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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF FM TRANSCEIVER TK-7100 UHF FM TRANSCEIVER TK-8100 © B62-1778-00 (K,M,M2) 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00...

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    HANK We are grateful you chose KENWOOD for your personal mobile applications. We believe this easy-to-use transceiver will provide dependable communications to keep personnel operating at peak efficiency. KENWOOD transceivers incorporate the latest in advanced technology. As a result, we feel strongly that you will be pleased with the quality and features of this product.

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    One or more of the following statements may be applicable: FCC WARNING This equipment generates or uses radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.

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  • Page 5: Unpacking And Checking Equipment

    UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT Note: The following unpacking instructions are for use by your KENWOOD dealer, an authorized KENWOOD service facility, or the factory. Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you identify the items listed in the following table before discarding the packing material. If any items are missing or have been damaged during shipment, file a claim with the carrier immediately.

  • Page 6: Preparation

    Note: The following preparation instructions are for use by your KENWOOD dealer, an authorized KENWOOD service facility, or the factory.

  • Page 7: Installing The Transceiver

    NSTALLING THE RANSCEIVER For passenger safety, install the transceiver securely, using the supplied mounting bracket, so the transceiver will not break loose in the event of a collision. 1 Mark the position of the holes in the dash by using the mounting bracket as a template.

  • Page 8: Orientation

    ORIENTATION RONT ANEL q q q q q (Power) switch Press to switch the transceiver ON. Press and hold for approximately 1 second to switch the transceiver OFF. w w w w w VOL keys (left side) Press to increase or decrease the volume level. e e e e e Display Refer to page 5.

  • Page 9: Display

    ISPLAY e l i t t i v i t e l i l l a v i t . l l n i l . l l e l i v i t e l i y t i y l t y l t ANEL...

  • Page 10: Programmable Auxiliary Functions

    PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS The MON, SCN, ● , and O keys can be programmed with the functions listed below: • Press to activate the auxiliary port. Press again to deactivate the auxiliary port. Auxiliary is used with optional boards, allowing you to activate and deactivate these optional functions.

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    • Monitor Press momentarily to turn the transceiver signalling OFF. Press again to return to normal operation. Also, press and hold for 1 second to unmute the speaker. Press again to return to normal operation. Refer to page 18 for details.

  • Page 12: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS ON/ OFF WITCHING OWER Press the switch to switch the transceiver ON. • A beep sounds and “ ” appears momentarily. • If the Radio Password function is programmed, “ ” will appear on the display when the power is turned ON. Refer to “Radio Password”, below. Press and hold the switch for approximately 1 second to switch the transceiver OFF.

  • Page 13: Selecting A Channel

    ELECTING A HANNEL Press the CH key (right side) to increase the channel number. Press the key (right side) to decrease the channel number. ELECTING A ROUP If Group Up or Group Down has been programmed onto a key, press the Group Up or Group Down key to select your desired group.

  • Page 14: Scan

    SCAN Scan is useful for monitoring signals on the transceiver channels. While scanning, the transceiver checks for a signal on each channel and only stops on a channel if a signal is present. The transceiver will remain on a busy channel until the signal is no longer present.

  • Page 15: Delete From Scan / Add To Scan

    ELETE FROM DD TO Depending on how your transceiver has been set up, a key may have been programmed with the Del/Add function. This function allows you to scan only those channels which you desire. To temporarily remove (or add) a channel from the Scan list, press and hold the Del/Add key for approximately 1 second during Scan, while Scan is paused on the undesired (or desired) channel, to temporarily remove (or add) that channel from the scanning sequence.

  • Page 16: Dtmf Calls

    DTMF CALLS Note: To make DTMF calls, you must have an optional microphone with a DTMF keypad (KMC-32). & S TORE 1 Enter the desired digits on the microphone keypad. • You can enter a maximum of 16 digits (0 ~ 9, A ~ D, , and #).

  • Page 17: Dialling Stored Dtmf Numbers

    DTMF N IALLING TORED UMBERS 1 Press the microphone key. • “ ” appears on the display. 2 Enter the desired memory location number (1 ~ 9). • The digits stored in the selected location number appear on the display. •...

  • Page 18: Transmitting

    CODE SQUELCH (ID CODE) Code Squelch is enabled or disabled by your dealer. This function turns the transceiver squelch OFF only when it receives the DTMF ID code that has been set up in your transceiver. Transceivers that do not transmit the correct code will not be heard.

  • Page 19: Selective Call

    SELECTIVE CALL Selective Call is enabled or disabled by your dealer. This function is similar to Code Squelch (page 14). The differences from Code Squelch are: • You can send or receive Status codes containing up to 5 digits. • Selective Call opens the squelch only when the transceiver receives a predetermined DTMF code in the correct sequence (3-digit or 4-digit ID code —...

  • Page 20: Emergency Operation

    EMERGENCY OPERATION There are two Emergency Operation modes: Emergency Operation 1: The transceiver is programmed to automatically transmit an emergency code to the base station. This code is repeatedly transmitted until the base station acknowledges your emergency situation or you exit Emergency Operation 1.

  • Page 21: Advanced Operations

    ADVANCED OPERATIONS (TOT) IMER The purpose of the Time-out Timer is to prevent any caller from using a channel for an extended period of time. If you continuously transmit for a period of time that exceeds the programmed time, the transceiver will stop transmitting and an alert tone will sound.

  • Page 22: Monitor

    ONITOR Press the key programmed as Monitor to turn the transceiver signalling OFF. While signalling is OFF, you can hear all signals received on your current channel. With signalling ON, you can hear only signals that match the signalling programmed in your transceiver. Press the Monitor key again to return to normal operation.

  • Page 23: Dtmf Number Display

    DTMF N UMBER ISPLAY Note: This feature can only be activated when DTMF Signalling is turned OFF. When you receive a DTMF code containing at least 3 digits, it will appear on the display. Each successive digit will continue to scroll across the display, as long as each digit is received within 1 second of the previous digit.

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