Cadillac 2009 STS Automobile User Manual

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800MHz/900MHz FM TRANSCEIVER
TK-480/481
SERVICE MANUAL
REVISED II
© 2001-3 PRINTED IN JAPAN
B51-8408-20 (N) 1015
This service manual applies to products with 30100001 or
subsequent serial numbers.
Whip antenna
(T90-0636-25) : TK-480
(T90-0640-25) : TK-481
CONTENTS
Knob (ENC)
(K29-5232-03)
Knob (VOL)
(K29-5231-03)
Panel assy
(A62-0981-04)
Badge
(B43-1139-04)
Knob (PTT)
(K29-5157-03)
Cabinet assy
(A02-3659-03) : K2
Packing
(G53-0841-02) : K2
Photo is TK-480/481 K2 type.
(Produced in Singapore)
GENERAL ............................................................ 2
SYSTEM SET-UP ................................................ 2
OPERATING FEATURES .................................... 3
REALIGNMENT ................................................. 11
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION .................................... 14
SEMICONDUCTOR DATA ................................ 20
DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS .................. 23
PARTS LIST ....................................................... 24
EXPLODED VIEW ............................................. 30
PACKING ........................................................... 31
ADJUSTMENT .................................................. 32
TERMINAL FUNCTION .................................... 40
PC BOARD VIEWS
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX) .................... 41
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) ......................... 47
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ................................... 53
BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................. 57
LEVEL DIAGRAM (TK-480) .............................. 59
LEVEL DIAGRAM (TK-481) .............................. 60
KNB-16A/17A (Ni-Cd BATTERY) ..................... 61
KPG-36 (PROGRAMMING INTERFACE CABLE) .... 61
KSC-19 (CHARGER) .......................................... 61
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................. 62
CAUTION
When using an external power connector,
please use with maximum final module protection of 9V.
TK-480/481
GENERAL / SYSTEM SET-UP
• SHUT OFF this equipment when near electrical blasting
caps or while in an explosive atmosphere.
• This equipment should be serviced by only qualified technicians.
INTRODUCTION
SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL
This manual is intended for use by experienced technicians familiar with similar types of commercial grade communications equipment. It contains all required service information for the equipment and is current as of this publication date. Changes which may occur after publication are
covered by either Service Bulletins or Manual Revisions,
which are issued as required.
SERVICE
This radio is designed for easy servicing. Refer to the
schematic diagrams, printed circuit board views, and alignment procedures contained within.
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
NOTE
When ordering replacement parts or equipment information, the full part identification number should be included.
This applies to all parts : components, kits, and chassis. If
the part number is not known, include the chassis or kit
number of which it is a part and a sufficient description of
the required component, for proper identification.
WE CANNOT guarantee oscillator stability when using
channel elements manufactured by companies other than
KENWOOD or its authorized agents.
You must use the KPG-49D to program TK-480/481 transceivers with a serial number of 30100001 or greater. You
cannot use the KPG-35D for those radios.
TK-480/481 transceivers with a serial number of
30100001 or greater have a red triangle in the KENWOOD
logo label (B43-1139-04) on the front panel. You will also
find the model name plate marked as “Ver 2.0” on the rear
of the transceiver.
PERSONNEL SAFETY
The following precautions are recommended for personnel safety :
• DO NOT transmit until all RF connectors are secure and
any open connectors are properly terminated.
Unit
Model &
destination
TK-480
TK-481
Note
TX-RX unit
X57-5630-XX
Display unit
X54-3210-XX
0-10
0-10
K
✓
K2
✓
0-11
✓
✓
K2
✓
Remarks
QT/DQT DTMF
Charger Battery
✓
✓
806~870MHz
IF1 : 44.85MHz
✓
✓
Option
✓
896~941MHz
IF1 : 44.85MHz
✓
✓
Option
✓
LOC : 44.395MHz
SYSTEM SET-UP
Frequency range (MHz) RF power
TX
806~825
2.5W
Merchandise received
License and frequency allocated by FCC
RX
TX
Choose the type of transceiver
RX
Transceiver programming
Are you using the speaker microphone?
Delivery
2
851~870
851~870
896~902
935~941
935~941
Type
TK-480 K,K2
TK-481 K,K2
A personal computer (IBM PC or compatible), programming
interface (KPG-36), and programming software (KPG-49D) are
required for programming.
(The frequency, trunked system features, conventional system
features, TX power HI/LOW, and signaling data are programmed
for the transceiver.)
YES
KMC-25
Speaker microphone
(Option)
–
✓
LOC : 44.395MHz
X57-5630-XX/X54-3210-XX : Produced in Singapore
NO
16 key
0-11
✓
K
Frequency range
–
✓
TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
Volume/Power switch
1. Operation Features
The TK-480/481 is an 800/900MHz band EFJ LTR™-compatible trunked radio designed to operate in both trunked
and conventional modes. The programmable features are
summarized.
Model
Trunking mode
Conventional mode
Transceiver Power and Volume switch. Turn clockwise to
switch On the transceiver. Turn counterclockwise fully to
switch OFF the transceiver. Also adjusts the volume
level. When the power is switched off, all the parameters, such as the system and group, are stored in
memory. When the power is switched on again, the system returns to the previous conditions.
Auxiliary (orange) key (Programmable)
This model can handle up to 32 systems with up to 250
groups in each system. The transceiver can be used in both
trunked mode and conventional mode. Systems, groups,
and their functions are programmed.
Battery pack release catch
Push down to release the battery pack. See Installing the
Ni-Cd Battery Pack.
MONITOR key* (Programmable)
2. Transceiver Controls and Indicators
PTT (Push-To-Talk) key
2-1. Physical Layout
Microphone
1
2
3
Speaker
LAMP key* (Programmable)
9
6
12
7
4
Press this key, then speak into the microphone to call a
station.
8
10
5
TX/BATT indicator
This red LED lights during transmission (it does not light
during busy or when transmit is prohibited). If the battery
voltage falls below the programmed voltage during transmission, the brightness of this indicator decreases at intervals of about one second, so it can be used as the battery voltage alert function.
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S, A,
Note : The transceiver is also available without the DTMF
keypad ( ).
2-2. Panel controls
The key on the top and front panel is momentary-type
push buttons. The functions of these keys and knob are explained below.
Antenna connector
Connect the supplied antenna here.
System or Group selector knob (Programmable)
Turning the system (or group) selector knob clockwise
increases the system (or group) number by one. Turning
the knob in the counterclockwise direction decreases the
system (or group) number by one.
After the system number (or group number) reaches the
highest system number (or group number), it goes back
to lowest system number (or group number).
System numbers (or group numbers) not set are skipped.
Caution : The FPU (KPG-49D) allows selecting between
system selector and group selector.
B, and C
key (Programmable)
DTMF keypad (keypad model only)
Press the keys on the telephone keypad to send DTMF
tones.
Universal connector
Connect the external KMC-25 speaker/ microphone (optional) here. Otherwise, keep the supplied cover in place.
* : MONITOR and LAMP are arbitrary names chosen for
these buttons. They can be used for any of the auxiliary
functions.
2-3. Programmable keys
The FPU (KPG-49D) enables programmable keys to select the following functions.
Auto Tel, AUX(only when Voice Scrambler is not selected), DTMF ID (BOT), DTMF ID (EOT), Display Character,
Emergency (only AUX key), Function, Group Down, Group
Up, Home Group, Key Lock, Lamp, Memory (RCL/STO),
Memory (RCL), Memory (STO), Monitor A, Monitor B, Monitor C, Monitor D, Redial, RF Power Lo, Scan, Scan Del/Add,
Scan Temporary Delete, Scrambler (Only when Voice
Scrambler is selected), SP Attenuation (Only MIC switch),
System Down, System Up, TEL Disconnect and none.
These functions the FPU programs to the function keys
are described in the following sections.
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TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
■ Auto TEL
■ Key lock
Automatically connects available repeaters that are connected to telephone circuits when operating as LTR system.
The time allocated to search for available repeaters is 60
seconds, after which connection failure occurs, a DTMF
tone is output and the function terminates.
If connection to an available circuit is made, only ID 253,
EOT or hang-up time-out can terminate the function.
Pressing this key causes the transceiver to accept entry
of only the [Function], [Key Lock], [PTT], [Lamp], [Monitor A],
[Monitor B], [Monitor C], [Monitor D], and [Emergency] keys.
The locked keys also include the tuning control.
■ AUX
This key illuminates the LCD and keys on the front panel.
When the key is pressed, the LED lamp goes on.
When it is released, the lamp goes off after about five
seconds. If any key is pressed while the LED lamp is on, the
lamp is kept on for five seconds.
This function can be programmed when the voice scrambler board is not installed.
If this key is pressed, an underscore (“_”) appears at the
extreme right of the LCD and AUX port which is inside of the
transceiver turns to the active level. If pressed again, the
underscore disappears and the AUX ports turns to the
deactive level.
■ Memory
■ DTMF ID (BOT)
■ Monitor
Pressing this key in Conventional mode, automatically
sends the preset Connect ID.
Used to release signalling or squelch when operating as a
conventional. It is also used to reset option signalling.
■ DTMF ID (EOT)
■ Redial
Pressing this key in Conventional mode, automatically
sends the preset Disconnect ID.
Pressing this key when System/Group is shown, displays
the previously transmitted DTMF code. Pressing [PTT] at
this time, transmits the code that is currently displayed.
■ Display character
This key switches the LCD display between the system/
group number and system/group name.
■ Emergency
Pressing this key for longer than the programmed “Emergency Key Delay Time” causes the transceiver to enter the
emergency mode. The transceiver jumps to the programmed “Emergency System/Group” and transmits for
the programmed “Active Time”.
The transceiver disables mic mute while transmitting.
After finishing transmission, the transceiver receivers for
the programmed “Interval Time”. The transceiver mutes
the speaker while receiving. Following the above sequence,
the transceiver continues to transmit and receive.
If “Man Down Switch” has been programmed on the radio and the switch is activated, the radio enters Emergency
mode after the specified “Man Down Delay Time” expires.
■ Function
Pressing this key causes the transceiver to display
“FCN”. Then, pressing a DTMF key causes the corresponding programmed function to start. This key may be convenient when using many functions with the 12-key keypad
(K2 type).
■ Group up/down
When the key is pressed each time, the group number to
be selected is incremented/decremented and repeats if held
for one second or longer.
■ Home group
Each pressing of the key selects a preset system/group.
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■ Lamp
This key allows DTMF memory data to be recalled; up to
32 memories each with a memory dial of up to 16 digits and
an A/N of up to 10 digits per memory.
■ RF power low
Used to temporarily switch transmission output to low
power. Turning the function on enables:
Hi→Low, Low→Low
Key states are backed up, except in the PC mode when
they are reset.
■ Scan
Press this key starts scanning. Pressing this key stops
scanning.
■ Scan Del/Add
Used to select whether system scan routines are used
during system scan. Each pressing of the key (to ON)
toggles between lockout and lock. The scan routine is
started when on lock. The DEL indicator flashes when the
system is on lockout.
■ Scan temporary delete
This key is temporarily deleted a system being scanned.
If you press this key when scan is stopped (when a call is
being received from another station), the system is temporarily deleted and scanning restarts.
This key operates even when “Scan Type” is set to “List
Type System Scan”.
■ Scrambler
If a scrambler code (1 to 4) has been set in the FPU, an
underscore (“_”) appears at the extreme right of the LCD
display when scrambler is active. Pressing this key changes
ON/OFF of scramble operation.
Holding this key down for 2 seconds sets Scramble Code
Select Mode.
TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
■ System up/down
When the key is pressed each time, the system number
to be selected is incremented/decremented and repeats if
held for one second or longer.
■ Telephone disconnect
Pressing this key ends an RIC connection (disconnects
the telephone line).
■ None
Sounds error operation beep, and no action will occur.
Use this function when the transceiver is required to be
more simple operated.
2-4. Display
P
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Alphanumeric display
The twelve-character dot matrix alphanumeric display
shows the system and group numbers. You can program
system and group names with up to ten characters in
place of these numbers. The left display is used as a delete indicator ( ) and the right is used for the selective
call ( ) or scrambler ( _ ) function. The delete/add indicator shows the systems locked out of the scanning sequence. Selective call and scrambler are optional functions that can be programmed.
3. Scan Operating
3-1. System scan
System scan can be selected with the “Scan” key by programming the scan feature. When the “Scan” key is
pressed and the “SCN”’ mark appears, scan mode in entered. Scanning starts from the system following the currently displayed system. When a call is received, scanning
stops, and the system and group are displayed.
When the system knob or programming key is touched
during scanning, the scan stops and the revert system or
group can be changed. Scanning resumes one second after
the key is released.
System scan consists of the following 2 types.
■ Fix system scan
Sub display
Displays the system, channel and group numbers. Also
displays various functions, such as TA.
All the set systems except locked-out ones are scanned.
If the DEL/ADD feature is assigned to the programmable
key, it can be controlled from the front panel.
P (Priority) indicator
■ List type system scan
The P indicator ( ) appears when a selected channel is
programmed as priority, in conventional operation.
A scan list can be set for each system.
The list to be scanned can be changed by changing the
display system.
If many system have been set, the scan speed can be
increased by narrowing the systems to be scanned with
scan lists.
MON (Monitor) indicator
The MON indicator appears when the button programmed as MONITOR is pressed.
SVC (Service) indicator
This icon is not used on this transceiver.
3-2. System lockout
The system lockout feature is used to lock systems out
of the scan sequence, and can be selected by programming
in the following two ways:
SCN (Scan) indicator
The SCN indicator appears when using Scan mode.
LO indicator
Appears when low power is selected.
Handset indicator
The handset indicator ( ) appears when the selected
group is programmed as telephone IDs.
MAIL indicator
Flashes when a status message (FleetSync™) is received. Lights when a status message is stored in the
stack memory.
■ Fixed lockout
The system to be locked out is selected by programming.
When a locked system is selected, the Delete ( ) indicator
appears on the left of the SYSTEM indicator. The revert system is scanned even if it is locked out. If there is a locked
system, the Delete ( ) indicator flashes during fixed scanning.
■ User selectable lockout
If the scan lockout feature is programmed to a key, the
user can lock systems out of the scan sequence with the
key. To lock a system out of the scan sequence, press the
key when the system is displayed. The Delete ( ) indicator
is displayed on the left of the SYSTEM indicator.
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TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
To unlock a system, select the system and press the key.
The Delete ( ) indicator disappears to indicate that the system has returned to the scan sequence. The revert system
is scanned even if it is locked out. If there a locked system,
the Delete ( ) indicator flashes during fixed scanning. If all
systems are locked out, the scan stops and only the revert
system is received.
3-3. Drop-out delay time (Scan resume time)
If a call is received during scan, the scan stops. The scan
resume time can be programmed as 0 to 300 seconds in
one-second increments. The default value is 3 seconds.
3-7. Group scan operation
Group scan can be programmed for each group. In addition to the ID codes of the selected group, the ID codes of
the other groups that are permitted for group scan are decoded. (The two fixed ID and block decode codes are always
decoded.)
If, during group scanning, a call is received with one of
the selectable group ID codes for which group scan is enabled, the group display indicates the group number that the
call came in with. That group then becomes the new selected group. Group scan resumes after the specified dropout delay time or dwell time shared by the system scan
elapses.
3-4. Dwell time
The dwell time is the time after transmission ends until
the scan resumes in scan mode. It can be set 0 to 300 seconds by programming. The default value is 3 seconds.
3-5. System/Group revert
System/Group revert can be programmed for one of the
following;
■ Last called revert
The system or group changes to the revert system or
group when a call is received with the system or group being scanned.
■ Last used revert
If a system/group call is received during scanning and the
PTT button is pressed for transmission and response within
the drop out delay time, the system or group is assigned as
the new revert system or group.
■ Selected revert
If the system/group was changed while scanning, the
newly selected system/group.
■ Selected + Talkback
If the system/group was changed while scanning, the
newly selected system/group. The transceiver “talks back”
on the current receive group.
3-6. Scan message wait
The time for staying with the home repeater that receives a signal during system scan and monitoring data
messages can be programmed. If there is no signal from the
home repeater, the system is scanned for about 50ms. If
there is a signal, three data messages are monitored. Normally, three data messages are monitored for each system,
and it can be increased in multiples of three data messages
per line to up to eight lines.
If the repeater data message indicates that there is no
call, data monitoring is terminated and the home repeater of
the next system is scanned.
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3-8. In Conventional system.
If QT or DQT is set for the channel, the channels, including signalling, are scanned.
In case of the priority group is set in conventional system, if a group scan (including group scan during a system
scan) temporarily stops (receiving) in a group that does not
have priority, a look back is performed to the priority group.
Look back is performed according to the look back time A
and B settings. If a call is received on the priority group, reception immediately switches to the priority group.
4. Details of Features
4-1. Time-out timer
The time-out timer can be programmed in 15 seconds
increments from 15 seconds to ten minutes. If the transmitter is keyed continuously for longer than the programmed
time, the transmitter is disabled and a warning tone sounds
while the PTT button is held down. The alert tone stops
when the PTT button is released.
4-2. Sub LCD
You can use 3-digit the display to display the system
number, channel number or group number. It is useful when
the main (12-digit) display indicates system, group or channel name or other functions.
4-3. Selective Call Alert LED
You can select whether or not the LED on the transceiver
flashes in an orange color when selective call was occurred.
4-4. PTT ID
PTT ID provides a DTMF ANI or MSK ID to be sent with
every time PTT (connect ID at beginning of transmission,
disconnect ID at end of transmission, or both).
You can program PTT ID “on” or “off” for each group
channel (DTMF). The contents of ID are programmed for
each transceiver.
The transceiver is capable to have ID. The format is
DTMF. The timing that the transceiver sends ID is programmable.
BOT : Connect ID is sent on beginning of transmission.
EOT : Disconnect ID is sent on end of transmission.
Both : Connect ID is sent on beginning of transmission
and disconnect ID is sent on end of transmission.
There is also “PTT ID” setting for each channel.
TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
4-5. Radio password
When the password is set in the transceiver, user can not
use the transceiver unless enter the correct password.
This code can be up to 6 digits from 0 to 9 and input with
the keypad or selector, and “S” key.
If there is no system to be accessed, an intercept tone
sounds, the mode is terminated, and the transceiver returns
to the first system. If the access is successful, the mode is
terminated, and the searched system becomes the new selected system (If during scanning, the scan stops).
4-6. Battery Warning
4-11. Transpond
This transceiver has battery warning feature. If the low
voltage is detected during transmission, the transceiver
warns it by flashing red “LED”.
Then more low voltage is detected during transmission,
the transceiver stops transmission and warns it by flashing
red “LED” and beep.
Please notice “standard” for the battery exchange,
charging time by flashing red LED and beep.
This feature can be programmed to turn on and off for
each group. If the ID of the group for which transpond is
enabled is received, two data messages (transmit ID and
turn-off code) are automatically transmitted if the PTT button is not pressed as a response within the time set (0 to
300 seconds in 1-second increments). If the PTT button is
pressed within the time, the transpond is not preformed.
4-12. Transmit inhibit
4-7. Minimum Volume
The minimum volume is programmable (off (0) to 31).
The transceiver remains the minimum volume level however the mechanical volume position is set to zero.
