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1 CONTENTS, 1 CONTENTS 1 FREQUENCY STEP SIZE 12 1, 2 BEFORE STARTING 2 1 FINE TUNING 12 1. 3 PREPARATION 3 1 ATTENUATOR ATT 12 1, SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES 3 1 PROGRAMMABLE VFO 12 2. INSTALLING THE ANTENNA 3 1 BEAT SHIFT 12 2, INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK 3 1 IF DETECT OUTPUT MODE 12 2. INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES 3 1 FM NARROW 12 3, INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP 3 2 BAR ANTENNA 12 3. INSTALLING THE HAND STRAP 3 2 TX INHIBIT 12 3, CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK 3 2 TIME OUT TIMER 12 4.
BATTERY LIFE 3 3 MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY 12 4, CONNECTING TO A CIGARETTE LIGHTER SOCKET 3 3 SETTING RECEIVING FILTERS 12 4. CONNECTING TO A REGULATED POWER SUPPLY 3 3 VOX VOICE OPERATED TRANSMISSION 12 5. PITCH FREQUENCY 12 6, 4 GETTING ACQUAINTED 4 1, CW REVERSE 12 6. KEY AND CONTROL KNOB OPERATIONS 4 1, LED CONTROL 12 6. DISPLAY 4 3, DISPLAY ILLUMINATION 12 7, 5 BASIC OPERATIONS 5 1. POWER ON MESSAGE 12 7, SWITCHING THE POWER ON OFF 5 1.
SINGLE BAND DISPLAY 12 8, ADJUSTING THE INTERNAL CLOCK 5 1. METER TYPE 12 8, ADJUSTING THE VOLUME 5 1, DISPLAY BACKGROUND COLOR 12 8. VOLUME BALANCE BAND A B 5 1, AUDIO EQUALIZER TX RX 12 9. SELECTING DUAL BAND MODE SINGLE BAND MODE 5 1, KEY BEEP 12 9. SELECTING AN OPERATION BAND 5 1, BEEP VOLUME 12 10.
SELECTING A FREQUENCY BAND 5 2, BATTERY SAVER 12 10. SELECTING THE DEMODULATION MODE 5 2, AUTO POWER OFF APO 12 10. SELECTING A FREQUENCY 5 2, BATTERY LEVEL 12 10, ADJUSTING THE SQUELCH 5 3. PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION KEYS 12 11, TRANSMITTING 5 3. KEY LOCK 12 12, MONITOR 5 3, VOLUME LOCK 12 12, FUNCTION SELECT MODE 5 3.
DISPLAY UNIT 12 12, 6 MENU MODE 6 1 OUTPUT DESTINATION INTERFACE USB Bluetooth 12 13. MENU ACCESS 6 1 SELECTING A LANGUAGE 12 14, CHARACTER ENTRY 6 1 VERIFYING THE FIRMWARE VERSION 12 14. MENU CONFIGURATION 6 2 TRANSCEIVER RESET 12 14, 7 OPERATING THROUGH FM REPEATERS 7 1 13 GPS 13 1. REPEATER ACCESS 7 1 BUILT IN GPS FUNCTION ON OFF 13 1. TRANSMITTING A 1750 Hz TONE 7 3 SETTING MY POSITION DATA 13 1. REVERSE FUNCTION 7 3 MARK FUNCTION 13 4, 8 MEMORY CHANNEL 8 1 POSITION MEMORY LIST 13 4. SIMPLEX REPEATER OR ODD SPLIT MEMORY CHANNEL 8 1 TARGET POINT 13 6. MEMORY CHANNEL LIST 8 1 TRACK LOG 13 6, RECALLING A MEMORY CHANNEL 8 2 14 APRS 14 1.
