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  1. 1. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company Prescott, AZ 86301 C-5000COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT CONTROLLER Operator’s Manual Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C February 1, 2001
  2. 2. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUALInformation in this manual is subject to change without notice.Wulfsberg Electronics Division makes no warranty, expressed or implied, with regard to this manual, includingbut not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. In addition, Wulfsberg Electronics Division makes no warranty with regard to the documentationor data contained herein. Wulfsberg Electronics Division is not liable in the event of incidental, special,consequential, or any other damages in connection with or arising from furnishing, performance, or use of thismanual. 2001 Wulfsberg Electronics Division. All rights reservedFLEXCOMM, FLEXCOMM I, FLEXCOMM II, FLITECOMM, C-5000, RT-5000, RT-30, RT-118, RT-138,RT-138F, RT-406F, RT-450, RT-9600, RT-7200, and RT-9600F, are trademarks of Wulfsberg ElectronicsDivision.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page ii 01 Feb 01Revision C
  3. 3. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Record of Revisions Revision Issue Date Revision Issue Date Number Date Inserted By Number Date Inserted By A 2/1/91 B 8/1/93 C 02/01/0101 Feb 01 Page iii Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  4. 4. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Effective PagesSection Page Revision Section Page RevisionCover Sheet C 3-14 CCopyright ii C 3-15 CRecord of Revisions iii C 3-16 CList of Effective Pages iv C 3-17 CTable of Contents vii C 3-18 CList of Figures xv C 3-19 CList of Tables xvii C 3-20 C 3-21 CSection 1 Introduction 3-22 C 3-23 C 1-1 C 3-24 C 1-2 C 3-25 C 1-3 C 3-26 C 1-4 C 3-27 C 1-5 C 3-28 C 1-6 C 3-29 C 3-30 CSection 2 Getting Started 3-31 C 2-1 C 3-32 C 2-2 C 3-33 C 2-3 C 3-34 C 2-4 C 3-35 C 2-5 C 3-36 C 2-6 C 3-37 C 2-7 C 3-38 C 2-8 C 3-39 C 2-9 C 3-40 C 2-10 C 3-41 C 3-42 CSection 3 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Normal 3-42 C Mode 3-43 C 3-44 C 3-1 C 3-45 C 3-2 C 3-46 C 3-3 C 3-47 C 3-4 C 3-48 C 3-5 C 3-49 C 3-6 C 3-50 C 3-7 C 3-8 C Section 4 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Enhanced 3-9 C Modes 3-10 C 3-11 C 4-1 C 3-12 C 4-2 C 3-13 CManual Number 150-1352-000 Page iv 01 Feb 01Revision C
  5. 5. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Effective Pages (Cont’d) Section Page Revision 6-9 CSection Page Revision 6-10 C 4-3 C 6-11 C 4-4 C 6-12 C 4-5 C 6-13 C 4-6 C 6-14 C 4-7 C 6-15 C 4-8 C 6-16 C 4-9 C 6-17 C 4-10 C 6-18 C 4-11 C 6-19 C 4-12 C 6-20 C 4-13 C 6-21 C 4-14 C 6-22 C 4-15 C 6-23 C 4-16 C 6-24 C 4-17 C 6-25 C 4-18 C 6-26 C 4-19 C 6-27 C 4-20 C 6-28 C 4-21 C 6-29 C 4-22 C 6-30 C 4-23 C 6-31 C 4-24 C 6-32 C 4-25 C 6-33 C 4-26 C 6-34 C 4-27 C 6-35 C 4-28 C 6-36 C 6-37 CSection 5 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Scan 6-38 C Mode 6-39 C 6-40 C 5-1 C 6-41 C 5-2 C 6-42 C 5-3 C 6-43 C 5-4 C 6-44 C 6-45 CSection 6 System Configuration and Preset 6-46 C Channel Programming 6-1 C Section 7 Programming Presets 6-2 C 7-1 C 6-3 C 7-2 C 6-4 C 7-3 C 6-5 C 7-4 C 6-6 C 7-5 C 6-7 C 6-8 C01 Feb 01 Page v Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  6. 6. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Effective Pages (Cont’d)Section Page Revision 7-6 C 7-7 C 7-8 C 7-9 C 7-10 C 7-11 C 7-12 C 7-13 C 7-14 C 7-15 C 7-16 C 7-17 C 7-18 C 7-19 C 7-20 C 7-21 C 7-22 C 7-23 C 7-24 C 7-25 C 7-26 C 7-27 C 7-28 C 7-29 C 7-30 CAppendix A Subaudible Tone CodesAppendix B Wulfsberg Transceiver Frequency BandsManual Number 150-1352-000 Page vi 01 Feb 01Revision C
  7. 7. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents PageSection 1 Introduction Using This Manual.........................................................................................................................................1-1 Contents ...........................................................................................................................................1-1 Audience ..........................................................................................................................................1-2 References........................................................................................................................................1-3 C-5000-Based Transceiver System Overview................................................................................................1-3 Preset Channel Programming ..........................................................................................................1-4 Dual Mic Operation .........................................................................................................................1-5 Recorded Audio Playback................................................................................................................1-5 Automated System Configuration and Programming ......................................................................1-5 Enhanced Operating Modes.............................................................................................................1-5 Scan Function ..................................................................................................................................1-6 Encryption........................................................................................................................................1-6 Channel Memory Discretes..............................................................................................................1-6Section 2 Getting Started Powering ON the C-5000...............................................................................................................................2-1 Accessing the Main Page ...............................................................................................................................2-1 Adjusting the Display Brightness...................................................................................................................2-1 Adjusting the Squelch Level ..........................................................................................................................2-2 Enabling/Disabling Dual Mic Operation........................................................................................................2-2 Adjusting the Volume ....................................................................................................................................2-4 Using the C-5000 Control Panel ....................................................................................................................2-4 Using the Numeric/Function Keypad ..............................................................................................2-5 Using the Rotary Dial Controls........................................................................................................2-5 Using the Soft Keys .........................................................................................................................2-6 Using the Display.............................................................................................................................2-6 Powering OFF the C-5000 ...........................................................................................................................2-10Section 3 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Normal Mode Using the Display Pages.................................................................................................................................3-101 Feb 01 Page vii Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  8. 8. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Page Accessing the Display Pages........................................................................................................... 3-2 Overview of the Display Page Features ........................................................................................................ 3-3 Main RT System Availability Indicator .......................................................................................... 3-3 Active RT System Indicator............................................................................................................ 