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P25 Aviation Radio Training, Introduction to the NPX136D-070 P25 Digital Airborne RadioPresented byNational Interagency Fire Center,Edmo Distributors Inc. what's more, Northern Airborne Technology Ltd.March 10-14, 2008Oxford Suites Hotel, Boise, Idaho . Spread Slide. Presentation. The NPX136D board mount P25 VHF handset is a stand-alone radio intended for air ship and worked by a solitary mission client
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NAT NPX136D

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Cover Slide P25 Aviation Radio Training, Introduction to the NPX136D-070 P25 Digital Airborne Radio Presented by National Interagency Fire Center, Edmo Distributors Inc. also, Northern Airborne Technology Ltd. Walk 10-14, 2008 Oxford Suites Hotel, Boise, Idaho

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Introduction VHF P25, Panel Mount Transceiver The NPX136D board mount P25 VHF handset is a remain solitary radio intended for air ship and worked by a solitary mission client. It gives every one of the elements expected to fulfill interchanges inside the VHF high band. S/W Ver: X.XX Checking Modules

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Introduction VHF P25, Panel Mount Transceiver S/W Ver: X.XX Checking Modules Introduction to the NPX136D P25 Digital Airborne Radio NAT will give a 3-4 hour session on elements, operation, usefulness, programming and support of the organization\'s NPX136D P25 Digital Airborne Radio. The lightweight and minimized outline is an impeccable fit for the space and weight confined cockpit of helicopters and light settled wing air ship. Operational modes for the radio incorporate Analog Simplex/Semi-Duplex and Digital P25. The NPX136D has been tried and acknowledged by NIFC/USFS as a \'fire endorsed\' radio.

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Introduction (Cont\') Intended Audience People acquainted with VHF FM Radio operation in a flying machine and with a comprehension of the terms utilized with the computerized balance of the P25 Common Air Interface Training Schedule 13:30 Slide Show Presentation. (~20 minutes) 14:00 Radio Demonstration. (~10 minutes) 14:10 Hands on operation of (~1-3 hours, contingent upon gathering size) -Front Panel Controls -Main Frequency Editing -Guard Frequency Editing -Maintenance -PC Application Installation and Operation -Channel Loading into Radio

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Overview Aircraft Operation Block Diagram

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Overview Equipment Block Diagram ANTENNA

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Features - Analog FM 25 kHz, 12.5 kHz and advanced C4FM 12.5 kHz channels. - Two channel integrated protect recipient - Multiple output modes - Agile operation - Encryption proficient - Modular development - DTMF era - Dzus board mount. 2 5/8 in. stature. - Control operation like different items from NAT

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Specifications Power +28 Vdc ( Transmit: 2.6 A maximum.) Lights +28 Vdc, 300 mA max. Recurrence Range 136.0000 - 173.9975 MHz Operating Modes Project 25 and Analog Simplex or Semi-Duplex Channels 255 max. (fundamental) (Zones: 16 max.) Plus two protect channels Analog Tones CTCSS - 42 tones from 67.0 to 254.8 Hz CDCSS - 83 information designs Remote Interface RS232C Serial Data Bus RF Impedance 50 ohms Channel Increments 2.5/6.25 kHz Channel Bandwidth 12.5/25 kHz Scan Capability 16 channels max. 1 home, 1 need, 14 list, 8 chan/sec Audio Output Power 100 mW (600 ohms) Guard Audio Output Power, least: 10 mW (flexible)

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Specifications (Cont\') Carrier Output Power 1 or 10 W Time-out Timer 30-300 s (Factory Set to 60 s) Duty Cycle 20% (1 min Tx, 4 min Rx.) VSWR 20:1 (30 sec term - undamaged) Rated Deviation  5.0 kHz (25 kHz BW)  2.5 kHz (12.5 kHz BW) Audio Input Sensitivity 100 mV rms (60% of evaluated deviation) Sidetone Audio Output Power: 25 mW (Adjustable) Refer to Install and Operation Manual, Description §1.4 for more points of interest.

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Operation, Power On To turn on the radio, pivot the primary (MN) handle clockwise past the OFF detent. Allude to Operation Manual area 3.4.2

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Operation, Display Layout Tone/Squelch Flag Channel Name Modulation Type Scan Flag 001=Abcd23Efg W S C T:173.9975 067 L O Channel Number TX Power Tone/Squelch Number Display Type Frequency Refer to Operation Manual segment 3.5

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Operation, Controls/Annunciators Main RX/TX Annunciator Main On/Off/Volume Scan-Normal-Guard Transmit 001=ABCDEFGHI W S C R:173.9975 067 Guard Channel Select Guard Channel RX/TX Annunciator Guard Volume Display Switch Channel Switch Squelch/Help Select Number Pushbuttons Refer to Operation Manual segment 3.4.3

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Operation, Change Channels 002=Forestry N S C R:173.9975 067

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Operation, Squelch Disable 002=Forestry N S C MAIN SQ DISABLED

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Operation, Guard Transmit GD1=Guard1 N R:168.6250

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Operation, Menus Settings Menu DsplBrt Lt On:20 Menu Keys Refer to Operation Manual segment 3.4.3.15

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Operation, Menus (Cont\') Menu Structure: Settings Menu Display Menu Channel Menu Edit Main Edit Guard Edit Zone Edit Scan Maintenance Menu Refer to Operation Manual segment 3.6-3.8

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Operation, Help for Menus HELP content looks past

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Channel Serial Load from PC Using a PC with a RS232 serial information connector framework, channel information can be transferred to, and downloaded from the NPX136D. The NUDP NPX136D Application keeps running on a PC and can be utilized to enter, alter and transfer framework and channel information to the NPX136D

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End of Presentation

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About NAT Northern Airborne Technology Ltd. (NAT) is a main producer of specific air ship correspondence gear. Items incorporate Audio Management Systems, FM Radios, Intercoms, PA & Loudhailers, Airborne Data Management Systems, Satellite Communication Systems, and Aural Warning Generators. OEMs, for example, Bell, Eurocopter, MD Helicopters, Raytheon and Rockwell have NAT items introduced as standard gear on various generation air ship. Established in Prince George and now situated in lovely Kelowna BC Canada, Northern Airborne Technology Ltd. (NAT) has been a main fashioner and producer of specific airplane correspondence gear since 1979. With the rebuilding of Cobham plc in 2005, NAT is currently inside the Cobham Avionics & Surveillance division. Keeping on creating flight and electronic items in light of industry requests, NAT is pleased that a hefty portion of its items have earned acknowledgment as \'Industry Standard\'.

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NPX136D Installation and Operation Manual See www.fs.fed.us/fire/niicd/documents.html

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NPX136D Programming Flow Chart See www.fs.fed.us/fire/niicd/documents.html

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NPX136D Cheat Sheet See www.fs.fed.us/fire/niicd/documents.html

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