4-8. Call indicator
The call indicator can be programmed for each group. In
trunked system, it can be set to respond to a selectable decode ID or one of two fixed IDs, except block IDs. When a
call is received with a selectable decode ID, the call indicator
flashes. When a call is received with a fixed ID, the call indicator lights continuously.
On a conventional system, the call indicator can be programmed to light for each QT or DQT code. It keeps flashing
while a call is being received. It is turned off by pressing any
front panel key.
4-9. Free system ringback
This feature is available only when a telephone interconnected ID code is selected. If a busy tone sounds when the
PTT button is pressed, the transceiver enters this mode automatically.
When the PTT button is released, a beep sounds for
400ms to indicate that the mode has been entered. If the
scan is on, it is resumed (the “SCN” mark goes on). When
any repeater becomes available, a ringing tone sounds and
this mode ends.
The mode is terminated when the system, group, scan,
PTT, key is changed.
4-10. System search
This feature can be programmed to automatically access
other programmed systems when the selected system cannot be accessed. If an intercept tone sounds when the PTT
button is pressed after setting the mode, the transceiver
has entered the mode.
If the group ID is a telephone interconnect ID, the transceiver then attempts to access, in succession, other systems that have a telephone interconnect ID in the revert
group location. If the group ID is a dispatch ID, the transceiver attempts to access other systems that have a dispatch ID programmed in the revert group location.
The transceiver can be programmed with a transmit inhibit block of ID codes. If an ID code within this block is decoded the preset time before the PTT button is pressed,
transmission is inhibited. The BUSY indicator lights and a
busy tone sounds until the PTT button is released to indicate
that transmission is not possible (except clear-to talk mode).
Transmission with the group for which the encode ID is
not set is inhibited, and the busy tone is output while the
PTT button is held down, regardless of the clear-to -talk setting.
4-13. Auto TEL
A telephone interconnect call can be made by simply
pressing the key by assigning this feature to the key. This
feature accesses the TEL channel of the available system
automatically.
When the key is pressed, a queue tone is output, and the
“AUTO TEL” appears on the alphanumeric display along
with a flashing handset indicator ( ) to indicate that this
mode has been entered. If the TEL ID is set for the revert
system, the TEL channel of that system is accessed. If all
TEL channels are busy, an attempt is made to access the
TEL channels of another system in which the TEL ID code
has been programmed. It is repeated for 60 seconds until
the access succeeds. If the access succeeds, a dial tone
returns from the repeater. If the key is pressed again when
the queue tone is sounding, this mode is canceled.
If the access fails after 60 seconds, a deny tone is output
and this mode is terminated. When the talk ends, the revert
system/group returns. When the scan mode is effective, the
scan resumes. The Auto TEL feature can be programmed to
turn on or off for each system.
■ ARQ mode
If affects Trunking mode only. Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ) mode is a manner to minimize the air traffic of
data communication. Also, it enables to occupy the trunking
repeater channel for the data communication period.
■ Data TX with QT/DQT
Whether programmed QT/DQT is modulated or not with
a data transmission except for Selcall. A radio unit can receive a data message regardless of QT/DQT if the receiving
unit is not scanning.
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OPERATING FEATURES
5. Option Signalling
5-1. DTMF
Built-in DTMF decoder is available for option signalling.
It is possible to use individual call, group call, D.B.D.
(Dead Beat Disable). D.B.D. is used with DTMF only.
If the option signalling matches, a predetermined action
will occur.
If option signalling matches on a group which is set up
with option signalling, the option signalling indicator ( ) will
flash and option signalling will be released. The transpond
or alert tone will sound.
If the selective call alert LED is set up, the orange LED
will flash.
While option signalling matches (or if option signalling is
deactivated when you are transmitting), you can mute or
unmute ID/QT/DQT/Carrier.
■ AND/OR
You can select AND or OR for option signalling match
conditions.
Alert/Transpond
AND
QT/DQT/ID+DTMF; Option matches = Action
OR
QT/DQT/ID+DTMF; Option matches = Action
AF mute open
AND
QT/DQT/ID+DTMF; Option matches = Action
OR
QT/DQT/ID; Signalling only matches = Action
With OR set up, alert/transpond will not function with
only DTMF.
With OR set up, AF mute will not release when only
DTMF matches.
With a conventional group not set up with QT or DQT,
only the carrier is considered when signalling matches.
■ Auto Reset
If option signalling matches a group set up with option
signalling, option signalling is released. After matching option signalling, option signalling will temporarily reset automatically.
■ Dead Beat Disable
If the D.B.D. code matches, a predetermined action will
occur. Whether option signalling is activated or not, when
D.B.D. matches on any group, the transceiver will become
TX inhibited or TX/RX inhibited. While D.B.D. is active, if the
D.B.D. code + “#” code is received, D.B.D. will disactivate.
When D.B.D. matches, transpond will function. Alert will
not be output, and option signalling match icon will not appear.
5-2. MSK
Built-in MSK (FleetSync™ : Fleet-ID) decoder is available
for option signalling. When the group ID matches, squelch
remains muted while the station waits for reception of
proper MSK signal. When MSK signal matches, squelch
unmutes.
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■ AND/OR
AND : QT/DQT/ID + MSK to unmute. MSK matches =
alert tone
OR : QT/DQT/ID to unmute. MSK matches = alert tone
6. Alphanumeric Two-way Paging Function
(FleetSync™)
6-1. General
The Alphanumeric Two-way Paging Function
(FleetSync™) is a Kenwood proprietary protocol. It enables
a variety of paging functions.
6-2. ID Construction
A radio unit ID is defined by a combination of 3-digit Fleet
and 4-digit ID numbers. Each radio unit must be assigned its
own Fleet and ID numbers.
6-3. PTT ID
A pre-programmed unique ID (Own) can be sent at the
beginning of transmission and/or the end of transmission to
identify which radio unit is on air.
When selecting (Sel) for MSK ID, the radio calls the specific Fleet user the same as selective call.
6-4. Selective Call (SELCALL)
This is a voice call to a particular individual or group of
stations.
■ Example of call types;
[100][ALL ] : <Group Call>
All the units whose fleet number is “100” are called.
[100][1000] : <Individual Call>
The unit, whose the fleet number is “100” and ID number is “1000”, is called.
[ALL][ALL ] : <Broadcast Call>
All the units are called.
[ALL][1000] : <Supervisor Call>
All ID “1000” are called regardless of their fleet number.
■ Unit ID Encode Block
Encode ID Block can be set to limit manual dial ID. The
radio unit will not accept an ID other than these IDs which
are entered from the keypad. If Inter-fleet Call is enabled,
block ID setting affects each fleet group.
6-5. Status Message
Using a 2-digit number, you can send and receive a Status message which may be decided in your talk group. Each
Status may be displayed with 16 alphanumeric characters if
programmed in the radio. A maximum of 9 received messages can be stored in the stack memory, and it can be reviewed after reception. If the message memory becomes
full, the oldest one will be erased. The stack memory will be
cleared by turning radio power off.
TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES
■ Status 80~99 (Special)
■ FleetSync™ Baud Rate
Status numbers from 80 to 99 are reserved for special
purposes. Entering these statuses from the DTMF keypad
can be inhibited.
Please notice that the following status numbers are used
for special purposes;
MSK data baud rate setting. The same rate must be set
as a communication partner.
1200bps :
Data communication is made in 1200bps. The communication area is much wider than 2400bps. Recommended
for repeater operation.
2400bps :
Data communication is made in 2400bps. The communication area is narrower than 1200bps, but it will decrease
the data traffic. Data rate 2400bps may not work properly depending on the repeater’s characteristic.
80~87 : Reserved for future use.
88 : Terminates to emergency mode.
89 : Request for hornalert (For Mobile).
90 : Remote stun on. Disable the received radio unit’s
TX.
91 : Remote stun on. Disable the received radio unit’s
TX/RX.
92 : Cancel remote stun. Enable the received radio unit’s
TX/RX.
93 : Acknowledgement status sent when the radio unit is
in stun mode (TX disabled).
94 : Acknowledgement status sent when the radio unit is
in stun mode (TX/RX disabled).
95~97 : Reserved for future use.
98 : Man Down Emergency status.
99 : Emergency Status.
■ Message Mode Timer
Message Mode Timer is a delay timer returning from
message/stack mode to Normal mode.
■ Status/Short/Long Message on Data Group
Status/Short/Long Message transmission is made
whether on the Data System/Group.
■ Status/Short/Unit ID Message Serial Output
(Option)
Note : Remote stun works with DTMF D.B.D. function also.
Whether a received Status/Short message or PTT ID is
output or not from serial port.
■ Automatic Status Response
■ Call Alert (Continuous)
If you pre-select a status number and leave the radio in
the Status Mode, it can automatically respond with the selected status number upon request from the base station.
(The request function is initiated by serial control on the
base station (Optional).)
6-6. Short Message (Optional)
A maximum of 48 characters can be sent (External equipment is required). Received Short Messages will be displayed in the same manner as a Status Message. A maximum of 4 received messages can be stored in the stack
memory. In the Stack Mode, 3-digit LCD indicates the received Short Message as “M01”~”M04".
6-7. Long Message (Optional)
A maximum of 1024 characters can be sent (External
equipment is required). Received Long Message will not be
displayed or stacked in the radio memory but is output
through the COM (Data) port.
6-8. Emergency Function
Emergency status 99 will be sent at the beginning of
each emergency transmission.
■ Emergency Status response
“Alert” can be selected for the called radio unit’s response to reception of status 99 which is used as an emergency status.
6-9. Other Functions
■ Manual Dial
The radio can provide the alert tone repeatedly until next
operation.
■ PTT ID Sidetone
This function allows a single beep sound after the PTT ID
(MSK) for FleetSync singalling is encoded.
■ Caller ID Stack
The radio stores the last 3 received caller IDs to volatile
memory.
■ Caller ID Display
PTT ID is displayed on LCD.
6-10. Parameters
■ GTC Count
Number of Go To data Channel messages to be sent before transmitting a data message if it is being made on Data
System/ Group. If a radio unit receives a GTC message, it
will move to the Data System/Group of the current system.
Increase this item to make sure the called radio unit moves
to the Data System/Group.
■ Random Access (Contention)
When a channel (or all the repeater channels for Trunking
mode) is busy, radio unit will not transmit (depending on its
Busy Channel Lockout setting in conventional mode). As
soon as a channel is cleared, some transmissions may
crash. Random access is used to avoid this by employing a
random transmission sequence.
Fleet, ID and Status numbers can be entered from DTMF
keypad. (DTMF microphopne is required.)
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OPERATING FEATURES
■ Number of Retries
7-4. DBD Off Tone
Number of Retries is the maximum number of retry
transmission when no acknowledgement is received in the
Maximum ACK Wait Time. Increase this item to improve
data communication reliability.
When a D.B.D. release code is received, transpond tone
sounds.
7-5. Password Agreement Tone
■ TX Busy Wait Time
When the correct password is entered, the tone sounds.
The optional feature's control tone can be set to yes or no.
TX Busy Wait Time is the maximum amount of time before giving up the data transmission when the channel (or all
the repeater channels for Trunking mode) is busy. Also, this
timer affects if it expires during Random Access period.
When you release the PTT switch, the PTT release tone
sounds.
■ Maximum ACK Wait Time
7-7. Busy Tone
Maximum ACK Wait Time is the maximum amount of
time to wait for an acknowledgement from the called radio
unit. It is used as an interval time of retries. It must be set
greater than the ACK Delay Time of the called radio unit.
Sounds in LTR mode, when you cannot use a repeater
(system busy or TX inhibit). Sounds in conventional mode,
when busy channel lockout is functioning. You can select
yes or no for the optional feature's warning tone.
■ ACK Delay Time
7-8. Group Call Tone
ACK Delay Time is the amount of time from the end of
receiving a data to the beginning of sending an
acknowledgement. It should be adjusted as the repeater’s
hang-up delay time. Also, it must be set less than the Maximum ACK Wait Time of the calling radio unit.
Sounds when a group call with the correct DTMF option
signalling is received, repeats 7 times. You can select yes or
no for the optional feature's warning tone.
■ TX Delay Time (RX Capture)
TX Delay Time is the amount of unmodulated transmission to let the called unit stop scanning or exit its battery
save mode. It is used only when starting a data communication sequence.
■ Data TX Modulation Delay Time
Data TX Modulation Delay Time is the amount of time
from the beginning of transmission to the beginning of a
data modulation. It is used every time data is transmitted.
It must be set to more than 300ms if data communication is
made in Trunking Mode.
7. Audible User Feedback Tones
The transceiver outputs various combinations of tones to
notify the user of the transceiver operating state. The main
tones are listed below.
The high tone is 1477Hz, the mid tone is 941Hz, and the
low tone is 770Hz.
7-1. Power On Tone
This tone is output when the transceiver is turned on.
(The high tone is output for 500ms.)
7-2. Alert Tone
This tone is output when the transceiver is TX inhibition
for TOT and PLL unlocked. It is output until the PTT button
is released. (The 697Hz tone is output.)
7-3. DBD On Tone
When a D.B.D. code is received, transpond tone sounds.
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7-6. PTT Release Tone
7-9. Individual Call Tone
Sounds when an individual call with the correct DTMF
option signalling is received. You can select yes or no for
the optional feature's warning tone.
7-10. Key Press Tone [A]
Sounds when a key is pressed. For toggle keys, sounds
when toggle function is turned on (key press tone [B]
sounds when it is turned off). You can select yes or no for
the optional feature's control tone.
7-11. Key Press Tone [B]
Sounds when a key is pressed. For toggle keys, sounds
when the toggle function is turned off (key press tone [A]
sounds when it is turned on). You can select yes or no for
the optional feature's control tone.
7-12. Key Press Tone [C]
Sounds when a key is pressed. Also sounds when storing data, adding a DTMF code to memory, and when changing test mode settings. You can select yes or no for the
optional feature's control tone.
7-13. Key Input Error Tone
Sounds when a key is pressed but that key cannot be
used. You can select yes or no for the optional feature's
warning tone.
7-14. Roll Over Tone
Sounds at the smallest system/group. You can select
yes or no for the optional feature's control tone.
7-15. Transpond Tone
Sounds when an individual call with the correct LTR/
DTMF option signalling is received. For group calls, only the
group tone will sound, not the transpond tone.
TK-480/481
OPERATING FEATURES / REALIGNMENT
7-16. Intercept Tone
This tone indicates that the transceiver is out of range. It
indicates that the PTT button is pressed, and transmission
has started, but the repeater cannot be connected and talking is not possible. It is output until the PTT button is released. (The mid tone and low tone are output alternately in
200ms intervals.)
7-17. Delay Tone
This tone is output when the PTT button is pressed and
the repeater is accessed three times or more to indicate
connection with the repeater is delayed. This tone is the
same as the busy tone. (It is not output of clear to talk has
been set to yes.)
7-18. Proceed Tone
This tone is output when the PTT button is pressed,
transmission starts, and the repeater is connected to indicate that the user can talk if the clear to talk function has
been set. (The high tone is output for 100ms.)
7-19. Queue Tone
This tone is output until the auto TEL function is set and
the TEL channel is accepted successfully. (The mid tone on
for 50ms, off for 50ms, and on for 50ms in 1 second intervals.)
REALIGNMENT
1. Modes
User mode
Panel test mode
Panel tuning mode
PC mode
Data programming mode
Firmware programming mode
PC test mode
PC tuning mode
Clone mode
Mode
Function
User mode
For normal use.
Panel test mode
Used by the dealer to check the fundamental characteristics.
Panel tuning mode
Used by the dealer to tune the radio.
PC mode
Used for communication between the
radio and PC (IBM compatible).
Data program-
Used to read and write frequency data
ming mode
and other features to and from the radio.
PC test mode
Used to check the radio using the PC.
7-20. Deny Tone
This feature is included in the FPU.
This tone is output if the auto TEL function is set, the
queue tone is output, but the TEL channel cannot be accessed within 60 seconds. It is similar to the intercept tone.
(The mid tone and low tone are output alternately in 150ms
intervals.)
See panel tuning.
Firmware program-
Used when changing the main program
ming mode
of the flash memory.
Clone mode
Used to transfer programming data from
one radio to another.
7-21. Free System Ringback Mode Tone, System
Search Mode Tone
This tone indicates that the transceiver is free system
ringback mode or system search mode. (The mid tone is
output for 400ms.)
7-22. Ringing Tone
This tone indicates that the transceiver can use the repeater in free system ringback mode. (The mid tone and no
tone are output eight cycles alternately in 50ms intervals.)
7-23. System Search Tone
Sounds when the system changes during system search.
You can select yes or no for the optional feature's warning
tone.
7-24. System Search End Tone
Sounds when a possible connection to a repeater in system search is not mode. You can select yes or no for the
optional feature’s warning tone.
2. How to Enter Each Mode
Mode
Operation
User mode
Power ON
Panel test mode
[A]+Power ON (Two seconds)
PC mode
Received commands from PC
Panel tuning mode
[Panel test mode]+[S]
Firmware programming mode
[S]+Power ON (Two seconds)
Clone mode
[C]+Power ON (Two seconds)
3. Panel Test Mode
Setting method refer to ADJUSTMENT.
4. Panel Tuning Mode
Setting method refer to ADJUSTMENT.
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REALIGNMENT
5. PC Mode
IBM-PC
5-1. Preface
The TK-480/481 transceiver is programmed by using a
personal computer, programming interface (KPG-36) and
programming software (KPG-49D).
The programming software can be used with an IBM PC
or compatible. Figure 1 shows the setup of an IBM PC for
programming.
KPG-36
5-2. Connection procedure
1. Connect the TK-480/481 to the personal computer with
the interface cable.
2. When the POWER switch on, user mode can be entered
immediately. When PC sends command the radio enter
PC mode, and “PROGRAM” is displayed on the LCD.
When data transmitting from transceiver, the red LED is
blinking.
When data receiving to transceiver, the green LED is
blinking.
Notes:
• The data stored in the personal computer must match
model type, when it is written into the flash memory.
• Change the TK-480/481 to PC mode, then attach the interface cable.
5-3. KPG-36 description
(PC programming interface cable: Option)
The KPG-36 is required to interface the TK-480/481 to the
computer. It has a circuit in its D-subconnector (25-pin) case
that converts the RS-232C logic level to the TTL level.
The KPG-36 connects the universal connector of the TK480/481 to the computers RS-232C serial port.
5-4. Programming software description
The KPG-49D programming disk is supplied in 3-1/2" disk
format. The software on this disk allows a user to program
TK-480/481 radios via programming interface cable (KPG36).
5-5. Programming with IBM PC
If data is transferred to the transceiver from an IBM PC
with the KPG-49D, the destination data (basic radio information) for each set can be modified. Normally, it is not necessary to modify the destination data because their values are
determined automatically when the frequency range (frequency type) is set.
The values should be modified only if necessary. Data
can be programmed into the flash memory in RS-232C format via the universal connector.
KPG-49D instruction manual parts No. : B62-1096-XX
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KPG-49D
Fig. 1
6. Firmware Programming Mode
6-1. Preface
Flash memory is mounted on the TK-480/481. This allows
the TK-480/481 to be upgraded when new features are released in the future. (For details on how to obtain the firmware, contact Customer Service.)
6-2. Connection procedure
Connect the TK-480/481 to the personal computer (IBM
PC or compatible) with the interface cable (KPG-36). (Connection is the same as in the PC Mode.)
