should be aligneLlin lhe gjvcn
order, or the co!rcot pcak may not be
a) Set the CHANNEL selectotto any installed obtained. This procedure should also be
channel,imd connect the audio voltmeter to repeateda few times to obtain correct align-
the speakerjack. ment.
b) Connectthe siglal generatorto th antenna
jack, and applya 100 dB signalat 10.7MHz.
Adjust Troo, md T,o'4 a few times for
minimum indication on the audio voltmeter
and $meter.

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5. NB Coil Adjushnent b ) Apply a 90 dB signalfiom the signalgenerator
to the ANT jack, and adjust VR,ooa for a
Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed deflectionof 59+60dB.
channel,and oonnectthe signalgeneratorto c) Reducethe amplitudeof the signalgenerator
theANTjack. to l0 dB, and adjust VR,oo, to the point
b) Connectthe DC voltmeter to TPoTon the IF wherethe S-meterjuststartsto deflect.
unit, and adjust the signalgeneratoroulpur RepeatStepsb and c until the properdeflec-
to 40 dB on the channelfrequency. tion is obtained.
c) Now adjustT.o,r, Tro,, and Trorofor mtnl-
mum deflectionon the DC voltmeter. 7. ProductDetectorAlignment

SMeter Alignment w. t h o u t a p f , ly in ea n ) 5 ig n a ro
l rh . r e c e i v e f ,
adjust VR3oojfor a minimum rcadingon the
Without rpplying any signatto the ANT jack, S-meter.
and with the RF GAIN control fully clock-
wise, adjust VRroo. to the point where rne
S'meterjust startsto deflect.

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TRANSMITTER ALIGNMENT 3, TX Mixer Coil Alignment

While performingtransmitterilignments,the ANT a) Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed


jack must be terminatedby a 50-ohmload,unless channel, and disconnectPo3 from its jack
otherwisespecifiedin the steps.Failure to follow (J'oo3) on the RF unit. Connectthe RF probe
this precaution will void the waranty of this of the VTVM to Jroo3 .
equipment. b) Now adjust Trors on the RF unit for a
maximumreadingon the VTVM.
1. Balanced Coil Alignmenr
l\,[odulator
4. TX IF Tmp Coil AliSnment
a) Disconnectplug Pr" from its jack (J,oor)on
the IF unit, and teminate Pr3 with a 50- Note: If a spectrumanalyzeris not available,
ohm rcsistor. Connectthe RF probe of the do not proceedwith this aliglment,
VTVM to P,s. as the spuriouson 10,7MHz that nay
b) Tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and resultcannotbe properlyobserved.
adjust T3uorfor a maximum readingon the
VTVM. a) Set the CHANNEL selector to the closest
frequency to 10.? MHz of the installed
2. CarrierNull Alignment frequencies,and the MODE switch to A3h.
Connectthe spectrumanalyzerto Jroo3on the
a) Set the MoDE switch to USB, VR.oo, fully RF unit.
counterclockwise,and set the CIIANNEL D) Now close the PTT switch, and adjustTrolr
selectorto an installedchannel. for a minimum spuriouslevel at 10.7MHz
b) With an externalreceivertunedto the channeL on the spectrumanalyzer.
fiequency,closethe PTT switchon the micro-
phone. Now adjust VRroo, for rtlinrmum
on rheextemalreceiver.
sign3lindjcation

