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Kenwood ts590-a menu chart

Note
Columns follow each other as follows and are separated by colon ":"
Category: No.: Description: Settings: Ref. Page: display: Default

Operator Interface:
00: Display brightness: Off, 1: minimum, 6: maximum: OFF/ 1 - 6: pg 53:
DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS: 4

01: Display backlight color: 1: amber, 2: green 1/ 2:
53: BACKLIGHT COLOR: 1

02: Panel key response for double function:
1: 0.2 second, 2: 0.5 second, 3: 1 second: pg-52: 1/ 2/ 3:

03: Beep output level:
OFF, 1: minimum, 9: maximum 2: OFF/ 1 - 9 (1 step) Volume:
pg-53: BEEP VOLUME: 4

04: Sidetone volume: OFF, 1: minimum, 9: maximum OFF/ 1 - 9 (1 step): 23, 35:
SIDETONE VOLUME: 4

05: VGS-1 message playback volume: OFF, 1: minimum, 9: maximum:
OFF/ 1 - 9 (1 step): 62: MESSAGE PLAYBACK VOLUME: 4

06: VGS-1 Voice Guide announcement volume:
OFF, 1: minimum, 7: maximum: OFF/ 1- 7 (1 step): 59:
VOICE GUIDE VOLUME: 4

07: VGS-1 announcement speed:
0: slow, 4: fast 0 - 4 (1 step): 62: VOICE GUIDE SPEED: 1

08: VGS-1 announcement language EN: English, JP: Japanese: EN/ JP: 61:
VOICE GUIDE LANGUAGE: EN

09: VGS-1 auto announcement OFF/ ON: 60: AUTO ANNOUNCEMENT

Tuning

10: MHz step: ON: 0.1/ 0.5/ 1 [MHz]: 28: MHZ STEP 1

11: Tuning control adjustment rate 250/ 500/ 1000 [Hz]:
pg-29: TUNING CONTROL CHANGE RATE PER REVOLUTION: 1000

12: Rounds off VFO frequencies changed by using the MULTI/CH control OFF/ ON:
pg-28: FREQUENCY ROUNDING OFF WHEN USING MULTI/CH CONTROL: ON

13: 9 kHz frequency step size for the MULTI/CH control in AM mode
on the AM broadcast band OFF/ ON: 28:
MULTI/CH CONTROL 9KHZ STEP CHANGE IN AM BROADCAST BAND
K type: OFF E type: ON

14: Frequency step size for the MULTI/CH control in SSB/ CW/ FSK mode
0.5/ 1/ 2.5/ 5/ 10 [kHz]:
28: MULTI/CH CONTROL 5


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Category:
No.:
Description Settings: Ref. Page: Display: Default

Tuning (continued):

15: Frequency step size for the MULTI/CH control in AM mode
5/ 6.25/ 10/ 12.5/ 15/ 20/ 25/ 30/ 50/ 100 [kHz]: 28:
AM MULTI/CH CONTROL 5

16: Frequency step size for the MULTI/CH control in FM mode
5/ 6.25/ 10/ 12.5/ 15/ 20/ 25/ 30/ 50/ 100 [kHz]: 28:
FM MULTI/CH CONTROL 10

Memory Channel:

17: Number of quick memory channels 3/ 5/ 10 [ch]: 45:
NUMBER OF QUICK MEMORY CHANNELS 5

18: Tunable memory recall frequencies OFF/ ON: 42:
TUNABLE MEMORY RECALL FREQUENCIES OFF

Scan

19: Program scan partially slowed OFF/ ON: 47:
PROGRAM SCAN PARTIALLY SLOWED ON

20: Slow down frequency range for the program scan
100/ 200/ 300/ 400/ 500 [Hz]: 47:
PROGRAM SLOW-SCAN RANGE 300

21: Program scan hold OFF/ ON: 47: PROGRAM SCAN HOLD OFF

22: Scan resume method TO/ CO: 48: SCAN RESUME METHOD TO

Auto Mode

23: Auto mode operation ON/ OFF: 51: AUTO MODE OPERATION OFF

DSP Function

24: Auto notch tracking speed 0 - 4 (1 step): 39:
AUTO NOTCH TRACKING SPEED 2

25: TX filter for SSB/AM low cut 10/ 100/ 200/ 300/ 400/ 500 [Hz]: 32:
TX FILTER FOR SSB/AM LOW CUT 300

26: TX filter for SSB/AM high cut 2500/ 2600/ 2700/ 2800/ 2900/ 3000 [Hz]: 32:
TX FILTER FOR SSB/AM HIGH CUT 2700