3-4 Transmit Indicator........................................................................................................................... 3-4 Receive Indicator ............................................................................................................................ 3-4 Currently Selected Channel Number............................................................................................... 3-5 Direct Transmit Mode Indicator ..................................................................................................... 3-5 Currently Selected Channel Alphanumeric ID................................................................................ 3-5 Currently Selected Channel Frequency........................................................................................... 3-6 Receive/Transmit Indicator............................................................................................................. 3-6 Guard Receiver Availability Indicator ............................................................................................ 3-7 Tone Indicator................................................................................................................................. 3-7 Transmit Mode (Repeat/Direct) Indicator....................................................................................... 3-8 Active RT Power Level Indicator .................................................................................................. 3-8 Encryption Mode Indicator ............................................................................................................. 3-9 Using the Control Alpha Display Page ....................................................................................................... 3-9 Selecting the Active Main RT System .......................................................................................... 3-10 Selecting the Active Channel ........................................................................................................ 3-10 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers ........................................................................... 3-10 Cycling Through the Alphanumeric IDs .......................................................................... 3-11 Using the Keypad to Change the Channel Number .......................................................... 3-11 Enabling and Disabling RT Systems............................................................................................. 3-12 Selecting a Guard Receiver as the Active Channel ....................................................................... 3-13 Selecting Guard Receiver 2 .............................................................................................. 3-13 Returning to the Main RT System .................................................................................... 3-13 Enabling and Disabling Guard Receivers ..................................................................................... 3-13 Manually Overriding Preset Tones ............................................................................................... 3-14 Manually Setting a CTCSS Tone ..................................................................................... 3-14 Manually Setting a DCS Tone.......................................................................................... 3-15 Manually Setting a Burst Tone......................................................................................... 3-16Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page viii 01 Feb 01Revision C
  9. 9. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Page Manually Setting the Preset Trasnmit Tone to Off ...........................................................3-16 Setting the Transmit Mode (Direct/Repeat)...................................................................................3-16 Setting the Active RT Power Level ...............................................................................................3-17 Selecting Voice Encryption ...........................................................................................................3-17 Using the Control Frequency Display Page...............................................................................................3-18 Accessing the Control Frequency Display Page..........................................................................3-18 Operating the System from the Control Frequency Display Page...............................................3-18 Selecting the Preset Frequency ......................................................................................................3-19 Cycling Through the Preset Frequencies...........................................................................3-19 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers............................................................................3-20 Using the Keypad to Change the Frequency .....................................................................3-20 Using the Keypad to Change the Channel Number...........................................................3-21 Using the System Display Page...................................................................................................................3-21 Accessing the System Display Page..............................................................................................3-22 Selecting the Active Main RT System ...........................................................................................3-22 Selecting the Active Channel.........................................................................................................3-23 Cycling Through the Preset Channel Numbers .................................................................3-23 Using the Keypad to Enter a Preset Channel Number.......................................................3-24 Enabling and Disabling RT Systems .............................................................................................3-24 Selecting a Guard Receiver as the Active Channel........................................................................3-24 Selecting Guard Receiver 2 ...............................................................................................3-25 Returning to the Main RT System.....................................................................................3-25 Enabling and Disabling Guard Receivers ......................................................................................3-25 Using the Active/Standby Alpha Display Page..........................................................................................3-26 Accessing the Active/Standby Alpha Display Page ......................................................................3-26 Switching between the Standby Channel and the Active Channel.................................................3-27 Selecting the Active RT System ....................................................................................................3-27 Selecting the Standby RT System..................................................................................................3-27 Selecting the Standby Channel ......................................................................................................3-27 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers............................................................................3-28 Cycling Through the Alphanumeric IDs ...........................................................................3-2801 Feb 01 Page ix Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  10. 10. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Page Using the Keypad to Enter a Preset Channel Number...................................................... 3-28 Using the Active/Standby Frequency Display Page ................................................................................. 3-29 Accessing the Active/Standby Frequency Display Page ............................................................ 3-30 Selecting the Preset Standby Channel and Frequency .................................................................. 3-30 Cycling Through the Preset Frequencies .......................................................................... 3-31 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers ........................................................................... 