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AF' UNIT

32-
TX lF Coil Alignment 8. ALC Alignment

a) DiscoflnectPo6 from its jack (Jroo6)on the Note: Do not switch channels or modcs
RF unit, and terminatePo6 with a 50-ohm duringtransmission.
resistor.Conneclthe RF probe of the VTVM a) Preset the potentiometersand MODE switch,
to Por. as follows:
b) Adjust Troor and Tzoo,for maximum dellec- VRr-, AF Unit Full) counterrlockwise
tion on the VTVM. VR,oo, IF Unit Fully clockwise
VRo*, LPF Unit Fullyclockwise
IC Meterand Idling CurrentAlignment VRroo: I PF Unit Fullycounterclockwise
vR,uo' LPF Unit Full) counlerclocku ise
the +13.5volt lineto the PA unit,
a) Disconnect MODEswitch A3h
and connect an ammeterir1 serieswith the b ) On any channel,close the PTT switch and
line. Tum the CALIB/CALL switchto CALL. adjust VR,oor for a poweroutput of 50 watts
D./ Adjust VRsoorso that the readingon the lC on the dummy load/wattmeter. (50W PAI
meter will show the somevalueasthat or tlre 25 watts;I0W PAr 4 watts)
c) Check the power output for eachfrequency
c) Now releasethe CALIB/CALL switch,And and set the CHANNEL selectorto the channel
set VR3oorfully counterclockwise.Pressthe at whichminimumpoweris obtained.
PTT switch,and adjustVReoo,(100WPA), Q) Again adjust VRroor for a power output of
VRsoo,(50w PA), or VRnr, (lOW PA) for 67 wattson the dummyload/wattnreter (50W
a readingof 100 n1Aon the ammeter. PA: 33 watts;l0W PA: ? watts).
e) AdjustVRaoo,for 35 wattson the wattmeter
1. FWD MeterSetting (50WPAr l8 watts;IoW PA: 4 wotts).
Now sct the MODE switch to USB, the
Tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, md
CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and adjust
adjust VRsoo, to 80% of lirll scaleon the
VRoo6. for a readingof 100 watts on the
S/FWDmetcr.
dumm) lord/wrrrmer<r(50W PA: 50 warts;
low PA: I0 watts).

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Releasethe CALIB/CALL swrtch, and apply to 50 ohms). Tum the CALIB/CALL switch
a 2 mV 1000Hz siglal from the AF generator to CALL, and adjust VRaoor for 75 watts
to the MIC connector'Set the MODE switch power output, as indicatedon the wattmeter
to SSB(USBor LSB). (50WPA: 37.5watts;10WPA: ?.5 watts).

h) Adjust VR3oo1 to the point where the Note for 50WModel:


specified power output is obtained on the Never attempt to adjust VRroor or VRaoo3
dummy load/wattmeter- without performingthe entireALC alignment
procedurc, as this may cause the final
Connect three 50-ohm dummy loads m transisto$ to exceed the specified power
parallel, so as to present a 17-ohm load oulpul.lecdinglo damage b' overhealing.
to the amplifier (l:3 SWR with rcference

50w/100wPA UNIT

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COMMONCIRCUITS c) Removethe VTVM from P6o2aanalconnect
the frcquencycounterto the plug.
l. Carrier/LocalOscillatorAlignment Set the CLARIFIER control to the center
position, and adjust the core of T6001ror a
readingof 10.700MHz.
Note: When the optional crystal oven is
e) Now closethe PTT switch and adjustTC6oo?
installed,there is a differencein the
part numbers used in the FT-180A. for a rcadingof exactly 10.700MHz.
Part numbers of the form 60XX Next, rcmove the counter from p6oraand
should be read as 6XX (e.9., D6oo6 connect the frequency counter to J1qq5on
+ D6 06 ). the RF unit.
c) The local oscillator frequency must be
rJjustedb, the appropriare lrimmercrpdii-
a) Disconnect P6o,afrom its jack (J3oo3)on the tor, corrcspondingto the CHANNELselector.
AF unit, and connect the RF probe of the Adjust the trimmer capaciton on the CAR-
VTVM to P6o,a. RIER/LOCALOSC Unit as shownbelow,ro
b) Adjust T600, for maximum deflection on the the exactcrystalfrcquencies.
VTVM. The nominal value is approximately CHI I TC6oo,
0.2 volts. CH2: TCoon,
CH3r TC6oo.
CH4: TCun*
CH5: Tce,os
CH6: TC",,u

Tone OscillatorAlignment

Connect the fuequencycounter to Tp.0o1


TC. i on the AF unit, tum the CALIB/CALL switch
to CALL, and adjust VR3oo6for a frequency
of 1500Hz 120 Hz.
Connect the AF voltmeter to the intemal
speakerteminals, and tum the CALIB/CALL
switch to CALIB. Adjust VR3oo5on the AF
unit for a reading of 0.45 volts on the AF
voltmeter,
c) Connectthe AF voltmeterto TP3or. tum
the CALIB/CALL switchto CALL, and aojusr
VR3ooafor a readingof 80 mV on the AF
CARRIER/LOCALUNIT voltmeter.

