POCSAG GP2009N Pager VHF or UHF for DAPNET
The pager GP2009N receives and displays alphanumeric messages and/or receives and announces voice messages. It vibrates and beeps or flashes to attract attention. Available in 2 versions for amateur radio: VHF and UHF.
The GP2009N pager makes it possible to send and receive POCSAG protocol messages.
Programmable directly from the pager or PC with USB programming cable (optional)
Frequency adjustable by PLL and quartz (4Mhz bandwidth in PLL)
Alert mode: sound, vibrator, LED, silent
4 or 8 line display, zoom mode
Language: French, English, German, Chinese
This model is tuned to DAPNET UHF frequency 439.9875 MHz or VHF 144.8625 MHz (select below).
Delivered with: 1 GP2009N (VHF or UHF), 1 belt clip + support, manual in English. USB programming cable not included (optional).
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Specifications pager GP2009N
Frequency range: VHF 142.8625 to 146.8625 Mhz, UHF 437.9875 to 441.9875 MHz
Course Codes: 8
Receiver Type: Synthesized or Crystal
Baud rate: 512, 1200, 2400 bps
Paging sensitivity: -110 dB to 512 bps
-108DB @ 1200 bps
-106DB @ 2400 bps
Channel spacing: 25 KHz or 12.5 KHz
Frequency deviation: +/- 4.5 KHz
Frequency stability: +/- 10 PPM
Image Rejection:> 52dB
Alert tone: 75dB + @ 12 inch
Display: 16 characters / line, 22 characters maximum
Memory capacity: up to 3000 characters
Posts: 19 max
Weight: 68 g with battery
Dimensions: 76 x 53 x 18 mm
Battery type: LR6 AAA
Low battery warning level: 1.1V
Operating temperature: -10 ° C to 50 ° C
Frequency POCSAG paging in Europe
In the United Kingdom: 138 MHz and 466 MHz
In France: Alphapage on 466.025 MHz - 466.05 MHz - 466.075 MHz - 466.175 MHz - 466.20625 MHz - 466.23125 MHz
In Belgium: 169.625 MHz
In Switzerland: 147.300 MHz - 147.325 MHz - 147.375 MHz - 147.400 MHz - 169.700 MHz
Alphapoc 602R and GP2009N Manual Pager Programming
1. Turn on the pager
2. Hold down the "Up" and "Play" buttons for about 3 seconds until the password is displayed
3. The default password is 0000. Press the "Down" key to move right to the RIC (capcode) page.
A: [ON] xxxxxxxx
B: [OFF] xxxxxxx
This is where you are informed of your RIC assigned by the network DAPNET (for radio amateurs), usually it will be your CCS7 ID in DMR but registration on Dapnet is requiered.
4. Press the soft key to change [OFF] and [ON] to activate the RIC of the line.
You can add up to 8 RICs to follow different channels of information.
5. Press the key to change the characters, press the "Function" key to change the values.
6. On the following page: BAUDRATE: 1200, POLARITY: NORMAL, FREQ: 439.9875.
7. Press the key to save the changes.
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