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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL 144/440 MHz FM DUAL BANDER TM-G707A TM-G707A TM-G707E 144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER 144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER KENWOOD CORPORATION © B62-1509-00 (K, E, M) 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 THANK YOU! We are grateful you decided to purchase this KENWOOD FM transceiver. This series of mobile transceivers was developed to satisfy the requirement for a compact rig that’s simple to operate yet contains numerous sophisticated features. The dual band operation will be appreciated by hams who want access to VHF and UHF bands with a transceiver smaller than some single banders. KENWOOD believes that the compact size, coupled with the reasonable cost, will meet your satisfaction. FEATURES This transceiver has the following main features. [. . . ] Step Size Change • Easy Operation Select • Programmable Memory Reset Note: ◆ • MHz Function Select • Programmable Memory Store • Call Channel Store • Memory Channel Clear • VFO Scan • Partial/ Full reset 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 32 You cannot switch this function ON if you have stored frequencies in no memory channels. ◆ When in Channel Display mode, you may want to recall only memory channels of the desired band. 4 (MR), then select the desired band. INITIALIZING MEMORY If your transceiver seems to be malfunctioning, initializing the transceiver may resolve the problem. In addition, doing Full Reset is a quick way to clear all memory channels; however, you then need to re-program memory channels after initialization. Note: While using the Channel Display or All Lock function, you cannot ■ Partial Reset (VFO) Use to initialize all settings except the memory channels, the Call channel, the PM channels, and Memory Channel Lockout. 1 Press [VFO]+[ ]. • A confirmation message appears. 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 do Partial Reset nor Full Reset. VHF Band Defaults Version U. S. A. / Canada Europe/ General VFO Frequency 144. 000 MHz 144. 000 MHz Frequency Step 5 kHz 12. 5 kHz Tone Frequency 88. 5 Hz 88. 5 Hz • To quit resetting, press any key other than [OK]. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 2 Press [OK]. ■ Full Reset (Memory) Use to initialize all settings that you have customized. 1 Press [MR]+[ ]. • A confirmation message appears. 2 1 UHF Band Defaults Version U. S. A. / Canada Europe/ General VFO Frequency 440. 000 MHz 430. 000 MHz Frequency Step 25 kHz 25 kHz Tone Frequency 88. 5 Hz 88. 5 Hz 17 18 19 20 • To quit resetting, press any key other than [OK]. 21 22 33 2 Press [OK]. Note: You can also do Partial Reset or Full Reset by pushing the RESET switch on the transceiver {page 73}. PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY (PM) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Programmable Memory (PM) allows you to store virtually all settings currently set on the transceiver. If you are the type of person who likes the many features offered by modern transceivers, but dislikes remembering how to make all the necessary settings, you will find Programmable Memory particularly useful. The following settings can be separately stored for the VHF and UHF bands: VFO frequency Memory Recall mode Frequency step size Tone frequency Tone ON Offset direction VFO mode Call Channel mode Transmit output power CTCSS frequency CTCSS ON Offset frequency PROGRAMMABLE INFORMATION 10 The following programmable settings are shared by the VHF and UHF bands: 11 Memory Recall method 12 Band Select 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 34 Prioriy Scan method Time-Out Timer Auto Dimmer Change Data transfer rate Scan resume method Microphone keypad confirmation tone (U. S. A. / Canada only) Automatic Power Off Display Dimmer Beep volume 1750 Hz Tone Transmit Hold (TM-G707E only) S-meter Squelch Automatic Repeater Offset Reverse ON Upper frequency limit Lower frequency limit (for Programmable VFO) (for Programmable VFO) AM/ FM mode Advanced Intercept Point (U. S. A. / Canada only) APPLICATION EXAMPLES The following are examples of how you might use Programmable Memory. These examples may not represent applications useful to you, but you will understand the flexibility of this function. Situation 1 Situation 1 Solution Solution 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 You share your transceiver with other members in your family or club. However, each individual has personal preferences for how they like to set various functions. You have to keep changing many settings each time you use the transceiver. Because 4 PM channels are available, up to 4 persons can separately program the transceiver and store their customized environment. Then each person can quickly change to his or her favorite settings, simply by recalling a PM channel. It is too much trouble to change back the settings after somebody else has reconfigured them. So this application may avoid having a feature-rich transceiver but never using many useful features. Solution Solution In two PM channels, store the same operating data such as frequency, offset, tone, etc. , and store different settings for the Display Dimmer and Beep functions. Then you can quickly recall the best settings for day or night operating. Situation 2 Situation 2 While operating mobile on the way to work every morning, you prefer a silent transceiver that does not interrupt the morning calm. In addition, you feel that a bright display is a waste of electricity in sunlight. At night when driving home, you realize the Beep function truly serves a purpose and you acknowledge it is nice to see a bright display after dark. Situation 3 Situation 3 You cannot figure out how you can make the transceiver exit the current mode. Solution Solution Simply recall PM channel 1 that contains an exact copy of the transceiver default environment. You will not lose the contents of any memory channels. 19 20 21 22 35 STORING DATA IN PM CHANNELS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 Confirm that the following conditions have been satisfied: • The transceiver is in the receive mode. • Microphone Control is OFF. RECALLING PM CHANNELS 1 Press [PM]. • The PM channel numbers appear. 2 Select the desired band. 3 Select the desired frequency and related data (Tone, CTCSS, etc. ) using VFO mode. [. . . ] front panel and the main unit using a clean damp cloth. 5 67 3, 4 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 — Continued 71 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 72 Problem Probable Cause Corrective Action The supply voltage requirement is 13. 8 V DC 15% (11. 7 V to 15. 8 V DC). If the input voltage is outside this range, recharge your battery, adjust your regulated power supply, and/or check all power cable connections. Press [VFO]. Page Ref. The display is too dim, The supply voltage is too low. even though you selected a high dimmer level. 3, 4 The frequency cannot be Memory Recall was selected. [. . . ]

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