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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

144/440 MHz FM DUAL BANDER
TM-D710A
144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER
TM-D710A
TM-D710E
Version: 2.10
©
(K type)
(M4 type)
(E type)

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL 144/440 MHz FM DUAL BANDER TM-D710A (K type) 144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER TM-D710A (M4 type) TM-D710E (E type) Version: 2.10 ©...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS File name (TM-D710_) Operation OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS ...........REPEATER- 01_REPEATER_E.pdf OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS ................1 REPEATER ACCESS ......................1 Selecting an Offset Direction ..................1 Selecting an Offset Frequency ..................1 Activating the Tone Function ..................1 Selecting a Tone Frequency ..................2 Automatic Repeater Offset (K and E Types Only) ............2 TRANSMITTING A 1750 Hz TONE ..................3 REVERSE FUNCTION ......................3 AUTOMATIC SIMPLEX CHECKER (ASC) ................3...
  • Page 3 CALL SCAN .........................3 VISUAL SCAN ........................4 Selecting the Number of Channels ................4 Using Visual Scan ......................4 CONTINUOUS TONE CODED SQUELCH SYSTEM (CTCSS) ...... CTCSS- 05_CTCSS_E.pdf USING CTCSS ........................1 CTCSS FREQUENCY SCAN ....................2 DIGITAL CODED SQUELCH (DCS) ..............DCS- 06_DCS_E.pdf USING DCS .........................1 DCS CODE SCAN .......................1 DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY (DTMF) .............
  • Page 4 SPEAKER MUTE .........................5 Mute Hang-up Time .......................5 BEAT SHIFT ........................5 SELECTING AN OUTPUT POWER ..................5 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) .....................5 MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY .....................5 MASKING A BAND ......................6 DISPLAY PARTITION BAR ....................6 POWER ON PASSWORD ....................6 PACKET OPERATION ..................PACKET- 10_PACKET_E.pdf PACKET MODE ........................1 DATA BAND ........................2 COM PORT SPEED ......................2 USING EXTERNAL TNC .....................2...
  • Page 5 Way Point Name <NAME> ...................10 Way Point Output <OUTPUT> ..................10 COM PORT ON/OFF ......................10 Output <OUTPUT> ......................10 PROGRAMMING POSITION DATA ..................11 Select Position channel ....................11 Name Entry <NAME> ....................11 Latitude Entry <LATITUDE> ..................11 Longitude Entry <LONGITUDE> ..................11 SETTING BEACON INFORMATION .................11 Speed Information <SPEED>...
  • Page 6 SETTING INTERRUPT DISPLAY..................20 Display Area <DISPLAY AREA> ..................20 Automatic Brightness <AUTO BRIGHTNESS> ............20 Change Color <CHANGE COLOR> ................20 Interrupt Time <INTERRUPT TIME> ................20 SELECTING A DISPLAY UNIT (1) ..................20 Speed, Distance <SPEED, DISTANCE> ..............20 Altitude, Rainfall <ALTITUDE, RAIN> ................20 Temperature <TEMPERATURE> ................20 SELECTING A DISPLAY UNIT (2) ..................20 Latitude longitude <POSITION>...
  • Page 7 WIRELESS OPERATION (K TYPE MODELS ONLY) ......WIRELESS OP- 15_WIRELESS (K TYPE)_E.pdf REPARATION ........................1 CONTROL OPERATION .....................1 WEATHER ALERT (K TYPE MODELS ONLY) ............. WX- 16_WEATHER ALERT (K TYPE)_E.pdf WEATHER ALERT ON/ OFF ....................1 Weather Channel ......................1 SKY COMMAND SYSTEM II (K AND E TYPES MODELS ONLY) .....SKY CMD- 17_SKY COMMAND (K&E TYPES)_E.pdf CONNECTING THE TRANSPORTER WITH THE HF TRANSCEIVER ......1 PREPARATION FLOW ......................2...
  • Page 8: Operating Through Repeaters

    OPERATING THROUGH REPEATERS Repeaters are often installed and maintained by radio clubs, sometimes with the cooperation of local businesses involved in the communications industry. Compared to simplex communication, you can usually transmit over much greater distances by using a repeater. Repeaters are typically located on mountain tops or other elevated locations.
  • Page 9: Selecting A Tone Frequency