EDITING MEMORY CHANNEL 8 3 BASIC SETTINGS 14 1, CALL CHANNEL MEMORY SIMPLEX 8 4 POSITION COMMENT 14 3. CALL CHANNEL MEMORY ODD SPLIT 8 4 STATUS TEXT 14 3. CALL CHANNEL LIST 8 4 STATION LIST 14 5, MEMORY GROUP 8 4 APRS MESSAGE FUNCTIONS 14 9. MEMORY SHIFT 8 5 PROGRAMMING A PACKET PATH 14 11, 9 SCAN 9 1 SETTING INTERNAL TNC 14 12. SELECTING A SCAN RESUME METHOD 9 1 APRS LOCK 14 13. BAND SCAN 9 1 SETTING TX BEACON 14 13, PROGRAM SCAN 9 2 SETTING BEACON INFORMATION 14 14. MHz SCAN 9 2 OBJECT FUNCTIONS 14 15, MEMORY SCAN 9 2 QSY FUNCTION 14 16.
GROUP LINK SCAN 9 3 SETTING SmartBeaconingTM 14 17. PRIORITY SCAN 9 4 SETTING WAY POINT 14 18, CALL SCAN 9 4 SETTING PACKET FILTER 14 19. SCAN AUTO BACKLIGHT 9 4 STORING USER PHRASES 14 19. 10 CTCSS DCS CROSS TONE 10 1 STORING AUTO MESSAGE REPLY 14 19. CTCSS 10 1 SETTING NOTIFICATION SOUND 14 20, DCS 10 2 SETTING DISPLAY 14 21. CROSS TONE 10 3 PC OUTPUT 14 21, 11 DUAL TONE MULTI FREQUENCY DTMF 11 1 NETWORK 14 21. MANUAL DIALING 11 1 VOICE ALERT 14 22, AUTOMATIC DIALER 11 1 PROGRAMMING MESSAGE GROUP CODE 14 22. EchoLink MEMORY 11 2 PROGRAMMING BULLETIN GROUP CODE 14 22. 12 OTHER OPERATIONS 12 1 15 BUILT IN KISS TNC 15 1. KISS MODE OPERATION 15 1 WEATHER ALERT ON OFF 24 1. 16 D STAR 16 1 WEATHER CHANNEL SCAN 24 1, DV MODE DR D STAR REPEATER MODE 16 1 25 WIRELESS CONTROL TH D74A ONLY 25 1.
MY CALLSIGN 16 1 PREPARATION 25 1, DIGITAL FUNCTION MENU 16 2 CONTROL OPERATION 25 1. SIMPLEX CALL 16 2 26 OPTIONS 26 1, LOCAL AREA CALL 16 3 27 MAINTENANCE 27 1. GATEWAY CALL 16 4 GENERAL INFORMATION 27 1, REPLY TO THE GATEWAY CALL 16 4 SERVICE 27 1. CALLSIGN DESIGNATION 16 4 SERVICE NOTE 27 1, CALLSIGN LIST 16 4 CLEANING 27 1. DIRECT REPLY 16 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 27 2, AUTO REPLY FUNCTION 16 5.
28 SPECIFICATIONS 28 1, RX HISTORY 16 5, TX MESSAGES 16 6. TX HISTORY 16 6, CALL WITHIN ZONE 16 6, SETTING THE ACCESS REPEATER FROM 16 7. SETTING THE ROUTE REPEATER ROUTE 16 7, SETTING THE DESTINATION TO 16 7. CHECKING THE CALLSIGN SETTING 16 8, DISPLAYING THE REPEATER DETAILS 16 9. FAST DATA COMMUNICATION 16 9, EMR COMMUNICATION 16 9.
RX AFC 16 10, FM AUTO DETECTION ON DV 16 10, DATA FRAME OUTPUT 16 10. BK BREAK CALL 16 10, CALLSIGN SQUELCH CODE SQUELCH 16 11. GPS DATA TX MODE 16 11, RX BREAK IN DISPLAY 16 12 Note. CALLSIGN ANNOUNCE 16 12 Display examples in this manual may not match the actual. STANDBY BEEP 16 13 operations, REPEATER SCAN 16 13. REPEATER SCAN LOCKOUT 16 13 INDEMNITIES, REPEATER LIST 16 14 JVC KENWOOD Corporation takes all appropriate.