6-3. Programming
1. Start up the programming software (KPG-49D), select
“firmware program” in the “Program” item, and press
the Return key on the personal computer. This starts up
the firmware programmer.
2. The top screen is displayed. Press any key to advance to
the next screen.
3. Set the communications speed (normally, 57600 bps)
and communications port in the Setup item.
4. Set the firmware to be updated by File select (=F1).
5. Turn the TK-480/481 power ON with the [S] switch held
down. Hold the switch down for two seconds until the
display changes to “PROG 57600”. When “PROG
57600” appears, release your finger from the switch.
6. Check the connection between the TK-480/481 and the
personal computer, and make sure that the TK-480/481 is
in the Program mode.
7. Press F10 on the personal computer. A window opens on
the display to indicate progress of writing. When the TK480/481 starts to receive data. the [P] icon is blinking.
8. If writing ends successfully. the LED on the TK-480/481
lights and the checksum is displayed.
9. If you want to continue programming other TK-480/481 s,
repeat steps 5 to 8.
TK-480/481
REALIGNMENT
Notes:
• To start the Firmware Programmer from KPG-49D, the
Fpro path must be set up by KPG-49D Setup.
• This mode cannot be entered if the Firmware Programming mode is set to Disable in the Programming software (KPG-49D).
• When programming the firmware, it is recommend to
copy the data from the floppy disk to your hard disk before update the radio firmware.
Directry copying from the floppy disk to the radio may not
work because the access speed is too slow.
4.
5.
6.
6-4. Function
1. If you press the [MON] switch (top of left side) while
“PROG 57600” is displayed, the checksum is displayed.
If you press the [MON] switch again while the checksum
is displayed, “PROG 57600” is redisplayed.
2. If you press the [LAMP] switch (bottom of left side) while
“PROG 57600” is displayed, the display changes to
“PROG 19200” to indicate that the write speed is low
speed (19200 bps). If you press the [LAMP] switch again
while “PROG 19200” is displayed, the display changes to
“PROG 38400”, and the write speed becomes the
middle-speed mode (38400 bps). If you press the [LAMP]
switch again while “PROG 38400” is displayed, the display returns to “PROG 57600”.
Note:
Normally, write in the high-speed mode.
7.
How to enter the password with the encoder;
If the encoder is rotated while “CLONE LOCK” is displayed, numbers (0 to 9) are displayed flashing. When
you press the [S] key, the currently selected number is
determined. If you press the [S] key after entering the
password in this procedure, “CLONE MODE” is displayed if the entered password is correct. If the password is incorrect, “CLONE LOCK” is redisplayed.
Power on the slave TK-480/481.
Connect the cloning cable (No. E30-3325-05) to the universal connectors on the master and slave.
Press the [S] key on the master while the master displays
“CLONE MODE”. The data of the master is sent to the
slave. While the slave is receiving the data, “PROGRAM”
is displayed. When cloning of data is completed, the master displays “END”, and the slave automatically operates
in the User mode. The slave can then be operated by the
same program as the master.
The other slave can be continuously cloned. When the [S]
key on the master is pressed while the master displays
“END”, the master displays “CLONE MODE”. Carry out
the operation in step 4 to 6.
Note:
Only the same models can be cloned together.
Cloning cable
(E30-3325-05)
7. Clone Mode
Programming data can be transferred from one radio to
another by connecting them via their external universal connectors. The operation is as follows (the transmit radio is the
master and the receive radio is a slave).
1. Turn the master TK-480/481 power ON with the [C] key
held down. If the password is set to the TK-480/481, the
TK-480/481 displays “CLONE LOCK”. If the password is
not set, the TK-480/481 displays “CLONE MODE”.
2. When “CLONE LOCK” is displayed, only the knob (encoder) and [S], and [0] to [9] keys can be accepted. When
you enter the correct password, and “CLONE MODE” is
displayed, the TK-480/481 can be used as the cloning
master. The following describes how to enter the password.
3. How to enter the password with the keypad;
If you press a key while “CLONE LOCK” is displayed.
The number that was pressed is displayed on the TK-480/
481. Each press of the key shifts the display in order to
the left. When you enter the password and press the [S]
key, “CLONE MODE” is displayed if the entered password is correct. If the password is incorrect, “CLONE
LOCK” is redisplayed.
Fig. 2
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TK-480/481
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
1. Overview
3. Receiver System
This transceiver is an 800/900MHz band EFJ LTR™
trunked system compatible FM portable transceiver that can
be programmed to operate on both LTR and conventional
systems.
3-1. RF unit
An incoming RF signal from the antenna terminal is
passed through the antenna switch (D7, D9, and D10 are
off) and then the bandpass filter (L11). The signal is amplified by RF amplifier Q9, and passed through the bandpass
filter (L20) to remove the spurious signal again. The resulting signal is applied to the first mixer (Q6), where it is mixed
with the first local oscillator signal output from the frequency synthesizer to produce the first IF (44.85MHz).
2. Circuit Configuration by Frequency
The receiver is a double-conversion superheterodyne
with a first intermediate frequency (IF) of 44.85MHz and a
second IF of 455kHz. Incoming signals from the antenna are
mixed with the local signal from the PLL to produce the first
IF of 44.85MHz.
This is then mixed with the 44.395MHz second local oscillator output to produce the 455kHz second IF. This is detected to give the demodulated signal.
The transmit signal frequency is generated by the PLL
VCO, and modulated by the signal from the microphone. It
is then amplified and sent to the antenna.
TK-480
TX 806~825MHz
851~870MHz
RX 851~870MHz
TK-481
TX 896~902MHz
935~941MHz
RX 935~941MHz
3-2. IF unit
The first IF signal is passed through a four-pole monolithic crystal filter (XF1) to remove a adjacent channel signal.
The filtered first IF signal is amplified by the first IF amplifier
(Q5) and then applied to the IF system IC (IC9). The IF system IC provides a second mixer, second local oscillator, limiting amplifier, quadrature detector and RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator). The second mixer mixes the first IF
signal with the 44.395MHz of second local oscillator output
(crystal unit X1) and produces the second IF signal of
455kHz.
The second IF signal is passed through the ceramic filter
(CF1,2) to more remove the adjacent channel signal. The
filtered second IF signal is amplified by the limiting amplifier
and demodulated by the quadrature detector with ceramic
discriminator (CD1). The demodulated signal is routed to
the audio circuit.
CF
455kHz
ANT
1st MIX
ANT
SW
MCF
RF
AMP
IF SYSTEM
44.85MHz
AF
AMP
SP
MIC
AMP
MIC
44.395
MHz
TK-480 :
806.15~825.15MHz
TK-481 :
890.15~896.15MHz
PA
AMP
TX
AMP
PLL
VCO
TK-480
806~825MHz
851~870MHz
TK-481
896~902MHz
935~941MHz
Fig. 1 Frequency configuration
ANT
L30
D9,D10
ANT
SW
L11
BPF
Q9
RF AMP
L20
BPF
Q6
1st MIX
XF1
MCF
Q5
1st IF
IC8 (2/2)
AF AMP
IC9
MIX,DET,IF
X1
1st local
OSC (PLL)
IC12
HPF
5
2nd local
OSC
1
2
LPF
HPF
IC3 (2/2)
AF AMP
BEF
DEEMP
EXP
CF1
CF2
MUTE
41
IC4
VOL
Q310
AF AF
IC300
AF PA
INT.
SP
SW
VC1
SSW
VC2
Fig. 2
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Receiving system
EXT.
SP
TK-480/481
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
3-3. Audio amplifier circuit
3-4. Squelch circuit
The demodulated signal from IC9 is amplified by IC8 (2/
2), high-pass filtered, low-pass filtered, high-pass filtered,
band-eliminate filtered,and de-emphasized by IC12.
The signal then goes through an AF amplifier IC3 (2/2), an
electronic volume control (IC4), and an AF switch (Q310 is
on), and is routed to audio power amplifier (IC300), where it
is amplified and output to the internal speaker.
The audio mute signal (AM) from the microcomputer becomes Low in the standby and Q304, Q305 which are
power supply circuit for IC300 turn off. Also, IC12 is set to
the power down mode according to data from microprocessor, and the AF signal is muted. When the audio is output,
AM becomes High to turn Q304, Q305 ON, and voltage is
supplied to power terminal VP of IC300. Also, IC12 is canceled out of the power down mode.
The speaker is switched by the logic of speaker switching terminal SSW on the universal connector. When SP-MIC
is not attached, the logic of SSW becomes High and SW
(Q310) is turned ON, and the AF signal is input to both amplifiers of IC300.
When SP-MIC is attached, SSW is connected to GND at
inside of SP-MIC. For this reason, Q310 is turned OFF, and
the AF signal is input only to amplifier for EXT SP of IC300.
Change of INT/EXT SP refer to Fig. 3.
The output from IC9 enters FM IC again, then passed
through a band-pass filter. The noise component output
from IC9 is amplified by Q19 and rectified by D3 to produce
a DC voltage corresponding to the noise level. The DC voltage is sent to the analog port of the CPU (IC15). And IC9
outputs a DC voltage (RSSI) corresponding to the input of
the IF amplifier. The CPU reads the RSSI signal via pin 24.
IC15 determines whether to output sounds from the
speaker by comparing the input voltage of pin 28 and pin 24
with the preset value.
VC1
VC2
H
H
H
L
INT
H
L
L
H
EXT
L
H
L
L
MUTE
L
L
L
L
MUTE
RSSI
SP
BPF
AMP 7
28
Q19
NOISE
AMP
24
Fig. 4 Squelch circuit
Fig. 5
Q305
SQ close Preset
SQ open value
SW
INT. SP
VC1
2
AM
ANT input level
Squelch and RSSI voltage vs ANT input level
4. Transmitter System
4-1. Microphone amplifier
EXT. SP
Q308
Preset
value
VP 5
Q304
AF
IC15
CPU
DET
12
ANT input level
SB
D3
RSSI voltage
SSW
DET
SQ voltage
AM
IC9 : FM IF IC
IF AMP
VC2
8
IC300
Q301
SSW
Fig. 3 Audio amplifier circuit
The signal from the internal microphone goes through
the mute switch (Q300).
When the SP-MIC is not attached, the microphone
switching terminal (MSW) on the universal connector becomes High, and mute switch (Q300) is turned ON. When
the SP-MIC is attached, MSW is connected to GND at inside
of SP-MIC. For this reason, Q300 is turned OFF, the internal
microphone is muted, and only the input of the external microphone is supplied to the microphone amplifier of the TXRX unit.
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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
4-2. Drive and Final amplifier
The signal from microphone passes through the limitter
circuit in D11, and through the high-pass filter, the ALC circuit, the low-pass filter, the high-pass filter, and pre-emphasis/IDC circuit in IC12. When encoding DTMF, mute switch
(Q7) is turned OFF for muting the microphone input signal.
The signal passes through the D/A converter (IC4) for the
maximum deviation adjustment, and enters the summing
amplifier consisting of IC3 (2/2), and is mixed with the low
speed data from the CPU (IC15).
The output signal from the summing amplifier passes
through the D/A converter (IC4) again for the TA maximum
deviation adjustment,and the AF switch (Q21 is off in TX),
and goes to the VCO modulation input.
The other output signal from the summing amplifier
passes through the D/A converter (IC4) again for the BAL
adjustment,and the buffer amplifier (IC1 (2/2)), and goes to
the VCXO modulation input.
The signal from the T/R switch (D5 is on) is amplified by
the pre-drive (Q11) and drive amplifier (Q12) to 50mW.
The output of the drive amplifier is amplified by the RF
power amplifier (IC30) to 2.5W (1W when the power is low).
The RF power amplifier consists of two stages MOS FET
transistor. The output of the RF power amplifier is then
passed through the harmonic filter (LPF) and antenna switch
(D7 is on) and applied to the antenna terminal.
4-3. APC circuit
The APC circuit always monitors the current flowing
through the RF power amplifier (IC30) and keeps a constant
current. The voltage drop at R127, R128 and R129 is caused
by the current flowing through the RF power amplifier and
this voltage is applied to the differential amplifier (IC21 1/2).
IC21 (2/2) compares the output voltage of IC21 (1/2) with
the reference voltage from IC4, and the output of IC21 (2/2)
controls the VGG of the RF power amplifier to make the
both voltages to same voltage.
The change of power high/low is carried out by the
change of the reference voltage. Q14,15 and 18 are turned
on in transmit and the APC circuit is active.
MUTE
EXT.
MIC
MIC
Q7
Q300
IC12
D11
SW
LIMIT
12
15
HPF
16
SW
18
19
COMP
ALC
DTMF
LPF
9
8
HPF
PRE EMP
MIC
IC4
D/A
I5 O5
Q301
MSW
IC3 (2/2)
SUM
AMP
IC4
D/A
I2 O2
Q21
IC14
AF
MUTE
VCO
IC4
D/A
I1 O1
5R
IC1
BUFF
AMP
LSD
Fig. 6
X2
VCXO
Microphone amplifier
ANT
From
T/R SW
(D5)
Q11
Q12
Pre-DRIVE
AMP
DRIVE
AMP
IC30
RF
POWER AMP
VDD
LPF
D7
ANT
SW
VGG
+B
R127
R128
R129
REF
VOL
(IC4)
IC21
(1/2)
IC21
(2/2)
Fig. 7 Drive and final amplifier and APC circuit
16
IDC
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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
5. Frequency Synthesizer Unit
6. Control Circuit
5-1. Frequency synthesizer
The control circuit consists of microprocessor (IC15) and
its peripheral circuits. It controls the TX-RX unit and transfers data to and from the display unit. IC15 mainly performs
the following;
1) Switching between transmission and reception by PTT
signal input.
2) Reading system, group, frequency, and program data
from the memory circuit.
3) Sending frequency program data to the PLL.
4) Controlling squelch on/off by the DC voltage from the
squelch circuit.
5) Controlling the audio mute circuit by decode data input.
6) Transmitting tone and encode data.
The frequency synthesizer consists of the VCXO (X2),
VCO (IC14), PLL IC (IC11) and buffer amplifiers.
The VCXO generates 16.8MHz. The frequency stability is
1.5ppm within the temperature range of –30 to +60°C. The
frequency tuning and modulation of the VCXO are done to
apply a voltage to pin 1 of the VCXO. The output of the
VCXO is applied to pin 8 of the PLL IC.
The TK-480’s VCO covers a dual range of the 806~
825MHz, and the 851~870MHz. The VCO generates
806.15~825.15MHz for providing to the first local signal in
receive. In TA mode, the pin 1 of the VCO goes low and the
VCO generates 851~870MHz.
The TK-481’s VCO covers a dual range of the 896~
902MHz, and the 935~941MHz. The VCO generates
890.15~896.15MHz for providing to the first local signal in
receive. In TA mode, the pin 1 of the VCO goes low and the
VCO generates 935~941MHz.
The output of the VCO is amplified by the buffer amplifier
(Q8) and routed to the pin 5 of the PLL IC. Also the output of
the VCO is amplified by the two-buffer amplifier (Q10, Q17)
and routed to the next stage according to T/R switch (D4,
D5).
The PLL IC consists of a prescaler, fractional divider, reference divider, phase comparator, charge pump. This PLL
IC is fractional-N type synthesizer and performs in the
100kHz reference signal which is eighth of the channel step
(12.5kHz). The input signal from the pins 1 and 5 of the PLL
IC is divided down to the 100kHz and compared at phase
comparator. The pulsed output signal of the phase comparator is applied to the charge pump and transformed into
DC signal in the loop filter (LPF). The DC signal is applied to
the pin 3 of the VCO and locked to keep the VCO frequency
constant.
PLL data is output from DT (pin 52), CP (pin 64) and EP
(pin 69) of the microprocessor (IC15). The data are input to
the PLL IC when the channel is changed or when transmission is changed to reception and vice versa. A PLL lock condition is always monitored by the pin 21 (UL) of the microprocessor. When the PLL is unlocked, the UL goes low.
TA
TA
(TA : Low)
IC14
Q10
Q17
D5
VCO
BUFF
BUFF
SW
CV
LPF
BUFF
Q8
SW
D4
IC11
CPU
IC15
Note : The flash memory holds data such as written with
the FPU (KPG-49D), firmware program (User mode, Test
mode, Tuning mode, etc.) This data must be rewritten when
replacing the flash memory.
• EEPROM
Note : The EEPROM stores tuning data (Deviation, Squelch,
etc.).
Realign the transceiver after replacing the EEPROM.
IC15
IC16
CPU
EEPROM
To
drive
amp
FLASH
Fig. 9
8
VCXO
DT,CP,EP
• Flash Memory
To mixer
PLL
UL
Memory circuit consists of the CPU (IC15) and a flash
memory (IC17), a flash memory has a capacity of 2M bits
that contains the transceiver control program for the CPU
and data such as transceiver channels and operating features.
This program can be easily written from an external devices. The data, such as operating status, is programmed
into the EEPROM (IC16).
IC17
5
18
6-1. Memory circuit
MB
Memory circuit
FC
IC1
BAL
Fig. 8 PLL block diagram
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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
6-2. Low battery warning
The battery voltage is monitored by the microprocessor
(IC15). When the battery voltage falls below the voltage set
by the Low Battery Warning adjustment, the red LED
flashes to notify the operator that it is time to replace the
battery. If the battery voltage falls even more (approx. 5.8V),
a beep sounds and transmission is stopped.
Low battery warning
The red LED flashes during
transmission
The red LED flashes and
continuous beep sounds
while PTT pressed
Battery condition
The battery voltage is low but
the transceiver is still usable.
The battery voltage is low and
the transceiver is not usable to
make calls.
6-3. Key input
If the clock is supplied to CLK terminal when the RES
terminal (CPU pin 53) of the decade counter (IC301) is set to
Low, Q0 to Q7 become High sequentially. Normally, KI1 and
KI2 are Low (pulled down). When any key is pressed, KI1 or
KI2 become High. The CPU detects which key is pressed,
according to the voltage of KI1 and KI2 and clock timing.
7. Signalling Circuit
7-1. Encode
• Low-speed data (QT,DQT,LTR)
Low-speed data is output from pin 36 of the CPU. The
signal passes through a low-pass CR filter, and goes to the
summing amplifier (IC3 1/2). The signal is mixed with the
audio signal and goes to the VCO (IC14) and VCXO (X2)
modulation input after passing through the D/A converter
(IC4) for BAL adjustment.
• High-speed data (DTMF)
High-speed data is output from pin 35 of the CPU. The
signal passes through a low-pass filter consisting of IC23,
and provides a TX DTMF tone and a RX DTMF tone including
a beep tone. The TX DTMF tone is passed to the D/A convertor (IC4) for DTMF deviation adjustment, and then applied to the audio processor (IC12).
The signal is mixed with the audio signal and goes to the
VCO and VCXO. The RX DTMF tone is passed a summing
amplifier (IC3 2/2), the D/A convertor (IC4) for audio control,
audio power amplifier and then to the speaker.
• MSK
KI1
KI2
CK
KRST
IC15
CPU
IC301
Q5
Q1
Q0
Q2
Q6
Q7
Q3
Vss
Vdd
RES
CLK
CL
CA
Q9
Q4
Q8
MSK signal is output from pin 6 of IC12. The signal
passes through the D/A converter (IC4) for the MSK deviation adjustment, and is routed to the VCO. When encoding
MSK, the microphone input signal is muted.
