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Kenwood SM-230

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Desktop Station Control

The Kenwood SM-230 Station Monitor is a multi-functional unit. It functions as a band-scope, monitor and tone generator. It is the ideal product for supporting, monitoring and calibrating equipment in radio stations.

Specifications
Type
Desktop Amateur Station Control 
Frequency range RX
1.8-150 MHz 
TX
Frequency stability
Tuning steps
Filters
Receiver
Modulations
Sensitivity
Selectivity
Receiver system
IF-frequencies
Image rejection
Audio output
Transmitter
Modulations
RF-output
Connections
Antenna
BNC 
Impedance
50Ω 
Electrical
Power requirements
Mains 
Current drain RX
TX
Physical
Dimensions (w×h×d)
260 × 155 × 427 mm (10.24 × 6.10 × 16.81 in) including protrusions 
Weight
7.5 kg (16.5 lbs)  
Form factor
Desktop 
Manufactured
Between 19xx and 19xx in Japan 
Other features
Memories
Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators 
Manufacturer
Kenwood 
Model
SM-230
Features
- Bandscope ±25/100/250 kHz
- 10 MHz Oscilloscope
- Matches many Kenwood Transceivers
- Wideband Transmission Monitor
- RTTY X-Y Tuning Meter
- Built-in 1000/1575 Hz Two-Tone Generator
 
Manuals, Diagrams and Brochures
 
Kenwood SM-230 Service Manual and Service Note
 
 
 
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