The Kenwood TS-850S is a competition class transceiver designed for the serious radio operator. Coverage is 160 through 10 meters including the WARC bands with 100 watts (40W AM). Digital Signal Processing (DSP) in both transmit and receive modes (with optional DSP-100 installed) provide greatly enhanced signal purity. Advanced digital technology provides superior dynamic range of 108 dB throughout the entire 100 kHz to 30 MHz range, one Hz step dual VFO's, CW full and semi break-in, superior interference reduction, keyer circuit, dual-noise blanker and 100 memory channels. Other features include: IF Notch, multifunction LCD display, keypad entry, all mode squelch and memory keyer. Requires 13.8 VDC at 20.5 amps. MC-43S hand mic included.
The Kenwood power supply for TS-850S
Correction does not include the coloured lead that sends power to the radio, (as shown in the pics), does include the lead that plugs into the mains.
seems to work ok.
HF 5-100 W (AM: 5-25 W). Spurious emissions: HF: Less than -50 dB. 2 2SC5125 HF power transistors. Voice Synthesizer Unit. 23 cm band unit, 10 W. External speaker. DC cable. DSP-compatible desk microphone.
TCXO module is already preset to 20.000 000MHz ( /-2Hz), so all you need to do is to fit it in your radio. If you have an accurate frequency counter you can double check the frequency and set it to exactly 20MHz as required, but this should not be necessary if you do not move a trim pot.
This Kenwood MC-60 is an 8 pin desk microphone and is part of the large collection of a silent key. Purchased from new, so only the one owner, and from a non-smoking environment. I have been assured by an amateur radio operator that it is in very good condition and works very well.
Featuring the SiRFstar III high-performance GPS receiver, Kenwood's TH-D72E dual-band transceiver is compatible with APRS data communications. Built-in SiRF Star III GPS with 5000-point logger function.