RX audio
IC15
CPU
SUM
IC23
HSD 35
OUT
LSD
OUT
36
R111
I3
O3
LPF
IC4
D/A (ADJ)
O5
R107
R148
C138
C141
Fig. 10 Key input
O6
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
CARRY
OUT
18
Fig. 11 Decade counter timing chart
MIC IN
I2
I1
O1
IC3 (1/2)
IC14
MD
IC1
Fig. 12 Encode
CLOCK
INHIBIT
I5
IC12
SUM
Q21
O2
AF
MUTE
RESET
CLOCK
AF AMP
IC3 (2/2)
SUM
16 keys
I6
BUFF
AMP
VCO
X2
MB
VCXO
TK-480/481
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
7-2. Decode
• Low-speed data (QT,DQT,LTR)
F1
+B
The demodulated signal from the IF IC (IC9) is amplified
by IC8 (1/2) and passes through a low-pass filter (IC10) to
remove audio components. The signal is input to pin 23 of
the CPU.
The CPU digitizes this signal, performs processing such
as DC restoration, and decodes the signal.
RF power amp (IC30)
SB
IC5
5M
IC7
5C
ON/OFF
VOL
Q2
IC6
• High-speed data (DTMF)
5T
Display unit
The DTMF input signal from the IF IC is amplified by IC8
(1/2) and goes to IC13, the DTMF decoder. The decoded information is then processed by the CPU. During transmission and standby, the DTMF IC is set to the power down
mode when the PD terminal is High. When the line is busy,
the PD terminal becomes Low, the power down mode is
canceled and decoding is carried out.
5TC
5R
Q1
5RC
Fig. 14
Power supply circuit
• MSK
The MSK input signal from the IF IC is amplified by IC8 (1/
2) and goes to pin 5 of IC12. The signal is demodulated by
MSK demodulator in IC12. The demodulated data goes to
the CPU for processing.
IC8
AMP
23 LSD
IN
IC10
LPF
IC15
CPU
IC13
IC12
XOUT
DCK,SD,STD
DT,CK,CE
DTMF
DECODE
OSC1
PD
7
IC19
Fig. 13 Decode
8. Power Supply Circuit
Battery +B is supplied via a 3A fuse from the battery terminal connected to the TX-RX unit. After passing through
the power switch, power supply (SB) is applied to the three
AVRs. IC5 supplies 5V (5M) to the control circuit, and IC7
supplies 5V (5C) to common circuits. IC6 supplies to the TX
circuit and the RX circuit. During transmission, 5TC becomes Low and Q2 is turned ON to supply 5V (5T) to the TX
circuit. During reception, 5RC becomes Low and Q1 is
turned ON to supply 5V (5R) to the RX circuit.
9. Optional Board Terminal
Terminals for mounting the option board are provided at
the bottom edge of the TX-RX unit. The table below shows
the correspondence between the board and terminals.
R422, R32, R250, R259, R147, R276, R421 may have to be
removed depending on the type of option board being used.
Name
Function
SB
Battery (7.5V)
GND
Ground
TXD
Serial data
RXD
Serial data
SQ
Busy: high
LOK
Link acquired : low (TX mode)
DI/ANI
Modulation (ANI) input
DEO
Detect output
TXAI/MUTE
Modulation output from board or mic mute: low
TXAO
Modulation input to board
RXAI
Received signal input to board
RXAO
Received signal output from board
D1
Binary 1
D2
Binary 2
OPT
Scramble, Emergency: low
PTTIN
PTT switch signal input to board (TX: low)
5CNS
Battery (5V)
DI9
9600 bps data output
RXEMAO
Received signal output from board (after de-emphasis)
RXEMAI
Received signal input to board (after de-emphasis)
PTTOUT
PTT switch signal output from board (TX: low)
MONI
Busy: low
LAMP
Busy: low
AAC
Audio Amp Control signal output from board (Busy: high)
Audio Beep
Beep signal output from board
AUX TXD
Serial data
AUX RXD/EXTSW Serial data/Option switch port
Table 1 Terminal name and function
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SEMICONDUCTOR DATA
Microprocessor : 30622M8A-4F9GP (TX-RX Unit IC15)
■ Pin function
Pin No.
Port name I/O
Pin No.
Port name I/O
1
LSDOUT
O
Low speed data output.
39
HOLD
2
HSDOUT
O
High speed data output.
40
HLDA
-
Not used.
3
HSDIN
I
Not used.
41
BLCK
-
Not used.
4
DTMSTD
I
DTMF decode IC data detect input.
42
RD
-
Flash memory RD bus.
5
SELF
I
Not used.
43
BHE
-
Not used.
6
BYTE
I
+5V.
44
WR
-
Flash memory WR bus.
7
CNVSS
I
GND.
45
DTMCLK
O
DTMF decode IC clock output.
8
SFTOE
O
Shift register output enable.
46
CNTCLK
O
Common clock output.
9
LCDCS
O
LCD driver chip select output.
47
PLLSTB
O
PLL IC data strobe output.
-
Function
Not used.
10
RESET
I
Microcomputer reset input.
48
CS0
O
Flash memory chip enable.
11
XOUT
-
9.8304MHz (System clock).
49
A19
-
Not used.
12
VSS
-
GND.
50~59
A18~A9
-
Flash memory address bus.
13
XIN
-
9.8304MHz (System clock).
60
VCC
-
+5V
14
VCC
-
+5V
61
A8
-
Flash memory address bus.
15
AUX
I
AUX switch input.
62
VSS
-
GND.
16
AFTRD
I
17
20
Function
AFRTM
I
MSK modulation data output timing
63~70
A7~A0
-
Flash memory address bus.
pulse input.
71
MONI
I
Monitor switch input.
MSK demodulation data input timing
72
EN4
I
Not used.
pulse input.
73
EN3
I
Not used.
18
EN2
I
Encoder pulse input 2.
74
EN1
I
Encoder pulse input 1.
19
PLLCLK
O
PLL IC clock output.
75
MINDAT
O
Common data output.
20
BEEP
O
Beep data output.
76
KEY2
I
Key scan input 2.
21
AFRDT
I
MSK demodulation data input.
77
KEY1
I
Key scan input 1.
22
AFREG1
O
AF IC register switching data output 1.
78
RESET
O
Key scan IC reset output..
23
AFREG2
O
AF IC register switching data output 2.
79~86
D7~D0
-
Flash memory data bus.
24
EEPDAT
O
EEPROM data output.
87
DTMDAT
I
DTMF decode IC data input.
25
DACSTB
O
D/A converter IC data strobe output.
88
PF
I
PF switch input.
26
AFCLR
O
MSK flame reset output.
89
VOL
I
Volume level input.
27
SAVE
O
Not used.
90
BATT
I
Battery voltage input.
28
LAMP
I
LAMP switch input.
91
ANLSQL
I
Squelch level input.
29
AUXTXD
O
External Serial interface output.
92
TEMP
I
Not used.
30
AUXRXD
I
External Serial interface input.
93
RSSI
I
Received signal strength indicator input
31
PLLUL
I
PLL unlock detect input.
32
AFMSKE
O
MSK modulation enable (Enable active “H”).
94
AVSS
-
GND.
33
TXD
O
Serial interface output (ex. PC).
95
LSDIN
I
Low speed data input.
34
RXD
I
Serial interface input (ex. PC).
96
VREF
-
+5V
35
AFDAT
O
MSK data output.
97
AVCC
-
+5V
36
PTT
I
PTT switch input.
98
SFTSTB1
O
Shift register data strobe output.
37
RDY
-
Not used.
99
W/N
O
Not used.
38
ALE
-
Not used.
100
AFSTB
O
AF IC data strobe output.
(RSSI).
TK-480/481
SEMICONDUCTOR DATA
Shift Register 1 : BU4094BCFV (TX-RX Unit IC18) Shift Register 2 : BU4094BCFV (TX-RX Unit IC19)
Pin No.
Port
1
STRB
Port name
ES
Function
Pin No.
Port
Strobe
1
STRB
Port name
ES
Function
Strobe
2
DATA
DAT
Data
2
DATA
DAT
Data
3
CLK
CK
Clock
3
CLK
CK
Clock
4
Q1
AM1
Audio mute 1.
5
Q2
LOK
Link complete (Programmable active H/L).
H : On, L : Off
6
Q3
TA
H : Unmute, L : Mute
7
Q4
4
Q1
LEDR
Red LED.
5
Q2
LEDG
Green LED.
6
Q3
KEYBLT
Key backlight.
7
Q4
MMUTE
MIC mute.
8
VSS
GND.
8
VSS
GND
9
QS
IC18 data output.
9
QS
NC
10
Q’S
NC
10
Q’S
11
Q8
DTMF decode IC power down.
11
Q8
SQ
External squelch (Programmable active H/L).
H : Power down, L : Busy
12
Q7
CODE2
Option board data 2.
12
Q7
Not used.
13
Q6
CODE1
Option board data 1.
14
Q5
OPT
DTMPD
H : On, L : Off
H : On, L : Off
Talk around.
H : Unmute, L : Mute
H : Off, L : On
NC
NC
13
Q6
5TC
TX power control.
H : RX, L : TX
14
Q5
5RC
RX power control.
H : TX, L : RX
15
OE
OE
Output enable.
KPG-49D.
16
VDC
5M
+5V.
Auxiliary signal outut. Please set key
Option board control.
Please set option board type in the
H : On, L : Off
function in the KPG-49D (Programmable active H/L).
15
OE
OE
Output enable.
16
VDC
5M
+5V.
VCO System : KCH31, KCH32 (TX-RX Unit IC14)
■ Circuit diagram
C2
L1
C8
Q2
Q3
CV 3
L3
L4
R9
C11
C9
R7
R3
D3
D2
R2
MD 2
R8
R4
C15
C17
C10
R6
C5
C4
L2
C13
D1
C1
4 OUT
C12
5 GND
C16
C6
Q1
Q1 : 2SK1824
Q2 : 2SC4226(R25)
Q3 : 2SC5008
6 5C
C14
C3
TA 1
C7
R5
R1
D1 : HVC350B
D2 : HVC202A
D3 : MA2S077
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SEMICONDUCTOR DATA
PLL System : SA7025DK (TX-RX Unit IC11)
■ Block diagram
CLOCK
DATA
STROBE
VDD
Serial input + Program latches
Vss
EM
FB
PR
2
RFIN
NM2
NM1 NM3
2
12
8
64/65/72
Main dividers
Prescaler
RFIN
FMOD
NF
3
FB
Fractional
accumulator
Prescaler
modulus control
FRD
TEST
RF
CN
EM
Normal output
charge pump
Main phase
detector
SM
CL
Main
reference
select
2
VCCP
EM÷EA
NR
12
PHP
2
Speed-up
output
charge pump
CK
Reference divider ÷2 ÷2 ÷2
REFIN
4
Integral output
charge pump
SA
Auxiliary
reference
select
2
EA
EA
AUXIN
PA
RN
8
NA
12
1/4
Prescaler
Auxiliary
phase
detector
PHI
RA
2
Auxiliary output
charge pump
PHA
LOCK
Auxiliary divider
VDDA
VSSA
■ Pin description
Pin No. Symbol
1
CLOCK
Serial clock input.
2
DATA
Serial data input.
3
STROBE
Serial strobe input.
4
VSS
Digital ground.
5
RFIN
Prescaler positive input.
6
RFIN
Prescaler negative input.
7
VCCP
Prescaler positive supply voltage. This pin supplies power to the prescaler and RF input buffer.
8
REFIN
Reference divider input.
9
RA
Auxiliary current setting; resistor to V SSA.
AUX IN
Auxiliary divider input.
10
22
Description
11
PHA
Auxiliary phase detector output.
12
VSSA
analog ground.
13
PHI
Integral phase detector output.
14
PHP
Proportional phase detector output.
15
VDDA
Analog supply voltage. This pin supplies power to the charge pumps, Auxiliary prescaler, Auxiliary and Reference buffers.
16
RN
Main current setting; resistor to VSSA.
17
RF
Fractional compensation current setting; resistor to V SSA.
18
LOCK
Lock detector output.
19
TEST
Test pin; connect to VDD .
20
VDD
Digital supply voltage. This pin supplies power to the CMOS digital part of the device.
TK-480/481
DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX)
Ref. No.
IC300
Use/ Function
IC
Operation/Condition
Ref. No.
Use/ Function
Operation/Condition
Audio power amplifier
IC15
IC
Microprocessor
/ 16-bit+1M flash
IC301
IC
Counter
/ Key scan
IC16
IC
EEPROM
Q300
FET
DC switch
/ INT MIC on/off
IC17
IC
AND gate
Q301
FET
DC switch
IC18,19
IC
Shift register
Q302
Transistor
DC switch
/ LED (Red) driver
IC21
IC
Comparator (APC)
Q303
Transistor
DC switch
/ LED (Green) driver
IC23
IC
Active filter
Q304
Transistor
DC switch
IC30
IC
Power module
Q305
Transistor
Current driver
Q1
FET
DC switch
/ 5R
Q306
Transistor
DC switch
Q2
Transistor
DC switch
/ 5T
Q307
Transistor
Current driver
/ LCD back light LED AVR
Q3
Transistor
Ripple filter
/ 5CV
Q308
FET
DC switch
/ SP INT/EXT
Q4
Transistor
TX/RX switch
Q309
Transistor
Temperature compensation
Q5
Transistor
IF amplifier
Q310
FET
Mute switch
Q6
FET
Mixer
/ Audio amp AVR
D300
Zener diode Surge absorption
Q7
FET
Mute switch
D301
LED
LED
/ Red, Green
Q8
Transistor
RF amplifier
D302
Diode
Quick discharge
/ AF mute
Q9
FET
RF amplifier
D303
Zener diode Voltage reference
Q10
Transistor
Buffer amplifier
D304
Diode
Voltage reference
Q11,12
Transistor
RF amplifier
D305~310
LED
LCD back light
Q13
FET
DC switch
D315~318
Diode
Reverse current prevention
Q14,15
Transistor
DC switch
D319~321
Zener diode Surge absorption
Q16
Transistor
AF mute switch
Q17
Transistor
RF amplifier
Q18
FET
DC switch
Q19
Transistor
Noise amplifier
Q20
Transistor
Switch
Q21
FET
AF mute switch
Q22
FET
DC switch
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
Use/ Function
Operation/Condition
/ Output expander
/ For HSDout
/ MIC line mute
/ TX driver
/ Squelch
IC1
IC
Buffer amplifier
IC2
IC
Voltage detector
IC3
IC
Summing amplifier
Q23
FET
Mute switch
IC4
IC
D/A converter (Adjustment)
D1
Diode
Reverse protection
IC5
IC
Voltage regulator
/ 5M
D2
Diode
Overload protection
IC6
IC
Voltage regulator
/ 5V
D3
Diode
Noise detection
IC7
IC
Voltage regulator
/ 5C
D4,5
Diode
TX/RX switch
IC8
IC
Buffer amplifier
D6
Diode
Overload protection
IC9
IC
FM IF system
IC10
IC
Active filter
/ Reset
/ For LSDin
D7
Diode
ANT switch
D8
Diode
Reverse current prevention
IC11
IC
PLL system
D9,10
Diode
ANT switch
IC12
IC
Audio processor
D11
Diode
Voltage clamp
IC13
IC
DTMF decoder
D12
Diode
DC switch
IC14
IC
VCO system
D17,18
Diode
Surge absorption
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PARTS LIST
indicates safety critical components.
✽ New Parts.
Parts without Parts No. are not supplied.
Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis.
Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert.
L : Scandinavia
Y : PX (Far East, Hawaii)
Y : AAFES (Europe)
K : USA
T : England
X : Australia
P : Canada
E : Europe
M: Other Areas
TK-480/481
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX)
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Description
Destination
TK-480/481
✽
✽
✽
A02-3658-03
A02-3659-03
A62-0981-04
CABINET ASSY (4KEY)
CABINET ASSY (16KEY)
PANEL ASSY
2C
2A
1B
1C
2C
✽
✽
B09-0363-03
B38-0810-05
B43-1139-04
B46-0470-00
B62-1483-00
CAP (SP/MIC)
ACSY
LCD ASSY
BADGE (KENWOOD)
WARRANTY CARD
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
10
10
3A
3A
✽
✽
B72-1968-04
B72-1969-04
MODEL NAME PLATE
MODEL NAME PLATE
12
15
51
16
17
3B
2B
3A
2A
3A
✽
E04-0406-05
E23-1049-04
E23-1166-04
E37-0672-05
E37-0673-05
RF COAXIAL RECEPTACLE (SMA)
TERMINAL (ANT)
RELAY TERMINAL
FLAT CABLE (C0NT-TX-RX)
LEAD WIRE WITH CONNECTOR (PTT)
18
19
52
1A
3B
3A
E37-0674-15
E58-0440-05
E72-0412-13
LEAD WIRE WITH CONNECTOR (SP)
SQUARE SOCKET (SP/MIC)
TERMINAL BLOCK
54
55
56
57
-
2A
2A
2A
2A
F10-2248-13
F10-2253-03
F10-2255-04
F10-2310-03
F20-1192-04
SHIELDING CASE (VC0)
SHIELDING PLATE (BAND PASS)
SHIELDING PLATE (P-MODULE)
SHIELDING PLATE (LCD)
INSULATING SHEET
F20-3303-04
INSULATING SHEET (MIC/GND)
1
1
2
1A
1A
2B
4
5
6
7
9
21
22
23
24
61
1A
1B
1B
3A
3A
G01-0881-04
G09-0418-05
G10-0799-04
G11-0800-04
G11-2544-04
COIL SPRING
KNOB SPRING (VOL,ENC)
FIBROUS SHEET (SP)
SHEET (PTT)
SHEET (CHASSIS)
62
63
64
26
25
2A
3A,3B
3A
3B
1A
G13-1731-04
G13-1762-04
G13-1834-04
G53-0811-03
G53-0840-02
CUSHION (LCD)
CUSHION (VOL/CHASSIS)
CUSHION (TERMINAL)
PACKING (TOP)
PACKING (4KEY)
25
65
66
1A
3A
3A
✽
✽
G53-0841-02
G53-1510-04
G53-1520-24
PACKING (16KEY)
PACKING (BATT+)
PACKING (TERMINAL)
28
29
29
2D
3D
3D
✽
✽
H12-3014-02
H52-1096-12
H52-1097-12
PACKING FIXTURE
ITEM CARTON CASE
ITEM CARTON CASE
31
68
32
33
34
1A
2A
2C
3B
3B
J19-1572-04
J21-8321-03
J29-0658-05
J82-0045-05
J82-0046-05
HOLDER
HARDWARE FIXTURE (P-MODULE)
HOOK
ACSY
FPC (VOL,ENC)
FPC (SOCKET)
38
39
40
36
37
1B
1B
1A
1B
1B
K29-5157-03
K29-5158-03
K29-5165-03
K29-5231-03
K29-5232-03
KNOB (PTT)
KEY TOP (PTT)
LEVER KNOB
KNOB (VOL)
KNOB (ENC)
A
2B
N14-0569-04
CIRCULAR NUT (VOL,ENC)
24
✽
A,B-K
A,B-K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
B
C
D
F
E
3B
3A
2A
3A
2A,1B
42
Parts No.