    ■ Selecting a Tone Frequency To select the tone frequency required to access your desired repeater: 1 Turn the Tone function ON. 6 Press [PTT] to start a call. 2 Press [F], [T.SEL]. • You will be transmitting on an offset frequency value •...
  • Page 10: Transmitting A 1750 Hz Tone

    TRANSMITTING A 1750 Hz TONE Most repeaters in Europe require that a transceiver transmit a 1750 Hz tone. On a E type model, simply pressing Microphone [CALL] causes it to transmit a 1750 Hz tone. It is also possible to program [1750] on the front •...
  • Page 11: Memory Channels

    MEMORY CHANNELS In Memory channels, you can store frequencies and related data that you often use. Then you need not reprogram the data every time. You can quickly recall a programmed channel by simple operation. A total of 1000 Memory channels are available for bands A and B.
  • Page 12: Storing Odd-split Repeater Frequencies

    STORING ODD-SPLIT REPEATER FREQUENCIES RECALLING A MEMORY CHANNEL Some repeaters use a receive and transmit frequency pair 1 Press [MR] to enter Memory Recall mode. with a non-standard offset. To access those repeaters, 2 Rotate the Tuning control to select your desired store two separate frequencies in a memory channel.
  • Page 13: Naming A Memory Channel

    NAMING A MEMORY CHANNEL CHANNEL DISPLAY FUNCTION You can name Memory channels using up to 8 characters. Use this function when you want to use only Memory When you recall a named Memory channel, its name channels. When this function is switched ON, the appears on the display.
  • Page 14 Key Name [KEY] [F], [KEY] [KEY] (1s) While Transmitting [KEY] + Power ON Power ON/OFF Power ON/OFF Power ON/OFF Power ON/OFF – – – – – DX PacketClusters – – – – Monitor ON/OFF CALL Call mode – Call Scan –...
  • Page 15: Programmable Memory (pm)

    PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY (PM) Programmable Memory (PM) stores virtually all settings currently set on the transceiver. This transceiver provides 5 PM channels to store 5 sets of transceiver configurations. Later, you can quickly recall any one of these channels, depending on the operations you have in mind or the operating environment. The following programmable settings cannot be stored: APPLICATION EXAMPLES •...
  • Page 16: Storing Data In Pm Channels

    PM CHANNEL RESET STORING DATA IN PM CHANNELS To reset the PM channels to their default settings: 1 Confirm that the following conditions have been satisfied: 1 Turn the transceiver power OFF. • The transceiver is in receive mode. 2 Press [F] + Power ON. •...
  • Page 17: Scan

    SCAN Scan is a useful feature for hands-off monitoring of your favorite frequencies. Becoming comfortable with all types of Scan will increase your operating efficiency. This transceiver provides the following types of scans: Scan Type Scan Range VFO Scan Scans all frequencies on the current band. Memory Scan Scans all frequencies stored in the Memory channels.
  • Page 18: Memory Scan

    1 Press [MR], then rotate the Tuning control to select a MEMORY SCAN channel in your desired group. Use Memory Scan to monitor all Memory channels 2 Press the Tuning control (1s). programmed with frequency data. • Scan starts at the current channel. 1 Select your desired band.
  • Page 19: Program Scan

    ■ Using Program Scan PROGRAM SCAN 1 Select your desired band. Program Scan is identical to VFO Scan except that you 2 Press [VFO]. select a frequency range for the scan. 3 Rotate the Tuning control to select a frequency ■...
  • Page 20: Visual Scan

    Note: VISUAL SCAN ◆ You cannot use the Visual Scan Function under the following circumstances: While you are receiving, Visual Scan allows you to monitor • When the APRS/NAVITRA or Packet mode is turned frequencies near the current operating frequency. Visual Scan graphically and simultaneously shows how all •...
  • Page 21: Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (ctcss)

    CONTINUOUS TONE CODED SQUELCH SYSTEM (CTCSS) You may sometimes want to hear calls only from specific persons. The Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS) allows you to ignore (not hear) unwanted calls from other persons who are using the same frequency. To do so, select the same CTCSS tone as selected by the other persons in your group.
  • Page 22: Ctcss Frequency Scan

