Equipment information

Kenwood TH-22A Transceiver
Manufacturer:
Kenwood
Model: TH-22A
Date:
Category: Radio, Communication
Group: Transceiver
Description: 144 MHz FM transceiver
Information:
                                    • Easier to handle due to the thinner profile, smaller size,
and lighter weight. Encourages a "take-it- anywhere" philosophy.
• High power output produced from low input voltage means
the NiCd battery pack is more compact than previous handhelds.
• Innovative Menu Set-up method combines sophisticated
features with simple operation; only frequently-used keys
are placed on the front and side panels.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Kenwood -- TH-22A -- User Manual
File name: Kenwood-8352-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 78
Size: 2.59 Mbytes (2716112 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: B62-0501-10(K, P, E, T, X, M)
Date:
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
MD5: 752512c17bbe1cbf879d5dd68e991a6e
Downloads: 119 since 08 January 2017
Information:
Instruction Manual

FEATURES
.............................................................
ACCESSORIES
.....................................................
CONVENTIONS FOLLOWED IN THIS MANUAL
BATTERY INFORMATION ...................................
NiCd BATTERY PACK (PB-32/PB-34) ............
Recharging
........................................................
Installing/Removing the Battery Pack .............
INSTALLING/REMOVING MANGANESE OR
ALKALINE BATTERIES .....................................
BATTERY VOLTAGE LEVEL ............................
BATTERY OPERATING TIME (HOURS) ........
YOUR FIRST QSO ................................................
GETTING ACQUAINTED......................................
ORIENTATION ....................................................
KEYS, CONTROLS, SWITCHES,
INDICATORS ........... ........................................
JACKS AND CONNECTORS ............................
DISPLAY
................................................................
MENU SET-UP ....................................................
RECEIVING
.............................................................
SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF ..........................
SQUELCH THRESHOLD LEVEL .....................
SELECTING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE ..........
Changes in Displayed Frequencies ................
DIRECT KEYPAD FREQUENCY ENTRY .......... 16
1 MHZ STEP FREQUENCY CHANGE .............. 17
KEYLOCK...............................................................
17
2 UNLOCKING ENC/SQL CONTROL.................... 18
3 BEEP TONE ON/OFF .......................................... 18
3 TRANSMITTING
...................................................... 19
3 SELECTING OUTPUT POWER ......................... 19
3 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) ..................................... 19
INHIBITING THE TRANSMITTER ....................... 20
4 BUSY FREQUENCY LOCK-OUT........................ 20
5 MEMORY CHANNELS
............................................ 21
5 STORING DATA IN MEMORY............................ 21
6 Simplex Memory Channels ............................... 21
Split Memory Channels ...................................... 22
RECALLING MEMORY CHANNELS.................. 23
7 Using the ENC/SQL Control .............................. 23
Using the Keypad
................................................ 23
8 MEMORY —» VFO TRANSFERS ........................ 23
9 ERASING MEMORY CHANNELS ....................... 24
10 CALL CHANNEL
................................................... 24
12 Recalling Call Channel
........................................ 24
13 Changing Call Channel Contents (Simplex) .... 25 Changing
Call Channel Contents (Split) .......... 25
Vi CHANNEL DISPLAY FUNCTION ........................ 25
4 INITIALIZING MEMORY
........................................ 26
VFO Reset (Partial)
............................................ 26
Memory Reset (Full)
.......................................... 26
OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS .............. 27
TRANSMITTER OFFSETS .................................. 27
SELECTING OFFSET DIRECTION .................... 27
AUTOMATIC TRANSMIT OFFSET .................... 28
U.S.A. and Canada Versions ............................ 28
European Version
............................................... 28
Canceling Automatic Offset............................... 29
SELECTING OFFSET VALUES MANUALLY ... 29
REVERSE FUNCTION ......................................... 30
TONE ACCESS
.................................................... 30
AUTO PATCH
......................................................... 31
Activating the Keypad
........................................ 31
DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY (DTMF)
MEMORY................................................................
32
Making DTMF Calls
............................................ 32
Storing DTMF Numbers ..................................... 32
Confirming Stored DTMF Numbers ................. 33
Transmitting Stored DTMF Numbers .............. 34
Activating DTMF Transmit Hold........................ 34
SCAN
........................................................................
35
SCAN RESUME METHODS ............................... 36
Time-Operated Scan
........................................... 36
Carrier-Operated Scan ...................................... 36
SELECTING THE SCAN RESUME METHOD .. 36
MEMORY SCAN
................................................... 37
Locking-Out Memory Channels ........................ 37
VFO SCAN
............................................................. 38
CALL VFO SCAN
.................................................. 38
CALL/MEMORY SCAN ......................................... 38
SAVING POWER
.......................................................39
BATTERY SAVER
...................................................39
AUTOMATIC POWER OFF (APO) ........................39
CONTINUOUS TONE CODED SQUELCH
SYSTEM (CTCSS)
.....................................................40
SELECTING CTCSS FREQUENCIES ..................40
USING CTCSS
.........................................................40
DUAL TONE SQUELCH SYSTEM (DTSS) ...........41
ACTIVATING DTSS
..................................................41
STORING DTSS CODES ........................................42
DTSS AND REPEATERS ........................................42
PAGE
............................................................................43
OVERVIEW
................................................................43
PAGE CODE MEMORY...........................................43
STORING PAGE CODES ......................................43
CALLING
....................................................................44
RECEIVING
..............................................................45
Receiving a Call with your Station Code ...........45
Receiving a Call with a Group Code ..................45
PAGE CODE AND REPEATERS........................ 46
LOCKING-OUT CODES .........................................46
AUTO PAGE CANCEL ............................................47
OPEN PAGE
.......................................................... 47
TONE
ALERT............................................................
48
ACTIVATING TONE ALERT................................. 48
REMOTE
CONTROL...................................................49
REMOTE CONTROL USING SMC-33
OR SMC-34
...............................................................49
CONNECTING EQUIPMENT FOR REMOTE
CONTROL..................................................................50
PACKET OPERATION
................................................51
MAINTENANCE
...........................................................52
GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................52
SERVICE
....................................................................52
SERVICE
NOTE........................................................53
CLEANING
.................................................................53
TROUBLESHOOTING
................................................54
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ......................................58
INSTALLING OPTIONS
.............................................60
INSTALLING THE CTCSS UNIT (TSU-8) ............60
INSTALLING THE SPEAKER-MIC JACK
STRAIN
RELIEF........................................................61
CONNECTING OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT..............62
SPECIFICATIONS
.......................................................63
GLOSSARY..................................................................64
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ....................................71
Kenwood-8352-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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