2 Installation by Self tapping Screws

The MAT-100 is protected by weather proof construction which permits the flexibility of interior or exterior instruction. Before installation note the following precaution. 3. The base of the antenna is HIGH VOLTAGE. 4. Use caution when tightening the wing nut on the GND and antenna terminal. Over tightening may cause twisting of the terminals inside the coupler. If the coupler is installed horizontally remove screw A, and if installed vertically remove screw B. Three kinds of installation are...

2 Using the handset

Connect an 8-pin MIC plug to the handset as described above. 2. Insert the connected 8-pin MIC plug into the MIC jack on the front panel. 3. When the handset is placed on a hanger as shown in Figure 23, the received tone is heard from an internal or external speaker (the SP switch is activated). The handset speaker is cut off. 4. When the handset is removed from the hanger as shown in Figure 24, the internal or external speaker is cut off (the SP switch is deactivated). The received tone is...

Backup

The TKM-707 backs up data in two ways. The first is a semipermanent backup that backs up memory channel data in the nonvolatile memory EEPROM. The second is a lithium cell that backs up the operation status in the CPU RAM. The CPU backup is performed by monitoring the CB (13.6 V) line. If the voltage falls below the prescribed level, the CPU STOP pin is activated and CPU power consumption is reduced. When the power consumption is low, the CPU stops generating clock signal, which places each...

Bus operation

EEPROM (IC311), and extended I O IC (IC300) are connected to the CPU (IC302) via the bus line. When the CPU accesses these ICs (IC310, IC311, and IC300), the address signals (A13 to A15) output from the CPU are decoded by IC304, and the IC is specified by the CS signal. IC310 (ROM) uses the CPU address signal A15 as a CS signal. This bus is a multiplexed bus onto which an address code and data are output alternately. Therefore, when the CPU accesses one of the ICs, the...

Circuit Description

Address input for selection of port and control register. Address Input for selection of port and control register. Address input for selection of port and control register. 2) UPD78C10AG-36 Control unit IC302 Audio squelch. When an audio signal is present. NB switching. When NB1 and NB2 operate.

Clarifier

When the clarifier knob is turned a DC voltage corresponding to the rotation angle is produced. The input voltage is A D converted by the CPU and PLL data is controlled. The data is controlled in the CPU so that the curve shown in Figure 10-2 is obtained. Operation of the circuit is improved by enlarging the zero area at the center of the rotation angle. The zero point of the clarifier is adjusted by setting the knob to the mechanical center, then setting zero with VR303.

Control Unit Control unit configuration

The main LSI chips in the control unit include CPU IC302, ROM IC310, EEPROM IC311, and extended I O IC IC300. The CPU reads the program from the ROM, reads writes memory channel data to EEPROM, and inputs and outputs signals from the CPU ports or extended I 0 IC ports. The address signal (8 low-order bits) required for the CPU to access the ROM, EEPROM, and extended I O IC is multiplexed with other data and output to the bus line. The address is maintained for the necessary period of time by...

Description Of Components

Turn on when voltage (approx. 20V or more). Turn ON when transmit (TX terminal 5V). Turn ON when receive (RX terminal 5V). Turn ON when operate to protection circuit (Normaly OFF). Turn ON 5 6.9999MHz (LPF3B terminal 5V). Turn ON 18 29.9999MHz (LPF7B terminal 5V). Turn ON 9 13.9999MHz (LPF5B terminal 5V). Turn ON 7 8.9999MHz (LPF4B terminal 5V). Turn ON 14-17.9999MHz (LPF6B terminal 5V). Turn ON 2.9999MHz (LPF1B terminal 5V). Turn ON 3 4.9999MHz (LPF2B terminal 5V). Turn ON 14-17.9999MHz (LPF6...

Encoder

When the encoder is turned, a pulse having a 90-degree phase shift is input to the CPU. The EN 1 pulse is applied to PC3 of pin 20 and INT1 of pin 26. The CPU detects the trailing edge of the waveform via PC3 and the leading edge by INT1 and begins interrupt operation. It checks PC1 of pin 18, judges the rotational direction, counts 1, then performs up down processing of the frequency and channel data. Since the encoder is a mechanical device, it produces chattering, but it is designed not to...

