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Re: [IC-7000] VFO Frequency Running High

Tim / NOØC <no0c@...>
 

The master oscillator can be adjusted by going to menu item 51 in the
Miscellaneous (others) Set Mode.

73

----- Original Message -----
From: "philipcwells" <af6av@...>
To: <ic7000@...>
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 8:34 AM
Subject: [IC-7000] VFO Frequency Running High


I've had more than one ham tell me that I sound like a "chipmunk" when we
are all tuned to the same displayed frequency. When I tune .08 kHz low
(i.e. 50.124.92) they all say I sound OK. Most have met me personally and
know my voice.

I assume there's a TCXO in the box. Do they fail? Is there a "trim" control
for it? The unit temperature was in the blue when I tested this last.

Thanks in advance

Phil
AF6AV, San Diego


VFO Frequency Running High

philipcwells <af6av@...>
 

I've had more than one ham tell me that I sound like a "chipmunk" when we are all tuned to the same displayed frequency. When I tune .08 kHz low (i.e. 50.124.92) they all say I sound OK. Most have met me personally and know my voice.

I assume there's a TCXO in the box. Do they fail? Is there a "trim" control for it? The unit temperature was in the blue when I tested this last.

Thanks in advance

Phil
AF6AV, San Diego


Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

lee lee <harleyleenuke@...>
 

yep, I checked the specks and I get 50 watts on 2m and 35 on 440. 
Plus with all your guys help, i am back in working order.  2m now works!!  Somehow I got the offset wrong awhile back. It was 500 instead of 600 offset. I figured a Reset of the radio would have made it default properly. Guess not.  To bad I overlooked it. Now I have to re-program all the dang memories.
Thanks alot for all the help
Vern

--- On Wed, 2/10/10, mwprice87@... <mwprice87@...> wrote:

From: mwprice87@... <mwprice87@...>
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
To: ic7000@...
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 11:10 AM







 









Nice call sign Rob. My 7K puts 50 on 2 meters 35 on 440.



Mike K4SEC

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-----Original Message-----

From: "Robert Pease" <robp@JFCSOnline. com>

Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:15:32

To: <ic7000@yahoogroups. com>

Subject: RE: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.



2 things, first you say you saw 80-100 watts out on high power. Unless something else is seriously wrong you should only get 35 watts or so out on 2M high power.

2nd if you are getting power out, take another radio and set it to tone decode or TSQL the set your 7000 for the tame freq and pl with no offset / simplex. Can you hear yourself? If not then there is a pl problem. If so then recheck your settings for the repeater.

One other thing it could be is low tx pl and that would take at least a call to icom and probebly a service monitor to correct.



Hope it helps



Rob. KS4EC



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-----Original Message-----

From: harleyleenuke [mailto:harleyleenuke@ yahoo.com]

Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:12 AM Eastern Standard Time

To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com

Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.



Hello,

I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.

I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.

Thanks,

vern







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Re: [IC-7000] Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Ismail, KT6LN <ke6tln@...>
 

Indeed, some repeaters do transmit a tone (there could be several reasons for that). Noone said they don't. After all, there is supposed to be only one transmitter on the output frequency of a coordinated repeater, that repeater itself (unless someone by mistake transmits simplex on the output frequency of a repeater). Therefore, you do not need to set the squelch to that tone to hear and use that repeater and you do not even need to know what that tone is. If you set the mode to FM-TSQL but you do not set the correct tone that is transmitted by the repeater, then you won't hear anything even though the display will show a received signal strength since audio will be muted.

Ismail
KT6LN

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Brandon Bailey <KI4MRX@...>
To: "ic7000@..." <ic7000@...>
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:06:23 -0500

Some of the previous posts are incorrect. Some repeaters do transmit
a tone as well as receiving one for tx. This may or not be the
problem. Good luck.

Brandon Bailey
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Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

mwprice87@...
 

Nice call sign Rob. My 7K puts 50 on 2 meters 35 on 440.