17 USB 17 1 measures to ensure all descriptions in this manual. CONNECTING WITH A PC 17 1 are accurate however this manual may still contain. typographical errors typos and expressions that are. OPERATION SETTING 17 1, misleading JVC KENWOOD Corporation is entirely. SETTING USB AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL 17 1, free from any responsibilities arising from any losses or. 18 Bluetooth 18 1 damages caused by such typos or expressions. TURNING ON OFF THE Bluetooth FUNCTION 18 1, JVC KENWOOD Corporation has the right to change or. CONNECTING BY THE PAIRED DEVICE LIST 18 2 improve the product specifications etc described in this. CONNECTING TO A PC VIA Bluetooth 18 3 manual without prior notice JVC KENWOOD Corporation. 19 microSD MEMORY CARD 19 1 is entirely free from any responsibilities for any losses or. INSERTING REMOVING A microSD MEMORY CARD 19 1 damages caused by such changes and improvements. FORMATTING A microSD MEMORY CARD 19 2 JVC KENWOOD Corporation is entirely free from any. HOW TO USE A microSD MEMORY CARD 19 2 responsibilities for any failures damages or losses arising. LOADING MEMORY DATA 19 2 from or in connection with use of the transceiver with or. CLEARING THE SAVED FILE 19 3 connected to any external equipment. COMMUNICATION HISTORY QSO LOG 19 3 JVC KENWOOD Corporation does not warrant that the. DISPLAYING THE microSD MEMORY CARD INFORMATION 19 4 quality and functions described in this manual comply with. 20 RECORDING 20 1 your purpose of use and unless specifically described in. RECORDING AUDIO FILES 20 1 this manual JVC KENWOOD Corporation shall be free. OPERATION OF THE AUDIO FILE 20 1 from any responsibilities for any defects and indemnities. for any damages or losses Selection and installation. 21 FM RADIO 21 1 of any external equipment shall be done at your own. TURNING ON FM RADIO MODE 21 1 risk You are fully responsible for the use and effects of. EDITING THE FM RADIO MEMORY CHANNEL LIST 21 1 external equipment. 22 VOICE MESSAGE MEMORY 22 1 JVC KENWOOD Corporation shall be free from any. RECORDING VOICE MESSAGES 22 1 responsibilities for any incidental losses or damages such. SENDING VOICE MESSAGES 22 2 as missing communications or call opportunities caused. VOICE MESSAGE MEMORY NAMES 22 2 by a failure or performance error of the transceiver. CLEARING VOICE MESSAGES 22 3, TX MONITORING OF VOICE MESSAGE 22 3. 23 VOICE GUIDANCE 23 1 Firmware Copyrights, SETTING VOICE GUIDANCE MODE 23 1 The title to and ownership of copyrights for firmware embedded in.
KENWOOD product memories are reserved for JVC KENWOOD. 24 WEATHER ALERT TH D74A ONLY 24 1 Corporation, 2 BEFORE STARTING. We are grateful you decided to purchase this KENWOOD. Digital transceiver, The models listed below are covered by this manual. TH D74A 144 220 430MHz Tribander The Americas, TH D74E 144 430MHz Dual Bander Europe. This transceiver has the following main features, Includes a program for dealing with data formats. supported by Automatic Packet Reporting System, Compliant with voice digital mode D STAR digital amateur.
radio networks, Built in GPS receiver unit, Transflective color TFT Display. Weatherproof toughness meeting IP54 55 standards, Wide band and multi mode reception. Equipped with IF filter for comfortable reception SSB. High performance DSP based voice processing, Compliant with Bluetooth microSD Micro USB. Writing Conventions Followed in this Manual, The writing conventions described below have been followed. to simplify instructions and avoid unnecessary repetition. Instruction Action, Press KEY Momentarily press KEY.