    CTCSS FREQUENCY SCAN This function scans through all CTCSS frequencies to identify the incoming CTCSS frequency on a received signal. You may find this useful when you cannot recall the CTCSS frequency that the other persons in your group are using. 1 Press [TONE] 2 times to activate the CTCSS function.
  • Page 23: Digital Coded Squelch (dcs)

    DIGITAL CODED SQUELCH (DCS) Digital Code Squelch (DCS) is another application which allows you to ignore (not hear) unwanted calls. It functions the same way as CTCSS. The only differences are the encode/ decode method and the number of selectable codes. For DCS, you can select from 104 different codes.
  • Page 24: Dual Tone Multi-frequency (dtmf)

    DUAL TONE MULTI-FREQUENCY (DTMF) The keys on the microphone keypad function as DTMF keys; the 12 keys found on a push-button telephone plus 4 additional keys (A, B, C, D). This transceiver provides 10 dedicated memory channels. You can store a DTMF code with up to 16 digits.
  • Page 25: Transmitting Stored Dtmf Codes

    ■ Transmitting Stored DTMF Codes ■ Selecting a Pause Duration 1 Press and hold the microphone [PTT]. You can change the pause duration stored in DTMF Memory channels; the default is 500 msec. 2 While transmitting, press the Tuning control. 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 303.
  • Page 26: Echolink

    EchoLink ® WHAT IS EchoLink? EchoLink allows you to communicate with other amateur radio stations over the internet, using VoIP (voice-over-IP) technology. The EchoLink software program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations, or from computer to station, greatly enhancing your communications capabilities. To use EchoLink, you must register using your callsign on their website and download the EchoLink software program (free of charge).
  • Page 27: Selecting A Transmit Speed

    ■ Selecting a Transmit Speed • To turn EchoLink Sysop Mode OFF, press [PF2] + Power ON again. Some repeaters may not respond correctly if a code is transmitted at fast speed. If this happens, change the EchoLink Sysop Mode ON EchoLink Sysop Mode OFF EchoLink transmission speed from FAST (default) to SLOW.
  • Page 28: Other Operations

    OTHER OPERATIONS ■ Display Contrast POWER ON MESSAGE The display visibility changes depending on the Each time you switch the transceiver ON, “HELLO” ambient conditions, for example between daytime and (default) appears on the display for approximately 2 night. When you find the display is not clear, use this seconds.
  • Page 29: Key Beep

    KEY BEEP Band Output Speaker Mode You can turn the transceiver beep function ON or OFF as Internal External External Setup desired. Speaker 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 000. None A, B – – SP1 only A, B –...
  • Page 30: Changing The Frequency Step Size

    ■ Microphone Keys CHANGING THE FREQUENCY STEP SIZE There are 4 microphone PF (Programmable Function) Choosing the correct frequency step size is essential in keys: [PF] (PF1), [MR] (PF2), [VF0] (PF3) and [CALL] selecting your exact frequency. The default step size on (PF4).
  • Page 31: Automatic Power Off (apo)

    AUTOMATIC POWER OFF (APO) S-METER SQUELCH Automatic Power Off is a background function that S-meter Squelch causes the squelch to open only when monitors whether or not any operations have been a signal with the same or greater strength than the S- performed (keys pressed, Tuning control turned, etc.), meter setting is received.
  • Page 32: Speaker Mute

    SPEAKER MUTE SELECTING AN OUTPUT POWER While receiving or transmitting on the TX band, you may It is a good idea to select lower transmit power if not want to hear audio received on the other band. Use communications is still reliable. This lowers the risk of this function to mute the speaker allocated to that band interfering with others on the band.
  • Page 33: Masking A Band

    MASKING A BAND POWER ON PASSWORD If you have no plans to use band A or B, you can hide the If power on password is activated, you cannot operate frequency display on the unused band. This saves power the transceiver without first entering your password, after consumption and makes it simpler to read the information turning the transceiver power ON.
  • Page 34: Packet Operation

    PACKET OPERATION Connect this transceiver to your personal computer via a Terminal Node Controller (TNC). You can send messages or commands to far away stations, obtain a variety of information via your local bulletin boards, or enjoy other Packet applications. Reference material for starting Packet operation should be available at any store that handles Amateur Radio equipment.
  • Page 35: Data Band

