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Kenwood TH-G71A Transceptor
Fabricante:
Kenwood
Modelo: TH-G71A
Fecha:
Categoría: Radio, Comunicación
Grupo: Transceptor
Descripción: 144/430 MHz FM Dual Bander
Información:

FEATURES This Transceiver has the following main features. • Contains a total of 200 memory channels programmable with separate receive and transmit frequencies as well as simplex frequencies, and other various data. • Allows each memory channel to be named using up to 6 alphanumeric characters; you may assign a name such as a callsign or Repeater name. • If programmed, the built-in Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS) rejects unwanted calls from other persons who are using the same frequency. • Equipped with a high performance Antenna. • Illuminates the keys on the keypad as well as the display to permit easy operation in the dark.

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Tipo de Manual:: Servicio y Manual del usuario Kenwood-10778-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Páginas:: 60
Tamaño:: 2.51 Mbytes (2635045 Bytes)
Idioma: Inglés
Revisión:
Número de identificación: B62-0739-00
Fecha:
Calidad: Documento Scaned, todo legible.
Añadir fecha:
MD5: 931b5206d22e659bf2b88eb070037cde
Descargas: 373 desde 29 abril 2018
Información:

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ... 1 CONVENTIONS FOLLOWED IN THIS MANUAL ... 1 PREPARATION BATTERY OPERATING TIME ... 2 INSTALLING THE NiCd BATTERY PACK ... 2 INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES ... 3 INSTALLING THE Antenna ... 4 ATTACHING THE HAND STRAP ... 4 INSTALLING THE BELT HOOK ... 4 FIRST QSO GETTING ACQUAINTED ORIENTATION ... 6 BASIC Transceiver MODES ... 6 DISPLAY ... 7 OPERATING BASICS SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF ... 8 ADJUSTING VOLUME ... 8 ADJUSTING SQUELCH ... 8 SELECTING A BAND ... 9 SELECTING FREQUENCIES ... 9 TRANSMITTING ... 9 Selecting Output Power ... 9 IdlUiW MENU SET-UP WHAT IS A MENU? ... 10 MENU ACCESS ... 10 MENU CONFIGURATION ... 11 OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS Repeater ACCESS ... 12 Selecting Offset Direction ... 13 Selecting Offset Frequency ... 13 Activating Tone Function ... 14 Selecting a Tone Frequency ... 14 Automatic Repeater Offset (U.S.A./Canada/Europe Only) ... 15 REVERSE FUNCTION ... 16 MEMORY CHANNELS SIMPLEX OR SPLIT MEMORY CHANNEL? ... 17 STORING DATA IN SIMPLEX CHANNELS ... 18 STORING DATA IN SPLIT CHANNELS ... 18 RECALLING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 19 CLEARING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 19 NAMING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 20 SWITCHING MEMORY NAME/ FREQUENCY DISPLAY ... 20 CALL CHANNEL ... 21 Recalling the Call Channel ... 21 Changing Call Channel Contents ... 21 MEMORY ~ VFO TRANSFERS ... 22 CHANNEL DISPLAY FUNCTION ... 22 INITIALIZING MEMORY ... 23 Partial Reset (VFO) ... 23 Full Reset (Memory) ... 23 SCAN RESUME METHODS ... 25 Selecting Scan Resume Method ... 25 VFO SCAN ... 26 MEMORY SCAN ... 26 Locking Out Memory Channels ... 27 MHz SCAN ... 27 PROGRAM SCAN ... 28 Setting Scan Limits ... 28 Using Program Scan ... 29 CALL/VFO SCAN ... 29 CALL/MEMORY SCAN ... 29 PRIORITY SCAN ... 30 Storing Frequency in Priority Channel ... 30 Selecting Priority Scan Method ... 31 Using Priority Scan ... 31 CONTINUOUS TONE COOED SQUELCH SYSTEM (CTCSS) USING CTCSS ... 32 Automatic Tone Frequency ID ... 33 DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY I (DTMF) FUNCTIONS__ MAKING DTMF CALLS ... 34 DTMF Tone TX Hold ... 34 Autopatch (U.S.A. and Canada) ... 34 STORING DTMF NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALER ... 35 CONFIRMING STORED DTMF NUMBERS ... 35 TRANSMITTING STORED DTMF NUMBERS ... 36 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS TX INHIBIT ... 37 Transceiver LOCK ... 37 AUTOMATIC POWER OFF (APO) ... 37 BATTERY SAVER ... 37 LAMP FUNCTION ... 38 BEEP ON/OFF ... 38 SWITCHING AM/FM MODE (U.S.A./ CANADA ONLY) ... 38 TONE ALERT ... 38 PROGRAMMABLE VFO ... 39 CHANGING SPEAKER CONFIGURATIONS ... 39 KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY ... 40 Frequency Entry ... 40 Memory Channel Number Entry ... 40 CHANGING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE ... 40 MICROPHONE CONTROL E) MAINTENANCE GENERAL INFORMATION ... 42 SERVICE ... 42 SERVICE NOTE ... 42 CLEANING ... 42 CHARGING THE NiCd BATTERY PACK ... 43 TROUBLESHOOTING ... 44 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND I CONNECTION_ CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL POWER SOURCE ... 47 Using a Regulated Power Supply ... 47 Using a Cigarette Lighter Socket ... 47 CONNECTING EQUIPMENT FOR REMOTE CONTROL ... 48 CONNECTING OTHER EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT ... ... 48 SPECIFICATIONS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE INDEX