Mike K4SEC
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Robert Pease" <robp@...>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:15:32
To: <ic7000@...>
Subject: RE: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

2 things, first you say you saw 80-100 watts out on high power. Unless something else is seriously wrong you should only get 35 watts or so out on 2M high power.
2nd if you are getting power out, take another radio and set it to tone decode or TSQL the set your 7000 for the tame freq and pl with no offset / simplex. Can you hear yourself? If not then there is a pl problem. If so then recheck your settings for the repeater.
One other thing it could be is low tx pl and that would take at least a call to icom and probebly a service monitor to correct.

Hope it helps

Rob. KS4EC

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-----Original Message-----
From: harleyleenuke [mailto:harleyleenuke@...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:12 AM Eastern Standard Time
To: ic7000@...
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern



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Re: New Owner!

Pete N
 

<rwp42@> wrote:


...I was thinking that for purely portable operation, 18AH would
be fine (caveated with the battery booster)...
I have run my 7000 off a full size deep cycle battery.

I doubt you'll get 10 hours.

Rx current listed as 1.2 ~1.8A 1.5 Maybe 1.5 avg.

Tx listed as 22A max but I have never measured it that high. Mine runs fine on a a RS-20 and I don't ever see the meter at 20 A. In factI thinkI measured CW full output draw at about 18A.

If you factor in Tx then whatis the average current? Depends on Tx time, maybe 3A? 18/3=6

But then you have to add in the inefficeincy of the booster As the battery voltage drops, the booster is going to draw more current to keep the same Vout. Power= Voltage x Current.

My guess is closer to 5 hours if that.


Re: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

D C *Mac* Macdonald
 

And that's assuming that an ionizable atmosphere
even exists on the planet of Mars!

73 - Mac, K2GKK/5
Oklahoma City, OK


________________________________
To: ic7000@...
From: lrs40708@...
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 08:17:09 -0800
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

Interestingly I just read that only the lower bands mostly 160m, 80m, 40m and
30m (if there were FCC jurisdiction there) would be useable on planet Mars
because of the effect the lower ionospheric electron density has on the MUF
(daytime MUF is 10Mhz on Mars versus 40Mhz on earth during maximum solar
ionization and seasonal conditions, during nighttime it falls to 2.4Mhz
on Mars). Whereas the intrinsic critical frequency on earth tends to be
14Mhz at the F2 layer, on Mars it would be closer to 3Mhz.

We learn something new every day even if it's from a joke !.

--Luis, NY6U


________________________________
From: Robert Pease>
To: ic7000@...
Sent: Tue, February 9, 2010 5:46:17 AM
Subject: RE: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

With cuts to the NASA budget we may never get to the moon, never mind Mars.
I would wait to see if we get there before you mod your radio :)

Sorry couldn't resist

Rob



-----Original Message-----

From: DONNIE [mailto:ki4txi@yahoo. com]
Sent: Monday, February 08, 2010 03:53 PM Eastern Standard Time
To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com
Subject: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

Afternoon everyone in the group. Was wondering if anyone has
experience with the 7000 and use on the MARS bands.

73
Donnie
KI4TXI


Re: New Owner!

Richard Parker <rwp42@...>
 

Steve -

Thank you for the info -- I haven't checked current draw between 25% and 50% yet; definitely going to do that the next time I am in front of the radio.

Do you use one of those 'battery boosters'? I have been doing a lot of reading about them and it seems that the camps are divided between "must have or your radio won't work" and "completely unnecessary".

Optima makes a nice 38AH marine-grade battery that I am now considering. Though I have to admit that I still love the rectangular case from powerportstore that houses a smaller battery and the radio. I am a sucker for a nice case. ;-)

Richard
KF6FSQ

Richard,
Have you checked your current draw at 25% power level?
When I built my "travel" go pack using a 18AH battery I found that the draw differential on my IC-7K between 25% and 50% power was minimal.
Switched to a new 25AH battery, same size and weight as the original 18AH, much better for "digital" operations.
Steve
AB2ET/4