    ■ DATA Terminal Speed DATA BAND Select 1200 or 9600 bps for the data transfer rate, Select how data will be transmitted and received on your depending on TNC. transceiver. 1200 bps: Transmit data input (PKD) sensitivity is 40 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 529. , and input impedance is 10 kΩ.
  • Page 36: Tnc Commands List

    TNC COMMANDS LIST The commands supported by the built-in TNC are listed below. You must enter a space between a command name (or short-form) and a parameter, or between two parameters; ex. AU OFF, BEACON EVERY 18. Command Name Short Description Parameter Default...
  • Page 37 Command Name Short Description Parameter Default Causes the TNC to display the current status of all the commands. You can also specify a class identifier A, C, H, I, L, M, or T to display the status of only the desired command class.
  • Page 38 Command Name Short Description Parameter Default When ON, entering a RESTART command causes the KISS KISS ON/ OFF TNC to enter (or exit) KISS mode. When ON, changes a small letter (a through z) entered as a stream designator, to a capital letter (A through LCSTREAM ON/ OFF Z).
  • Page 39 Command Name Short Description Parameter Default Specifies digipeater callsigns to be added when the NPATH NPATH Call1, ... call7 − UISSID parameter in a received packet is 8 or 12. Specifies a group code to be used for making a NTSGRP NTSGRP 0 ~ 3 characters...
  • Page 40 Command Name Short Description Parameter Default When ON, causes the TNC to respond to software TRFLOW ON/ OFF flow control from the computer in Transparent mode. Specifies the number of transmission retries TRIES 0 ~ 15 programmed in the retry counter. Specifies the time delay between PTT ON and start TXDELAY of transmission.
  • Page 41: Aprs

    Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.> Official APRS Website: http://www.aprs.org NAVITRA DATA COMMUNICATION (NAVITRA BEACON) The Navitra system was introduced by Kenwood in the 1990’s, for use within Japan. ◆ CALLSIGN AND BEACON TYPE SETTINGS When an APRS/NAVITRA beacon is created, set the callsign and beacon type (APRS/NAVITRA) (Menu No.
  • Page 42: Connecting With A Gps Receiver Or Weather Station

    CONNECTING WITH A GPS RECEIVER OR WEATHER ■ Setting Date STATION 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 524. • The first 2 digits blink. The GPS jack on this transceiver accepts a 2.5 mm (1/10") 3-conductor plug. If necessary, use the supplied cable to modify the cable end of your GPS receiver or Weather Station.
  • Page 43: Receiving Aprs Data

    • You can change the interrupt screen display setting through RECEIVING APRS DATA Menu No. 625 (DISPLAY AREA). When set to “OFF”, the frequency display is not interrupted. An indicator such as “dP” Each time a new APRS packet is received, the frequency appears, depending on the type of data.
  • Page 44: Accessing Received Aprs Data

    ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS DATA CURSOR CONTROL This transceiver is capable of receiving and storing APRS Select a cursor control setting for reception. data received from up to 100 stations in memory. You can 1 Display the station list. easily recall the information of the desired station. 2 Press [TOP] to change the curser control between 1 Press [KEY], [LIST].
  • Page 45: Display Example

    Page 3 DISPLAY EXAMPLE Page 1 q: Position data w: Grid square locator q: Station icon (Packet path) w: Status text e: Callsign r: Time (packet received) t: Date y: Situation q: Callsign (Digipeater) u: Direction of station i: Distance from station (mile or km) This transceiver is capable of displaying the following o: Position comment icons as station IDs.
  • Page 46: Sort Function

    Only Mobile Stations are displayed. received message listed first. OBJECT Only Object Stations are displayed. The distance between the other Only Kenwood TH-D7, TH-D72,TM- station and My station when selecting KENWOOD D700, TM-D710, and RC-D710 the sorting method is calculated, then DISTANCE Stations are displayed.
  • Page 47: Receiving A Message

    RECEIVING A MESSAGE ENTERING A MESSAGE Each time a proper message is received, the frequency To transmit a message, first enter the callsign of the target display is interrupted to show information as below: station. To transmit a bulletin, enter “BLN#” instead; where # must be 0 to 9 or A to Z.
  • Page 48: Accessing Received Aprs Messages

    The table below shows the meanings of the symbols to be ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS MESSAGES shown in step 2. This transceiver is capable of storing a maximum of 100 messages in memory. You can easily access one of those. 1 Press [KEY], [MSG]. Sequence Not-yet-read indicator...
  • Page 49: Basic Settings