RIGULATOR/CONTROL UNIT

35
7
MODIFICATIONS
LSB FILTER INSTALLATION
l
Removethe bottom coverof the transceiver'
analcarefullydisconnectall connectorson the
tF unit. Then, unscrew the four lF unit
mountingscrewson the cornen of the unit-
"l
2) Install the LSB Filter on the IF unit usingthe
-;"1
"1
--.1
I rr uur
I
nuts provialed,in the spacebesidethe existing
IF filte$. Solderthe pins of the filter to the
circuit board.

lnstall the IF Unit in exactly the same


conflgumtion as beforc, and securcit with
the mounting scrcws Connect all plugs to
their jacks,a d closethe tmnscerver'

BOTTOMVIEW

XF.IO.7HL-A

X F -1 0 . HU-a
7
i
I FILTER
- 1 0 . 7HA

LSB FILTER

36
OPTIONAL CRYSTAL OVEN INSTALLATION preuously remained loose, near the CAR-
RIER/LOCAL OSC Unit. (Refer to Figures2
1) Removethe bottom and top coversfrom the and3.)
chassis.
7) Crystalsused in the oven differ from those
2) On the bottom side of the tftnsceiver,dis- used wjthout, and so new crystalsmusr oe
connectPre on the lF unit, and Pr4 on the installed when the oven is added. See the
AF unit. On the top side,disoonnectPo5and procedureon the following page.
Po? on the RF unit. (Refer to FigurcsI and
J , r/P;.,(P" :,) J?tn7 /P6e(P 6111)
2.) Note: if the Remote Control Unit is
installedoverthe RF Unit,it must be removed
to accessPo?on the RF Unit.

Unscrcw the four CARRIER/LOCAL OSC


Unit mounting screwsmarkedA on Figure2.
Then rcmove the CARRIER/LOCAL OSC
Unit mountingplate from the unit.

+) Affrx the mountingplate to the crystaloven


with the screwsremovedstep3.

s) Securethe crystal oven with the mounting


plate, in exactly the same configumtion as
Ihe CARRIER/LOCALOSCUnir with previ-
ousry.

6) Connectall plugs to their approprilte jacks.


(P6o5to J,oo., P6o7to lioo?, P61,to Jroo?and
P614to J3oo3). The heatercable(P6ao)should
be connected to Pje. This connector had BOTTOMVIEW
FigureI
Jnu/Patt J LoaJF

TOP VTEW TOP VIEW


Figure2 Figure3
CHANNEL INSTALLATION PROCEDUR.E SMPLEX CIIANNELS

The channelinstallationrequiresa channelcrystal, 1. Referringto Figure4, install the crystalsinto


capacitors,coils,and somejumper wires.The exact the socketson the CARRIER/LOCAL Unit.
value of theseparts should be detemined in ac- Be sure to install the corect crystal in each
cordancewith the followinginstnrctions. socket,accordingto the channelnumber. If
theFT-l8oAis equippedwith a crystal ovFn,
The fomula below is usedto determlnethe exact the CARRIER/LOCAL Unit is locatedwithin
crystalfrequencies: the oven.
Crystal = Channelfrcquency + 10.7MHz
2. Unplug all connectorson the RF unit, un-
screwthe four mounting screws,and rcmove
NOTE: the RF Unit from the chassis.
The specificationsfor crystalsused with the
oven differ from thoseusedwithout the oven, 3. Referringto Figures5 and 6, notice that each
so when orderingcrystals,pleasestateclearly of the six channelshas two transformers,
thc 8-digitpart number1H...)givenin the together with their associated capacitoA,
Tablebelow,alongwith the channelftequen- which must be selectedto correspond with the
cy. desiredchannelfrcquency.Obtain the corect
values for these ttansfomers and capacitors
from the BAND TABLE on page44, and
installin the correctlocationson the RF Unit.