Press and hold KEY for 1 second or, Press KEY 1s, Press KEY1 Press KEY1 momentarily release. KEY2 KEY1 then press KEY2, Press the F key to enter Function. Press F KEY mode then press KEY to access its, secondary function. With the transceiver power OFF, press and hold KEY while turning the. transceiver power ON, 3 PREPARATION, SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES To remove the battery pack lift the release lever to unlock the.
battery pack Lift the battery pack away from the transceiver. After carefully unpacking the transceiver identify the items. listed in the table below We recommend you keep the box. and packaging for shipping, Item Comments TH D74, Antenna 1 1. Li ion battery pack 1 1, Part Number, W0H 0033 XX, AC Voltages. 100 240 V 50 60 Hz Part Number 1 INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES. W0H 0034 XX, for the charger 1 To open the optional KBP 9 battery case lid press the. AC power cable 2 release lever on the top of the battery case then pull the. W0H 0034 XX cover up, Belt clip 1 1, Warranty card 1 1 b. English French, User Guide, Italian German, 2 Insert or remove six AAA LR03 Alkaline batteries.
INSTALLING THE ANTENNA When removing the Alkaline batteries from the battery. Hold the supplied antenna by its base then screw it into the case pull up on the batteries from the positive. connector on the top panel of the transceiver until secure terminal. Be sure to match the battery polarities with those. marked in the bottom of the battery case, 3 Align the two tabs at the bottom of battery case then. close the cover until the locking tabs on top click. 4 To install the battery case onto or remove it from the. transceiver follow INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK, Do not use Manganese batteries or Rechargeable batteries in. place of Alkaline batteries, Remove all batteries from the case when it is not expected to. be in use for several months, To lift the battery pack safety catch use a piece of hardened. plastic or metal such as a screwdriver that is no more than. INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK 6 mm wide and 1 mm thick It is imperative that you place the. implement under only the lip of the safety catch so that you do. not damage the release latch, Because the battery pack is provided uncharged you must.
charge the battery pack before using it with the transceiver. Match the guides of the battery pack with the corresponding. grooves on the upper rear of the transceiver then firmly press. the battery case to lock it in place, INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP. If desired you can install the supplied belt clip to the. transceiver, Attach the belt clip firmly using the two supplied M3 x 6 mm. binding screws, DC IN jack, 3 Plug the charger into an AC wall outlet. Charging starts and Charging appears on the display. Charging disappears when charging is completed, The backlight is ON when pressing any key while. Charging does not appear when charging with the, optional KSC 25LS.
4 It takes approximately 3 5 hours to charge an empty. KNB 75L Li ion battery pack After 3 5 hours remove the. Note charger plug from the transceiver DC IN jack, Be careful not to pinch your fingers into the belt clip. 5 Unplug the charger from the AC wall outlet, CAUTION Note. Never leave the battery pack in direct sunlight, Do not use glue which is designed to prevent screw The transceiver becomes warm while charging the battery pack. loosening when installing the belt clip as it may cause While the battery pack is charged the ambient temperature. damage to the transceiver Acrylic ester which is must be within 0 C 40 C 32 F 104 F Otherwise. contained in these glues may crack the transceiver s charging does not start If the transceiver senses that the. back panel temperature is more than 60 C 140 F during charging the. transceiver stops charging, Before recharging the battery pack use the battery pack until. the transceiver stops receiving, INSTALLING THE HAND STRAP Do not plug the charger into the DC IN jack for more than 24 hours.
Do not expose the charger to dripping or splashing conditions. If desired you can install the commercially available strap No objects filled with liquids such as vases shall be placed on. with sufficient strength using the holes of the transceiver the AC adapter or charger. Do not place the charger into the liquids, Unplug the charger as soon as possible after the charging. period is over, The charger plug for an AC wall outlet should be used to. disconnect an AC adapter from an AC outlet and the charger. plug must remain readily operable, After the battery pack is charged do not unplug and plug the. charger into the AC outlet again Unplugging the charger will. reset the charging timer and the battery pack will be charged. again This could result in over charging, When the battery is installed on the transceiver and you are. Note using an optional rapid battery charger do not charge the. If the strap is thick and does not pass through the holes install battery from the DC IN jack Charging the battery from the. Writing Conventions Followed in this Manual The writing conventions described below have been followed to simplify instructions and avoid unnecessary repetition Instruction Action Press KEY Momentarily press KEY Press KEY 1s Press and hold KEY for 1 second or longer Press KEY1 KEY2 Press KEY1 momentarily release KEY1 then

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