ADI AT-200 DATA
The AT-200 is a handheld 21-channel FM amateur radio transceiver
able to transmit up to 5 W on 144-148 MHz.
Receive range is extendable to 130-174 MHz. Operates with
power from 5 to 16 VDC via internal battery pack or external
supply. On case Top are (L-R) the SQUELCH, ON/OFF/VOLUME,
& TUNING DIALS. On the Face are LAMP, CALL, & SQL
Disable Buttons. On Left are PTT & F (FUNCTION = small
bump at top of PTT) Buttons.
TO SELECT FREQUENCY:
To cycle betwn VFO & Memory Modes, push MR/ENT/#. Memory
Mode indicated by M & Channel Number in Display. Dial
tunes VFO or 20 memories (Memory channels designated “M0-M9”
& “M0-M9 overlined”).
To tune VFO in 1 MHz steps, push & hold F (or push the
A/MHz Button) & rotate Dial.
Push 8/PWR/PL to cycle among Transmit Power Settings: High
(5 W), M (2.5), & Low (0.35).
To set repeater offset direction, push & hold F &
7/+/-/BS; cycles among +, -, & Simplex.
To Scan VFO, push C/VSCAN. To Scan memories, push D/MSCAN.
Same or PTT stops.
TO SELECT & TO TURN ON/OFF PL TONE (CTCSS):
To select tone, push & hold F & push 0/Set. Then push
4/CTCSS. Select desired PL Tone using DIAL. Push MR/ENT/#
to set selected tone & return to previous mode.
To turn CTCSS Tone On/Off, push & hold F & 4/CTCSS;
cycles among T, T.SQL, and Off.
TO ENTER A FREQUENCY IN A MEMORY CHANNEL:
Enter VFO Mode (push MR/ENT/# Button) & select characteristics
(freq, offset, CTCSS tones). Push & hold F & push
MR/ENT/# Button. Then push number of channel to be programmed.
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