CH6simplexor CH3TX only CH3simplexor CH3RX only


CH2simplexor CH2RX only
CHssimplxor CH2TX only
CH4simplexor CHl TX only CH1simplexor CHI RX only

Thoselocationsusd Theseloations used


{or TX crystalsfor for RXcrystalsfor
smi-duPlexchannols channels.
semi-duplex

CRYSTALTOCATIONS
Figure4
CRYSTAL DATA

x6ofi X 6001 X 600/i x60l l-xuorxooi


H0!0:387 Iror,-,::re l H0t0:390

Iloldcr I HC4ljjU IIc-:l:lU


IT
F r c .ru c tru y I 1 0 .7Ml l z C l l + l 0i (!l II7) l0 7 NiHz C H+ 10.I (i Il l z)
(l l .l i uH zro ( 1:.1 MIIZi .
18.7N l H z) :l l .7 vIk)
lf-.,.-*
r r -l.*^....-- t
Ilotle fFuDJ inr
ut dinr Lf. tl c l
. nt Fl D
r rdr o
dncnhl
'N n t J l
I
t
'r'J
,."*
\ . , r 1J ! r r J r c c ] : . r 1l llo: 'Pt F 14 DF i :6 Dt-
P r r a lte lcu F icita n cc
"*
3 4 DfI0 lp F 5pFI05pf
F
. l 4 l 'F 1 0 l p F | 5 l 'F , O i I F

| . r v! i!.\h r . i l.s. th ., 4 0 J] l s\ I[rn 40 lesr thxr 40o llss lhnn ,10!2

U, \. .r(1 l r..\ ] ,.u fr **


r l c rl n c e ] i 5 0 l l z
F r e q u e n cto I 'lo t
p' n
fio"' l-r4l
f Rq u c ,R \ !l n p p mr l 0" cn' 50' cr !0.l 5 ppmr' C( ?0' ( to 80" C )
" tJ b i l i tr |
n\ e n tc m N rJ ru re 75" C1 3' C

38
For example;toinstall 2182 kHz into channel
1, find the valuesfor 2.0 2.5 MHz in the cH l cH 2 C H 3 C H 4 C H 5 C H 6
BAND TABLE. Therewe find that the tlans-
formeff shouldbe part no. L0020973,and the
capacitors,100 pF. From Figures5 and 6we
see that the transfomers shouldbe installed
in locationsT'oo, and T1ooj,and the capaoi-
torsin locationsCroz1andC1os3 (for CH 1).

4. Pa A in Figures 7 and 8 illustrates the


jumper wiresthat must be connectedbetween
Jo7 and Jrr or Jn on the RF Unit (if all six
channelsare to be simplex).[f somechannels
are to be semi-duplex,install only those
jumpers coresponding to the simple chan-
J.i J -r
T^ CH FX CH
J,,tJ
J
iJ:;
SELECT SELECT
nel(s).

Figure5 RF Unit

I
-lF
T

l* Etrnl
-iF

RF Unit - componentside
Figure6

39
5. Refering to Part B in Figures7 and 8, install
a jumper from rhe point adjacentto the pin NOTE:
of lro corresponding to lhe channelbeing
installedto the point connectedto the pin of Improper jumper colmectionsmay damage
Joe correspondingto the LPF whose fre- the lowpassfilte$ and final transistors.
quencyrangeincludesthe channelfrequency.
For example,if ChannelI is to be 2182 kHz,
connect the jumper from the point next to When all desiredchannelshavebeeninstalled,
pin 2 of J1oto the 1.6-2.6MHz point next rctum the RF Unit to its odginalpositionand
to Joe. If morc than one channelis in the rcplaceth mountingscrcwsand connectoF.
same LPF bimd, simply make multiple con-
nectionsto the point adjacentto Joe.

Figur7

Chan.ersl-3 and 4 6 jumoered


^

L P F F F E O U E N C YF A N G E

2 r-Jaa/ 1 . 6 r v l B z- 2 . 6
^/Hz
: rP03r6ootER
j",^?'. iFu'f'|/.,"v B
. Xv
4.".11,
Rl5 y R ? 3 t _ t>
u 3 + ,2 m ;P
vl ll
'Ax L,- !1","t I t.t -. c
vw 61
:f c!31lif
I v; R53t t,\ o
I l-:--"er+rl
I ll Po ti l
I l- . ro 6 l T x E l1 1 MHz 1 8 . 0M N z

cH l cH 3 cH 5 E! rpr selecr luupeatcHl 2rg2kHz)