3-31 Using the Keypad to Change the Channel ........................................................................ 3-32 Using the Keypad to Change the Frequency .................................................................... 3-32 Using the Dual Mic Alpha Display (Dual Mic Normal Mode )Page ......................................................... 3-32 Accessing the Dual Mic Alpha Display Page ............................................................................. 3-33 Selecting the Primary Mic Active RT System .............................................................................. 3-34 Selecting the Secondary Mic Active RT System .......................................................................... 3-34 Selecting the Primary Mic Active Channel................................................................................... 3-35 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers ........................................................................... 3-35 Cycling Through the Alphanumeric IDs .......................................................................... 3-36 Using the Keypad to Change the Channel Number .......................................................... 3-36 Selecting the Secondary Mic Active RT Channel......................................................................... 3-36 Enabling and Disabling RT Systems............................................................................................. 3-37 Using the Dual Alpha Display Page (Dual Mic Optimized Mode) ........................................................... 3-37 Selecting the Primary Mic Active Channel................................................................................... 3-38 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers.......................................................................... 3-38 Selecting the Secondary Mic Active Rt Channel .......................................................................... 3-39 Selecting a Guard Receiver as the Active Channel ....................................................................... 3-39 Enabling and Disabling RT Systems............................................................................................. 3-40 Enabling and Disabling Guard Receivers ..................................................................................... 3-40 Using the Dual Mic Frequency Display Page ........................................................................................... 3-41 Accessing the Dual Mic Frequency Display Page ..................................................................... 3-42 Selecting the Primary Mic Active Channel and Frequency .......................................................... 3-42 Cycling Through the Preset Frequencies .......................................................................... 3-42 Cycling Through the Channel Numbers ........................................................................... 3-43 Using the Keypad to Change the Channel ........................................................................ 3-43Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page x 01 Feb 01Revision C
  11. 11. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Page Using the Keypad to Change the Frequency..................................................................................3-44 Selecting the Secondary Mic Active Channel and Frequency .......................................................3-44 Tuning Frequencies Manually......................................................................................................................3-44 Using a Control Page to Tune a Frequency ...................................................................................3-45 Using a Display Page to Select the Manual Mode Frequency .......................................................3-47 Using the Mute Feature................................................................................................................................3-47 Playing Back the Recorded Audio ...............................................................................................................3-48 Using the Phone Patch Feature.....................................................................................................................3-49Section 4 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Enhanced Modes Operating the C-5000 in Relay Mode ............................................................................................................4-2 Accessing Relay Mode ....................................................................................................................4-4 Changing the Relay RT Systems .....................................................................................................4-6 Changing the Active RT System......................................................................................................4-6 Switching Between Alphanumeric ID and Frequency Display........................................................4-6 Changing the Active Channel ..........................................................................................................4-6 Changing Relay RT System Channels .............................................................................................4-7 Exiting Relay Mode .........................................................................................................................4-7 Operating the C-5000 in Relay-Simulcast Mode ...........................................................................................4-8 Accessing Relay-Simulcast Mode .................................................................................................4-10 Changing the Relay-Simulcast RT Systems ..................................................................................4-12 Changing the Active RT System....................................................................................................4-12 Changing the Active Channel ........................................................................................................4-12 Switching Between Alphanumeric ID and Frequency Display......................................................4-13 Changing Relay-Simulcast RT System Channels ..........................................................................4-13 Exiting Relay-Simulcast Mode ......................................................................................................4-13 Operating the C-5000 in Simulcast Mode....................................................................................................4-14 Accessing Simulcast Mode ............................................................................................................4-16 Changing the Simulcast RT Systems .............................................................................................4-18 Changing the Active RT System....................................................................................................4-18 Changing the Active Channel ........................................................................................................4-18 Switching Between Alphanumeric ID and Frequency Display......................................................4-1901 Feb 01 Page xi Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  12. 12. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Changing Simulcast RT System Channels.................................................................................... 4-19 Temporarily Interrupting Simulcast Mode Operation................................................................... 4-19 Exiting Simulcast Mode................................................................................................................ 4-19 Operating the C-5000 in Repeater Mode..................................................................................................... 4-20 Accessing Repeater Mode............................................................................................................. 4-22 Changing the Receiver RT System ............................................................................................... 4-24 Exiting Repeater Mode ................................................................................................................. 