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DV MODE OPERATION (Optional UT-121 is required for IC-91A) D One-touch reply using the call record
The stored call signs in the call record can be used to the call. qAfter receiving a call, push and hold [RXâCS](CALL) for 1 sec. Or, while pushing and holding [RXâCS](CALL), rotate [DIAL] to select the desired call sign record.
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Important! Setting call signs with the âOne-touch reply using the call recordâ operation as at left are for temporary operation only. Therefore, the set call signs will be overwritten when another call record is used to set call signs.
â¢ Never saved into a call sign memory.
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If you want to save the set call signs, see âCopying the call record contents into call sign memoryâ (p. 50) for details.
The received call sign is displayed while pushing and holding [CALL/RXâCS] when [DIAL] is rotated while [CALL/RXâCS] is pushed. â¢ Set your own call sign (MY) in advance. (p. 34) â¢ The call sign stored in âCALLERâ is stored as âUR,â âRXRPT1â is stored as âR2â and âRXRPT2â is stored as âR1.â â¢ Error beeps sound when a call sign is received incorrectly, and no call sign is set in this case.
â For your information When a call specifying your call sign is received, the call signs
of the calling station and the repeater it is using can be used for operation automatically. â¢ When âRX call sign auto writeâ (p. 93) is set to âAUTO,â the station call sign in âCALLERâ is set to âURâ automatically. â¢ When âRepeater call sign auto writeâ (p. 93) is set to âAUTO,â the stored station call sign in âRXRPT1â is stored as âR2â and âRXRPT2â is stored as âR1â automatically.
wPush [PTT] to transmit; release to receive.
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