Re: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

Luis Saavedra
 

Interestingly I just read that only the lower bands mostly 160m, 80m, 40m and
30m (if there were FCC jurisdiction there) would be useable on planet Mars because of the effect the lower ionospheric electron density has on the MUF (daytime MUF is 10Mhz on Mars versus 40Mhz on earth during
maximum solar ionization and seasonal conditions, during nighttime it falls to 2.4Mhz on Mars).
Whereas the intrinsic critical frequency on earth tends to be 14Mhz at the F2 layer, on Mars it would be
closer to 3Mhz. We learn something new every day even if it's from a joke !.
--Luis, NY6U




________________________________
From: Robert Pease <robp@...>
To: ic7000@...
Sent: Tue, February 9, 2010 5:46:17 AM
Subject: RE: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars


With cuts to the NASA budget we may never get to the moon, never mind Mars. I would wait to see if we get there before you mod your radio :)

Sorry couldn't resist

Rob

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-----Original Message-----
From: DONNIE [mailto:ki4txi@yahoo. com]
Sent: Monday, February 08, 2010 03:53 PM Eastern Standard Time
To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com
Subject: [IC-7000] IC 7000 for use on Mars

Afternoon everyone in the group. Was wondering if anyone has experience with the 7000 and use on the MARS bands.

73
Donnie
KI4TXI

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i think my uhf finals have gone

davebb123456
 

hi i think my uhf finals have gone,
i am only getting 13watts out on 430mhz and 8watts on 440mhz
the thing is i have not used the radio on 70cms for some time
hf and vhf all work fine,the good thing is i have 2months left on the warranty,
will icom try and get out of the repair seeing it is the final
have icome admitted to this problam with the ic-7000

thanks dave browne 2e0dmb


Re: [IC-7000] Digest Number 2512

D C *Mac* Macdonald
 

It's time for the maintenance crew of
that repeater to do an alignment!

73 - Mac, K2GKK/5
(Since 30 Nov 53)
Oklahoma City, OK


________________________________
To: ic7000@...
CC: harleyleenuke@...
From: n4osj@...
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 07:09:39 -0800
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] Digest Number 2512

I have just the opposite issue. I can bring up all the 2 meter repeaters I can hear, but I have a problem with our 440 machine in Roswell, Ga. I have the correct tone selected and tone mode.

Here are some interesting data points:

- the problem is only with one repeater

- frequency counter shows the xmit freq is slightly low. .4737 vs. .4750. This is consistent on all repeaters

- local repeaters further away (20 miles) come up just fine.

- if I use "split" operation, and make the xmit frequency exactly .4750, it works 4.0.

- if the temperature is above 65 degrees, the problem goes away.

So my conclusion is that in the winter, I have to operate in "split" mode on the local 440 machine. In the summer (above 65 degrees) I can operate the 7K in normal repeater offset mode. I believe the issue is with the machine and not my 7K.

Your situation may vary, but the above are some things you can try to troubleshoot the issue.

73,
Greg/n4osj
Greg Roecker N4OSJ
________________________________


Re: [IC-7000] Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

D C *Mac* Macdonald
 

Simply listen to your IC-7000's signal on a
separate 2m receiver. You should be able
to hear virtually ANY so-called "sub-audible"
tone if your IC-7000 is transmitting it.

These tones were only "sub-audible" back in
the days of the old commercial FM transceivers.
Back then, the receiver audio was definitely
limited below 300 Hz by filtering. Current
ham rigs are basically wide open at the low
frequency end of receive audio response, so
the tones now come through to the speaker.

73 - Mac, K2GKK/5
(Since 30 Nov 53)
Oklahoma City, OK



To: ic7000@...
From: KI4MRX@...
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:06:23 -0500
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Some of the previous posts are incorrect. Some repeaters do transmit
a tone as well as receiving one for tx. This may or not be the
problem. Good luck.

Brandon Bailey


Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Robert Pease <robp@...>
 

2 things, first you say you saw 80-100 watts out on high power. Unless something else is seriously wrong you should only get 35 watts or so out on 2M high power.
2nd if you are getting power out, take another radio and set it to tone decode or TSQL the set your 7000 for the tame freq and pl with no offset / simplex. Can you hear yourself? If not then there is a pl problem. If so then recheck your settings for the repeater.
One other thing it could be is low tx pl and that would take at least a call to icom and probebly a service monitor to correct.

