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Mod FT-1000mp MKV

Cobertura general en TX

Pulse el botón POWER mientras pulsa FAST y interruptor LOCK le da un menú ampliado hasta 9-9

Pulse la tecla ENT mientras presiona el interruptor de FAST te mete en el menú

Gire el VRF / MEM botón hacia arriba a la función número 9-9 = nombre de la selección t-Select
Gire la PRINCIPAL VFO las agujas del reloj hasta que se encuentre al final Gen y pulse el interruptor ENT.
Fuente: mods.dk

Conexión de un micrófono Electrek a FT-1000mp MKV


Connecting a electret-condenser-mike to the FT1000MP is not possible due to low-impedance (600 - 1200) input-terminal.

Here is a small adittion-device to connect nearly all typ of elektret-condenser-microphones to the rig. You do not need to open the FT1000MP. All you need is a resistor of 1200 Ohms, a electrolyt-condenser of 33 mykrofarad with about 10V Voltage and a 8-pin-microphon-plug. If you use small components you can put it inside the microphon-plug.

It is easy to built because the FT1000MP has a positive-voltage-pin (+ 5V) already inside his microphone-socket.

Lets start it:

To pin 2 of the plug (+ 5V) solder a 1K2 resistor. The other end of this resistor solder to the positive terminal of a 33 Mycrofarad Electrolyte-capacitor. The negativ side of this capacitor solder to pin 8 (Mike-In) of the plug. The connection between the resistor an the capacitor is now your new hot MIKE-IN-Point feeding the positive Voltage to the microphone-unit.
Connect the electret-mike via a shielded-cable with this point and solder the shield to pin 7 of the plug an to the negative side of the microphone-unit. Also connect the PTT-switch to pin 6 and 5 of the plug.

To prevent of ground-loops never connect pin 5 an 7 together!

That is the whole work. You can use all typs of electret-microphones, even a amplifed electred-mike like a SM2 from ICOM can be used. Cheap headsets from the computer-industrie works also with this connection.
Here on my side I am using a SM2 Deskmike and alternately a small elektret-mike from a wireless-telefon built in a HEIL-Headset. The original HC4 Microphone from HEIL works on a FT1000MP like Mickey-Mouse in a can due to wrong microphone-impedance (abou 3K) of the HC4.

The FT1000MP Menue-point 4.4 (TX-AUDIO-EDSP) is switched to off. I often get a ...excellent-audio... report from other stations. Even with the ...german-legal-power... from a pa-stage and the dipol-antenna only 10 meter away from the shack, I never had RF-feedback in the mike-line.

With the monitor-funktion on the rig, a headphone on your ears, and a dummyload on the output you can easyly test all kinds of mikrophones also usind the menue-settings 4.4, 5.9, 7.7, and 8.9 to create a good audiosignal for your transmissiion.

I am not resposible for malfunktion of your equipment after doing this modifikation. No warrenty of funktion for this addition-device.

vy 73 de Guenter DD9ZO. Fuente: Mods.dk


Operacioón en PSK y otros modos digitales.


After many trials and tribulations I finally figured out how to interface the 
FT-1000MP Mark V with my homebrewed digital interface to my homebrewed 
computer. The following information will allow you to use the "Packet" DIN jack 
on the back of the rig for "AF" PSK, MFSK16 and RTTY.

As far as wiring:
1.) Transceiver audio out to soundcard in is via pin #4 (Data Out). 

2.) Transmit audio in from soundcard to pin #1 (Data In).

3.) If you want to use PTT actuation from your computer to transceiver then 
it's pin #3 (PTT). You could also skip the T/R switch and use VOX but I don't 
like to do that because the VOX settings for phone and digital are different.

As far as setting the transceiver up for use of the Packet DIN jack on back and 
the PKT mode button on front:
#1.) Push FAST button and hold then the ENT button.
#2.) Select menu item 8-6.
#3.) Using the sub VFO tuning knob go to Easy Set.
#4.) Using the main VFO knob select PS31-u.
#5.) Hit ENT button.
#6.) Press PKT button once and the green LED on the LSB button lights up.
#7.) Press the PKT button a second time and hold for 1 second, you hear a beep 
and Voila you are in USB mode 
even though the LSB LED remains lit. 
You can check that you are indeed in USB by going to 20 meters and tuning in a 
phone signal.

73 & GUD DX,
Thomas F. Giella, KN4LF
Retired Space & Atmospheric Weather Forecaster
Plant City, FL, USA
Grid Square EL87WX
QSL Via Direct Snail Mail, ARRL LOTW & eQSL

NWS SKYWARN Observer # HIL-249
SWFWMD Rainfall Observer #574
PODX 070 PSK31 Club Member #349

KN4LF Daily Solar Space Weather & Geomagnetic Data Archive 
http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf5.htm
KN4LF HF/MF Radio Propagation Theory Notes http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf8.htm
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Florida Space & Atmospheric Weather Institute http://www.kn4lf.com/fsawi.htm

Fuente: http://lists.contesting.com/_yaesu/2004-05/msg00007.html



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