What are the features of the Kenwood tm-241a?
There are 20 memory channels plus 1 call channel, and all can be used to store transmit and receive frequencies as well as repeater and signaling data. The TM-241A transmits on 2 meters with three output power levels: 5/10/50 watts. Extended receive allows reception from 118 to 174 MHz. New features include Dual Tone Squelch and pager functions.
Is the Kenwood tm-541a a FM transceiver?
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What should the SWR be on a Kenwood transceiver?
Match the impedance of the coaxial cable and that of the antenna so that the SWR is less than 1.5 to 1. The protection circuit in the transceiver will activate if the SWR is particularly poor (greater than 3 to 1).
What is the tuning control on Kenwood speakers?
@Tuning control This control is used to select the desired transmitter/ receiver frequency, MHz step, memory channel, frequency step, tone frequency, scan direction, etc. (3) VOL control This control is used to adjust the volume from the internal and external speaker (if used).
What kind of power does a Kenwood tm-281a have?
HIGH POWER OUTPUT (65 W) Even with its compact size, the TM-281A delivers up to 65 watts – the sort of RF power you want in the wilderness – with a choice of High/Low output. A hand microphone is also supplied as standard. ALPHANUMERIC LCD AND ILLUMINATED KEYPAD
How many Watts Does a Kenwood tm-441a transmit?
The Kenwood TM-441A transmits on 440 MHz with three output power levels: 5/10/35 watts. The Kenwood TM-541A transmits on 1200 MHz with 1/10 watts. The TM-541A features ALT – Automatic Lock Tuning to compensate for frequency drift. Digital recording unit.
What kind of transceiver is the tm-241a / 241e?
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