All Mode Multibander
TS-2000 / TS-B2000 / TS-2000X
Distinctive by Design, Packed for Performance Distinctive by Design, Packed for Performance.
All-mode multibander: HF/50/144/440/1200MHz* in one compact rig
offering wide-band receive (500kHz to 1300MHz, non-contiguous) and 100W
output (HF/50/144MHz) � ideal for both base station use and mobile
Black box version: The TS-B2000 can be used
exclusively for computer control or in a vehicle with a remote head*.
Dual-channel receive: Featuring an all-mode multiband
transceiver (with satellite mode) plus a sub 144/440MHz FM/AM receiver, so
two frequencies (HF/50/144/440/1200*: ALL MODE + 144/440MHz: FM/AM) can be
received simultaneously, even on the same band (144/440MHz).
Digital signal processing: IF-DSP (main band) combines with AF-DSP (sub band) to provide precision filtering and interference reduction. Satellite communications: Main-band circuits are used for satellite mode, which thus benefits from IF-DSP.
Striking design: With its large amber LCD and backlit
keys, the distinctive front panel of the
Kenwood Skycommand System II Plus: Built-in
Transporter function means the
High frequency stability: Built-in TCXO offers
professional performance �0.5ppm* (-10~+50�C).
High-speed processing: Superior performance is assured with two 16-bit DSP chips, double-precision computing and a 100MHz speed CPU, plus 24-bit A/D and D/A converters.
Other features include a mobile controller and radio control software (both options), built-in auto antenna tuner, DX cluster tune, and an antenna terminal dedicated to HF low-band reception.
All-Mode, Multiband, Engineered for Excellence
Kenwood�s new TS-2000/2000X/B2000 all-mode multibander may be compact, but it�s equipped with all the features you would expect to find in a top- f-the-line rig.
IF Digital Signal Processing
The TS-2000/2000X/B2000 is serious about digital signal processing. Kenwood�s advanced digital technology converts analog waveforms into digital data in real-time, enabling such digital processing as IF filtering, slope tune, auto notch and AGC. IF-stage DSP on main-band transmit and receive including V/UHF bands allows the greatest range of control and unprecedented performance.
Employing slope tune, you can thus cut out noise with minimal effect on sound quality. In AM mode, the high- ut frequency can reduce interference by controlling the IF pass bandwidth useful for receiving shortwave broadcasts. In CW mode, the WIDTH function is supplemented by center frequency shift, allowing adjacent signal interference to be tuned out.
The WIDTH function also provides noise reduction capabilities in FSK with 4 steps available: 250, 500, 1000 and 1500Hz. And thanks to AF-stage DSP, independent control of high-cut and low-cut frequencies (12 steps each) provides slope tune capability in FM as well.
IF Auto Notch
AF Digital Signal Processing
DSP is also executed at the AF stage, offering Beat Cancel and CW Auto Tune functions. It also enables you to achieve remarkable noise reduction and apply custom enhancements to your transmitted voice.
Manual Beat Cancel
CW Auto Tune
The SPAC (Speech Processing/Auto Correlation) function utilizes a special statistical/ correlation algorithm to pull out weak signals that are buried deep in noise. Although available for all modes on the main band, it�s especially useful for tough CW conditions. The correlation time setting can be adjusted in 10 steps between 2ms and 20ms.
TX Audio Shaping
On SSB and AM transmit you can choose between 6 TX filter bandwidth settings according to your microphone and operating requirements. The speech processor works across three bands (SSB, FM and AM) for high compression and minimal distortion.
Expanded Power and Performance
DX Cluster (Packet Cluster) Tune
Built-in 1200/9600bps TNC
High-duty Transmitter Section
*Minimum output is 5 watts for HF/50/144/440MHz bands, 1 watt for 1200MHz.
Data Communication Features
Enhanced Operating Ease
Automatic Antenna Tuner
300 Memory Channels
Multiple Scan Functions
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