N30-2605-46
N30-2610-46
N67-2606-46
N79-2025-46
N83-2005-46
PAN HEAD MACHINE SCREW (ANT)
PAN HEAD MACHINE SCREW (CASE)
PAN HEAD SEMS SCREW W (P-MODULE)
PAN HEAD TAPTITE SCREW (TERMINAL)
PAN HEAD TAPTITE SCREW (UNIT)
2C
N99-2004-05
SCREW SET
44
3B
R31-0617-05
VARIABLE RESISTOR (POWER SW/VOL)
S300
-
S70-0414-05
TACT SWITCH
46
47
47
MIC300
1A
2C
2C
1A
T07-0714-05
T90-0636-25
T90-0640-25
T91-0579-05
SPEAKER
WHIP ANTENNA (800MHZ) ACSY
WHIP ANTENNA (900MHZ) ACSY
MIC ELEMENT
49
50
2B
1D
W02-1814-05
W09-0900-35
ENCODER
BATTERY ASSY
✽
✽
✽
✽
ACSY
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
ACSY
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX) -10 : K
A,B-K
Destination
Description
-11 : K2
D301
D305-310
D305,306
B30-2019-05
B30-2171-05
B30-2171-05
LED (RE/GR)
LED (BACKLIGHT)
LED (BACKLIGHT)
(BUSY/TX)
C301
C302
C304
C305
C307
CC73GCH1H470J
C92-0560-05
CK73FB1C474K
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1C104K
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
47PF
10UF
0.47UF
100PF
0.10UF
J
6.3WV
K
J
K
C308
C309
C310
C311
C312
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73FB1C474K
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H470J
CK73GB1C104K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
0.47UF
0.10UF
47PF
0.10UF
J
K
K
J
K
C313
C314
C315
C316,317
C318
C92-0628-05
C92-0647-05
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H470J
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP-TAN
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
10UF
3.3UF
100PF
47PF
100PF
10WV
4WV
J
J
J
C321-333
C335-339
C340
C341-344
CC73GCH1H470J
CC73GCH1H470J
CK73GB1E153K
CC73GCH1H470J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
47PF
47PF
0.015UF
47PF
J
J
K
J
CN300
CN301
CN302
CN303
CN304
E40-5891-05
E40-5892-05
E40-5662-05
E40-5887-05
E40-5823-05
FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR (24P)
FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR (14P)
PIN ASSY SOCKET (SP)
PIN ASSY (PTT)
FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR (LCD)
L300,301
L302,303
L304,305
L306,307
L308,309
L92-0141-05
L92-0138-05
L92-0141-05
L92-0138-05
L92-0141-05
FERRITE CHIP
FERRITE CHIP
FERRITE CHIP
FERRITE CHIP
FERRITE CHIP
CP300,301
CP302
CP303
R90-0723-05
R90-0724-05
R90-0724-05
MULTI-COMP
MULTI-COMP
MULTI-COMP
A,B-K2
A,B-K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
47K X2
1K X4
1K X4
A,B-K2
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
TK-480/481
PARTS LIST
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX)
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
R300
R301
R302
R303
R304
RK73GB1J103J
RK73FB2A101J
RK73GB1J470J
RK73GB1J471J
RK73GB1J182J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
100
47
470
1.8K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/10W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
RK73GB1J104J
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J821J
RK73GB1J153J
R92-1252-05
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
100K J
0 OHM
820
J
15K
J
0 OHM
1/16W
R310
R311
R312
R313,314
R315
RK73GB1J331J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J104J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
330
1.0K
100K
1.0K
100K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R316
R317
R318
R319
R320,321
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J472J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J820J
RK73GB1J820J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
47K
4.7K
100K
82
82
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R324
R325
R326
R327
R328
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J124J
RK73GB1J563J
RK73GB1J124J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
1.0K
1.0K
120K
56K
120K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R331
R332
R333
R336
R337
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J272J
RK73GB1J103J
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J472J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
2.7K
10K
0 OHM
4.7K
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
J
1/16W
R338-341
RK73GB1J101J
CHIP R
100
J
1/16W
S301-303
S70-0457-05
TACT SWITCH (PTT)
D300
D302
D303
D304
D315
NNCD6.8G
1SS373
015AZ2.4-X
MA2S111
IMN10
ZENER DIODE
DIODE
ZENER DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
D316
D317
D318
D319-321
IC300
MA2S111
MA2S111
IMN10
015AZ6.8
TDA7053AT
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
ZENER DIODE
IC (AUDIO AMP)
TC74HC4017AF
2SJ243
UPA672T
2SC4617(S)
2SB798(DL,DK)
IC (COUNTER)
FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
Q306
Q307
Q308
Q309
Q310
2SC4617(S)
2SB1132(Q,R)
UPA672T
2SC4617(S)
2SK1824
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
FET
TH300
TN10-3S154JT
THERMISTOR
IC301
Q300
Q301
Q302-304
Q305
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
✽
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) -10 : TK-480
1/16W
1/16W
A,B-K2
Destination
Description
-11 : TK-481
C1,2
C3,4
C5
C6
C7
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1E103K
C92-0507-05
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
0.010UF
100PF
0.010UF
4.7UF
100PF
K
J
K
6.3WV
J
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12,13
CK73GB1E223K
CK73GB1C104K
C92-0507-05
CK73GB1C104K
C92-0507-05
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
0.022UF
0.10UF
4.7UF
0.10UF
4.7UF
K
K
6.3WV
K
6.3WV
C14
C15
C16,17
C18
C19-23
C92-0576-05
CC73GCH1H100D
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
1.0UF
10PF
100PF
0.10UF
100PF
6.3WV
D
J
K
J
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28-30
C92-0507-05
CK73FB1A105K
CK73GB1E123K
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
4.7UF
1.0UF
0.012UF
0.10UF
100PF
6.3WV
K
K
K
J
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
CK73GB1C104K
CK73GB1H472K
CK73GB1H471K
C92-0560-05
CK73GB1C333K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
0.10UF
4700PF
470PF
10UF
0.033UF
K
K
K
6.3WV
K
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
CC73GCH1H820J
C92-0560-05
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H221J
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
82PF
10UF
100PF
220PF
100PF
J
6.3WV
J
J
J
C41
C42
C43
C44
C45
CK73FB1C334K
CK73GB1E103K
C92-0513-05
C92-0662-05
CC73GCH1H220J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
0.33UF
0.010UF
3.3UF
15UF
22PF
K
K
6.3WV
6.3WV
J
C46
C47
C48
C49,50
C51
CC73GCH1H221J
CK73GB1E223K
CC73GCH1H220J
CK73GB1H102K
CK73GB1E223K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
220PF
0.022UF
22PF
1000PF
0.022UF
J
K
J
K
K
C52-54
C55
C56
C57
C58
CK73GB1H102K
CC73GCH1H150J
CK73GB1H222K
CK73GB1E153K
CK73GB1C104K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
1000PF
15PF
2200PF
0.015UF
0.10UF
K
J
K
K
K
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H100D
CC73GCH1H040C
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
10PF
4.0PF
0.010UF
100PF
J
D
C
K
J
C64
C65
C66
C67
C68
CC73GCH1H271J
CK73GB1H103K
CK73GB1C104K
CK73GB1H122J
CC73GCH1H040C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
270PF
0.010UF
0.10UF
1200PF
4.0PF
J
K
K
J
C
C69
C70-72
C73
C92-0559-05
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
6.8UF
0.010UF
100PF
6.3WV
K
J
A,B-K2
A,B-K2
A,B-K2
B-K,K2
B-K,K2
25
TK-480/481
PARTS LIST
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
Address New
parts
Parts No.
Description
Destination
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
C74
C75
C76
C77
C78
CK73GB1C104K
CK73GB1C333K
CK73GB1C104K
CK73GB1H562J
CK73GB1E103K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.10UF
0.033UF
0.10UF
5600PF
0.010UF
K
K
K
J
K
C137
C138
C139
C139
C140
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H030C
CC73GCH1H020C
CK73FB1A105K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
0.010UF
3.0PF
2.0PF
1.0UF
J
K
C
C
K
C79
C80
C81
C82,83
C84
CC73GCH1H121J
CK73GB1C683K
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1H562J
CC73GCH1H150J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
120PF
0.068UF
100PF
5600PF
15PF
J
K
J
J
J
C141
C142,143
C144
C145,146
C147,148
CK73GB1H472K
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1C273K
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73HB1C103K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
4700PF
100PF
0.027UF
100PF
0.010UF
K
J
K
J
K
C85
C86
C87
C88
C89,90
CK73GB1H272J
CK73GB1C333K
CC73GCH1H030C
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1H272J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
2700PF
0.033UF
3.0PF
100PF
2700PF
J
K
C
J
J
C149
C150,151
C152
C153
C154
CC73GCH1H040C
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H020C
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1C104K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
4.0PF
100PF
2.0PF
100PF
0.10UF
C
J
C
J
K
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
CK73GB1E103K
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H151J
CC73GCH1H101J
C92-0504-05
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
0.010UF
0.10UF
150PF
100PF
0.68UF
K
K
J
J
20WV
C155
C156
C157
C158
C159
CC73GCH1H101J
C92-0507-05
CC73GCH1H680J
CC73GCH1H270J
CK73FB1H563K
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
4.7UF
68PF
27PF
0.056UF
J
6.3WV
J
J
K
C95
C96
C96
C97
C98
C92-0003-05
CK73GB1H122K
CK73GB1H102K
CK73GB1H102K
CC73GCH1H030C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.47UF
1200PF
1000PF
1000PF
3.0PF
25WV
K
K
K
C
C160,161
C162
C163
C164,165
C166
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H270J
CK73FB1C474K
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H010C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
27PF
0.47UF
100PF
1.0PF
J
J
K
J
C
C99
C100
C100
C101
C102
CC73GCH1H1R5B
CC73GCH1H391J
CK73GB1H821K
C92-0560-05
CK73GB1C104K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
1.5PF
390PF
820PF
10UF
0.10UF
B
J
K
6.3WV
K
C166
C167
C168
C169-172
C173
CC73GCH1HR75C
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H020C
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H020C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.75PF
100PF
2.0PF
100PF
2.0PF
C
J
C
J
C
C103,104
C105
C106-108
C109
C110
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1C473K
CK73GB1C104K
C92-0507-05
CC73GCH1H1R5B
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
100PF
0.047UF
0.10UF
4.7UF
1.5PF
J
K
K
6.3WV
B
C174
C175
C176
C176
C177
CC73GCH1H1R5C
CC73GCH1H030C
CC73GCH1H010C
CC73GCH1HR75C
CK73GB1C473K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
1.5PF
3.0PF
1.0PF
0.75PF
0.047UF
C
C
C
C
K
C111,112
C113
C114,115
C114,115
C116
CK73GB1C104K
CK73GB1C473K
CK73GB1H472K
CK73GB1H332K
CK73GB1H102K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.10UF
0.047UF
4700PF
3300PF
1000PF
K
K
K
K
K
C178-180
C181,182
C183
C184
C185
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H030C
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
100PF
0.010UF
100PF
3.0PF
100PF
J
K
J
C
J
C117
C118
C119
C120
C121
CC73GCH1H470J
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1HR75C
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1E153K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
47PF
0.010UF
0.75PF
100PF
0.015UF
J
K
C
J
K
C186
C187
C188-191
C192
C193
CC73GCH1H1R5C
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H470J
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H020C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
1.5PF
100PF
47PF
100PF
2.0PF
C
J
J
J
C
C122
C122
C123
C124
C125
CC73GCH1H1R5C
CC73GCH1H030C
C92-0507-05
CK73GB1E103K
CK73GB1H102K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
1.5PF
3.0PF
4.7UF
0.010UF
1000PF
C
C
6.3WV
K
K
C193
C194-199
C200
C201
C202
CC73GCH1H1R5C
CC73GCH1H101J
CK73GB1E103K
CC73GCH1H470J
CK73GB1E103K
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
1.5PF
100PF
0.010UF
47PF
0.010UF
C
J
K
J
K
C126
C127-129
C130
C131
C132
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H100D
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H010C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.10UF
100PF
10PF
100PF
1.0PF
K
J
D
J
C
C203
C204
C205,206
C207
C208,209
CC73GCH1H470J
C92-0003-05
CK73HB1C103K
CK73GB1C104K
CC73GCH1H101J
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
47PF
0.47UF
0.010UF
0.10UF
100PF
J
25WV
K
K
J
C132
C133
C134
C135
C136
CC73GCH1HR75C
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H010B
CC73GCH1H101J
CC73GCH1H030C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
CHIP C
0.75PF
100PF
1.0PF
100PF
3.0PF
C
J
B
J
C
C261,262
C263
CK73HB1C103K
C92-0628-05
CHIP C
CHIP-TAN
0.010UF
10UF
K
10WV
CN1
CN2
E40-5823-05
E40-9517-05
FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR (10P)
PIN ASSY SOCKET (4P)
26
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
TK-480/481
PARTS LIST
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
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Address parts
Parts No.
Description
Destination
CN3
CN4-9
CN10
CN11,12
E40-5890-05
E23-1002-05
E23-0342-05
E23-1002-05
FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR (24P)
TERMINAL
TEST TERMINAL
TERMINAL
F1
F1
F53-0130-05
F53-0217-05
FUSE (3A)
FUSE (3A)
CD1
CF1,2
CF1,2
L1
L3
L79-1072-05
L72-0924-05
L72-0939-05
L92-0149-05
L40-1095-34
TUNING COIL
CERAMIC FILTER (455KHZ)
CERAMIC FILTER (455KHZ)
FERRITE CHIP
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (1UH)
L4
L5
L6,7
L8
L9
L40-4791-37
L92-0138-05
L40-3985-45
L92-0138-05
L40-1075-92
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (4.700UH)
FERRITE CHIP
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (0.39UH)
FERRITE CHIP
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
A-K,K2
L9
L10
L10
L11
L11
L40-6865-92
L40-8265-92
L40-6865-92
L79-1464-05
L79-1466-05
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (6.8NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (8.2NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (6.8NH)
DIELECTRIC FILTER (860MHZ)
DIELECTRIC FILTER (938MHZ)
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
L12
L13,14
L15
L15
L16
L92-0138-05
L40-1075-92
L40-5663-92
L40-2763-92
L92-0138-05
FERRITE CHIP
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (5.6NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (2.7NH)
FERRITE CHIP
L17
L17
L18
L18
L19
L40-1075-92
L40-8265-92
L40-2275-92
L40-6865-92
L40-1075-92
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (8.2NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (22NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (6.8NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
L19
L20
L20
L21
L21
L40-1275-92
L79-1465-05
L79-1467-05
L40-6865-92
L40-5663-92
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (12NH)
DIELECTRIC FILTER (860MHZ)
DIELECTRIC FILTER (938MHZ)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (6.8NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (5.6NH)
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
L22,23
L24
L24
L25
L26
L92-0138-05
L40-6865-92
L40-5663-92
L92-0149-05
L92-0138-05
FERRITE CHIP
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (6.8NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (5.6NH)
FERRITE CHIP
FERRITE CHIP
L27
L28
L29
L30
L30
L40-6875-54
L33-0761-05
L40-1075-92
L79-1468-05
L79-1469-05
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (68NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
FILTER MODULE (870MHZ)
FILTER MODULE (960MHZ)
L31
L32
L34
L34
L35
L33-0760-05
L40-6875-54
L40-8265-92
L40-1075-92
L92-0138-05
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (68NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (8.2NH)
SMALL FIXED INDUCTOR (10NH)
FERRITE CHIP
L53-56
X1
X2
X3
X4
L92-0138-05
L77-1760-15
L77-1699-15
L77-1708-05
L78-0462-05
FERRITE CHIP
CRYSTAL RESONATOR (44.395MHZ)
VCXO (16.8MHZ)
CRYSTAL RESONATOR (3.579545MHZ)
RESONATOR (9.8304MHZ)
XF1
XF1
L71-0501-05
L71-0502-05
MCF (44.85MHZ)
MCF (44.85MHZ)
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
CP1
CP3
CP5
CP6-21
CP22
R90-0718-05
R90-0743-05
R90-0743-05
R90-0741-05
R90-0743-05
MULTI-COMP
4.7K X4
MULTIPLE RESISTOR
MULTIPLE RESISTOR
MULTIPLE RESISTOR
MULTIPLE RESISTOR
CP24
R1,2
R3
R4
R5
R90-0743-05
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J154J
RK73GB1J104J
MULTIPLE RESISTOR
CHIP R
100K J
CHIP R
47K
J
CHIP R
150K J
CHIP R
100K J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R6
R7
R8
R8
R9
RK73GB1J184J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J183J
RK73GB1J273J
RK73GB1J154J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
180K
100K
18K
27K
150K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R10
R11
R11
R12
R13
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J683J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
47K
22K
100K
68K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
RK73GB1J394J
RK73GB1J472J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J332J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
390K
4.7K
100K
47K
3.3K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
RK73GB1J152J
RK73GB1J683J
RK73GB1J154J
RK73GB1J182J
RK73GB1J563J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
1.5K
68K
150K
1.8K
56K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
RK73GB1J124J
RK73GB1J274J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J332J
RK73GB1J222J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
120K
270K
47K
3.3K
2.2K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R28
R29
R29
R31
R32
RK73GB1J220J
RK73GB1J183J
RK73GB1J123J
RK73GB1J472J
R92-1252-05
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
22
18K
12K
4.7K
0 OHM
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R33
R34
R35
R36
R37
RK73GB1J123J
RK73GB1J334J
RK73GB1J101J
RK73GB1J472J
RK73GB1J104J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
12K
330K
100
4.7K
100K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R38
R39
R40
R41
R42,43
RK73GB1J151J
RK73GB1J560J
RK73GB1J272J
RK73GB1J471J
RK73GB1J102J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
150
56
2.7K
470
1.0K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R92-0670-05
RN73GH1J913D
RN73GH1J683D
RN73GH1J913D
RN73GH1J333D
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
0 OHM
91K
68K
91K
33K
D
D
D
D
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R49
R50
R51
R53
R54
RK73GB1J684J
RK73GB1J564J
RK73GB1J331J
RN73GH1J274D
RK73GB1J334J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
680K
560K
330
270K
330K
J
J
J
D
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
27
TK-480/481
PARTS LIST
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
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parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
R55
R56
R57
R58
R59
RN73GH1J913D
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J334J
RN73GH1J682D
RK73GB1J154J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
91K
22K
330K
6.8K
150K
D
J
J
D
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R112
R113
R113
R114
R115
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J101J
RK73GB1J220J
RK73GB1J152J
RK73GB1J681J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
100
22
1.5K
680
R60
R61
R62
R63
R64
RK73GB1J101J
RK73GB1J155J
RK73GB1J101J
RN73GH1J683D
RK73GB1J474J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