cH2 cH4 CH6

B rer tu.p"o

RF UNIT PB_ 22698


(tro. I

40
SEMI-DUPLEXCHANNELS 3. Install the ChannelSelectorJumper(s)fronl
point adjacentto Jo? to the point adjacentto
1. Referring to Figure 4, on the CARRIER/ J'1 for the semi-duplexchannel(s)being
LOCAL Unit, install the RX crystal for the installed,asshownin Figure9.
semiduplex channelinto location l, 2 or 3;
arrd the TX crystal into location 4, 5 or 6, 4. Referringto step 5 and Part B of Figures7
rcspectively.That is, if CH I is to be semi- and 8 in the Simplex Channel procedure,
duplex, the TX crystalgoesin the CH 4 posi- install the LPF jumpr(s)for the TRANSMIT
tion; CH 2 semiduplex TX crystal in CH 5; frequencyin the CHl, CH2 or CH3 positions
and CH 3 semi-duplex TX crystalinto CH 6. (points in common with pins 4, 5 and 6 of
Jro, respectively).Do not install any LPF
2. Referringto the BAND TABLE on page44, jumper for semi-duplexchannelsin the CH4,
detemine the valuesof the transformersand CH5 or CH6 positions.
capaciton neededfor the RX and TX fre-
quencies.Install theseparts in the locations 5. Referringto Figurc 10, out the wirc to con-
listedbelow and shownin Figures5 and 6. nector Prr that coresponds with the CH
location that is being used as the transmit
CHANNELI: liequency for the semiduplexchannel.That
cH I ( R X) T,oo,.T,"-, C,n,,, C,o., is, if CHI is to be semi-duplex,cut the wrre
cH 4 ( TX) T,oos,T,o-. C,n-, C,o.u to pin 4 (designatedCH4 in Figure l0). For
CHANNEL2: CH2 semi-duplex, cut the wire to pin 5 (CH5);
cH 2 ( R X) T,oo4,T,0"5.C,m2,C,o54 and for CH3 semi-duplex,the wirc to pin 6
cH 5 ( TX) Tro,o,T,0,,,C,n,,,C,0,, (cH6),
CHANNEL3l
cH 3 r R X) T,ooo,T oo-.C,o:,,C.05,
cH 6 ( TX) T,0,,. T,o,,. C,o,". C,o,c

SEMI.DUPLEXJUMPER CONNECTIONS
FiSure9

RF Unit

CH
ON SEMI.OUPLEX (currorC B 3ssmndupr er )
CH6
( c ! t r o r c H 2 i m i l l p e xl
/,CH5
/ / .cH4 t.ut tot cHl in).drpte4
/',-CH3 -l
-
/ra lc,}l,z >ooNor cLrr
)
--Z,/-Cj-l.l

Fieurel0

4 l-
FT-180A 6. Co lect one end of each of the supplied
MODIFICATIONPROCEDURE connection cables to the RF Unit: Plo to
FOR USEWITH THE FH.18O J'6,6,P1' to J161'
, andP" to J'o" .

Kit required:Part numberD3000266 '7. Referring to Figure 12, install the Remote
Control Unit (suppliedwith the kit) usingthe
1. Disconnect the FT-180A from the power the suppliedmounting screws.Makesurethat
source,and removethe 4 screwsaffixing the no wiresor connectorsarepinchedor trapped
top cover-Loosen the side plate scrcws,and beneaththe Unit.
removethe cover,
8. Connectthe other endsof the new connection
2. Refefiing to FigureI 1, locate the two scrcws cablesto the Remote Control Unit: Pa, to
affixing the Connector Unit. Removethese J7o5,P so to J7o6, and & r toJ7o7.
screws,but do not rcmove the connectom
from the Unit yet. Disconnectthe following plugsone at a time
frcm the ConnectorUnit, and connectthem
3. Carefully disconnectplugs Pro, Pr and Pu to the jacks on the RemoteContrcl Unit: Pa5
from RF Unit (previouslybeneaththe Con- to Jror. P4" ro J,or. P4 lo J-or and P.s ro
nector Unit). Also disconnectplugs Pa3and I,oc.
P44iiom the ConnoctorUnit.
10. ConnectPs, from the newCHANNELselector
4, Removethe CHANNEL selectorknob,mount- switchto Jios on the RemoteContrcl Unit.
ing nut and washer,and removethis switch
and its wires disconnectedin the previous Il. Replacethe top cover and its 4 sorcws.This
slep. completesthe modification.

