Frontiers are not for the weak.
It takes a rugged vehicle to meet the challenges of the wilderness, and
Kenwood�s new TM-271A is tough. This compact, MIL-STD-compliant transceiver
delivers powerful mobile performance and such advanced features as multiple
scan functions and memory names, as well as NOAA Weather Band & emergency
alert reception*. On or off the road, you can always enjoy the
sophistication of high-quality audio. Illuminated keys and a large LCD with
adjustable green backlighting for easy operation day or night help make the
TM-271A the ideal companion for all your travels.
RF POWER OUTPUT (60W)
The TM-271A can provide an impressive 60 watts of RF power, with a
choice of High/Low output.
WEATHER ALERT/RX (US
This transceiver is capable of receiving the NOAA Weather Band and
responding to emergency transmissions such as storm warnings by emitting an
audible alert tone.
US MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F
Built tough to take rough treatment in stride, the TM-271A meets the strict
U.S. Department of Defense MIL- TD 810 C, D, E & F environmental
standards for vibration and shock.
ALPHANUMERIC LCD AND
Capable of displaying up to 6 large alphanumeric characters, the green LCD
display comes with a 32-step brightness control to suit all driving
conditions. Also, the front panel and microphone keypads are both
illuminated for ease of use. Note that keys for only the 5 most frequently
used functions are arranged on the front panel for simplicity (other
functions can be quickly accessed via menu).
The TM-271A is supplied with a DTMF microphone as standard.
HIGH-QUALITY FRONT SPEAKER
The large oval (2.28" x 1.38") speaker mounted in the front panel provides
200 MEMORY CHANNELS PLUS 1
Each of the 200 memory channels can be used to store transmit and receive
frequencies independently. Additionally, memory data can be edited and
stored on a PC using the optional PG-5D PC interface cable and MCP-1A Memory
At-a-glance identification of 100 memory channels is possible with up to 6
alphanumeric characters per channel. Up to 200 channels are available if the
memory name function is not used.
For maximum versatility, the TM-271A offers several scan functions,
including band scan, memory scan, program scan, memory group scan, call
scan, tone/CTCSS scan, DCS scan and priority scan, which checks a priority
channel every 3 seconds. TO (Time-operated), CO (carrier-operated) and seek
scan resume modes are also provided.
CTCSS & DCS
The built-in CTCSS and DCS encoder/decoder enables operation of the 42
CTCSS subtone frequencies and 104 DCS subtone codes.
With a built-in TCXO, frequency stability is �2.5ppm, while frequency drift
is less than �365 Hz at -20�C ~