4-24 Operating the C-5000 in Full Duplex Mode................................................................................................ 4-25 Accessing Full Duplex Mode........................................................................................................ 4-26 Changing the Receiver RT System ............................................................................................... 4-28 Exiting Full Duplex Mode ............................................................................................................ 4-28Section 5 Operating the C-5000 CMC in Scan Mode Accessing Scan Mode ..................................................................................................................... 5-2 Editing a Scan Group ...................................................................................................................... 5-3 Temporarily Deleting a Scan Channel................................................................................ 5-3 Restoring a Deleted Scan Channel ..................................................................................... 5-3 Reassigning the Second-level Priority Channel.................................................................. 5-4 Exiting Scan Mode.......................................................................................................................... 5-4Section 6 Configuring the C-5000 CMC Accessing the Configuration Page Sequence ................................................................................................ 6-2 Configuring RT System #1 ........................................................................................................................... 6-4 Configuring the System #1 RT’s..................................................................................................... 6-4 Configuring the RT System #1 Guard Receivers............................................................................ 6-6 Programming Guard Channel Advanced Features........................................................................ 6-12 Configuring the C-5000 for Tones................................................................................................ 6-15 Reviewing and Saving the RT System #1 Configuration.............................................................. 6-16 Configuring RT System #2 ......................................................................................................................... 6-19 Configuring RT System #3 ......................................................................................................................... 6-20 Configuring the System Precedence Channel ............................................................................................. 6-21 Configuring System Manual Modes............................................................................................................ 6-26 Configuring Passwords ............................................................................................................................... 6-30 Configuring the System Password ................................................................................................ 6-30Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page xii 01 Feb 01Revision C
  13. 13. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table of Contents (Cont’d) Page Configuring the Preset Password ...................................................................................................6-33 Configuring Discretes ..................................................................................................................................6-36 Configuring the Display Pages.....................................................................................................................6-39 Configuring Encryption ...............................................................................................................................6-42 Loading the Configuration into Memory .....................................................................................................6-45Section 7 Programming Presets Accessing the Program Presets Page Sequence..............................................................................................7-1 Programming Preset Channels .......................................................................................................................7-4 Adding New Preset Channels ..........................................................................................................7-4 Editing Existing Preset Channels.....................................................................................................7-9 Programming Preset Channel Advanced Features .........................................................................7-14 Deleting Preset Channels ...............................................................................................................7-18 Programming Scan Groups ..........................................................................................................................7-20 Adding New Scan Groups .............................................................................................................7-20 Editing Scan Groups ......................................................................................................................7-23 Deleting Scan Groups ....................................................................................................................7-27 Using the Memory Cloning Option..............................................................................................................7-30Appendix A Subaudible Tone CodesAppendix B Wulfsberg Transceiver Frequency Bands01 Feb 01 Page xiii Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  14. 14. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Figures PageFigure 1-1 C-5000 RT System Diagram ....................................................................................................... 1-4Figure 2-1 C-5000 CMC Control Panel ........................................................................................................ 2-5Figure 2-2 Display Page Menu Diagram....................................................................................................... 2-9Figure 2-3 Cascading Menu Diagram ........................................................................................................... 2-9Figure 3-1 Control Alpha Display Page (Typical) ........................................................................................ 3-3Figure 3-2 Receive Indicator (Example) ....................................................................................................... 3-5Figure 3-3 Currently Slected Channel Frequency ......................................................................................... 3-6Figure 3-4 Receive/Transmit Indicator ......................................................................................................... 3-7Figure 3-5 Encryption Mode Indicator.......................................................................................................... 3-9Figure 3-6 Control Frequency Display Page (Typical) ............................................................................... 3-19Figure 3-7 System Display Page (Typical)................................................................................................. 3-22Figure 3-8 Active/Standby Alpha Display Page (Typical)........................................................................ 3-26Figure 3-9 Active/Standby Frequency Display Page (Typical) ................................................................ 3-29Figure 3-10 Dual Mic Alpha Display Page (Dual Mic Normal Mode) ....................................................... 3-33Figure 3-11 Dual Mic Alpha Display Page (Dual Mic Optimized Mode)................................................... 3-38Figure 3-12 Dual Mic Frequency Display Page (Typical) .......................................................................... 3-41Figure 3-13 Control Alpha Display Page in Manual Mode (Typical)......................................................... 3-45Figure 3-14 Display Pages with Mute Feature (Typical) .............................................................................. 3-48Figure 4-1 Operating in Relay Mode (Example)........................................................................................... 4-3Figure 4-2 Relay Mode Display Page (Typical) .......................................................................................... 