Hope it helps

Rob. KS4EC

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-----Original Message-----
From: harleyleenuke [mailto:harleyleenuke@...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:12 AM Eastern Standard Time
To: ic7000@...
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern



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www.JFCSonline.com

Please take note of our new website and E-Mail Addresses. Please update your contacts ASAP.



.


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Re: [IC-7000] Digest Number 2512

Greg Roecker <n4osj@...>
 

I have just the opposite issue.  I can bring up all the 2 meter repeaters I can hear, but I have a problem with our 440 machine in Roswell, Ga.  I have the correct tone selected and tone mode.

Here are some interesting data points:

- the problem is only with one repeater
- frequency counter shows the xmit freq is slightly low.  .4737 vs. .4750.  This is consistent on all repeaters
- local repeaters further away (20 miles) come up just fine. 
- if I use "split" operation, and make the xmit frequency exactly .4750, it works 4.0.
- if the temperature is above 65 degrees, the problem goes away.

So my conclusion is that in the winter, I have to operate in "split" mode on the local 440 machine.  In the summer (above 65 degrees) I can operate the 7K in normal repeater offset mode.  I believe the issue is with the machine and not my 7K.

Your situation may vary, but the above are some things you can try to troubleshoot the issue.

73,

Greg/n4osj





Greg Roecker N4OSJ




________________________________
From: "ic7000@..." <ic7000@...>
To: ic7000@...
Sent: Wed, February 10, 2010 9:19:27 AM
Subject: [IC-7000] Digest Number 2512


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1a.
Re: New Owner! From: Steve
2a.
Re: IC 7000 for use on Mars From: WA2JSG
2b.
Re: IC 7000 for use on Mars From: ki4txi@...
3a.
trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters. From: harleyleenuke
3b.
Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters. From: Ismail, KT6LN
3c.
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Re: New Owner!
Posted by: "Steve" ab2et@...   ab2et
Tue Feb 9, 2010 7:13 am (PST)


Richard,
Have you checked your current draw at 25% power level?
When I built my "travel" go pack using a 18AH battery I found that the draw differential on my IC-7K between 25% and 50% power was minimal.
Switched to a new 25AH battery, same size and weight as the original 18AH, much better for "digital" operations.
Steve
AB2ET/4

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups. com, Richard Parker <rwp42@...> wrote:

I appreciate the info on battery life... I was thinking that for purely portable operation, 18AH would be fine (caveated with the battery booster) -- I could likely receive for almost 10 hours and xmit an hour or so. That'd make for a fine day of operation on a local mountain. For more serious portable operation, a larger marine-grade 60AH battery or similar would certainly be a better option.

I run my IC-7000 at 25% power by default and only increase if I have trouble making the contact.

Richard
KF6FSQ

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Re: IC 7000 for use on Mars
Posted by: "WA2JSG" wa2jsg@...   wa2jsg
Tue Feb 9, 2010 5:13 pm (PST)



My works fine on the Army MARS frequencies. I did the relatively easy mod myself, but not sure how it may affect the warranty.
Curt AAR2XJ NJ


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Re: IC 7000 for use on Mars
Posted by: "ki4txi@..." ki4txi@...   dhw1477
Tue Feb 9, 2010 5:33 pm (PST)


Thanks for the info.
73
Donnie
KI4TXI


In a message dated 2/9/2010 7:14:01 P.M. Central Standard Time,
wa2jsg@comcast. net writes:

My works fine on the Army MARS frequencies. I did the relatively easy mod
myself, but not sure how it may affect the warranty.
Curt AAR2XJ NJ

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trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Posted by: "harleyleenuke" harleyleenuke@...   harleyleenuke
Tue Feb 9, 2010 9:10 pm (PST)


Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern


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Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Posted by: "Ismail, KT6LN" ke6tln@...   ke6tln
Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:31 am (PST)


Does the display show FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? The correct one is FM-TONE for repeaters.