Noise blanker switching

The CPU inputs the NB SW status by key scan. When the NB SW is pressed, the display changes from OFF to NB1 to NB2 to OFF, and the NB1 NB2 port is controlled as listed in Table 3. When the display is NB2, both NB1 and NB2 operate. Fig. 13 Noise blanker switching circuit Fig. 13 Noise blanker switching circuit

Parts List

X New Parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Telle ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. RADIOTELEPHONE x New Parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Telle ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. RADIOTELEPHONE

PLL Adjustment

PLL C-Loop (carrier) Check and Adjustment 1-1. Voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) check 1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the TP4 terminal of the control unit. 2. Press the MEMO DIAL key to enter the memory mode. 3. Turn the channel selector and read the selected 2.100.0 MHz USB. 4. Check that the display frequency is 2.100.0 USB and that the voltage is 3 to 5 V. 5. Set the mode to 2.100.0 LSB with the MODE key. Check that the voltage is 0.3 to 0.5 V lower than the USB voltage. 1. Connect an...

Receiving front end protection circuit

The voltage (8 V) from 8R turns Q104 on, turns Q103 on, (2SA1362(Y)), which then sets receiving select relay K116 on during reception. Therefore, the signal from the ANT terminal is sent to the RA terminal via relay K116. When a HF signal exceeding approximately 10 W is input to the ANT terminal during reception, forward waves are detected by D101. This signal level is enought to turn Q106 (2SC2712(Y)) on which turns Q105 (DTA144) off, then on. Q104 (DTD114EK) then changes from on to off, and...

Terminal functions

When squelch is closed. HS relay control. When the speaker is switched to the external speaker. Through instruction. When through operation is instructed to AT. Key scan output. When SW is pressed. Key scan output. When the key scan strobe pulse output. Tone D A. When alarm tone is output.

Test Equipment Required for Alignment

Input Impedance Operation Frequency Measurement Capability 0.5 to 30 MHz or more. Vicinity 200 W. High input impedance for minimum circuit loading. Frequency Range Voltage Range Impedance 10 to 1.5 V DC or less. 50 kOA or qreater. 13.6 V approx. 30 A (adjustable from 11 to 16 V). Useful if ammeter equipped.

Tkm707

Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Telle ohne Parts No. werden nlcht gellefert. TX-RX UNIT (X57-3470-10) VCO (X58-3720-10) TX-RX UNIT (X57-3470-10) VCO (X58-3720-10) DIGITAL TRANSISTOR DIGITAL TRANSISTOR DIGITAL TRANSISTOR DIGITAL TRANSISTOR DIGITAL TRANSISTOR DTA114EK 2SC3324CG) 2SD1757(K) DTC114EK 2SC2712(Y) DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR DTD143EK 2SC3649(S,T)...

When using handset instead of microphone 1 Connecting the handset

Connect an 8-pin MIC plug (E07-0852-15) to the handset as shown in Figure 22. Add a resistor (100 k 2) in series to pin 3 (DOWN line). Then, connect the resistor to the off hook switch. Now when the handset is lifted, the off hook circuit is activated. The off hook switch operation is described below. (See Figures 23 and 24.) The DOWN line is connected to the A D input terminal of the CPU. The CPU judges whether the A D input terminal output is a DOWN switch signal or handset off hook switch...

Receive signal switching

The MU signal switches the AF signal and the BLK signal switches the RF signal. When switching from one PLL loop to another an active H-pulse is generated to supress any noise. In the TX mode and during memory write operation, the MU signal is output continuously to cut off the audio.

Dealer mode

This mode is used when dealers write the transmitting and receiving frequencies assigned to users into the memory channel. For M type radios, the mode is returned to the user mode after programming is completed. For K type, the mode is set to the dealer mode at the factory. Table 8 Setting of functions with diodes Table 8 Setting of functions with diodes Setting of Functions with DIP Switch As Table 9 outlines, functions can be set with DIP switches S301 of the control unit (X53-3280-10).

Receiver section

Freq 8.100MHz I.These SSG signal level values are necessary in order to obtain the same Mode J3E USB level of audio output (with the AF VR fixed) when 0.45V 8Q audio signals SSG out 0dB are obtained (using the AF GAIN VR) from 8.100MHz, OdBji signal input 2.SSG output was measured, using a 0.01(iF capacitor for RF and IF circuit. 3.SSG output was measured, using a 10 xF electoro capacitor for AF circuit.

Squelch controlopen squelch

The CPU inputs the SQL SW status by means of a When the SQL SW is on and the VSQ signal is H, key scan. the SQS signal goes H to close squelch. If the VSQ When the SQL SW is off, the SQS signal goes L to signal is L, the SQS signal goes L. -RX UNIT (X57-3470-10) __CONTROL UNIT (X53-3280-10) TX-RX UNIT (X57-3470-10)_ _ -RX UNIT (X57-3470-10) __CONTROL UNIT (X53-3280-10) TX-RX UNIT (X57-3470-10)_ _

Preparations

Remove the screws from the top and bottom of the case to expose the bottom of the set. (The control unit (x53-3280-10) can be seen.) 2. Check that the POWER switch is set to OFF. 3. Change DIP switch S301 's No.1 of the control unit from ON to OFF. (The operation mode changes from the user mode to the dealer mode.) (The set is already in the dealer mode.) 3) Rotate the channel selector to select the desired memory channel (vacant channel) on which no frequency has been memorized. Rotate the...