27: TX filter for SSB-DATA low cut 10/ 100/ 200/ 300/ 400/ 500 [Hz]: 32:
TX FILTER FOR SSB-DATA LOW CUT 300

28: TX filter for SSB-DATA high cut 2500/ 2600/ 2700/ 2800/ 2900/ 3000 [Hz]: 32:
TX FILTER FOR SSB-DATA HIGH CUT 2700

29: Speech processor effect SOFT/ HARD: 31: SPEECH PROCESSOR EFFECT HARD

30: DSP TX equalizer Off, Hb1: High boost1, Hb2: High boost2,
FP: Formant pass, bb1: Bass boost1, bb2: Bass boost2, c: Conventional,
U: User (Reserved for ARCP software): 32:
DSP TX EQUALIZER OFF

31: DSP RX equalizer oFF: Off, Hb1: High boost1, Hb2: High boost2,
FP: Formant pass, bb1 Bass boost1, bb2: Bass boost2, FLAT: Flat
U: User (Reserved for ARCP software): 55:
DSP RX EQUALIZER OFF


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Category:
No.: Description Settings: Ref. Page: Display Default

CW:

32: Electric keyer mode A/ B: 33: ELECTRIC KEYER MODE B

33: Keying priority over playback OFF/ ON: 34: KEYING PRIORITY OVER PLAYBACK OFF

34: CW RX pitch/ TX sidetone frequency 300 - 1000 (50 [Hz] step): 23:
CW RX PITCH/TX SIDETONE FREQUENCY 800

35: CW rise time 1/ 2/ 4/ 6 [ms]: 33: CW RISE TIME 6

36: CW keying dot, dash weight ratio AUTO/ 2.5 - 4.0 (0.1 step): 33:
CW WEIGHTING AUTO

37: Reverse CW keying auto weight ratio OFF/ ON: 33: REVERSED CW WEIGHTING OFF

38: Bug key function OFF/ ON: 34: BUG KEY FUNCTION OFF

39: Reversed dot and dash keying OFF/ ON: 35: REVERSED DOT AND DASH KEYING OFF

40: MIC UP/DWN key paddle function PF: PF key PA: Paddle PF/ PA: 36:
MIC UP/DWN KEY FUNCTION PF

41: Auto CW TX when keying in SSB OFF/ ON: 36: AUTO CW TX WHEN KEYING IN SSB OFF

42: Frequency correction for changing SSB to CW OFF/ ON: 36:
FREQUENCY CORRECTION FOR SSB-TO-CW CHANGE OFF

43: No Break-in operation while adjusting keying speed OFF/ ON: 33:
NO BK-IN WHILE ADJUSTING KEYING SPEED OFF

FSK

44: FSK shift 170/ 200/ 425/ 850 [Hz]: 37: FSK SHIFT 170

45: FSK keying polarity OFF/ ON: 37: REVERSED FSK KEY-DOWN POLARITY OFF

46: FSK tone frequency 1275/ 2125 [Hz]: 37: FSK TONE FREQUENCY 2125

FM

47:
MIC gain for FM: 1: Low, 2: Mid, 3: Hi 1 - 3: 21: FM MIC GAIN 1

TX Control

48: Fine transmission power tuning OFF/ ON: 56:
FINE TRANSMIT POWER CHANGE STEPS OFF

49: Time-out timer OFF/ 3/ 5/ 10/ 20/ 30 (min): 55: TIME-OUT TIMER OFF

Transverter

50: Xverter/ power down of Xverter OFF/ 1/ 2: 55: XVERTER/ POWER DOWN OF XVERTER OFF


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Category:
No.: Description Settings: Ref. Page: Display Default

Antenna Tuner

51: TX hold when AT completes the tuning OFF/ ON: 50: ANTENNA TUNER TX HOLD OFF

52: In-line AT while receiving OFF/ ON: 50: ANTENNA TUNER FOR RECEPTION OFF

Linear Amp

53: Linear amplifier control relay for HF band OFF/ 1/ 2/ 3: 53:
HF LINEAR AMPLIFIER CONTROL RELAY OFF

54: Linear amplifier control relay for 50 MHz band OFF/ 1/ 2/ 3: 53:
50MHZ LINEAR AMPLIFIER CONTROL RELAY OFF

Message

55: Constant recording OFF/ ON: 60: CONSTANT RECORDING ON

56: Repeat the playback OFF/ ON: 36, 59: PLAYBACK REPEAT OFF

57: Interval time for repeating the playback 0 - 60 [s] (1 step): 36, 59:
PLAYBACK INTERVAL TIME 10

Split/ Transfer

58: Split frequency transfer in master/ slave operation OFF/ ON: 57:
TRANSFER SPLIT FREQUENCY DATA TO ANOTHER TRANSCEIVER OFF