Ismail
KT6LN

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "harleyleenuke" <harleyleenuke@ yahoo.com>
To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 05:01:53 -0000

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern

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Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Posted by: "Jim Buck" jim.buck.w5cjb@...
Wed Feb 10, 2010 3:46 am (PST)


Vern: You also have to set the tone for each repeater LIKE 123.0, 162.2
,179.9. It depends on what Tone the repeater requires. And also have the
FM-Tone showing. Good luck. Jim W5CJB Semper Fi.

-----Original Message-----
From: ic7000@yahoogroups. com [mailto:ic7000@yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of
Ismail, KT6LN
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 2:29 AM
To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Does the display show FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? The correct one is FM-TONE for
repeaters.

Ismail
KT6LN

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "harleyleenuke" <harleyleenuke@ yahoo.com>
To: ic7000@yahoogroups. com
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 05:01:53 -0000

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset
programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone
squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset
the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held.
It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to
max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups
the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else
have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern

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Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Posted by: "Terry Starks" ke7lpg@...   ke7lpg73
Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:04 am (PST)


Vern, do you have the tone set to FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? It should say FM-TONE.

If that is not it then I have no other idea.

73,

Terry

On Feb 9, 2010, at 22:01 , harleyleenuke wrote:

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern





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Re: trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Brandon Bailey <KI4MRX@...>
 

Some of the previous posts are incorrect. Some repeaters do transmit a tone as well as receiving one for tx. This may or not be the problem. Good luck.

Brandon Bailey


Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Ryan Davis
 

Also take in mind that you can set different frequencies for FM-TSQL and for FM-TONE, make sure you are setting the right one. If there's any question you can set them all the same.

Ryan Davis
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On Feb 9, 2010, at 10:22 PM, Terry Starks <ke7lpg@...> wrote:

Vern, do you have the tone set to FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? It should say FM-TONE.

If that is not it then I have no other idea.

73,

Terry

On Feb 9, 2010, at 22:01 , harleyleenuke wrote:

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern


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Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Jim Buck <jim.buck.w5cjb@...>
 

Vern: You also have to set the tone for each repeater LIKE 123.0, 162.2
,179.9. It depends on what Tone the repeater requires. And also have the
FM-Tone showing. Good luck. Jim W5CJB Semper Fi.

-----Original Message-----
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Ismail, KT6LN
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 2:29 AM
To: ic7000@...
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Does the display show FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? The correct one is FM-TONE for
repeaters.

Ismail
KT6LN

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From: "harleyleenuke" <harleyleenuke@...>
To: ic7000@...
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 05:01:53 -0000

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset
programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone
squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset
the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held.
It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to
max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups
the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else
have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern



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Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Ismail, KT6LN <ke6tln@...>
 

Does the display show FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? The correct one is FM-TONE for repeaters.

Ismail
KT6LN

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To: ic7000@...
Subject: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 05:01:53 -0000

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern



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Re: [IC-7000] trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

Terry Starks <ke7lpg@...>
 

Vern, do you have the tone set to FM-TONE or FM-TSQL? It should say FM-TONE.

If that is not it then I have no other idea.

73,

Terry

On Feb 9, 2010, at 22:01 , harleyleenuke wrote:

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern



trouble bringing up 2 m repeaters.

harleyleenuke <harleyleenuke@...>
 

Hello,
I am having trouble with my 7000 on 2m. I have the correct tons and offset programmed. I can not bring up 2m repeaters. It seems as though the tone squelch has quit working on 2m. It works fine on 70 cm repeaters. i reset the entire radio. I hear it working on simplex by listening on a hand held. It receives just fine. It transmits on simplex fine. Power output is 5 to max. I think it was 80 or 100 watts.
I checked the 2m antenna swr also low and high power. My hand held keys ups the repeater on 1 watt. I have run out of troubleshooting ideas. Anyone else have this problem and and fix.
Thanks,
vern

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