    BASIC SETTINGS SETTING INTERNAL TNC Enter Menu mode and access Menu 600. Enter Menu mode and access Menu 601. ■ My Callsign <MY CALLSIGN> ■ Data Band <DATA BAND> Program your callsign using a maximum of 9 On this transceiver you can select data band for APRS alphanumeric characters.
  • Page 50: Setting Gps Port

    • It does not correspond to the Gamin-TXT format. terminal using the " $PMGNWPL" format. [KENWOOD]: The data which is output from the GPS ■ Input Type <INPUT> terminal using the " $PKWDWPL" format. [OFF]: You can perform APRS communications without the use of a GPS receiver or Weather Station.
  • Page 51: Programming Position Data

    PROGRAMMING POSITION DATA SELECTING A POSITION COMMENT Enter Menu mode and access Menu 605. Enter Menu mode and access Menu 607. The APRS data which you transmit always includes one ■ Select Position channel of the 15 predetermined position comments. Select an This transceiver has 5 memory channels for storing appropriate comment depending on your situation.
  • Page 52: Qsy Function

    ■ Operation when Receiving a QSY QSY FUNCTION 1 Select text setting number 5. The QSY function uses AFRS (Automatic Frequency • Frequency information is imbedded to the first 10 Reporting System) to report a frequency on which voice characters of the status text message. communications can be established.
  • Page 53: Selecting Your Station Icon

    SSID. You can display and 2 Rotate the Tuning control to select a table set the following icons for the TM-D710. identification code, then press the Tuning control. KENWOOD (\K) Eyeball (/E) Lighthouse (\L) School (/K)
  • Page 54: Setting Beacon Tx Algorithm

    ■ TX Interval Time <TX INTERVAL> SETTING BEACON TX ALGORITHM You can change the interval for automatically Enter Menu mode and access Menu 611. transmitting APRS packets. Access <TX INTERVAL > and select 0.2, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30 or 60 minutes. The default is 3 minutes.
  • Page 55: Programming A Packet Path

    PROGRAMMING A PACKET PATH Enter Menu mode and access Menu 612. • You can confirm the setting contents in PATH IS VIA. [STATE/SECTION/REGION]: Use this method when the packet is being relayed within Select the packet path type from [New-N PARADIGM], only a limited area.
  • Page 56: Network

    Note: NETWORK ◆ When the built-in data band is set to cross band, the Voice Alert function does not operate. Enter Menu mode and access Menu 613. ◆ Voice alert takes precedence even when TONE, CTCSS and DCS are set. ◆...
  • Page 57: Setting As A Digipeater

    ■ UIFLOOD SETTING AS A DIGIPEATER When using the TM-D710 as a digipeater, set whether or not UIFLOOD digipeat runs. ■ DIGIPEAT When the received UI Frame character string matches Enter Menu mode and access Menu 616. the entered alias (for example, CA), the number of hops (for example, 2-2) is processed and decreased by 1 (for example, CA2-2 becomes CA2-1).
  • Page 58: Uitrace

    ■ UITRACE STORING AUTO MESSAGE REPLY When using the TM-D710 as a digipeater, set whether Enter Menu mode and access Menu 622. or not UITRACE digipeat runs. When the received UI Frame character string matches the entered alias (for example, WIDE), the number of hops (for example, 2-2) is processed and decreased by 1 (for example, WIDE2-2 becomes WIDE2-1), and your station callsign is added to the UI Frame.
  • Page 59: Programming A Message Group Code