5. Install the new BCD switch suppliedwith the


kit, with wircs and plug Ps,.

TOP VIEW
C H A N N E L S WI T C H

J1010/P 10

r 00|]
' fI, qJ1o11tP1t
u
J1606/P48
J16 05/ P47

J1 60 1/ P43 - CO NNECTO F U N I T n
J1O12tPt2 ll
J1603/P45

l n r u rtr \ nr ur ' t

CONNECTOR
UNIT

Fig. 11

42
C H A N N E LS WI T C H

REM OT EC N T L U N I T

Jt01lP45 'J702/P46

TOP VIEW

Fig.12

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

43
t-
BAND TABLE
FREQ.
RANGE TR]ANS-
FREQUENCY FORMERS
MODIFICA, RANGE Qtv CERAMICCAPACTTORS Qty
TION T'ooz-T,or, (c'o'r oru, c' o os
KIT NO, ' '.-' ')

D3000116 1.6 2.OMHZ r,m20973 2 CH(K0217s181)2


50wV 180pF
2.o 2.2sMHz 50wV 120pFCH(K02175121) 2
D3000117 2.0- 2.5MHz LO020973 2
2.25 2.sMHz sowv 100pFCH(K02175101) 2
2 . 5 2 . 7 5 \ 4 Hz5 0 wv S )p F CH(K 0 258
1 2 0 , 2.
D3000118 2.5- 3.0 MHz LDO20973 2
2.?5- 3.0VHz 50wv s5prCH(K0)l75so0)2
3.0- J.25MH2 50WV l50pl cH(X021-5151) 2
D3000119 3.0- 3.5MHz LD020974 2
3.2s 3.sMHz 50wv l20prCHG02l7s12l) 2
3.5 4.0MHz 50wV 100pF
CH(K02175101)2
D3000120 3.5- 4.5 MIIx. 1.00209'74 2
4.0- 4.5MHr 50wv 75pfCH(K021-9018)2
D3000121 4.5- 5.0MHz L00209'74 2 50WV 55pFCH(K02175s50)
s.0- 5.5MHz 50wV 62pFCH(K021790I-) 2
D3000122 5.0- 6.0MHz t 0020975 2
5.5- 5.0[4Hz 50WV a'pFCH(k0217s470)2
6.0- 5.5MIL 50wv 39pFCH(K02175390)2
D3000123 6.0- 7.0MHz L0020975 2
6.s '.0 MH7 50wv 33pFCH0(021-5330) 2
D3000124 7.0- 8.0 MHt L0020976 2 50Wv 5lpFCII(K02179015)2
D3000125 8.0- 9.0MHz L0n20976 2 50wv 39pFCH(.K02175390)2
D3000126 9.0- 10.2[LHz LO020917 2 sowv 39pFCH(K0217s390)2
D3000401 10.2
- 11,7MHz L00209't1 2 50WV 27pFCH(K021?5270)2
D3000127 I1.7- 14.0MHz LO02097',7 2 50WV l5pFCH(K02175150)2
D3000128 14,0- 17.0MHz L0020971 2 sowv 6pFcH(K02173060)2
D3000129 17.0- 18.0MHz LO020971 2 s0wv 3pFCH(K02172030) 2

* Channelfrquencies 9.1 MHzIF version.


in tluslangecannoibe installedin the special
** Channel in thisrangecanonly be installed
frequencies in the special9.1 MHzIF version.