4-4Figure 4-3 Accessing the Relay Mode Display Page................................................................................... 4-5Figure 4-4 Operating in Relay-Simulcast Mode (Example).......................................................................... 4-9Figure 4-5 Relay-Simulcast Mode Display Page (Typical)....................................................................... 4-10Figure 4-6 Accessing the Relay-Simulcast Mode Display Page ............................................................... 4-11Figure 4-7 Operating in Simulcast Mode (Example) .................................................................................. 4-15Figure 4-8 Simulcast Mode Display Page (Typical) ................................................................................. 4-16Figure 4-9 Accessing the Simulcast Mode Display Page.......................................................................... 4-17Figure 4-10 Operating in Repeater Mode (Example).................................................................................... 4-21Figure 4-11 Repeater Mode Display Page (Typical) .................................................................................. 4-22Figure 4-12 Accessing the Repeater Mode Display Page........................................................................... 4-23Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page xiv 01 Feb 01Revision C
  15. 15. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Figures (Cont’d) PageFigure 4-13 Operating in Full Duplex Mode (Example)................................................................................4-25Figure 4-14 Duplex Mode Display Page (Typical) ......................................................................................4-26Figure 4-15 Accessing the Duplex Mode Display Page...............................................................................4-27Figure 5-1 Scan Channel Receive Page (Typical) .......................................................................................5-2Figure 6-1 Configuration Page Sequence Menu ............................................................................................6-1Figure 6-2 Accessing the Configuration Page Sequence ...............................................................................6-3Figure 6-3 RT System #1 Configuration Page Sequence...............................................................................6-5Figure 6-4 System #1 Guard Receiver Configuration Page Sequence...........................................................6-7Figure 6-5 C-5000 Tone Configuration Page Sequence ..............................................................................6-17Figure 6-6 Precedence Channel Configuration Page Sequence ...................................................................6-22Figure 6-7 System Manual Modes Configuration Page Sequence...............................................................6-27Figure 6-8 System Password Configuration Page Sequence........................................................................6-31Figure 6-9 Preset Password Configuration Page Sequence..........................................................................6-34Figure 6-10 Discretes Configuration Page Sequence.....................................................................................6-37Figure 6-11 Display Page Configuration Page Sequence ..............................................................................6-40Figure 6-12 Encryption Configuration Page Sequence..................................................................................6-43Figure 7-1 Accessing the Program Presets Page Sequence............................................................................7-2Figure 7-2 Adding Preset Channels ...............................................................................................................7-5Figure 7-3 Editing Preset Channels .............................................................................................................7-10Figure 7-4 Deleting Preset Channels............................................................................................................7-19Figure 7-5 Adding Scan Groups ..................................................................................................................7-21Figure 7-6 Editing Scan Groups...................................................................................................................7-25Figure 7-7 Deleting Scan Groups.................................................................................................................7-2801 Feb 01 Page xv Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  16. 16. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL List of Tables PageTable 2-1. C-5000 CMC Numeric/Function Keypad ....................................................................................... 2-5Table 3-1. Display Page Sequence ................................................................................................................... 3-2Table 3-2. Transmit Indicator Symbols............................................................................................................ 3-5Table 3-3. Tone Indicator Alphanumerics........................................................................................................ 3-8Table A-1. C-5000 CTCSS Tone Codes and Burst Tones ................................................................................A-1Table A-2. C-5000 DCS Tone Codes................................................................................................................A-2Table B-1. FLEXCOMM I Transceivers ..........................................................................................................B-1Table B-2. FLITECOMM Transceivers............................................................................................................B-1Table B-3. FLEXCOMM II Transceivers .........................................................................................................B-1Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page xvi 01 Feb 01Revision C
  17. 17. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUALSECTION 1INTRODUCTION This manual contains detailed information required to configure, program, and operate transceiver systems based on the Wulfsberg C-5000 Communications Management Controller (CMC).Using This Manual The information contained in this manual is comprehensive in scope, and covers every aspect of using the C-5000. It is designed to be used as a learning tool for novices and as a reference for experienced users. It is NOT intended to be read through from start to finish. You should use it to learn the basics of operating the system, then read only those parts that you need, when you need them. The following paragraphs give an overview of the contents of this manual, give suggestions about the appropriate audience for each section, and list additional Wulfsberg documentation for the C-5000.CONTENTS This manual is divided into the following sections: • Section 1, Introduction (this section), contains an overview of the contents of this manual, the intended audience, and references to related documents. It also provides an overview of the components of C-5000- based transceiver systems. • Section 2, Getting Started, contains the basic instructions for operating the C-5000. It describes the C-5000 controls, and introduces the messages, prompts, and other information you find on the display during system operation. It also contains instructions for performing basic operations, such as turning the system ON and OFF, adjusting the volume, etc. • Section 3, Operating the C-5000 CMC in Normal Mode, contains information and procedures you use to operate the C-5000 in normal receive/transmit mode. It provides an overview and detailed instructions and procedures for operating the system from each of the seven Display pages. It also includes procedures for several other operations you perform in normal operating mode, such as manual frequency tuning. • Section 4, Operating the C-5000 CMC in Enhanced Modes, contains information and procedures you use to operate the C-5000 in the enhanced operating modes (Relay mode, Simulcast mode, Relay- Simulcast mode, Repeater mode, and Full Duplex mode). A system must include two or more transceivers to be able to operate in the enhanced modes.01 Feb 01 Page 1-1 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  18. 18. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL • Section 5, Operating the C-5000 CMC in Scan Mode, contains instructions for using the C-5000 scan feature. It explains how to access scan mode, select a programmed scan group, temporarily delete scan channels from a scan group, and exit scan mode. • Section 6, Configuring the C-5000 CMC, contains the information and procedures you use to configure the C-5000 after the mechanical and electrical installation of the system has been completed. During configuration, you are prompted to enter information about each of the RT systems installed in your system, as well as information about a number of optional items. • Section 7, Programming Presets, contains the instructions and procedures for programming preset channels and organizing preset channels into scan groups. It explains how you assign Alphanumeric IDs to make it easier to identify preset channels and scan groups. • Appendix A, Subaudible Tone Codes, contains tables listing the C-5000 CTCSS tone codes, Burst tones, and DCS tone codes. • Appendix B, Wulfsberg Transceiver Frequency Bands, lists the frequency bands and ranges of all Wulfsberg transceivers used in C-5000-based systems.AUDIENCE This manual is intended for two types of users: • Operators – pilots or other crew members who use the system to communicate with other radio-equipped units and locations. • Installers – technicians who configure the system and program the preset channels and scan groups. It does not assume any prior experience with the C-5000 or any other Wulfsberg product. All users should read Section 1 to become familiar with the components and capabilities of C-5000-based transceiver systems. Operators should read Section 2 to become familiar with the names and locations of the components of the C-5000 user interface, including the control panel and the display. All operators should read the opening paragraphs of Section 3, which describe the features of the C-5000 display used in normal transmit/receive operations. NOTE: To operate the system effectively, most operators need only learn how to use the system main page (the Control Alpha Display page), and how to tune frequencies manually.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page 1-2 01 Feb 01Revision C
  19. 19. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Operators of multi-radio systems who have some experience operating in normal mode are ready to use the enhanced modes described in Section 4. Each of the enhanced modes is covered in a self-contained subsection; you only need to read about the ones you actually use. Operators who want to use the C-5000’s scan mode capabilities should read Section 5. Installers and technicians responsible for configuring the C-5000 should become familiar with Section 6. You should use it as a guide while you perform the procedures it describes step by step. Likewise, installers and technicians who program the preset channels and scan groups of a system should use the procedures contained in Section 7.REFERENCES C-5000 Installation Manual, Manual Number 150-1355-000 C-5000 Communications Management Controller Quick Reference, 006-08821- 0002C-5000-Based Transceiver System Overview The Wulfsberg C-5000 CMC is a microprocessor-based control head device that allows you to manage, monitor, and transmit over up to three RT systems independently. The C-5000’s processor board has three card slots. By installing the appropriate RT interface boards in these slots, the C-5000 can be configured for FLEXCOMM II transceivers, FLEXCOMM I transceivers, FLITECOMM transceivers, or a combination of these. Serial RT boards are used to interface with FLEXCOMM II and FLITECOMM systems, and support one transceiver; parallel RT boards are used to interface with FLEXCOMM I systems, and support up to three transceivers (see Figure 1-1). FLEXCOMM II transceiver installations include the RT-5000 transceiver. FLEXCOMM I installations can include RT-30, RT-138F, and RT-406F current production transceivers. They can also include RT-118, RT-138, and RT-450 transceivers, which are no longer manufactured but remain in wide use. In addition, C-5000-based systems can include FLITECOMM (RT-7200, RT-9600, and RT-9600F) transceivers, which are also out of production. Hybrid installations can include combinations of any of these. Figure 1-1 illustrates the possible combinations of transceiver types. The Guard Receiver option allows the operator to continuously monitor one or two channels in addition to the Main RT channels without requiring another complete radio or pseudo-scanning process. The FLEXCOMM II RT-5000 is available with an optional Guard Receiver, which can be specified as a single channel crystal guard (available in three frequency ranges) or a synthesized 29.7 – 960 MHz receiver. RT-5000’s are equipped with CTCSS and DCS tones on both the Main and Guard Receivers. RT-5000’s equipped with synthesized Guard Receivers can be programmed for two Guard channels.01 Feb 01 Page 1-3 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  20. 20. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL FLEXCOMM I transceivers can be specified with a crystal-controlled single- channel Guard Receiver plug-in module that operates on one customer-specified frequency (refer to the FLEXCOMM I Installation Manual, Manual Number 150-040011). An optional Guard Receiver CTCSS decoder with programmable Guard Receiver tone can also be specified. FLITECOMM transceivers are currently out of production, but remain in wide use. They were available with crystal-controlled two-channel Guard Receiver modules. They could be user-specified for any Guard frequency between 138.000 and 173.9950 MHz (RT-7200) or between 150.000 and 173.9975 MHz (RT-9600/9600F). They are equipped with CTCSS tones on both the Main and Guard Receivers. Models equipped with Guard Receivers can be programmed for two Guard channels; however, those with the VP (Voice Protection) interface option are limited to one Guard channel.PRESET CHANNEL PROGRAMMING The C-5000 has expanded memory that can support up to 350 preset channels, plus three channels for manual frequency selection (one per RT system). In addition, the C-5000 is available with one or two optional Guard Receiver channels. Each channel can be configured for independent transmit and receive frequencies, and subaudible tones (CTCSS, DCS, Burst). In addition to a frequency and a channel number, each channel can be assigned an Alphanumeric ID of up to eight characters to make it easier for the operator to identify channels. Figure 1-1. C-5000 RT System DiagramManual Number 150-1352-000 Page 1-4 01 Feb 01Revision C
  21. 21. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUALDUAL MIC OPERATION The C-5000 features two independent microphone inputs and audio outputs that allow two operators using a single control head to transmit and receive on separate RT systems simultaneously. This mode of operation is called dual mic The C-5000 has two dual mic operating modes: Dual Mic Normal mode and Dual Mic Optimized Mode. You can also disable the dual mic feature. Dual Mic Normal mode does not change the standard user interface. You can select it if your C-5000 transceiver system is configured for either two or three RT systems. Dual Mic Optimized mode simplifies operation of C-5000-based systems that are configured for two RT systems. When you select this mode, the C-5000 automatically assigns the primary mic to RT System #1 and the secondary mic to RT System #2. RT System #1 always appears on the top line of the display, and RT System #2 is always on the bottom line. In addition, the user interface has only two Display pages, and the volume of each RT system can be adjusted independently. For more information, refer to Enabling/Disabling Dual Mic Operation, in Section 2.RECORDED AUDIO PLAYBACK The C-5000 Recorded Audio Playback feature automatically records the last 15 seconds of every message received on each RT system. A key on the C-5000 control panel allows the operator to select and play back the recorded segment. For more information, refer to Playing Back the Recorded Audio, in Section 3.AUTOMATED SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND PROGRAMMING The C-5000 incorporates a Data Transfer Port for automating system configuration and programming. The port is provided for use with the Wulfsberg C-5000 Memory Cloning Option, a separately purchased kit that allows you to exchange configuration and channel programming data between a C-5000 and a PC or between two C-5000’s. For further information, refer to Using the Memory Cloning Option, in Section 7.ENHANCED OPERATING MODES When a C-5000-based transceiver system includes two or more transceivers, the C-5000’s five enhanced operating modes become available. These include: • Relay Mode – Allows the operator to establish an automatic radio link with two or three other locations that have radios tuned to different frequencies in different frequency bands. Once the link is established, the locations can communicate without requiring operator intervention.01 Feb 01 Page 1-5 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  22. 22. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL • Simulcast Mode – allows the operator to transmit simultaneously to two or three other locations that have radios tuned to different frequencies. • Relay-Simulcast Mode – Combines the functions of Relay Mode and Simulcast Mode. It allows the operator to establish an automatic radio link with two or three other locations that have radios tuned to different frequencies, and to transmit to those locations simultaneously. • Repeater Mode – Allows the system to function as an airborne repeater between two other locations that have radios tuned to different frequencies in the same frequency band. • Duplex Mode – allows you to transmit and receive simultaneously on different frequencies. For more information, refer to Section 4, Operating the C-5000 CMC in Enhanced Mode.SCAN FUNCTION The C-5000 scan feature allows the operator to program preset channels into scan groups of up to 10 channels. The C-5000 supports up to 99 scan groups, which can be allocated among the configured RT systems as required. Each scan group can be assigned Alphanumeric ID of up to eight characters to make it easier for the operator to identify. For more information, refer to Section 5, Operating the C-5000 CMC in scan Mode.ENCRYPTION The C-5000 supports third-party encryption devices, including Motorola OTAR and DES, and KY-58-type systems.CHANNEL MEMORY DISCRETES The C-5000 provides five Channel Memory Discretes, which are five discrete lines that carry 0V or +5VDC outputs from the unit. Each line can be programmed to output a high or low signal for each of the C-5000’s preset memory channels. In addition, they can be programmed to produce different outputs when transmitting or receiving. The Channel Memory Discretes are designed to be used with external devices, such a tone encoders/decoders, encryption devices, indicator lights, etc. They allow installers to program the system to switch devices ON and OFF when the operator transmits or receives.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page 1-6 01 Feb 01Revision C
  23. 23. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUALSECTION 2GETTING STARTED This section contains the basic instructions for operating the Wulfsberg C-5000 Communications Management Controller. It explains how to power the C-5000 system ON, adjust the brightness and volume, use the control panel, navigate through the menu system, and power the system OFF. It assumes that your system has been configured in accordance with the instructions in Section 6, and that it has preset channels programmed in accordance with Section 7.Powering ON the C-5000 PUSH ON) To power the C-5000 ON, press and hold the Inner Volume (PUSH ON control (see Figure 2-1 on page 2-5) for approximately one second. While the unit performs a self-test and memory initialization routine, several version number and copyright pages appear on the display. When the routine finishes, the Display page that was active when the system was last powered OFF appears (for more information about the display pages, refer to Using the Display Pages, in Section 3).Accessing the Main Page The system’s main page is the Control Alpha Display page (pictured at left). To access any of the other features of the C-5000 software, you begin at the Control Alpha Display page. To access the Control Alpha Display page directly from any page in the system, press the * | CLR key (see Figure 2-1 on page 2-1 one or more times.) NOTE: If you enable Dual Mic Optimized mode (refer to Enabling/Disabling Dual Mic Operation, on page 2-2, pressing the * | CLR key accesses the Dual Mic Alpha Display page.Adjusting the Display Brightness When you first power ON the C-5000, the display is at its maximum brightness. To adjust the brightness level, use the following procedure (refer to Figure 2-1): 1. Access the Control Alpha Display page (refer to Accessing the Main Page, above).01 Feb 01 Page 2-1 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  24. 24. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL 2. Press the 2 | MENU key once. The Dim Display page (pictured at left) appears. 3. To lower the display brightness, repeatedly press (or press and hold) Key. the lower Soft Key To increase the display brightness, repeatedly press (or press and Key. hold) the upper Soft Key To maximize the display brightness, press the Inner Volume (PUSH PUSH ON) ON control and hold it for approximately one second. 4. When you have satisfactorily adjusted the display brightness, press the * | CLR key to return to the Control Alpha Display page.Adjusting the Squelch Level (RT-5000 Transceivers) If your installation includes a Wulfsberg RT-5000 transceiver, you can adjust its squelch level. Use the following procedure: 1. Access the Control Alpha Display page (refer to Accessing the Main Page, above). 2. Press the 2 | MENU repeatedly until the Squelch Level Increase/Decrease page (pictured at left) appears.This page does not appear if yoursystem is not configured for an 3. Key. To increase the squelch level, press the upper Soft KeyRT-5000. Key. To decrease the squelch level, press the lower Soft Key The squelch level increases/decreases one increment and the arrow changes to an asterisk ( * ) each time you press the key. If you press and hold the key, the squelch level increases/decreases repeatedly until you release the key. 4. When you finish making your selection, press the * | CLR key to return to the Control Alpha Display page.Enabling/Disabling Dual Mic Operation The C-5000 dual mic feature allows the system to be configured for two independent microphone inputs and audio outputs. Dual mic operation allows two operators to transmit and receive on separate RT systems simultaneously. The C-5000 has two dual mic operating modes: Dual Mic Normal mode and Dual Mic Optimized Mode. You can also disable the dual mic feature.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page 2-2 01 Feb 01Revision C
  25. 25. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL You can use Dual Mic Normal mode if your C-5000 transceiver system is configured for either two or three RT systems (refer to Section 6, Configuring the C-5000 CMC). This allows the operator to specify the RT systems to which the primary and secondary mics are assigned. You can select Dual Mic Optimized mode if your C-5000 system is configured for two RT systems (RT System #1 and RT System #2). In this mode, the C-5000 automatically assigns the primary mic to RT System #1 and the secondary mic to RT System #2. Dual mic operation is not available is your system is configured for only one RT system, and Optimized mode is not available if your system is configured for three RT systems. NOTE: The mode you select determines the pages that are included in the Display page sequence (refer to Using the Display Pages, in Section 3): • If you select Dual Mic Normal mode, the Dual Mic Alpha Display page and the Dual Mic Frequency Display page (if enabled) are both included in the sequence. • If you select Dual Mic Optimized mode, only Control Alpha Display page and the Dual Mic Alpha Display page are included in the sequence. • If you disable the dual mic feature, neither dual mic Display page is included in the sequence. You use the following procedure to enable dual mic operation and select Dual Mic Normal mode, select Dual Mic Optimized mode, or disable the dual mic feature: 1. Access the Control Alpha Display page (refer to Accessing the Main Page, on page 2-1. 2. Press the 2 | MENU repeatedly until the Dual Mic menu page (pictured at left) appears. 