100
1.5M
100
68K
470K
J
J
J
D
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R116
R117
R118
R120
R121
R92-1368-05
RK73GB1J470J
R92-1252-05
RK73HB1J102J
RK73GB1J473J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
0 OHM
47
J
0 OHM
1.0K
J
47K
J
1/16W
1/16W
R65
R66
R67,68
R69
R69
RK73GB1J560J
RN73GH1J682D
RK73GB1J101J
RK73GB1J153J
RK73GB1J223J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
56
6.8K
100
15K
22K
J
D
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R122
R123
R124,125
R126
R127-129
R92-1252-05
RK73HB1J102J
RK73HB1J473J
RK73GB1J103J
RK73EB2ER39K
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
0 OHM
1.0K
47K
10K
0.39
J
J
J
K
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/4W
R70
R71
R72
R72
R73
RK73GB1J153J
RK73GB1J224J
RK73GB1J152J
RK73GB1J222J
RK73GB1J103J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
15K
220K
1.5K
2.2K
10K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R130-135
R136,137
R138
R139
R140
RN73GH1J154D
RK73GB1J271J
RK73HB1J103J
R92-1368-05
RK73GB1J103J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
150K
270
10K
0 OHM
10K
D
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
J
1/16W
R74
R75
R76
R77
R78
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J152J
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J153J
RK73GB1J102J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
22K
1.5K
10K
15K
1.0K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R141,142
R143
R144
R145
R146
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J105J
RK73GB1J473J
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J222J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
100K
1.0M
47K
0 OHM
2.2K
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
J
1/16W
R79
R80
R80
R81
R82
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J394J
RK73GB1J684J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J333J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
47K
390K
680K
1.0K
33K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
A-K,K2
R147
R148
R149
R150
R151
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J223J
RK73HB1J473J
RK73HB1J102J
RK73GB1J102J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
0 OHM
22K
47K
1.0K
1.0K
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R82
R83
R84
R85
R86
RK73GB1J393J
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J681J
RK73GB1J154J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
39K
0 OHM
47K
680
150K
J
1/16W
B-K,K2
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R152
R153
R154
R155
R156
RK73GB1J332J
RK73GB1J123J
RK73GB1J221J
RK73GB1J101J
RK73GB1J103J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
3.3K
12K
220
100
10K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R87
R88
R89
R90
R91
RK73GB1J470J
RK73GB1J220J
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J104J
RK73GB1J100J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
47
22
10K
100K
10
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R157
R158
R159,160
R161,162
R163
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73GB1J184J
RK73GB1J104J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
1.0K
22K
1.0K
180K
100K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R92,93
R94
R95
R96
R97
RK73GB1J150J
RK73GB1J272J
RK73GB1J150J
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J104J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
15
2.7K
15
22K
100K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R164
R165
R165
R166
R167
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J150J
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J123J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
47K
15
0 OHM
10K
12K
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
R98
R99
R100
R100
R101
RK73GB1J184J
RK73GB1J121J
RK73GB1J820J
RK73GB1J221J
RK73GB1J223J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
180K
120
82
220
22K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R168
R169
R170
R171
R200-207
RK73GB1J333J
RK73GB1J223J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J823J
RK73HB1J102J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
33K
22K
47K
82K
1.0K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R102
R103
R104
R105
R106
RK73GB1J182J
RK73GB1J102J
RK73HB1J102J
RK73GB1J122J
RK73GB1J473J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
1.8K
1.0K
1.0K
1.2K
47K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R211
R218
R248
R250
R259
RK73HB1J103J
RK73HB1J473J
R92-1252-05
R92-1252-05
R92-1252-05
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
J
47K
J
0 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
1/16W
1/16W
R107
R108
R109
R110
R111
RK73GB1J103J
RK73GB1J682J
RK73GB1J470J
RK73GB1J473J
RK73GB1J223J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
10K
6.8K
47
47K
22K
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R276
R297,298
R408
R417
R418
R92-1252-05
RK73HB1J473J
RK73HB1J473J
RK73GB1J474J
RK73GB1J104J
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
CHIP R
0 OHM
47K
47K
470K
100K
28
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
1/16W
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
B-K,K2
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
TK-480/481
PARTS LIST
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX)
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Destination
Description
R419-422
R423
R92-1252-05
RK73GB1J473J
CHIP R
CHIP R
D1
D2
D3
D4,5
D6
1SR154-400
MA2S111
MA742
MA2S077
UDZS4.7B
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
ZENER DIODE
D7
D8
D9,10
D11
D12
HVU131
MA2S111
MA2S077
MA742
MA2S111
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
D17,18
IC1
IC2
IC3
IC4
DA221
TA75W01FU
RN5VL42C
TC75W51FU
M62364FP
DIODE
IC (BUFFER AMP)
IC (VOLTAGE DETECTOR/RESET)
IC (SUMMING AMP)
IC (D/A CONVERTER)
IC5
IC6
IC7
IC8
IC9
S-81350HG-KD
NJU7201U50
TK11250BM
TC75W51FU
TA31136FN
IC (VOLTAGE REGULATOR/5M)
IC (VOLTAGE REGULATOR/5V)
IC (VOLTAGE REGULATOR/5C)
IC (BUFFER AMP)
IC (FM IF SYSTEM)
IC10
IC11
IC12
IC13
IC14
TA75W01FU
SA7025DK
TC35453F
LC73872M
KCH31
IC (ACTIVE FILTER)
IC (PLL SYSTEM)
IC (AUDIO PROCESSOR)
IC (DTMF DECODER)
HIC (VCO SYSTEM)
KCH32
30622M8A-4F9GP
AT2408N10SI2.5
AT29C020-90TI
W29C020C90
HIC (VCO SYSTEM)
IC (MICROPROCESSOR)
IC (EEPROM)
IC (AND GATE)
IC (AND GATE)
IC18,19
IC21
IC23
IC30
IC30
BU4094BCFV
NJM2904V
TA75S01F
M68757L
M68757H
IC (SHIFT REGISTER)
IC (COMPARATOR)
IC (ACTIVE FILTER)
IC (POWER MODULE)
IC (POWER MODULE)
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
Q1
Q2
Q3,4
Q5
Q5
2SJ243
2SA1832(GR)
2SC4617(S)
2SC4619
2SC5108(Y)
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
3SK318
2SK1824
2SC5108(Y)
3SK274
2SC5108(Y)
FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q15
Q16
2SC4988
2SK1824
DTC114EE
DTA144EE
DTC114EE
TRANSISTOR
FET
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
Q17
Q18
Q19
Q20
Q21-23
2SC5108(Y)
2SK1824
2SC4617(S)
DTC144EE
2SK1824
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
FET
TH2
157-503-65001
THERMISTOR
IC14
IC15
IC16
IC17
IC17
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10,11
A : TK-480 (K,K2)
B : TK-481 (K,K2)
✽
✽
✽
✽
0 OHM
47K
J
Ref. No.
New
Address parts
Parts No.
Description
Destination
1/16W
B-K,K2
A-K,K2
B-K,K2
29
TK-480/481
EXPLODED VIEW
A
B
37
6
36
1
22x2
23
1
38
21x2
46
18
40
39
31
25
Ex2
MIC300
Display unit (A/2)
Ex2
E
5
16
E
54
62
E
2
55
A
B
C
D
E
F
E
E
E
68
D
D
M2.6 x 5
M2.6 x 10
M2.6 x 6
M2 x 5
M2 x 2.5
: N14-0569-04
: N30-2605-46
: N30-2610-46
: N67-2606-46
: N83-2005-46
: N79-2025-46
57
703
15
TX-RX unit
Ex2
E
When you repair or
exchange the display
unit, please exchange
the sheet (24) as well.
56
63
65
A
44
64
51
Bx2
33
26
12
F
63
17
34
3
A
52
24
Display unit
(B/2)
49
2
When you repair or exchange
the square socket (19), please
exchange FPC (34) as well.
701 (Chassis)
64
C
C
F
19
51
10
61
30
66
S/No. label
Parts with the exploded numbers larger than 700 are not supplied.
TK-480/481
PACKING
C
D
50 Battery assy
(W09-0900-35)
1
7 Warranty card
(B46-0470-00)
Insulation sheet
9 Instruction manual
(B62-1483-00)
4 Cap (SP/MIC)
(B09-0363-03)
42 Screw set
(N99-2004-05)
28 Packing fixture
(H12-3014-02)
2
32 Hook
(J29-0658-05)
3
47 Whip antenna
(T90-0636-25) : TK-480
(T90-0640-25) : TK-481
29 Item carton case
(H52-1096-12) : TK-480
(H52-1097-12) : TK-481
31
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
Test Equipment Required for Alignment
Test Equipment
1. Standard Signal Generator
(SSG)
2. Power Meter
3. Deviation Meter
4. Digital Volt Meter
(DVM)
5. Oscilloscope
6. High Sensitivity
Frequency Counter
7. Ammeter
8. AF Volt Meter
(AF VTVM)
9. Audio Generator (AG)
10. Distortion Meter
11. Voltmeter
Frequency Range
Modulation
Output
Input Impedance
Operation Frequency
Measurement Capability
Frequency Range
Measuring Range
Input Impedance
Frequency Range
Frequency Stability
Frequency Range
Voltage Range
Frequency Range
Output
Capability
Input Level
Measuring Range
Input Impedance
12. 16Ω Dummy Load
13. Regulated Power Supply
Major Specifications
800 to 950MHz
Frequency modulation and external modulation
0.1µV to greater than 1mV
50Ω
800 to 950MHz or more
Vicinity of 10W
800 to 950MHz
10mV to 10V DC
High input impedance for minimum circuit loading
DC through 30MHz
10Hz to 1000MHz
0.2ppm or less
5A
50Hz to 10kHz
1mV to 10V
50Hz to 5kHz or more
0 to 1V
3% or less at 1kHz
50mV to 10Vrms
10mV to 10V DC or less
50kΩ/V or greater
Approx. 16Ω, 3W
5V to 10V, approx. 5A
Useful if ammeter requipped
■ The following parts are required for adjustment
1. Antenna connector adapter
Caution
The antenna connector of this radio uses an SMA terminal.
Use an antenna connector adapter [SMA(f) – BNC(f) or
SMA(f) – N(f)] for adjustment. (The adapter is not provided
as an option, so buy a commercially-available one.)
1. When connecting the plug to the universal connector of
the radio, a short circuit may occur. To prevent this, be
sure to turn the radio POWER switch off.
2. Since the RX AF output is a BTL output, there is a DC
component. Isolate this with a capacitor or transformer
as shown in the figure.
3. Do not connct an instrument between red or black and
GND.
Note
When the antenna connector adapter touches the knob,
draw out the knob to mount the connector.
• Universal connector
2. Universal connector
Use the interface cable (KPG-36) for PC tuning or the lead
wire with plug (E30-3287-18) and screw (N08-0535-08) for
panel tuning. Connct the plug to the universal connector of
the radio and tighten the screw.
The lead wire with plug (E30-3287-18) and screw (N080535-08) terminals are as follows. Numbers are universal
connector terminal numbers.
1: SSW
2: SP+
3: SP–
4: MSW
5: EMC
6: ME
7: PTT
9: NC
32
8: PF
10: E
11: 5M
12: TXD
13: RXD
14: NC
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
• Panel tuning
Repair Jig (Chassis)
Use jig (part No. : W05-0825-00) for repairing the TK-480/
481.
2: RED (RX AF OUTPUT)
3: BLACK (RX AF OUTPUT)
The jig facilitates the voltage check and protects the
module when the voltage on the flow side of the TX-RX unit
is checked during repairs.
5: WHITE (MIC INPUT)
SCREW
Battery terminal (+)
6: BROWN (MIC GND)
TUBE
7: BLUE (PTT SW) GND → ON
Power
module
8: YELLOW (PF SW)
TX-RX unit
10: BROWN (GND)
11: GREEN (5M)
BLU (7)
To Radio
PTT SW
BRN (10)
100µ 10V
RED (2)
Jig
+
16Ω
AF Voltmeter
+
100µ 10V
BLK (3)
WHT
(5) +
10µ 10V
BRN (6)
Audio generator
How to Remove the Flat Cable
• PC tuning
Connect the wires to the PCB in the connector case of
interface cable.
For output the wires out of the connector case, need to
process the connector case.
1. Gently draw out both sides of the connector lever uniformly in the direction of the arrow with tweezers.
(CN300, CN301)
Tweezers
KPG-36
Flat cable
Lever
2. Gently prise up the connector lever in the direction of the
arrow with a fine regular screwdriver or tweezers.
(CN1, CN3, CN304)
Remove the
screw
PCB layout
Connector case
16Ω
Regular screwdriver
100µ 10 V
+
100µ 10 V
+
AF voltmeter
10µ 10 V
+
Audio generator
Flat cable
Lever
Shield
33
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
• Sub LCD indicator
Test Mode
“FCN”
■ Test mode operating features
This transceiver has a test mode. To enter test mode,
press [A] key and turn power on. Hold [A] key until test
channel No. and test signalling No. appears on LCD. Test
mode can be inhibited by programming. To exit test mode,
switch the power on again. The following functions are available in test mode.
Controls
[AUX]
[MON]
[LAMP]
“FCN” appears
Used when making a
“FCN” not appears
TX
935.0250
896.0250
2
851.5500
806.5500
935.0500
896.0500
Monitor ON and OFF.
Monitor ON and OFF.
3
860.0000
815.0000
938.0000
899.0000
Lights the lamp for five
Unused.
4
860.5000
815.5000
938.0250
899.0250
seconds.
5
865.9875
820.9875
939.9875
900.9875
Lighting is extended for
6
869.4000
824.4000
940.4000
901.4000
a further five seconds by
7
869.9000
824.9000
940.9000
901.9000
pressing any key while
8
855.4000
810.4000
936.2500
897.2500
9
865.6000
820.6000
939.3000
900.3000
10
867.5000
822.5000
936.7500
897.7500
11~16
–
–
–
–
Function OFF
Function ON.
[B]
Compander function
RF power HIGH and
ON and OFF.
LOW.
Beat shift ON and OFF
Changes group.
[0] to [9],
Used as the DTMF
Used as the DTMF
and [#],
keypad. If a key is
keypad. If a key is
Signalling
Group No.
1
RX
None
TX
None
2
None
100Hz square
3
LTR data
LTR data
pressed during trans-
pressed during trans-
mission, the DTMF
mission, the DTMF
4
QT 67.0Hz
QT 67.0Hz
corresponding to the
5
QT 151.4Hz
QT 151.4Hz
key that was pressed
key that was pressed
6
QT 210.7Hz
QT 210.7Hz
is sent. (keypad model)
is sent. (keypad model)
7
QT 250.3Hz
QT 250.3Hz
Changes system.
Changes system.
8
DQT D023N
DQT D023N
9
DQT D754I
DQT D754I
corresponding to the
Note : If a [S], [A], [B], [C] key is pressed during transmission, the DTMF corresponding to the key that was pressed
is sent.
• LCD indicator
Unused
Lights at Compander ON.
Lights at RF Power Low.
Unused
Lights at moniter ON.
Unused
Lights at MSK 2400 bps.
• LED indicator
Red LED
Green LED
34
RX (TX : TA)
806.0500
a transmission.
[A]
“SCN”
“ ”
“LO”
“P”
“MON”
“SVC”
“ ”
TX
851.0500
Unused.
mode.
[ENCODER]
RX (TX : TA)
Unused
2400 bps
*
TK-481
transmission.
Sets to the Tuning
[ ]
TK-480
SYS No.
1
MSK 1200 bps and
[C]
The set has been adjusted for the frequencies shown in
the following table. When required. re-adjust them following
the adjustment procedure to obtain the frequencies you
want in actual operation.
Used when making
the lamp is lit.
[S]
■ Frequency and signalling
Frequency (MHz)
• Controls
[PTT]
Appears at Function ON.
Lights during transmission. Blinks at the
low battery voltage warning.
Lights when there is a carrier.
10
DTMF DEC, (159D)
DTMF DEC, (159D)
11
None
DTMF tone 9
12
None
None
13
Single tone 1200Hz
Single tone 1200Hz
14
None
MSK
15
MSK code
MSK code
• Preparations for tuning the transceiver
Before attempting to tune the transceiver, connect the
unit to a suitable power supply.
Whenever the transmitter is turned, the unit must be
connected to a suitable dummy load (i.e. power meter).
The speaker output connector must be terminated with a
16Ω dummy load and connected to an AC voltmeter and an
audio distortion meter or a SINAD measurement meter at all
times during tuning.
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
■ Tuning mode
• Transceiver tuning
(To place transceiver in tuning mode)
Panel test mode
System appears on LCD. Set system according to tuning
requirements.
System/Group No.
LCD display (Test mode)
[S]
1 –
1
[S]
[S]
System No.
Group No.
[S]
Press [S], now in tuning mode. Use [ B] button to write
tuning data through tuning modes, and channel selector
knob to adjust tuning requirements (1 to 256 appears on
LCD).
Use [C ] button to select the adjustment item through
tuning modes. Use [A] button to adjust 3 point tuning.
[S]
[S]
[S]
[S]
FREQ : Frequency adj.
[C]
HPOW : High power
[C]
THPW : High power (T/A)
[C]
LPW : Low power
[C]
TLPW : Low power (T/A)
[C]
BAL : DQT balance
[C]
MAX : Max deviation
[C]
L MAX
[C]
C MAX
[C]
[A]
[C]
LCD display (Tuning mode)
[S]
1
F REQ
Adjustment item
[S] NMAX : Max deviation (NPSPAC)
(TK-480)
Adjustment (1~256)
[S]
3-point tuning frequency (MHz)
Test CH
Low
[S]
TK-480
TMAX : Max deviation (T/A)
[C]
TK-481
RX
TX
RX
TX
851.05000
806.05000
935.02500
896.02500
Center
860.50000
815.50000
938.02500
899.02500
High
869.90000
824.90000
940.90000
901.90000
[S]
[S]
[S]
[S]
Adjustment Points
[S]
TX-RX unit (X57-5630-XX) Component side view
[S]
[C]
L TMAX
[C]
C TMAX
[C]
[A]
[A]
H TMAX
[C]
L NMAX
[A]
[A]
H MAX
[C]
C NMAX
[C]
[A]
H NMAX
[C]
FQT : Fine QT
[C]
FDQT : Fine DQT
[C]
FLTR : LTR
[C]
DTMF : DTMF deviation
[C]
FMSK : MSK deviation
[C]
TONE : Tone deviation
[C]
SQL : Squelch
[C]
BATT : Battery
IC30
[C]
VC
IC14
35
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
Common Section
Measurement
Item
Condition
1. Setting
1) BATT terminal voltage : 7.5V
Standard modulation
MOD : 1kHz
DEV : ± 3kHz (TK-480)
± 1.5kHz (TK-481)
2. VCO lock
voltage
1) SYS – GRP : 1 – 1
Testequipment
Unit
Power meter TX-RX
DVM
Terminal
Adjustment
Unit
Parts
VC
Method
Check
2) SYS – GRP : 7 – 1
PTT : ON
Specifications/Remarks
0.5V or more.
4.3V or less.
3) SYS – GRP : 7 – 1
TA mode : ON
PTT : ON
Transmitter Section
Measurement
Item
1. Frequency
adjustment
Condition
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select FREQ ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
2. Maximum
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
power check
Select HPOW 256
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
3. TX high
power
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select HPOW ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
4. TX T/A
high power
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select THPW ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
Testequipment
Unit
f. counter Panel
Terminal
ANT
Adjustment
Unit
Panel
Power meter
Ammeter
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select LPW ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
7. TX T/A
low power
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select TLPW ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
8. TX low
1) SYS – GRP : 1 – ✽, 7 – ✽
power check
Low power (Press [B] key)
TA mode : OFF and ON
(Press [A] key, then [C] key)
PTT : ON
36
Method
Encoder TK-480
knob
: 815.500MHz
TK-481
: 899.025MHz
Check
Panel
Specifications/Remarks
± 100Hz
3.0W or more
ANT
Panel
5. TX high
1) SYS – GRP : 1 – ✽, 7 – ✽
power check
TA mode : OFF and ON
(Press [A] key, then [C] key)
PTT : ON
6. TX low
power
adjustment
Parts
Encoder 2.5W
knob
Check
± 0.1W
1.7A or less
2.0~3.0W
1.7A or less
Panel
Encoder 1.0W
knob
Check
± 0.1W
1.2A or less
0.5~1.5W
1.2A or less
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
Measurement
Item
Condition
9. DQT BAL
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select BAL ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 3kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
Testequipment
Unit
Power meter Panel
Deviation
meter
Oscilloscope
Terminal
ANT
Adjustment
Unit
Panel
Parts
Method
Specifications/Remarks
Encoder Make the demoduknob
lation waves into
square waves.