44
PARTS LIST

Pl (wilh wtre) T9204200 5251.02


P 2( " ) T9204201 525109
Q1 c3408440Y 2 SD 8 4 4 Y P] ) T9204202A 52510.2
t4 ) T9204:01 5? 02
5251-02
DI O DE P8( " ) '19244241 2
Dl, 2 c2090306 si 10F1 (Al\I) r208 s251-06
D3-8 c 20 1 5 5 5 0 " ls 1555 P ro ( " ) T9204209! 5251.07
D9 G2Q90421 1SS5- l Pll T92012OB 525r-06
PIZ I !2]942 I B 5251.06
P 11t " ) T92042 5251-02
R1 J 10 2 7 6 1 0 0 f97442 5251-10
1 /2 WG J 1oft ?15 I T920,121,1 525102
R2 r 10 2 7 6 1 0 1 ' 100n Pt6( , ) T92042r5 5?5105
Rl ,s t0\215472 Carbonfilm 1,'4wTt 4.?ko P1?( , ) I92A4216A 525t-12
J 32 0 0 9 0 0 1 P 7o( ) T9204218A 52510?
J 32 0 0 9 0 0 1 0 .0 2 5 r J P?.11 ) T9204219A s251-07
r32009004 0.025J) P26( , ) T97A4221 5251-06
lq !- r91A4222 5251-lI
!?e( 't9204211
't9201124 [.ad
ELr( ) 5251,11
J 62 8 0 0 0 s 9 DMr0A6?9,\ l0Ifr,\.10kIrlJ P 32 ) T920122s.{ siii-r:
vl{2 J62 800J 58 fj t\l l 0 A6 ? 9 -l
A o k j l B x2 Pl3 '19204216 5219,03
vRl J 50 ?r0 5 0 2 v 1 0 K.8 .1 .25 K B !11! r' ) '19204121 llJ 1-!8
lll( " ) ' 192i ]4228 52.f!L
P 36( ) 't92t4229A
!4!4c1roR - i?!1i11
c6 -1 2 ,14 K l3r 7900rJ C{.1tui.dis. 50WV 0 01/]l: P 37( " ) T9204210 l?sL.o3
(D D t0 6 ri 0 3 2 5 0 v_) P l 8( ) rt2oa23r 525107
c1 ,2 ,1 3 rrlrmog- , 0.047!l l P r9( ) rlzorisu,r sMll{3v-u
(D DI1 0 F 4 7 3 2 5 0 V)
Ktrl49or5 , 2 5 WV Ol ]:f
(J t tl x t0 4 K .L 4 6 Al ) LA MP .--.'_------.,'.'-'--_
(:5 K 40 1 4 9 0 0 6 Ii l c rto l y ri c 22A l hl (11000045 l 2V l 5ni A _ K 0,:1 03, ( j( r __
(2 5 R L ? 2 0 0_). l 4v0.t2A Mt04l 5 9

rr4eren
MI Nt 0 2 9 0 0 2 5 170

SPAKER
v 40 9 0 0 5 5
!!L i P2ooo.o4
R l. t lllt 0 9 0 0 t8 r;4w-tttiii l ruvlr

Q6000061 M L ] L8 2 . I 5 P
s2 N20 9 0 0 2 1 8 A tO 1 1
sl N20 9 0 0 2 6 34:?1111
s,1 \ r 0r9 0 0 8 5 sRN2044
s5 N01 9 0 0 s 9 s R N t0 4 l
N01 9 0 0 3 8 sRN3066
-56l Ran=bt;i Nor9olt l t:tras Luau
st a FT180t N20 9 0 0 2 1
sl (FT 180A ) N20 9 0 0 3 2 8 A-3 0 2 1 P!-2269( l:0002269c
(r rrMH z) (1 ::h.rorl

P 00 9 0 1 5 8 FM 2t 4 8SS
t2 P 10 9 0 1 3 4 sc7627
J3 P 10 9 0 0 0 s sc8050 Q100,{1006 c1801:50 l sK 125
J4 (FT-180) P 00 9 0 2 1 s RBI 9R4I l c4800730c
Q1001,1002,1008. lsrrtck
P 10 9 0 1 9 4 MAR 06ll t009
r4 (rT-lr joA ) P 10 9 0 0 3 6 Q S AB4M
Js(rT-180) P 00 9 0 1 5 8 FM 2l4- 8S5
J5(FT I8 04) s c t-l 2 H t
J7(FT- l80A ) P 10 9 0 r4 9 s-r620A-sTA Q1001,100? c3l r:,10?0 2sc2,107

