Kenwood TK-360GK4

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Time-out timer
The time-out timer can be programmed in 15 seconds
increments from 15 seconds to 300. 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.

Selective Call Alert LED
You can select whether or not the LED on the transceiver
flashes orange when selective call has occurred.

PTT ID provides a DTMF ANI to be sent with the PTT button
every time it is used (Begin of TX ID at beginning of
transmission, End of TX ID at end of transmission, or both).
You can program the PTT ID as one of the followings.
Off, BOT (Begin of TX ID), EOT (End of PTT ID), BOTH.
The contents of ID are programmed for each channel.
The transceiver is capable of having ID. The format is
The timing that the transceiver sends the ID is

Battery Warning
This transceiver has a battery warning feature. If low voltage
is detected during transmission, the transceiver warns you by
a flashing red “LED”.
When the voltage is detected to be even lower during
transmission, the transceiver stops transmission and warns
you by a flashing red “LED” and a beep.
Please notice “indication” for the battery exchange, charging
time by flashing red LED and beep.

“TOT” Pre-Alert
The transceiver has a “TOT” pre-alert timer. This parameter
selects the time at which the transceiver generates a “TOT”
pre-alert tone before the “TOT” is expired.
“TOT” will expire when the selected time passes from the
TOT pre-alert tone.

“TOT” Re-Key Time
The transceiver has a “TOT” re-key timer. This timer is the
time you cannot transmit after the “TOT” is exceeded. After
the “TOT” re-key time expires you can transmit again.

“TOT” Reset Time
The transceiver has a “TOT” reset timer. This timer is the
minimum wait time allowed during a transmission that will reset
the “TOT” count.
“TOT” reset time causes the “TOT” to continue even after
the PTT is released, unless the “TOT” reset timer has expired.

Clear to Transpond
The transceiver waits for an acknowledgment signal until
the channel become free.
This feature ensures the acknowledgment signal is receive
by another party.

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