AG
AF VTVM
TK-480 : 3.8kHz
TK-481 : 1.75kHz
(According to the
larger +, –.)
±50Hz
1) SYS – GRP : 10 – ✽
Select NMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
AG : 1kHz/150mV
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
Adjustment item
L NMAX ✽ ✽ ✽ →C NMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
→H NMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
PTT : ON
TK-480 : 2.9kHz
(According to the
larger +, –.)
±50Hz
13. MIC
sensitivity
check
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – 1
AG : 1kHz/15mV (TK-480)
AG : 1kHz/8mV (TK-481)
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
Check
TK-480 : 2.2~3.6kHz
TK-481 : 0.6~1.0kHz
14. T/A MIC
sensitivity
check
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – 1
TA mode : ON
(Press [A] key, then [C] key)
AG : 1kHz/15mV (TK-480)
AG : 1kHz/8mV (TK-481)
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
10. MAX DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select MAX ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
AG : 1kHz/150mV
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
Adjustment item
L MAX ✽ ✽ ✽ →C MAX ✽ ✽ ✽
→H MAX ✽ ✽ ✽
PTT : ON
11. T/A MAX
DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select TMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
AG : 1kHz/150mV
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
Adjustment item
L TMAX ✽ ✽ ✽ →C TMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
→H TMAX ✽ ✽ ✽
PTT : ON
12. NPSPAC
MAX DEV
adjustment
Universal
37
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
Measurement
Item
Condition
15. QT DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
MIC input : OFF
Select FQT ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 3kHz
HPF : 50Hz
De-emphasis : 750µs
PTT : ON
Testequipment
Unit
Power meter Panel
Deviation
meter
Oscilloscope
Terminal
ANT
Adjustment
Unit
Panel
Parts
Method
Encoder TK-480 : 0.75kHz
knob
TK-481 : 0.45kHz
Specifications/Remarks
± 0.05kHz
AG
AF VTVM
16. DQT DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select FDQT ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 3kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
17.LTR DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select FLTR ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 3kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
TK-480 : 1.00kHz
TK-481 : 0.75kHz
± 0.10kHz : TK-480
± 0.05kHz : TK-481
18. DTMF DEV 1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
adjustment
Select DTMF ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
TK-480 : 3.00kHz
TK-481 : 1.50kHz
± 0.15kHz : TK-480
± 0.10kHz : TK-481
2.5kHz
± 0.1kHz
19. MSK DEV
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select FMSK ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
20. TONE DEV 1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
adjustment
Select TONE ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
Deviation meter filter setting
LPF : 15kHz
HPF : OFF
PTT : ON
21. BATT
detection
writing
38
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select BATT ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
PTT : ON
After pressing the
BATT terminal voltage : 6.2V
PTT switch, confirm
that one predetermined numeric in
the range 1 to 256
appears and then
press [B] key.
That numeric will be
stored in memory.
TK-480/481
ADJUSTMENT
Measurement
Item
22. BATT
detection
check
Condition
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – 1
BATT terminal voltage : 5.7V
PTT : ON
2) BATT terminal voltage : 6.5V
PTT : ON
Testequipment
Unit
Power meter Panel
Deviation
meter
Oscilloscope
Terminal
ANT
Adjustment
Unit
Panel
Parts
Method
Encoder Check
knob
Specifications/Remarks
Can not transmit.
LED (TX) blinks.
Transmit
AG
AF VTVM
Note : When the CPU is changed these adjustment values will become suitable values for NPSPAC, the deviations except MAX DEV in NPSPAC band
are automatically adjusted.
Receiver Section
Measurement
Item
1. Sensitivity
check
Condition
1) SYS – GRP : 1 – 1
SSG output : –116dBm
MOD : 1kHz
DEV : ± 3kHz (TK-480)
:± 1.5kHz (TK-481)
2. Squelch
adjustment
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – ✽
Select SQL ✽ ✽ ✽
in tuning mode.
SSG output : 3dB below to
12dB SINAD level
3. Squelch
check
1) SYS – GRP : 4 – 1
SSG output : 12dB SINAD level
See Note.
2) SSG output : OFF
Testequipment
SSG
Unit
Panel
Terminal
Adjustment
Unit
ANT
Parts
Method
Check
Specifications/Remarks
12dB SINAD or more.
AF VTVM
Oscilloscope
Distortion
meter
Panel
Encoder Adjust to point of
knob
closing squelch.
Check
Squelch must be opened.
Squelch must be closed.
Note : When squelch is adjusted, the microcomputer simultaneously reads and writes the RSSI level. Do not write adjustment values without the SSG
connected.
39
TK-480/481
TERMINAL FUNCTION
CN No. Pin No. Name I/O
Function
CN No. Pin No. Name I/O
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) : TX-RX section
CN1
PTT
O
PTT signal output.
1
B
O
Power input after passing through the fuse.
9
NC
–
Not use.
2
B
O
Power input after passing through the fuse.
10
CS
I
LCD driver chip select input.
3
SB
I
Power output after power switch.
11
AM
I
4
SB
I
Power output after power switch.
5
5M
O
5V.
12
5M
I
5V.
6
VOL
I
Volume level input for audio control.
13
GND
–
GND
7
E
–
GND
14
KI2
O
KEY output
8
EN2
I
Encoder pulse input.
15
KI1
O
KEY output
9
E
–
GND
16
KRS
I
Key scan IC reset input
EN1
I
Encoder pulse input.
17
DT
I
Data input for LCD driver/decade counter.
10
Audio mute signal input.
Mute:”L”, Unmute:”H”
CN2
1
MON
I
Normally;5V, MON when connected GND.
18
TXD
I
Serial control signal input.
for X54-
2
LAMP
I
Normally;5V, LAMP when connected GND.
19
RXD
O
Serial control signal output.
Clock data input.
SW
3
PTT
I
Normally;5V, transmit when connected GND.
20
CK
I
section
4
GND
–
GND
21
PF
O
External PF signal output.
CN3
1
AF
O
Audio output.
22
NC
–
Not use.
2
AFE
–
Audio GND.
23
AFE
–
Audio GND.
for
3
NC
–
Not use.
X54-
4
PF
I
External PF signal input.
AF
I
Audio input.
1
SSW
I
EXT/INT speaker switch input.
Display
5
CK
O
unit
6
RXD
I
Clock data output.
2
SP+
O
BTL output + for external speaker.
Serial control signal input.
3
SP-
O
BTL output - for external speaker.
7
TXD
8
DT
O
Serial control signal output.
4
MSW
I
EXT/INT MIC switch input.
O
Data output for LCD driver/decade counter.
5
EMC
I
External microphone input.
9
KRS
O
Key scan IC reset output.
6
ME
–
External microphone ground.
KI1
I
KEY input
7
PTT
I
External PTT input.
11
KI2
I
KEY input
8
PF
I
Programmable function key input.
12
GND
-
GND
9
NC
–
Not use.
13
5M
O
5V.
10
E
–
GND
14
AM
O
Audio mute signal output.
11
5M
O
5V output
Mute:”L”, Unmute:”H”
12
TXD
O
Serial data output.
15
CS
O
LCD driver chip select output.
13
RXD
I
Serial data input.
16
NC
–
Not use.
17
PTT
I
PTT signal input.
CN302
14
NC
–
Not use
1
SP
O
Output for internal speaker.
2
E
–
GND
1
NC
–
Not use.
18
AUX
I
AUX key input.
19
LR
O
TX LED control. Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
20
LG
O
RX LED control. Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
2
LEDK
I
Backlight LED control.
21
LBL
O
Backlight LED control.
3
LEDA
O
Backlight LED control.
Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
4
VCI
O
LCD power supply.
22
ME
–
MIC GND.
5
SOD
O
Serial data output for LCD driver.
23
MIC
I
MIC signal input.
6
SID
I
Serial data input for LCD driver.
24
SB
O
Power output after power switch.
7
SCLK
O
Clock data output for LCD driver.
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX A/2) : DISPLAY section
8
CS
O
LCD driver chip select output.
9
Vcc
O
5V
10
GND
–
GND
CN300
1
for
X57-
4
unit
24
CN301
10
CN304
SB
I
2
MIC
O
MIC signal output.
3
ME
–
MIC GND.
LBL
I
Backlight LED control.
CN303
1
MON
O
Normally;5V, MON when connected GND.
Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
for x57-
2
LAMP
O
Normally;5V, LAMP when connected GND.
TX-RX
40
Function
8
Power input after power switch.
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX B/2) : SW section
5
LG
I
RX LED control. Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
TX-RX
3
PTT
O
Normally;5V, transmit when connected GND.
6
LR
I
TX LED control. Normally:0V, lighting:5V.
unit
4
GND
–
GND
7
AUX
O
AUX key output.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
TK-480/481
PC BOARD VIEWS
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX) -10 : K -11 : K2 Component side view
1
2
J72-0517-22
S301
MON
S303
LAMP
S302
PTT
3
4
SP– 2
SP+ 1
C329
C337
C338
C330
LCD ASSY
5
CN302
C
6
#
9
D306
C317
C316
C336
3
6
D310
D308
B
7
2
5
8
0
8
A
D309
D307
D305
9
1
4
*
7
S
D301
10
+
–
MIC300
11
J72-0517-22
Ref No. Address
D301
10A
D305
9K
D306
6K
D307
9N
D308
7N
D309
9Q
D310
7Q
41
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
12
Foil side
13
42
14
A
1
B
C
TK-480/481
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
PC BOARD VIEWS
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX) -10 : K -11 : K2 Foil side view
2
J72-0517-22
CN303
1
4
MON
PTT
4
LAMP
GND
3
J72-0517-22
R300
Q300
C327
1
SP–
SSW
EMC
NC
PTT
C326 C335
SP+
MSW
PF
ME
5M
C301
L300
SP–
AUX
S300
D303
VCC
10
SCLK
SOD
1
LEDA
NC
CN304
GND
CS
SID
VCI
L303
LEDK
C314
R327
R337
CS C323
C324
+MIC
C325
C321
C322
C308
C315
R328
L307
R333
R336
TH300
R319
L306
R317
+
R326
Q303
R310
C305
+
MIC
R307
–
Q302
12
13
43
E
R313
B
SP+
Q306
C310
R321
11
C
ME
PTT
R341
Q309
C313
E
SSW
+ C302
R340
L301
+
D304
Q307
R320
Q305
C E
C341 C342
Q304
C304
C309
10
R308
CP302
C311 R309
R316
D316
CP303
RXD
CP301
D302
D318
9 D315
8
D317
9
R303
R305
9
8
B
NC
IC300
C343
IC301
8
EMC
R304
C344
1
16
G
D
S
TXD
16
14
Q308
16
34
C307
1
L308
C332
R314
Q310
7
C339
16
34
R315
C318
C312
L302
R332
MSW
L304 C333
R318
R331
C340
D320
Q301
D321
R302
CN301
R338 C331 C328
D300
SB
5M
L305
R324
L309
R339
R325
6
R306
AM
R301
R311 R312
1
SB
MIC
ME
LBL
LG
LR
AUX
PTT
NC
CS
AM
5M
GND
KI2
KI1
KRS
DT
TXD
RXD
CK
PF
NC
AE
AF
24
CP300
D319
CN300
5
14
Q
44
Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address
IC300
7I
Q306
11H
D304
10H
IC301
8G
Q307
11H
D315
9G
Q300
5P
Q308
7H
D316
9G
Q301
6H
Q309
9J
D317
9F
Q302
11R
Q310
7G
D318
9F
Q303
10R
D300
6M
D319
5L
Q304
9H
D302
9G
D320
6I
Q305
9H
D303
9I
D321
4P
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Foil side
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
TK-480/481
PC BOARD VIEWS
DISPLAY UNIT (X54-3210-XX) -10 : K -11 : K2 Component side view + Foil side
2
J72-0517-22
CN303
4
1
PTT
GND
LAMP
S303
LAMP
S302
PTT
MON
S301
MON
1
3
4
C330
61
D310
C312
1
7
IC301
5
8
0
8
8
Q307
E
B
9
4
*
7
10
R320
C310
Q306
C
CP303
D309
CP302
1
D307 D317
D318
9 D315
D316
C309
D304
R317
2
D302
L307
R336
C304
S
C308
45
C318
CP301
+
C313
L306
R319
Q305
C B
R316
R308
Q304
E
R332
16
C343
A
C341 C342
C311 R309
D303
D305
R313
Q302
MIC300
R333
–
C321
C322
TH300
R307
+MIC
C325
R328
+
CN304
C315
C305
R326
+
R327
Q303
8
Q309
C314
R310
L303
1
D301
10
C323 CS
C324
NC
LEDK
LEDA
VCI
SOD
SID
SCLK
CS
VCC
GND
R337
R315
C344
IC300
L300
C340
Q310
G
D
S
L301
SP–
6
R324
R331
34
B
9
SP+
1
16
16
#
9
R325
5M
C307
43
6
D308 L302
R314
24
Q301
Q308
R341
CP300
AM
SB
R318
R340
AUX
3
R306
D320
MSW
L305
L308
5
AF
AE
NC
PF
CK
RXD
TXD
DT
KRS
KI1
KI2
GND
5M
AM
CS
NC
PTT
AUX
LR
LG
LBL
ME
MIC
SB
L309
L304 C333
C301
S300
D306
PTT
C
R312 R311
D300
R338
CN300
1
R339
C331
C328
C332
C317
C316
CN301
R301
LCD ASSY
D319
CN302
14
ME
1
SSW
NC
RXD
TXD
5M
E
NC
C336
PF
PTT
ME
EMC
MSW
C337
SP–
SP+
SSW
Q300
C327
C302 +
C338
R305
C326 C335
R304
R303
C329
R302
EMC
C339
R300
SP– 2
SP+ 1
D321
R321
Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address
IC300
7K
Q306
11L
D303
9K
D315
9M
IC301
8N
Q307
11L
D304
10L
D316
9M
Q300
5D
Q308
7L
D305
9K
D317
9N
Q301
6L
Q309
9J
D306
6K
D318
9N
Q302
11B
Q310
7M
D307
9N
D319
5H
Q303
10B
D300
6G
D308
7N
D320
6K
Q304
9L
D301
10A
D309
9Q
D321
4D
Q305
9L
D302
9M
D310
7Q
11
J72-0517-22
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
12
Foil side
13
Connect 1 and 4
46
14
A
1
2
B
C
D
TK-480/481
E
F
G
H
R419
R420
R5
LAMP
N
O
P
Q
R
S
VC
8
C6
C175
EN1
E
EN2
E
VOL
5M
SB
SB
+B
+B
D10 C176
10
CN1
1
D9 C168
L28
R127
R128
R129
C134
R137
L27
R136
C167
C1
C2
C3
R156
L32
C169
C163
C154
C155
C143
C7
3
C22
C19
R1
+ C12
C16
D2
4
1
C4
IC2
C68
R17
R2
5
R10
C8
C61
XF1
R51
UPA672T
L29
CD1
2SC4988
R103
R49
Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address
IC1
4H
IC14
6K
D7
5P
IC2
8R
IC30
3O
D9
6Q
IC3
7F
Q5
9L
D10
6R
IC4
5G
Q7
5F
D17
9G
IC5
9S
Q22
6F
D18
9F
IC8
7I
D2
9R
IC10
7I
D6
5M
DA221
2SJ243
2SK1824
S-81350HG-KD
O
47
Q5
R40
3SK274
C40
4
CF2
13
3SK318
C174
J72-0812-02
12
MA742
C156
IC14
6
2SB798
C166
C37
4
C28
R16
D17
IMN10
C62
C55
D18
2SB1132
D6
R99
C53
L4
IC8
1
R54
CF1
10
DTA144EE
DTC114EE
DTC144EE
2SA1832
2SC4617
2SC4619
2SC5108
C160
L31
L11
9
DI/ANI
L25
L30
L20
24
1
CN3
TXAI/MUTE
+
D7
ANT
5
8
4
R21
IC10
5
C79
R57
C75
SB
MIC
ME
LBL
LG
LR
AUX
PTT
NC
CS
AM
5M
GND
KI2
KI1
KRS
DT
TXD
RXD
CK
PF
NC
AFE
AF
C138
PTTIN
R148
C199
R147
TXAO
R122
AUDIOBEEP
B
C196
R250
R157
SB
R32
C190
C189
C188
C10 +
5
1
4
CN10
C18
4
+
8
PTTOUT
AUXTXD
R56
C56
R162
C26
R59
AUXRXD
R9
R8
RSSI
C100 R13 R422
R11
1
8
IC3
R25
R23
F1
C5
RXAI
C58
L1
TXD
R86
+ C263
C15
C60
C80
R161
12
RXAO
RXD
+ C109
R417 R14
R12
C9
RXWMAO
13
RXEMAI
C107 R423
AAC
1
G
D
S
LOK
R164
C111 D S Q7
G
C112
R98
Q22
IC4
5C
11
3
C92
24
DI9
OPT
3
C173
+ C123
D1
2
X2
1
R7
C11
1
R6
D2
1
5
IC1
SQ
14
M
IC30
+
1
C195
C120
R88
R87
GND
MON C201
LAMP C200
PTT C191
GND
4
4
8
L
R4
R3
C197
4
CN2
DEO
7
K
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) -10 : TK-480 -11 : TK-481 Component side view
3
6
J
PC BOARD VIEW
MONI
5
I
G
I
48
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Foil side
O
G
I
IC5
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
Foil side view
R83
1
4
IC16
8
5
8
C206
CP11
CP13
CP14
CP12
CP15
51
50
6
R150
CP10
CP9
CP8
7
R297