    PROGRAMMING A MESSAGE GROUP CODE SETTING SOUND Enter Menu mode and access Menu 623. Enter Menu mode and access Menu 624. Use a message group code to exchange messages only ■ RX Beep Type <RX BEEP> among your group members. With one or more message This transceiver beeps each time it receives any type group codes programmed, you will receive messages that include the same group code(s), besides messages...
  • Page 60 SETTING INTERRUPT DISPLAY SELECTING A DISPLAY UNIT (1) Enter Menu mode and access Menu 625. Enter Menu mode and access Menu 626. ■ Display Area <DISPLAY AREA> ■ Speed, Distance <SPEED, DISTANCE> Selects the Display area. Select to [mi/h, mile], [km/h, km], or [knots, nm] . [ENTIRE ALWAYS]: The received new data, duplicate ■...
  • Page 61 SmartBeaconing Operation: SETTING SmartBeaconing Transmission Corner Enter Menu mode and access Menu 630 and 631. Speed Interval Pegging Above the HIGH Operates FAST RATE SPEED normally The interval is Under HIGH SPEED calculated using the Over LOW SPEED following formula: Operates (Only when the set normally...
  • Page 62 • Each time new DX cluster data is received, a callsign, PACKET MONITOR DISPLAY frequency, and time are displayed. This transceiver presents Terminal Window mode to • Information of up to 5 DX stations are displayed at the display raw data of received APRS packets. It displays up same time.
  • Page 63 TRANSCEIVER RESET There are 4 types of transceiver reset available: VFO Reset Use to initialize the VFO and accompanying settings. PARTIAL (Partial) Reset Use to initialize all settings other than the Memory channels, the DTMF memory, and the PM channels. PM Reset Use to reset only the Programmable Memory channels to their default values.
  • Page 64 VGS-1 (OPTIONAL) OPERATION When using the optional VGS-1 voice guide & storage unit, you gain access to the voice recorder and voice announcement functions. <The VGS-1 is sold depending upon area.> VOICE ANNOUNCEMENTS AUTO: Announcements are made automatically when changing a When changing modes, frequencies, settings, etc., an audio mode/frequency/setting.
  • Page 65 VOICE RECORDER AUTO: Announcements are made automatically when changing a The voice recorder provides you with 3 VGS channels mode/frequency/setting. for recording voice memos, along with a single VGS Operation Announcement channel for continuous recording. You can also prepare automated message responses to received calls. Press [LOCK] (to turn the Lock “Lock on”...
  • Page 66 ■ Continuous Recording ■ Playback Received signals on the control band are continuously 1 Press the PF key programmed as [VGS]. recorded, with the memory retaining the last 30 seconds of recorded signals. 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 009. •...
  • Page 67 CROSS-BAND/ LOCKED-BAND OPERATION (K TYPE MODELS ONLY) This transceiver is capable of receiving signals on one band and retransmitting signals on the other band. This function repeats signals originating from one band, using the other band. For example, a signal received on band A (VHF) is retransmitted on band B (UHF).
  • Page 68: Wireless Operation (k Type Models Only)

    WIRELESS OPERATION (K TYPE MODELS ONLY) If you also have a compatible Kenwood handy transceiver, you may use it as a remote control for this mobile transceiver. You will control one band on the mobile while sending DTMF tones to the other band from the handheld. This function is useful, for example, when you want to control the mobile from a location outside your vehicle.
  • Page 69: Weather Alert (k Type Models Only)

    WEATHER ALERT (K TYPE MODELS ONLY) The Weather Alert is available only in the USA and Canada. When activated, this function will check for a received NOAA 1050 Hz tone. When the tone is received, the weather alert tone will sound. WEATHER ALERT ON/ OFF 1 Enter Menu mode and access Menu 110.
  • Page 70: Sky Command System Ii (k And E Types Models Only)

    SKY COMMAND SYSTEM II (K AND E TYPES MODELS ONLY) The SKY COMMAND SYSTEM II allows remote control of a TS-2000, TS-2000X, TS-B2000, TS-480HX, TS-480SAT, TS- 570D, TS-570S, TS-590S, or TS-870S HF transceiver. You will use one transceiver as a control station called “Commander”. The transceiver connected with the HF transceiver is called “Transporter”.
  • Page 71: Preparation Flow

    8 <On the Transporter> Access Menu 703 and select PREPARATION FLOW “TRANSPORTER”. The following steps should guide you to a good start of Sky Command operation. First connect the Transporter to the HF transceiver. 1 <On the Commander and Transporter> Select the same VHF and UHF frequencies.
  • Page 72: Menu Mode

    PROGRAMMING CALLSIGNS CONTROL OPERATION The built-in TNCs of the Commander and Transporter When in the Sky Command mode, the Microphone keys communicate each other when you send a control of the Commander will function as below. First switch command from the Commander. So you must program ON the HF transceiver and press Microphone [0] on the different callsigns (9 digits max.) on these transceivers as Commander.

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