Kenwood-10778-Manual-Page-1-Picture


Tipo de Manual:: Servicio y Manual del usuario Kenwood-10778-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Páginas:: 60
Tamaño:: 2.51 Mbytes (2635045 Bytes)
Idioma: Inglés
Revisión:
Número de identificación: B62-0739-00
Fecha:
Calidad: Documento Scaned, todo legible.
Añadir fecha:
MD5: 931b5206d22e659bf2b88eb070037cde
Descargas: 373 desde 29 abril 2018
Información:

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ... 1 CONVENTIONS FOLLOWED IN THIS MANUAL ... 1 PREPARATION BATTERY OPERATING TIME ... 2 INSTALLING THE NiCd BATTERY PACK ... 2 INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES ... 3 INSTALLING THE Antenna ... 4 ATTACHING THE HAND STRAP ... 4 INSTALLING THE BELT HOOK ... 4 FIRST QSO GETTING ACQUAINTED ORIENTATION ... 6 BASIC Transceiver MODES ... 6 DISPLAY ... 7 OPERATING BASICS SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF ... 8 ADJUSTING VOLUME ... 8 ADJUSTING SQUELCH ... 8 SELECTING A BAND ... 9 SELECTING FREQUENCIES ... 9 TRANSMITTING ... 9 Selecting Output Power ... 9 IdlUiW MENU SET-UP WHAT IS A MENU? ... 10 MENU ACCESS ... 10 MENU CONFIGURATION ... 11 OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS Repeater ACCESS ... 12 Selecting Offset Direction ... 13 Selecting Offset Frequency ... 13 Activating Tone Function ... 14 Selecting a Tone Frequency ... 14 Automatic Repeater Offset (U.S.A./Canada/Europe Only) ... 15 REVERSE FUNCTION ... 16 MEMORY CHANNELS SIMPLEX OR SPLIT MEMORY CHANNEL? ... 17 STORING DATA IN SIMPLEX CHANNELS ... 18 STORING DATA IN SPLIT CHANNELS ... 18 RECALLING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 19 CLEARING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 19 NAMING MEMORY CHANNELS ... 20 SWITCHING MEMORY NAME/ FREQUENCY DISPLAY ... 20 CALL CHANNEL ... 21 Recalling the Call Channel ... 21 Changing Call Channel Contents ... 21 MEMORY ~ VFO TRANSFERS ... 22 CHANNEL DISPLAY FUNCTION ... 22 INITIALIZING MEMORY ... 23 Partial Reset (VFO) ... 23 Full Reset (Memory) ... 23 SCAN RESUME METHODS ... 25 Selecting Scan Resume Method ... 25 VFO SCAN ... 26 MEMORY SCAN ... 26 Locking Out Memory Channels ... 27 MHz SCAN ... 27 PROGRAM SCAN ... 28 Setting Scan Limits ... 28 Using Program Scan ... 29 CALL/VFO SCAN ... 29 CALL/MEMORY SCAN ... 29 PRIORITY SCAN ... 30 Storing Frequency in Priority Channel ... 30 Selecting Priority Scan Method ... 31 Using Priority Scan ... 31 CONTINUOUS TONE COOED SQUELCH SYSTEM (CTCSS) USING CTCSS ... 32 Automatic Tone Frequency ID ... 33 DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY I (DTMF) FUNCTIONS__ MAKING DTMF CALLS ... 34 DTMF Tone TX Hold ... 34 Autopatch (U.S.A. and Canada) ... 34 STORING DTMF NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALER ... 35 CONFIRMING STORED DTMF NUMBERS ... 35 TRANSMITTING STORED DTMF NUMBERS ... 36 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS TX INHIBIT ... 37 Transceiver LOCK ... 37 AUTOMATIC POWER OFF (APO) ... 37 BATTERY SAVER ... 37 LAMP FUNCTION ... 38 BEEP ON/OFF ... 38 SWITCHING AM/FM MODE (U.S.A./ CANADA ONLY) ... 38 TONE ALERT ... 38 PROGRAMMABLE VFO ... 39 CHANGING SPEAKER CONFIGURATIONS ... 39 KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY ... 40 Frequency Entry ... 40 Memory Channel Number Entry ... 40 CHANGING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE ... 40 MICROPHONE CONTROL E) MAINTENANCE GENERAL INFORMATION ... 42 SERVICE ... 42 SERVICE NOTE ... 42 CLEANING ... 42 CHARGING THE NiCd BATTERY PACK ... 43 TROUBLESHOOTING ... 44 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND I CONNECTION_ CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL POWER SOURCE ... 47 Using a Regulated Power Supply ... 47 Using a Cigarette Lighter Socket ... 47 CONNECTING EQUIPMENT FOR REMOTE CONTROL ... 48 CONNECTING OTHER EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT ... ... 48 SPECIFICATIONS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE INDEX

Kenwood-10778-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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