R298
IC15
CP7
CP6
CP24
26
25
1
R104
C158
C162
C65 R110 R112
R248 L26
C157
X4
8
R218
R149
CP5
C262
CP3
R211
C148
R138
C205
R120
R418
49
C207
BU4094BCFV
75
76
100
R80
Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address
IC6
6B
Q2
7E
Q18
6E
IC7
7B
Q3
7I
Q19
8J
IC9
9I
Q4
6C
Q20
7E
IC11
5J
Q6
8F
Q21
7J
IC12
6N
Q8
6H
Q23
8H
IC13
3L
Q9
7D
D1
6K
IC15
7Q
Q10
7G
D3
8K
IC16
3R
Q11
6F
D4
7E
IC17
5Q
Q12
5F
D5
7F
IC18
3Q
Q13
5F
D8
8L
IC19
3P
Q14
6D
D11
9N
IC21
5D
Q15
5E
D12
6I
IC23
9L
Q16
8N
Q1
7E
Q17
7F
TC74HC4017AF
CP18
CP16
CP22
CP20
CP19
CP17
L16
CN9
C144
R126
1 5
IC23
3 4
C203
C101
C159
+
C114 C121
C115 R82
R84 C126
R74 C97 D11
C96
C86
R160
C204
R28
C64 R106
C103
C90
R63
Q16
R26
J72-0812-02
+
R66
C93
R71
R73
1
R206
R207
R139
R116
C147
C102
C89
C85
C83
C82
C77
R58
D8
L54
C76
R44
1
C67
R50
R46
R171 R163
R20
D3
TH2
R61 R64
32
R202
R203
R204
R205
12
11
1
C41
X1
R125
R124
R123
R201
C74
C24
L35
C47
C50
Q19
5
IC12
44
4
IC17
R81
23
22
CP21
R55
C261
16
R200
C70
C71
3
L22
L53
R408
CN8
R118
CP1
33
34
L55
L56
C72
8
1
C106
R421
17
R107
R111
C141
C87
C98
R67
R89
R53
C66 R48
R45
R47
D1
C23
C43
L3
C118
R259
C108 R77
R121
CN7
+
C73
G
D
S
Q21
+
R34
R276
R35
C69
10
C54
C51
R41
C42
C27
1
C48 C45
C95
11
C179
C178
C180
C183 C104
C116
C117
Q3
NJU7201U50
IC11
1
SA7025DK
C52
C187
20
C36
C202
16
C63
AT2408N10SI2.5
R79
IC9
C35
+
+
+ C14
1
9
IC18
IC19
X3
C124 C113
R39
C184
C119
C32 R29 C39
R18
R19
9
8
14
L5
L13
R24
C46
R22
R158
C33
G
D
S
CN5
L7
M68757H
M68757L
AT29C020-90TI
W29C020C90
C177
R72
R68
CN6
Q23
R168
R167
C208
G1 S
Q6
G2 D
L6
TC35453F
30622M8A-4F9GP
C128
R31
C44
R93
C131 C137
R97
L17
R102
R155
+
R85
R95
C49
R33
TK11250BM
R75
C182
R69
C181
R70
R42
R159
R43 D12
R166
C186
Q8
R92
Q10
Q17
R153
C193
L34 C136
R105
C110
L10
R65
C91
C94
C84
C78
R27
C81
R62
C59
C185
R109 C194
R115 C142 R152
C192
R154
C130 R90
R108
L9
R151
C209
R169
R60
B
R117 C151
L24
C150 L23
Q13
R76
R170
C122
C129
Q20
S
D
G
C99
C132
L14
L15
C127
R94 C125
R91
R96
C135
R101
G2 D
C31
Q1
D5
3
G1 S
Q9
C171
D4
L18
C34
4
1
IC7
6
C25
C29
L19
C139
C
R114
C146 C149
L21
Q 11
Q2
R100
C133
+
D
G
E
Q12
C140
Q14
C38
R143
Q18 S
R113
C145
R15
C161
G
C30
C170
R145 R144
C198
I
5
R141
O
R135
R133
R36
R37
C17
Q4 C21
IC6
4
IC21
C153 R142
C20
C13 +
1
C164
R131
L12
C152 R165
S
D
G
R132
R130
CN12
R140
CN11
C57
L8
C105 C88
R78
R38
16
9
16
7
IC13
CN4
C172 R146
Q15
8
1
2
8
R134
C165
S
TK-480/481
PC BOARD VIEW
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) -10 : TK-480 -11 : TK-481
R
9
10
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
11
Foil side
12
13
50
14
A
1
2
B
C
D
TK-480/481
E
IC19
IC18
IC16
1
8
1
8
5
8
J
K
C105 C88
C187
C52
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
C175
C1
C2
C3
R156
L32
EN1
E
EN2
E
VOL
5M
SB
SB
+B
+B
D10
IC6
CN1
1
I
10
C176
O
C143
G
C38
+
1
C25
C29
6
3
C31
IC7
4
C34
C30
C129
C7
3
C22
C19
R1
+ C12
C16
D2
4
1
C4
IC2
R17
R2
5
R10
C8
C68
R49
C21
Q4
D9 C168 C17
R37
L18
L11
R101
C135
R96
R91
R94 C125
C127
D G2
+ C13
C40
R36
L28
C133
R100
L6
52
R130
R132C169
Q14
C122
R169
C209
G2 D
LC73872M
S G1
Q9
C174
L29
L19
C139
C132
L14
L15
R170
R151
L9
C99
L7
CN5
R51
R60
C166
C20
C161
ANT
L31
CN12
L30
C164
R131
C134R133
R135
R137
L27
R136
Q20
R76
Q6
G1 S
C208
R167
R168
C61
Q23
S
D
G
C202
C36
Q5
R40
C110
L10
R65
C91 XF1
C94
C84
C78
R27
C81
R62
Q1
D4
S
L20 GD
Q17
R153
C193
C136 L34 R105
C63
C198
R15
C145
R113
CD1
C33
1
16
C45 C48 C55
C49
L3
R33
Q2
D5
4
C35
C62
C140
Q10
IC21
R143
5
4
S Q18
D
C170 R145
G
C171
R144
R141
R128
D6
R108
R154
C192
R115 C142 R152
R155
R109 C194
R102
L17
R97
C131 C137
R93
C44
IC9
+
Q12
C167
B
R140
C
R127
C185
+
C163
R129
G C153 R142
D
Q13 S C154
C150 C155 L23
L24
C156
R99
R117 C151
3
C43
TDA7053AT
13
51
E
R134
C165
D7
1
Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address Ref No. Address
IC1
4H
IC16
3B
Q9
7P
D1
6I
IC2
8R
IC17
5C
Q10
7M
D2
9R
IC3
7F
IC18
3C
Q11
6N
D3
8I
IC4
5G
IC19
3D
Q12
5N
D4
7O
IC5
9S
IC21
5P
Q13
5N
D5
7N
IC6
6R
IC23
9H
Q14
6P
D6
5M
IC7
7R
IC30
3O
Q15
5O
D7
5P
IC8
7I
Q1
7O
Q16
8F
D8
8H
IC9
9K
Q2
7O
Q17
7N
D9
6Q
IC10
7I
Q3
7K
Q18
6O
D10
6R
IC11
5J
Q4
6Q
Q19
8J
D11
9F
IC12
6F
Q5
9L
Q20
7O
D12
6K
IC13
3H
Q6
8N
Q21
7J
D17
9G
IC14
6K
Q7
5F
Q22
6F
D18
9F
IC15
7C
Q8
6L
Q23
8L
12
TA31136FN
R95
CN6
C39 R29 C32
R18
R19
8
9
CF2
R28
J72-0812-02
4
CN4
R146 C172
Q15
L25
C160
8
R114 C149 C146
L21
Q 11
R92
R158
R22
C46
R24
C27
C42
R26
+
11
RN5VL42C
TA75S01F
C128
R31
Q21
C50
C47
L35
TA75W02FU
TC75W51FU
R165 C152
R90 C130
Q8
C186
S
D
G
4
IC8C24
CF1
X1
C54
C51
R41
IC14
Q3 6
C117
C116
5
R79
Q19
R85
C119
C14 +
R34
C59
1
L13
3
C173
20
IC11
C183 C104
C180
10 C53 C178 C37
C179
L4
+
R39
C184
2
L12
1
11
C73
M62364FP
1
C57
L8
C182
R69
C181
R70
R42
R159
D12 R43
R166
C69
+
C28
D3
R16
R54
+
1
4
C41
R21
R20
R163
D8
C204
NJM2904V
R78 VC
CN11
C95
L5
C15
C60
8
5
1
C79
R57TH2
C75
24
R160
D17
R112 R110
C65
IC10
8
R147
R122
3 4
IC23
1 5
C144
R126
C203
R171
C199
C196
C5
CN10
B
R75
C177
R72
R68
10
14
L
IC30
+
R25
R23
C23
F1
CN3 R106 C64
C159
C6
R35
R56
C56
CN7
R162
D1 C26
R59
R47
13
R4512
C66 R48
C80
R161
SB
MIC
ME
LBL
LG
LR
AUX
PTT
NC
CS
R58
X2
C92
R250
R32
R44
C10 +
+
L1
5
R38
R6
R46 R50
R417
C67
C9
C58
C100 R13 R422 44
1 C18R55
R11
1R618
R64 IC3
4
8
5
IC1
R53
C74
+ C263
D18
DI/ANI
C70
C71
R121
1
4
IC4
R86
C93
R71
R148
R73
R66
TXAI/MUTE
R418
R120
X4
C207
C148
R211
CP3
R138
C205
C162
C158
R248 L26
C157
C262
R104
CP5
R149
R218
9
1
TXAO
R80
PTTIN
100
IC12
+ C109
1
C86
C96
C138
R74 C97 D11
R84 C126
C115 R82
C114 C121
26
25
C103
CP24
CN9
L16
AUDIOBEEP
C101
SB
PTTOUT
+
L54
RSSI
AUXTXD
12
11
RXAI
C102
CP7
RXAO
R206
R207
R139
R116
C147
IC15
R298
AUXRXD
CP6
R125
R124
R123
R201
L55
L56
C72
AM
R157 5M
R14
GND
KI2
R12
KI1
KRS
C190 DT
C76
TXD
C189 RXD
CK
C77
C188
Q16 PF
NC
C82
AFE
AF
C83 R63
C85 C90
R9 C89
R8
TXD
R297
33
34
1
CP8
G
D
S
14 +
R7
C11
C111 D S Q7
G
C112
R98
Q22
CP21
R202
R203
R204
R205
RXD
C195
+ C123
R81
DI9 23
22
C107 R423
75
76
CP1
R164
CP16
CP18
CP22
CP20
CP17
CP19
RXWMAO
CP9
1C108 R77
R259
MON C201
C118
24
LAMP C200
PTT C191
GND
C120
4R67
R88
C98
R87
C87
C141 R118
R111
R107
CN8
R200
CP11
CP13
LOK
CP12
CP15
51
AAC 50
R150
CP10 RXEMAI
C206
CP14
8
I
8
IC13
R4
R5
R3
C197
C113 C124
C106
D1
32
1
R89
IC17
OPT
1
CN2
DEO
SQ
5C
7
X3
LAMP
R421
17
R408
16
GND
D2
R83
R419
R420
MONI
16
9
16
9
4
1
L53
C261
4
7
H
PC BOARD VIEW
R276
L22
6
G
TX-RX UNIT (X57-5630-XX) -10 : TK-480 -11 : TK-481 Component side view + Foil side
3
5
F
R103
Component side
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Foil side
Connect 1 and 6
O
G
I
IC5
A
B
C
D
Note : Components marked with a dot (·) are parts of pattern 1.
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
S
T
TK-480/481
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
56
TK-480/481
TK-480/481
BLOCK DIAGRAM
57
5
L30
4
C143
L11
MIC
*
13
IC14
15
ALC
PLL
–11.7dBm
(Q10 open)
LPF
VCO
12
EMC IC12
C131
C58
18
Q10
19
IC3
C136
Q17
–7.8dBm
(Q17 open)
SW
320mVrms
41
COMP
16
AF
Q9
9
Q6
IDC
6
487mVrms
C193
D5
–1.9dBm
(D5 open)
Q11
RF (815.50MHz)
8
310mVrms
AF
IC4
DAC
C110
IC4
DAC
O5
C149
I2
C152
CF1,2
IC8
AMP
–79.2dBm –80.2dBm
C55
AF
*
241mVrms 265mVrms
FM IF
SYSTEM
–109.6dBm
(C55 open)
IF2
(455kHz)
O2
*
D7 C169
154mVrms
L30
ANT
2.5W
AG is set to the MIC input
becomes 3kHz Dev at 1kHz MOD.
To make measurements in the
AF section, connect the
oscilloscope proves directly.
In the RF section, use a 1000pF
coupling capacitor.
To make measurements in the AF section,
connect the oscilloscope proves directly.
(ANT input : –47dBm, 1kHz FM, 3kHz dev.)
In the RF section, use a 1000pF coupling capacitor.
(The display shows the SSG input value required
to obtain 12dB SINAD.)
Q5
Power
module
IC4
DAC
+17.5dBm
(C152 open)
IC3 (1/2)
Q12
+7.1dBm
(Q12 open)
I5
500mW
(BTL)
R51
179mVrms 311mVrms
IC300
AF
AMP
XF1
–116.4dBm
IF1 (44.85MHz)
R60
SP
–110.3dBm –106.8dBm
135mVrms 29mVrms
C122
L20
–107.0dBm
287mVrms 419mVrms
IC12
C139
–119.4dBm –120.4dBm
RF (860.50MHz)
17.2mVrms
39.2mVrms 331mVrms
16.6mVrms
3
203mVrms
C169
–119.0dBm
TX Section
*
ANT
–118.0dBm
RX Section
TK-480/481
LEVEL DIAGRAM (TK-480)
59
60
5
L30
4
C143
L11
MIC
*
13
IC14
15
ALC
PLL
–10.2dBm
(Q10 open)
LPF
VCO
12
EMC IC12
C131
C58
18
Q10
19
IC3
C136
Q17
–7.4dBm
(Q17 open)
SW
338mVrms
41
COMP
16
AF
Q9
9
Q6
IDC
6
530mVrms
C193
D5
–0.4dBm
(D5 open)
Q11
RF (899.00MHz)
8
318mVrms
AF
IC4
DAC
C110
IC4
DAC
O5
C149
I2
C152
CF1,2
–58dBm –55dBm
C55
AF
IC8
AMP
*
115mVrms 268mVrms
FM IF
SYSTEM
–107.5dBm
(C55 open)
IF2
(455kHz)
O2
*
D7 C169
54mVrms
L30
ANT
2.5W
AG is set to the MIC input
becomes 1.5kHz Dev at 1kHz MOD.
To make measurements in the
AF section, connect the
oscilloscope proves directly.
In the RF section, use a 1000pF
coupling capacitor.
To make measurements in the AF section,
connect the oscilloscope proves directly.
(ANT input : –47dBm, 1kHz FM, 1.5kHz dev.)
In the RF section, use a 1000pF coupling capacitor.
(The display shows the SSG input value required
to obtain 12dB SINAD.)
Q5
Power
module
IC4
DAC
+17.8dBm
(C152 open)
IC3 (1/2)
Q12
+5.3dBm
(Q12 open)
I5
500mW
(BTL)
R51
133mVrms 109mVrms
IC300
AF
AMP
XF1
–117.0dBm
IF1 (44.85MHz)
R60
SP
–106.6dBm –105.5dBm
132mVrms 29mVrms
C122
L20
–108.3dBm
254mVrms 376mVrms
IC12
C139
–118.4dBm –118.0dBm
RF (938.00MHz)
16.7mVrms
41.2mVrms 353mVrms
16.1mVrms
3
188mVrms
C169
–118.4dBm
TX Section
*
ANT
–118.0dBm
RX Section
TK-480/481
LEVEL DIAGRAM (TK-481)
TK-480/481
KNB-16A/17A (Ni-Cd BATTERY) /
KPG-36 (PROGRAMMING INTERFACE CABLE) / KSC-19 (CHARGER)
KNB-16A
External View
KNB-17A
External View
KPG-36 External View
KNB-16A
Circuit Diagram
KNB-17A
Circuit Diagram
KSC-19
External View
KSC-19
Charging
Discharge pin side
Discharge pin side
+
Breaker
(70±5°C)
Breaker
(70±5°C)
Breaker
(80±5°C)
Diode
T
–
Breaker
(80±5°C)
Diode
Thermister
+
+
–
Thermister
+
–
T
–
Charge pin side
Charge pin side
KNB-16A Specifications
Voltage .......................................
Charging current ........................
Dimensions (mm) ......................
(Projections included)
Charger and charging time
KSC-19 (Normal Charger) ......
KSC-20 (Rapid charger) .........
Weight .......................................
7.2V (1.2V x 6)
1100mAh
58 W x 110.8 H x 17.2 D
Approx. 8 hours
Approx. 1 hour
180g
KNB-16A
Voltage .................................................
Battery capacity ...................................
Charging time .......................................
KNB-17A
Voltage .................................................
Battery capacity ...................................
Charging time .......................................
7.2V
1100mAh
Approx. 8 hours
7.2V
1500mAh
Approx. 8 hours
KNB-17A Specifications
Voltage .......................................
Charging current ........................
Dimensions (mm) ......................
(Projections included)
Charger and charging time
KSC-19 (Normal Charger) ......
KSC-20 (Rapid charger) .........
Weight .......................................
7.2V (1.2V x 6)
1500mAh
58.0 W x 110.8 H x 20.0 D
Approx. 8 hours
Approx. 1.3 hour
220g
61
TK-480/481
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Frequency Range
RX ......................................................... TK-480 : 851 to 870MHz
TK-481 : 935 to 941MHz
TX ......................................................... TK-480 : 806 to 825MHz (851 to 870MHz : Talk-Around)
TK-481 : 896 to 902MHz (935 to 941MHz : Talk-Around)
Systems .................................................... Maximum 32
Groups ...................................................... Maximum 250
Conventional Channels ............................. Maximum 600
Channel Spacing ....................................... TK-480 : 25kHz (PLL channel step 12.5kHz)
TK-481 : 12.5kHz (PLL channel step 12.5kHz)
Battery Voltage ......................................... DC 7.5V
Battery Life ............................................... More than 8 hours at 5-5-90 duty cycle with KNB-16A battery
Temperature Range .................................. –30°C to +60°C (–22°F to +140°F)
Dimensions and Weight
With KNB-16A (1100mAh battery) ...... 135 (5.33) H x 58 (2.29) W x 34 (1.34) D mm (inch)
1.01lbs (460g)
(Dimensions not including protrusions, weight includes antenna and belt hook)
Receiver (Measurements made per TIA/EIA-603)
RF Input Impedance .................................
Sensitivity
12dB SINAD* .......................................
Selectivity* ...............................................
Intermodulation* ......................................
Spurious (Except for IF 1/2)* ....................
Frequency Stability ...................................
50Ω
0.30µV
TK-480 : 70dB± 25kHz
TK-481 : 63dB± 12.5kHz
TK-480 : 65dB± 25/50kHz
TK-481 : 60dB± 12.5/25kHz
70dB
TK-480 : ± 0.00025% (–30°C to +60°C)
TK-481 : ± 0.00015% (–30°C to +60°C)
Channel Spread ......................................... TK-480 : 19MHz
TK-481 : 6MHz
Audio Power Output ................................. 500mW at 16Ω less than 5% distortion
* : Typical specifications
Transmitter (Measurements made per TIA/EIA-603)
RF Power Output
High ......................................................
Low ......................................................
RF Output Impedance ..............................
Spurious ....................................................
Modulation ................................................
FM Noise ..................................................
Audio Distortion ........................................
Frequency Stability ...................................
Channel Spread .........................................
62
2.5W
1W
50Ω
–60dB
TK-480 : 16K0F3E, 16K0F1D, 15K0F2D, 14K0F3E, 14K0F1D, 13K0F2D
TK-481 : 11K0F3E, 11K0F1D, 10K5F2D
TK-480 : –45dB
TK-481 : –40dB
5.0% or less
TK-480 : ± 0.00025% (–30°C to +60°C)
TK-481 : ± 0.00015% (–30°C to +60°C)
TK-480 : 64MHz
TK-481 : 45MHz
TK-480/481
63
TK-480/481
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