Equipment information

Kenwood TM-D700A Transceiver
Manufacturer
Kenwood
Model TM-D700A
Date
Category Radio, Communication
Group Transceiver
Description DATA COMMUNICATOR 144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER
Information
                                    Outline

This device is a dual-band 144/430MHz FM car transceiver

planned and designed for amateur radio communications and

has the following features.

1.	Has a built-in TNC which conforms to the AX.25 protocol.
With a portable computer, allows you to enjoy Packet
operation quite easily.

2.	Includes a program for dealing with data formats
supported by Automatic Packet/ Position Reporting System (APRSJ.

3.	Is capable of receiving packet data on one band while
receiving audio on another band.

4.. Enhanced Programmable Memory (PM) channels store
virtually entire current operating environments for your
quick recall.

5.	Contains a total of 200 memory channels to program
frequencies and other various data. Allows each memory
channel to be named using up to 8 alphanumeric and special
ASCII characters.

6.	“Visual Scan” graphically and simultaneously shows the
conditions of up to 181 frequency channels.

7.	Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS) or Digital
Code Squelch (DCS) rejects unwanted calls from other stations.

8.	The separate front panel can be mounted in a convenient
different place from the main unit.

9.	Equipped with an easy-to-read large LCD with alphanumeric
display capability.

10.	Enhances the functions of an optional VC-H1 Interactive
Visual Communicator designed for plug-and-play color
slow-scan television (SSTV).

11.	Utilizes Sky Command System n designed to control a
KENWOOD HF transceiver at a remote location (U.S.A./ Canada
only).

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual Kenwood-8281-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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CHAPTER 1 PACKET OPERATION
CONNECTING WITH A PERSONAL COMPUTER .... 2
OPERATING TNC
..................................................... 3
PREPARATION FLOW
.............................................. 4
SELECTING DATA BAND .......................................... 5
DCD SENSE
............................................................. 5
CHAPTER 2 DX PACKETCLUSTERS MONITOR
CHAPTER 3 PACSATs
CHAPTER 4 AUTOMATIC PACKET/ POSITION REPORTING
SYSTEMÒ
PACKET PATH AND DIGIPEATER ............................ 9
CONNECTING WITH A GPS RECEIVER ................ 10
OPERATION FLOW
................................................ 11
ADJUSTING THE INTERNAL CLOCK ..................... 12
Setting
Time........................................................ 12
Setting Date
........................................................ 12
Setting UTC Offset
.............................................. 13
SELECTING DATA BAND ........................................ 13
SELECTING PACKET TRANSFER RATE ............... 13
RECEIVING APRS DATA......................................... 14
ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS DATA .................... 15
PROGRAMMING A CALL SIGN ............................... 17
SELECTING YOUR STATION ICON ........................ 18
PROGRAMMING POSITION DATA ......................... 19
SELECTING A POSITION COMMENT .................... 20
STORING STATUS TEXT ........................................ 21
PROGRAMMING A GROUP CODE ......................... 22
PROGRAMMING A PACKET PATH ......................... 23
SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT METHOD .......... 25
SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT INTERVAL ......... 25
SELECTING STATUS TEXT TRANSMIT RATE ....... 25
RESTRICTING RECEPTION OF APRS DATA ......... 26
PROGRAMMING POSITION AMBIGUITY ............... 26
PACKET MONITOR DISPLAY ................................. 26
SETTING AS A DIGIPEATER .................................. 27
CHAPTER 5 APRSÒ MESSAGE
OPERATION FLOW
................................................ 28
RECEIVING A MESSAGE ....................................... 29
ENTERING A MESSAGE......................................... 30
ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS MESSAGES ......... 31
TRANSMITTING A MESSAGE ................................ 32
AUTO ANSWER REPLY .......................................... 33
PROGRAMMING A GROUP CODE ......................... 34
CHAPTER 6 SLOW-SCAN TELEVISION (SSTV) WITH
VC-H1
CONNECTION WITH VC-H1 ................................... 35
ENTERING CALL SIGN/ MESSAGE/ RSV .............. 36
SELECTING COLOR FOR CALL SIGN/
MESSAGE/ RSV
..................................................... 37
EXECUTING SUPERIMPOSITION .......................... 37
SSTV MODE CHANGE ........................................... 38
VC-H1 CONTROL
................................................... 38
CHAPTER 7 TROUBLESHOOTING
APPENDIX
INDEX
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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION.....................	.......3
SEMICONDUCTOR DATA...................	.....17
DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS....	.....20
TERMINAL FUNCTION.......................	.....22
PARTS LIST.........................................	.....23
EXPLODED VIEW...............................	.....35
PACKING.............................................	.....36
ADJUSTMENT.....................................	.....37
PC BOARD VIEWS...........	........................5$
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ...	........................65
BLOCK DIAGRAM...........	........................7 7
WIRING DIAGRAM...........	........................79
LEVEL DIAGRAM.............	........................80
OPTION (PG-4X)...............	........................81
SPECIFICATIONS............	.... BACK COVER
	