Manual Tuning

If the control circuit in the MAT-100 does not function properly , should an emergency arise, you can still transmit on 2182 kHz The MARINE MOBILE EMERGENCY CHANNEL by switching the coupler to MANUAL OPERATION. 1. Turn the radiotelephone power switch off. 2. Remove the top cover of the antenna coupler. 3. Confirm S4 is in AUTO position. 4 Turn the radiotelephone power switch on. Press the 2182 key and then the TUNE key. 5. After completing the tuning, D48 LED indicator of the antenna coupler...

Receiver Adjustment

Second HET Adjustment (HET2 60.6 MHz) 1. Connect an RF voltmeter to the TP4 terminal of the TX-RX unit. 2. Set that the memorizing frequency is 2.100.0 MHz, the mode is USB. 3. Turn L101 of the TX-RX unit until the peak level is 0.45 to 0.65 Vrms. 1. Connect a frequency counter to the TP4 terminal of the TX-RX unit. 2. Check that the frequency is within 60.600.0 MHz 10 Hz. Note Adjust the frequency when the frequency counter power switch is turned on after warm-up 10 minutes later. 1. Connect a...

Lower Sideband On Tkm-707

Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. fan & TEMP PROTECTION (X59-3370-00) Telle ohne Parts No. werden nicht gellefert. VCO (X59-3440-00) VCO (X58-3720-10) DC-DC (X59-1100-00) Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. fan & TEMP PROTECTION (X59-3370-00) Telle ohne Parts No. werden nicht gellefert. VCO (X59-3440-00) VCO (X58-3720-10) DC-DC (X59-1100-00) FAN & TEMP PROTECTION (X59-3370-00)

Control Unit X53328010

5 Output 10.1MHz 10 Input 30.3MHz 5 Ref. Input 10.1 MHz 8 H when unlocked 7 VCO locked voltage output. 11 VCO input 40.72 70.62MHz. 5 Input 71.395-101.295MHz 13 Output 40.72 70.62MHz 5 Ref. input 10.1 MHz 7 VCO lock voltage output 8 H when unlocked. 13 VCO input 37.5 39.5MHz_ 4 Input 37.5 39.5MHz 8 Output 375 395kHz 1 Output 30.675-30.695MHz 2 Input 30.3MHz 5 Input 375 395kHz 5 Ref.input 10.1 MHz 7 VCO lock voltage output 11 VCO input 59.3 59.7MHz_ 4 Input 59.3-59.7MHz 8 Output 593 597kHz 1...

Dimmer

Each time the DIMMER SW is pressed, it changes from MAX to MEDIUM to MIN to OFF to MAX. Table 4 lists the PA4 to PA6 outputs. The 1300 2200 Hz alarm tone is obtained by generating a pseudo sine wave via D A means and passing it through the LPF. The 1300 Hz tone has a step waveform with a 1 13 cycle, and the 2200 Hz tone has a step waveform with a 1 8 cycle.

Transmitter Adjustment

Remove the coaxial plug (DO) of the TX-RX unit from the printed circuit board, then connect a RF voltmeter to the coaxial plug. 2. Set VR10 of the TX-RX unit to the center position. 3. Press the 2182 key to select the desired emergency channel (2.182.0 MHz), and press the MODE key to enter the H3E mode. 4. Insert a MIC or STBY switch into the microphone connector, then place the set in the transmit mode. 5. Turn L79, L80, and L84 of the TX-RX unit until the RF voltmeter (50Q terminated) reading...

System reset circuit

IC305 M51951BML is the system reset IC that monitors the power supply voltage. If the voltage falls below the prescribed level, it outputs a reset signal to the main CPU to stop execution and inhibit memory write functions. If the power supply voltage again exceeds the prescribed level when the power is on, the reset signal is released, the main CPU is initialized, and execution is resumed after the time constant of R375 and C379 has elapsed.

ALC voltage detector and antenna current detect or circuits

Forward waves are detected by D102, converted to an AC voltage, then sent to the TX-RX unit. The voltage is approximately 10 V in the low- to high-band range with respect to the 47 kQ load of R112. Reflected waves are detected by D101 and sent to the TX-RX unit. The reflected waves are adjusted by TC101 so that the VSR voltage is minimum approximately 0.5 V when a 4 MHz frequency is output at 110 W. For antenna current detection, the voltage detected by L123...