3. To enable Dual Mic Normal mode, turn the Inner Control (PUSHPUSH ENTER) ENTER control to select the NORMAL option. This option is not available if the C-5000 is configured for only one RT system. To enable Dual Mic Optimized mode, turn the Inner Control (PUSHPUSH ENTER) ENTER control to select the OPT option. This option is not available if the C-5000 is configured either for one RT system or three RT systems. To disable the dual mic feature, turn the Inner Control (PUSH PUSH ENTER) ENTER control to select the OFF option. 4. When you finish making your selection, press the * | CLR key to return to the Control Alpha Display page.01 Feb 01 Page 2-3 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  26. 26. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUALAdjusting the Volume The dual mic operating mode you select (refer to Enabling/Disabling Dual Mic Operation, on page 2-2) determines how the volume controls work: • If you selected Dual Mic Normal mode, or if you disable the dual mic feature, you adjust the receive audio volume of the active RT (and its PUSH ON) Guard Receivers, if any) by turning the Inner Volume (PUSH ON control. The active RT is the one selected for transmitting as well as receiving in normal operating mode. NOTE: To allow accurate volume adjustment, press the 7 | TEST key to disable the squelch control on the active RT system. Turn the Outer Volume control to adjust the volume of any other RT systems you are monitoring. • PUSH ON) In Dual Mic Optimized mode, the Inner Volume (PUSH ON control adjusts the volume of RT System #1; the Outer Volume control adjusts the volume of RT System #2.Using the C-5000 Control Panel This section describes the location and functionality of the controls in the C-5000 control panel. The control panel provides the interface between the operator and the transceivers in the system. All of the C-5000’s operator controls are accessed from the control panel on the front of the unit. When the C-5000 is installed in the aircraft instrument panel, the control panel is the only part of the system accessible to the operator. The C-5000 control panel contains the following groups of controls (refer to Figure 2-1): • A keypad containing 12 numeric/function keys. • Two concentric rotary dial controls: − The Volume controls located below the VOL label near the lower left corner of the panel. The inner control is labeled PUSH ON. − The Select controls located below the SEL label near the lower right of the panel. The inner control is labeled PUSH ENTER. • Two multi-function soft keys located to the left of the display. • An electro-luminescent display containing two lines of 20 characters each • A data transfer port that allows channel programming between a C-5000 and an IBM-compatible PC or data transfer between two C-5000’s.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page 2-4 01 Feb 01Revision C
  27. 27. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Figure 2-1. C-5000 CMC Control PanelUSING THE NUMERIC/FUNCTION KEYPAD The C-5000 includes a keypad with 12 keys located in the lower center part of the control panel (refer to Figure 2-1). During normal operation, you use these keys’ numerical function to select a preset channel or frequency. You can also use them to perform special functions, such as switching between Direct and Repeat modes, accessing the Mute feature to block reception from all but the active channel, etc. During system configuration and programming, you use the keys to navigate through the program menu pages and enter information in response to program prompts. Table 2-1 lists the keys and briefly describes their functions.USING THE ROTARY DIAL CONTROLS The C-5000 includes two concentric rotary dial controls located near the lower left and right corners of the control panel (refer to Figure 2-1). The Volume controls are located below the VOL label on the lower left. The Select controls are located below the SEL label on the lower right01 Feb 01 Page 2-5 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C
  28. 28. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL The Volume controls are used during normal system operation. The Inner Volume control (labeled PUSH ON) has two functions: • You press it to switch the C-5000 ON and OFF. • You turn it to adjust the receive audio volume of the active RT system (and the system Guard Receivers, if any; refer to Adjusting the Volume, on page 2-4). You turn the Outer Volume control to adjust the volume of any other RT systems you are monitoring. The Select controls are used during system configuration and programming as well as entering manual frequencies. The Inner Select control (labeled PUSH ENTER) has three functions: • You press it to access a menu page sequence in response to a system prompt. • You press it to select information entered in response to a system prompt. • You turn it to change the value of the character at the current cursor location. You turn the Outer Select control to change the position of the cursor.USING THE SOFT KEYS The C-5000 includes two multi-function soft keys located to the left of the display (refer to Figure 2-1). The soft keys perform different functions depending on the system’s current operating mode. For example, when the system is in normal operating mode, you can press the upper Soft Key to change the active RT system (that is, the system configured with the channel you want to monitor and transmit over).USING THE DISPLAY The C-5000 includes an electro-luminescent display containing two lines of 20 characters each (refer to Figure 2-1). The display provides the following types of information: • In normal operating mode (refer to Section 3), the display provides status information about the Main and Guard Receivers that have been configured for the system. For example, it indicates the currently active RT and Guard Receiver systems, the currently selected Main and Guard Channels, whether the primary or secondary mic is transmitting, etc. • In the enhanced operating modes (refer to Section 4) and scan mode (refer to Section 5), the display provides status information specific to the current operation.Manual Number 150-1352-000 Page 2-6 01 Feb 01Revision C
  29. 29. Wulfsberg Electronics Division A Chelton Group Company C-5000 CMC OPERATOR’S MANUAL Table 2-1. C-5000 CMC Numeric/Function Keypad Key Function 1 | D/R • Toggles between Direct and Repeat transmission modes. • When the program displays configuration and programming menu pages, performs an assigned function (usually BACK, which redisplays the previous menu). • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 1 2 | MENU • Accesses and steps forward through the configuration and programming menu pages. • When the program displays configuration and programming menus, performs an assigned function (usually SEL, which selects the current user entry). • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 2. 3 | DISP • Accesses and steps forward through the Display pages. • When the program displays configuration and programming menus, may perform an assigned function. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 3. 4 | MUTE • Toggles between normal audio from all monitored RT’s and audio from the active RT only. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 4. 5 | RT • In normal operating mode, allows the operator to enable or disable an RT system or Guard Receiver. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 5. 6 | PLAY • Plays back the recorded portion of the message most recently received by the operator- selected RT system. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 6. 7 | TEST • Disables the squelch control on the active RT system to allow accurate volume adjustment. • Temporarily displays the frequency of the currently active channel(s). • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 7. 8 | SCAN • Accesses Scan mode. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 8. * | CLR • Cancels a configuration or programming operation and accesses the Control Alpha Display page. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the asterisk character ( * ). 9 | PVT • Toggles between normal transmission and voice encryption. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 9. 0 | SF • Not implemented at this time. • When the program requires numeric data entry, enters the number 0. # | NUM • Enables numeric data entry when the program requires it (for example, for channel or frequency selection).01 Feb 01 Page 2-7 Manual Number 150-1352-000 Revision C

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