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Manual Type User Manual Kenwood-10780-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ...................................... 1
CONVENTIONS FOLLOWED IN THIS MANUAL ....... 1
CHAPTER 1
 PREPARATION
MOBILE INSTALLATION
........................................... 2
Main Unit Installation
............................................. 2
Front Panel Installation
......................................... 3
FIXED STATION INSTALLATION ............................... 4
MODULAR PLUG CABLE CONNECTION ................. 4
DC POWER CABLE CONNECTION .......................... 5
Mobile Operation
.................................................. 5
Fixed Station Operation
........................................ 6
Replacing Fuses
................................................... 7
ANTENNA CONNECTION ......................................... 7
ACCESSORY CONNECTIONS ................................. 8
External Speakers
................................................ 8
Microphone
........................................................... 8
CHAPTER 2
 YOUR FIRST QSO
CHAPTER 3
 GETTING ACQUAINTED
FRONT PANEL
........................................................ 10
MAIN UNIT- FRONT
................................................ 12
MAIN UNIT-REAR
................................................... 12
MICROPHONE
........................................................ 13
INDICATORS
........................................................... 14
BASIC TRANSCEIVER MODES .............................. 15
BUTTON FUNCTION DISPLAY ............................... 16
BAND A & B
............................................................. 17
TX BAND AND CONTROL BAND ............................ 17
MIC KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY (MC-53DM ONLY) .. 18
CHAPTER 4
 OPERATING BASICS
SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF ............................... 19
ADJUSTING VOLUME ............................................ 19
SELECTING A BAND
.............................................. 19
SELECTING A FREQUENCY .................................. 20
ADJUSTING SQUELCH .......................................... 20
TRANSMITTING
...................................................... 21
Selecting Output Power ...................................... 21
CHAPTER 5
 MENU SET-UP
MENU ACCESS
...................................................... 22
MENU CONFIGURATION ....................................... 23
CHAPTER 6
 OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS
PROGRAMMING OFFSET ...................................... 29
Selecting Offset Direction
.................................... 29
Selecting Offset Frequency ................................. 29
Activating Tone Function
..................................... 30
Selecting a Tone Frequency ................................ 30
AUTOMATIC REPEATER OFFSET ......................... 31
TRANSMITTING A 1750 Hz TONE .......................... 32
REVERSE FUNCTION ............................................ 33
AUTOMATIC SIMPLEX CHECK (ASC) .................... 33
TONE FREQ. ID
...................................................... 34
CHAPTER 7
 MEMORY CHANNELS
SIMPLEX & REPEATER OR ODD-SPLIT
MEMORY CHANNEL? ............................................. 35
STORING SIMPLEX FREQUENCIES OR
STANDARD REPEATER FREQUENCIES ............... 36
STORING ODD-SPLIT REPEATER
FREQUENCIES
....................................................... 36
RECALLING A MEMORY CHANNEL ....................... 37
CLEARING A MEMORY CHANNEL ......................... 37
NAMING A MEMORY CHANNEL ............................. 38
CALL CHANNEL
...................................................... 39
Recalling the Call Channel .................................. 39
Reprogramming the Call Channel ....................... 39
MEMORY-TO-VFO TRANSFER .............................. 40
CHANNEL DISPLAY
................................................ 40
PARTIAL OR FULL RESET? .................................... 41
CHAPTER 8
 PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY (PM)
PROGRAMMABLE INFORMATION ......................... 42
APPLICATION EXAMPLES ..................................... 43
STORING IN PM CHANNELS ................................. 44
RECALLING A PM CHANNEL ................................. 44
AUTO PM CHANNEL STORE ................................. 45
PM CHANNEL RESET ............................................ 45
CHAPTER 9
 SCAN
VISUAL SCAN
......................................................... 47
Selecting the Number of Channels ...................... 47
Using Visual Scan
............................................... 48
SELECTING SCAN RESUME METHOD ................. 49
VFO SCAN
............................................................. 50
MEMORY SCAN
...................................................... 50