45
c1045 K 0217s680 Cera.ricdisc 50wv 68nI
Dl00t 1010 . c2090027 si 1ss53 ( D D l 0 7 C H 6 8 0 J5 0 \')
1027 1030 crc46 K O21?nOr l o 0 !'!
-
Lt 011 1026 G20901l8 Scholtky barier lSS9l ( D D 1 0 7 CIIl 0 l J5 0 V)
clllI K 02t?9021 " llopl
( D D l 0 9 C II1 l tJs0 V)
ct 107 K 02179022 '' 160r l
R1065. 108s t42245419 a x b o nl i l ,n L/4wS i 4 ro (D Dr09CHr 61J50V)
Rr 060, 1061 t02245429 a.2sr cl 07l K 02179027 _ Z1 l ) p l
-
R1 08 7 J02245100 10!r ( D D l l 2 CH 2 ? r J5 0 V)
R1 08 9 r0 2 2 4 5 1 8 0 " " 18l] cr006,1034, K 10179024 " 0 0 l !l
R1 08 6 J02245390 ,; ,. ,, 39o 10:l ? 1039,104r (cDs080xnt03K50)
104t,1049,105r,
R1052 r&is4io r0s2,t0?1,1072,
R1058 J02245560 " " 561) 1080,1081,1084,
R1055 J02245680 r087,r090,rr00,
" " 685r 1113,1120
R1009 t0 2 2 4 5 8 2 0
R1026, 1029 ,1 0 3J60, 2 2 4 5 1 0 1 ct00]J008, K t9 r49021
1038 1015 1020, ( U A T O I JX4 T]K.I,4 5 AE)
1027 1033,1015
Rt0 l5 l02 l !oa245r2l " ,, l 20n r 016,1040.1042,
R1062 J02245151 " . : ,, 150f) 1044,1065 1070
; 18ot 1075,1076,1077,
R1002, 1031 .1 0 3J022as1al
i, 1082,1083,1088,
1053 l 09l 1093,
Rl0?3 22A A 1095 1099,110|
Ja4!!2J1. - I103,1104,1112,
R1088, 1090 J02245211 Ll t4- l 6
R 027.1031 J02245131 , , 3300
R 044- 1049,1 0 5 '-nzraslgl
4, ;
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K t9 t49025
056, r 057, 1 0 8 3 1048,10?3,1102. (ti A 113X104K- L46Ali)
r106
R 0031006, 1 0 0 7 !02245681 :, ,, 6rfuo
021 cr005 (40 t?0105 E tcoi ffi t yt icsoil'v- - lii:
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082 cLios-_ K 40120106 ' l5wv l0! l
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- r093
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R 034 t0224st22 ,, ,, t.2to 1059 1064 (L6RE 33)
050 t02245t52
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ir o:r r ozo, Scoll^NiJ IADLIl (prgo44)
R 042 l 05l 1058
R 094 J02245472 ,, ,, ,,4.7ttt INOUCTOR
-
I 025 !a2i45562 ,, ,, ,, 5.6k(l u 0 | I ,1015 r-ust6G--
_, l:L5 -l0lK t0 0 !l l
004, 1008 ,r0 4 3!42245t43
, L1001-1003,1013r-a19lxB8
I F L 5 H - 2 ?tK 2 ? 0 /r H
076, 1077l0 8 l 10tl
R 067 t42245t83 L1004 t0t0,t0t2 t,1190017 I L 5 L l . l 0 2K l r r H
R 040,r070 !a224s223 t0t?.1021
039 t0224s213 r!!t!qr Lm20952 n, 29
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R 0 68 !a224s4i3 !1!r e L0020953
R 023, 1071 J 0 2 2 4 5 t5 4 ,, ,, 150k0 r,1020 L0020954
t02245224 220ko
Rt 022 t42245214
R1069 J02245314 t30ko rnaruscontr,len
R1024 142245225 2.2Mo Tt 014,102r L0020t7lt
Tl 0ts,t0l ?,l al 9 L0020209
c l109 K3 0 1 7 6 2 ? t Dippedmica 50WV 270pF 1020
(zl7D2?rK05) t !!tc.t!t8 !!!?!1'1
c l l0l K 3 0 l ? 6 sr I ; ,, - 5 1 0 f F Tr002 t0l l SeeBANDTABLE (page4tt
( 218D511K 0 5 ) t l 00t L0020545
c1007 K3 0 2 ? 9 0 9 2 , , - 5 0 0 WV 7 5 0 p F '
( DM l9D?51 J 5 )
c 1lr 8, l12l K 0 2 r? 2 0 4 0 Cerami.disc - 4pl J1001.10031006 P 0090218 s015.arA
( DDr 04C 0 4 0 C 5 0 V) J1001 P 009022s
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