Kenwood TS-570D HF Transceiver
Manual / quick reference book / All power cables & PC control cable
Original Kenwood MC-47 Programmable hand mike
Very good condition , recently serviced, well looked after.
Some information on the radio :
• Covers 160-10 meters (160-6M on SG)
• Electronic Keyer
• Noise Reduction
• 100 Memories
• 5~100 Watts Output
• 16 Bit Digital Signal Processing
• CW Auto Tune
• Full and Semi Break-in
• 10 Hz Tuning
Digital Signal Processing technology is affordable to everyone with the TS-570D
This advanced design provides 16-bit DSP technology for superb audio, noise reduction, equalization and slope tuning. The result is dramatic interference reduction not available in analogue designs. The new NR1 noise reduction system is adjustable in 9 steps increments or can be assigned to track input signal strength automatically. Both the NR1 and NR2 settings now track when changing mode groups.
In SSB/AM/FM modes you can select a Hi/Low cut DSP slope tune using up to 441 possible combinations. In CW and FSK the DSP acts as VBT (Variable band Tuning) that alters the pass band width for rejection of nearby signals.
This radio covers the amateur bands from 160 through 10 meters and of course features a superior general coverage receiver. Power output can be set from 5 to 100 watts.
A pre set auto antenna tuner and electronic keyer are built in.
The menu system offers 46 types of functions for Technician thru Extra. Full and semi break-in, dedicated packet port and 57600 bps PC control. Keypad entry, 100 memories, IF shift, large LCD , Scanning and CW Auto Tune round out the many features of this transceiver. The MC-47 Programmable hand mike is included.
Suitable PSU and HF antenna’s are also available PM Me for info
Speak to Allister GM7RYR as he is the guru....i am still trying to get my head around it as well
Curtesy of Allister GM7RYR I'm loaded up and on! So much to get head round but plenty advice and help available. Musn't not forget HF and my CW though................................... Come in the waters luverley.
5 days ago
It is possible to erect a 6-ele log periodic with a 20ft boom on a tenement but the damn TV ants make you go QRP. ... See MoreSee Less
Listening to the Deef Auld Bugger net this morning on 80m which is a net of amateurs mainly all around south and central England.
It makes me wonder if some people switch off from learning about radio once they get a licence. They have been moaning recently about lack of propagation and that they have to transmit blindly without hearing anyone on their radio but listening on several European Web SDRs.
This morning, they can all hear each other on the radio and are commenting stuff like "Isn't it great to have propagation ?"
The fact that they have to listen on a distant Web SDR means that their signals are actually being propagated and today that they can hear each other means that they really are not.
And there it is, we're not hearing much from Johnny Foreigner !!!
Yes, they do switch off from learning.
It’s deeper than that. Go for a drive. 70% of drivers replace actual rules with the crap they think.
At work, I’m literally surrounded by people that thought IT peaked with Excel 2010 and everything after that is frippery.
It’s the human condition to resist change and to resist the new.
It makes it amusing for the rest of us. But also bloody irritating.
How can they switch off from learning. They have their licence therefore know it all....right?? 🤔😉 And they'd know more if it wasn't for bleddy foreigners getting in the way
Cambell have I any 40 fm boxes..a young lad is looking to come on air...