Kenwood TS-480SAT. HF/50Mhz All Mode Transciever
Key Features 100 Watt RF Output and Built-In ATU 16-Bit AF DSP and Equalization
Remote control (Kenwood Network Command System)
Using the ARHP-480 radio host program*, you can control the transceiver remotely over a LAN or via the Internet. The Kenwood Network Command System also enables VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) applications.
*When using this product for remote control of a transceiver using the Internet, you should ensure that you are familiar with and comply with the laws governing radio transmissions in the country where the transceiver is located.
To use ARHP-480 requires global IP; any questions regarding IP addresses should be directed to your provider.
A computer running Windows® 2000/XP and equipped with a microphone and speakers (or headphone) is required for VoIP.
TX/RX AF DSP: 16-bit AF digital signal processing offersl such powerful features as noise reduction, TX/RX equalizer, and AF filters.
Compact construction: As well as being designed for compactness,l both models are supplied with a convenient carrying bracket that’s perfect for any DX’pedition.
Separate LCD control panel with speaker: Sporting a largel amber LCD with backlit keys, the standalone control panel can positioned anywhere up to 4 metres from the main unit.
Continuous RX: 500kHz (VFO:l 30kHz) to 60MHz
TX: covers all Amateur bands 1.8MHz to 50MHz
Other features include a quad-mixer that provides RX dynamic range in the TS-950 class, PSK31 compatibility, packet cluster tune (with TM-D700E), PC-based control, and optional IF filters.
Tailor-made for DX’ing, the new TS-480HX HF transceiver raises the bar on portable performance. Despite its compact dimensions, it delivers an astonishing punch: 200W with a DC 13.8V supply.
Its separate control panel is perfect for base station use.
Sharing virtually all the same powerful features is the 100W TS-480SAT, except that it boasts a built-in antenna tuner. Whichever model you choose, you can be sure of enjoying the best of both worlds first-rate communications at home and on the trail.