FW: Re: question TS-480

Mike Besemer \(WM4B\) <mwbesemer@...>

You might want to check your info again.

"The Kenwood TS-480 is an all mode HF plus 6 meter amateur transceiver. It
features AF digital signal processing on both receive and transmit. A
quad-mixer provides receiver dynamic range equivalent to that of the TS-950
class. Receive coverage is 500 kHz (30 kHz VFO) to 60 MHz and direct
frequency keypad entry is supported. The stand-alone LCD control panel
features its own speaker and be placed up to 16 feet away from the main unit
<http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamhf/0480frnt.html> . This radio
features attractive back lighting
<http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamhf/0480lit.html> of the display
and the controls! The supplied tabletop panel brackets is convenient for
base use. 100 Alphanumeric memories are available and multiple scan
functions are supported including: program scan, VFO scan, memory scan,
group scan, subtone scan and CTCSS scan. The TS-480SAT can transmit 100
watts (5 watt minimum RF output for QRP work). Many operational parameters
can be set to your operating preferences via the menu system. Up to two
optional IF filters may be added. ARCP-480 and ARHP-10 control software
downloads are available free from www.kenwood.net."
Quoted from http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamhf/0480.html.

-- de WM4B
Kathleen, GA

What is a ts 480? No such animal.....You mean ts840?

In 070@yahoogroups.com, "John Vodenik" <jvodenik@s...> wrote:
Fellow PSKers,

Are any of you gentlemen and ladies using a Kenwood TS-480 with a
I am having a whale of a time getting the jumpers correct.
Chomping at the
bit to get back on PSK
but the dang rig won't work yet. Working midnights, I just don't
have the
energy to play with the
jumpers right now.

Thanks in advance,

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