59: Permit to write the transferred Split frequencies to the target VFOs OFF/ ON:
57: COPY SPLIT FREQUENCY DATA TO VFO OFF

TX Inhibit

60: TX inhibit OFF/ ON: 32: TX INHIBIT OFF

PC (Communication)

61: COM port communication speed 4800/ 9600/ 19200/ 38400/ 57600/ 115200: 57:
COM PORT BAUDRATE 9600 (bps)

62: USB port communication speed 4800/ 9600/ 19200/ 38400/ 57600/ 115200: 58:
USB PORT BAUDRATE 115200 (bps)

External Audio (Input/ Output)

63: Audio input line selection for data communications ACC2/ USB: 58:
AUDIO INPUT LINE SELECT FOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS ACC2

64: Audio level of USB input for DATA communications 0 - 9 (1 step): 58:
AUDIO LEVEL OF USB INPUT FOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS 4

65: Audio level of USB output for DATA communications 0 - 9 (1 step): 58:
AUDIO LEVEL OF USB OUTPUT FOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS 4

66: Audio level of ACC2 input for data communications 0 - 9 (1 step): 58:
AUDIO LEVEL OF ACC2 INPUT FOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS 4

67: AUDIO level of ACC2 output for data communications 0 - 9 (1 step): 58:
AUDIO LEVEL OF ACC2 OUTPUT FOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS 4

68: Mixing beep tones for ACC2/USB audio output OFF/ ON: 58:
MIXING BEEP TONES FOR ACC2/USB AUDIO OUTPUT OFF


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Category: No.: Description Settings: Ref. Page: Display Default

External Accessory Control

69: Data VOX OFF/ ON: 30: VOX OPERATION WITH DATA INPUT OFF

70: Data VOX delay time 0 - 100 (5 step): 30: DATA VOX DELAY TIME 50

71: Data VOX gain for the USB audio input 0 - 9 (1 step): 31: USB VOX GAIN 4

72 Data VOX gain for the ACC2 terminal 0 - 9 (1 step): 31: ACC2 VOX GAIN 4

73: PKS polarity OFF/ ON: 63: REVERSED PKS POLARITY OFF

74: Busy lockout (TX) OFF/ ON: 32: BUSY FREQUENCY TRANSMISSION LOCKOUT OFF

75: CTCSS mute control 1/ 2: 58: CTCSS MUTE CONTROL 1

76: PSQ control signal logic LO/ OPEN: 58: PSQ LOGIC OUTPUT LO

77: PSQ source output condition OFF/ BSY/ SQL/ SND/ BSY-SND/ SQL-SND: 58:
PSQ SOURCE SQL

Timer

78: APO (Auto Power Off) function OFF/ 60/ 120/ 180 [min]: 50: AUTO POWER OFF OFF

PF Keys

79: Front panel PF A key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
FRONT PANEL PF A KEY ASSIGNMENT 200 [VOICE1]

80: Front panel PF B key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
FRONT PANEL PF B KEY ASSIGNMENT 201 [VOICE2]

81: Microphone PF 1 key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC PF 1 KEY ASSIGNMENT 130 [A/B]

82: Microphone PF 2 key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC PF 2 KEY ASSIGNMENT 128 [SPLIT]

83: Microphone PF 3 key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC PF 3 KEY ASSIGNMENT 132 [M>V]

84: Microphone PF 4 key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC PF 4 KEY ASSIGNMENT 203 [MONITOR]

85: Microphone DWN key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC DOWN KEY ASSIGNMENT 206 [DOWN]

86: Microphone UP key assignment 0 - 87, 100 - 134, 200 - 208, OFF: 54:
MIC UP KEY ASSIGNMENT 207 [UP]

Message

87: Power on message HELLO/ EDIT: 23: POWER ON MESSAGE KENWOOD

* The bolded lettering of the display message is what appears on the display
while paused.

** Settings and default values may be modified.


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CHARACTER ENTRY

When character entry is required, a cursor will appear on the display.

1 Move the cursor to the left or right by pressing [QM. IN] or [Q-MR].

2 Turn the MULTI/CH control or press [M.IN]/[SCAN (SG.SEL)] to select your
desired character.

You can delete the selected character by pressing [CL].

3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the remaining characters.

4 Press [MENU] to set the entry and to exit character entry mode.

Press [CLR] at any time to cancel character entry mode and return to the Menu
selection.

Available alphanumeric characters:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q(q) R S T U V W X Y Z (space)
+ / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Note: Refer to page 23 to change the Power On message, and page 43 to register
a Memory Channel name.


 


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