Locking Out a Memory Channel .......................... 51
GROUP SCAN
........................................................ 51
PROGRAM SCAN
................................................... 52
Setting Scan Limits
............................................. 52
Using Program Scan
........................................... 53
MHz SCAN
..............................................................
53
CALL/VFO SCAN
.................................................... 54
CALL/MEMORY SCAN ............................................ 54
CHAPTER 10
 CONTINUOUS TONE CODED SQUELCH
SYSTEM (CTCSS)
USING CTCSS
........................................................ 55
CTCSS FREQ. ID
.................................................... 56
CHAPTER 11
 DIGITAL CODE SQUELCH (DCS)
USING DCS
............................................................ 57
DCS CODE ID
......................................................... 58
CHAPTER 12
 DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY (DTMF)
FUNCTIONS (WITH MC-53DM ONLY)
MANUAL DIALING
.................................................. 59
DTMF Monitor
..................................................... 59
AUTOMATIC DIALER
.............................................. 60
Storing a DTMF Number in Memory .................... 60
Transmitting a Stored DTMF Number .................. 61
Selecting TX Speed
............................................ 61
Selecting Pause Duration .................................... 61
CHAPTER 13
 PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION (PF) KEYS
CHAPTER 14
 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
DIRECT FREQUENCY ENTRY
(WITH MC-53DM ONLY) ......................................... 63
CHANGING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE ................... 64
PROGRAMMABLE VFO .......................................... 64
DISPLAY DIMMER
.................................................. 65
AUTO DIMMER CHANGE ....................................... 65
DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUST ............................... 65
POSITIVE/ NEGATIVE REVERSAL ......................... 65
BLANKING A BAND DISPLAY ................................. 66
AUTOMATIC BAND CHANGE (A.B.C.) .................... 66
TRANSCEIVER LOCK ............................................ 67
ALL-CONTROL LOCK
............................................. 67
CHANGING MULTI-FUNCTION
BUTTON LABELS
................................................... 67
S-METER SQUELCH
.............................................. 68
Squelch Hang Time
............................................ 68
CHANGING BEEP VOLUME ................................... 69
KEY BEEP ON/ OFF
................................................ 69
SWITCHING FM/AM MODE .................................... 69
ADVANCED INTERCEPT POINT (AIP) ................... 69
TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT)
......................................... 70
AUTOMATIC POWER OFF (APO) ........................... 70
POWER-ON MESSAGE .......................................... 71
DISPLAY DEMONSTRATION .................................. 71
CHANGING SPEAKER CONFIGURATIONS ........... 72
SPEAKER MUTE
.................................................... 72
CHANGING TX/RX DEVIATION
(TM-D700E ONLY)
.................................................. 72
CHAPTER 15
 MICROPHONE CONTROL
(WITH MC-53DM ONLY)
CHAPTER
 16
 WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
(U.S.A./ CANADA ONLY)
PREPARATION
....................................................... 74
CONTROL OPERATION .......................................... 75
CHAPTER 17
 SKY COMMAND 2
(U.S.A./ CANADA ONLY)
CONNECTING THE TRANSPORTER WITH
THE HF TRANSCEIVER ......................................... 77
PREPARATION FLOW ............................................ 78
PROGRAMMING CALL SIGNS ............................... 79
PROGRAMMING A TONE FREQUENCY ................ 79
CONTROL OPERATION .......................................... 80
CHAPTER 18
 REPEATER FUNCTION
(U.S.A./ CANADA ONLY)
CHAPTER 19
 VS-3 VOICE SYNTHESIZER (OPTIONAL)
CHAPTER 20
 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
CHAPTER 21
 INSTALLING OPTIONS
INSTALLING THE VS-3 VOICE
SYNTHESIZER UNIT
.............................................. 85
INSTALLING THE PG-4X EXTENSION
CABLE KIT
..............................................................
85
CHAPTER 22
 MAINTENANCE
GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................... 87
SERVICE
.................................................................
87
SERVICE NOTE
...................................................... 87
CLEANING
..............................................................
87
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................. 88
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
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