Amateur VHF/UHF transceiver
Freely and separately selectable
display colors for TX/RX/Stand-by!
Frequency range: TX: 136-174 / 400-480 MHz
RX: 87.5-108 / 108-174 / 335-480 MHz
Mode: TX: FM/NFM
RF Power output: Hi: 50/35 W
Mid: 20/20 W
Lo: 5/5 W
Berat : 0
VHF/UHF full duplex operation includes V/U and U/V modes.
Cross-band repeater function (where permitted: standard on DR-635T)
200 Memory channels
H/M/L power output settings- VHF: 50/25/5W UHF: 35/20/5W
Large 6 character alphanumeric display
Selectable display color illumination (Blue, Violet or amber)
Internal duplexer – single antenna connector
Removable control head can be remotely mounted or allow transceiver to be inverted for optimal speaker placement
Expanded receive range includes FM broadcast band (WFM)
Power supply voltage display
Theft alarm feature
Optional 1200 and 9600 bps packet operation with optional EJ-50U
Digital voice communications with optional EJ-47U
Optional illuminated DTMF EMS-57 microphone (included with DR-635T) allows direct VFO frequency entry and remote control of transceiver
CTCSS & DCS encode and decode plus four different tone bursts
CTCSS Tone and DCS scan
Programmable VFO and Memory scan modes
“Time Out” timer
Cable Clone feature
AM Aircraft band reception (DR-635T only)
Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator
Ignition key activated power on/off feature
The Kenwood MC-60A has been a popular desk mic among Kenwood owners for many years. It has a communication type dynamic unidirectional moving coil type mic element. It features UP-DOWN tuning (on compatible Kenwood transceivers) plus a built-in pre-amp. There is a switch for PTT (push to talk) and also a lock feature. The mic impedance may be set for 50K ohms or 500 ohms. The frequency response is 150 Hz to 10 kHz (-6dB) with the Preamp off and 200 Hz to 7 kHz (-6 dB) with the Preamp on. The heavy zinc die-cast base provides extra stability. The mic terminates to a standard 8 pin mic plug. The preamp requires two AA cells which are mounted through the bottom of the base. Please note that on some later Kenwood models, such as the TS-2000, it is better to not to use the preamp function (leave switched 'off' and do not install AA cells). Please note that the earlier MC-60 (non-"A") version featured a 4 pin mic plug and did not have UP-DOWN tuning.
The optional Kenwood MJ-88 8 Pin to Modular Adapter will allow this mic to be used on such models as the TM-261A, TM-271A, TM-742, TMD-700A, TM-G707A, TM-V7A andTMV-708.
*High-quality Compressor Amp. built-in. Capable of sending our constant voice level regardless of voice, whispering, loud, etc. *Provided with High-sensitivity Electret Condenser Microphone. The Electret Condenser Microphone ensure the better voice quality. *Provided with FM/SSB Audio Quality Selector Switch. *Provided with Electronic Switches. *Usable with microphone cable equipped with power feeding line ( ”D” series cables). *Connectable with every transceiver available in the market by the conversion cables ( microphone interconnecting cables ) optionally available.