Installation Instructions

When installing the SSB radiotelephone in a vessel consider the ease of operation and safety when selecting the location for the mounting bracket. 1. Install the bracket using the supplied flat washers and self tapping screws, or spring washers and bolts 4 each . You may attach the supplied rubber cushion to the bracket. self tapping screws Spring washers and bolts self tapping screws Spring washers and bolts 3. Attach the supplied shoulder bolt loosely 3,4 mm away to the side of the...

Unlock circuit

Normally 8 V 8C is fed to the HET and CAR transistors Q8 and Q27 via Q21. Q21 is on. When any of the PLL loops loop A, B, and C should unlock, pin 8 of the corresponding PLL IC IC3, IC6, IC9 CXD1225M will go H 5V . This causes Q19 to switch on, and Q20 and Q21 to switch off. This action causes the voltage applied to Q8 and Q27 to be removed. Meanwhile Q29 switches on, and LED D10 turns on to indicate the unlocked state. Fig. 4 CAR stop circuit in AM receive mode and PLL unlock circuit Fig. 4...

Receiver system

The receive signal from the ANT terminal passes through the final unit and the TX-RX unit LPF and is applied directly to mixers Q9 and Q10 2SK125-5 . Here the signal is mixed with the first local oscillator frequency 71.395-101.295 MHz from the PLL in order to generate the first IF signal of 71.295 MHz. The receive frequency may be fine tuned with the clarifier by varying the first local oscillator frequency. The 71.295 MHz first IF signal passes through a monolithic filter MCF and is mixed...

Noise blanker NB circuit

The input of the NB circuit is extracted from the outputs of second-stage RX mix FETs Q13 and Q14 2SK520 K44 and is applied to the NB hybrid IC1 KCX01 . The input signal is amplified and detected by IC1 then output as a noise blanking signal. The operation of IF amplifier Q15 3SK13KM is stopped by NB switching transistor Q16. Noise components are then eliminated. NB1 is used for short-duration pulses such as ignition noise. NB7 is used for longer-duration, long duration pulse noise such as the...

Control Cables

The MAT-100 requires a control cable consisting of between 4-5 wires of at least AWG24 guage. The cable must be shielded. 1. Connect the 6-pin plug to rear of the radiotelephone. TT Antenna Coupler control GND Ground ANT.C Antenna current drain used to display the current drain on the display panel of the radiotelephone. A 5 wire control cable is needed if you want to connect the ANT.C pin. Please refer to the MAT-100 Service Manual for further information on this function. 2. Strip the other...

Installation Instructions Antenna

The type of antenna that is used will greatly affect the performance of the equipment. The antenna should be erected as high as possible. Keep the antenna as far from any object which may affect it's performance, such as metalic masts or Insulator should be able to withstand leakage even The base of the antenna is HIGH VOLTAGE. It should be connected to the lead-in insulator. Do not touch the base of the antenna. Certain lengths of antenna element are difficult for 300 operating frequency MHz x...

Temperature protection circuit

When the heat sink temperature rises and the temperature of thermistor TH1 10 ki2 exceeds approximately 55 degrees C, comparator IC1 b 2 of the fan module X59-3370-00 is activated, switching transistor Q1 on, and fan motor M1 is driven. When the heat sink temperature becomes still higher and the thermistor temperature exceeds 90 degrees C, comparator IC1 a 2 is activated and the output goes high approximately 7 V . The power select circuit is then activated reducing the output power to...

Mat100 Automatic Antenna Tuner Tkm707

Automatic Antenna Tuner Mat 100

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Transmitter system

The audio signal from the microphone is amplified by mic amplifiers Q37 and Q38 2SC3324 G , and is then combined with the carrier oscillator in the balanced modulator, IC6 iPC1037A to generate the TX first IF 10.695 MHz . In the H3E mode, a carrier signal is added to the TX first IF 10.695 MHz . The TX first IF is then mixed with the second local oscillator frequency 60.6 MHz by IC7 SN16913P in the same manner as the receiver system, to produce a 71.295 MHz signal. This signal is then mixed...

Maintenance And Adjustment

Your SSB radiotelephone has been factory aligned and tested to specification before shipment. Under normal circumstances the SSB radiotelephone will operate in accordance with these instructions. All adjustable trimmers and coils in your SSB radiotelephone has been adjusted at the factory and should only be readjusted by a qualified technician with proper test equipment. Attempting service or alignment without factory authorization can void the SSB radiotelephone's warranty. When operated...

Contents

MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 2 INSTALLATION CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS 27 PARTS EXPLODED LEVEL BLOCK TERMINAL FAIM amp TEMP PROTECTION X59-3370-00 84 CONTROL UNIT X53-3280-10 85 Circuit Block Description of Components 123 ANT MODULE UNIT W02-0883-08 131 Installation BACK COVER