Looking for ATS-4 manual


Tom Sevart
 

Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver. It's a neat little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to figure out how to operate it. It's just got a display and 5 buttons on front. Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or how to use the digital modes. I did find a construction manual online but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it. Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be a bonus.


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Johnny AC0BQ
 

Gm Tom
Look on the Lnr website.
They are the current dealer.
I may have some stashed on my computer if this doesn't work.
72
Johnny 

On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 11:52 AM Tom Sevart <tmsevart@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver.  It's a neat
little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to
figure out how to operate it.  It's just got a display and 5 buttons on
front.  Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the
functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or
how to use the digital modes.  I did find a construction manual online
but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it.
Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be
a bonus.


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St. Paul, KS

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W0MQY
 

Tom, if all else fails, you can try contacting Steve Webber directly for an operation manual. 


On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 11:52 AM Tom Sevart <tmsevart@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver.  It's a neat
little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to
figure out how to operate it.  It's just got a display and 5 buttons on
front.  Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the
functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or
how to use the digital modes.  I did find a construction manual online
but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it.
Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be
a bonus.


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St. Paul, KS

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Tom Sevart
 

On 9/27/2021 11:58, W0MQY wrote:
Tom, if all else fails, you can try contacting Steve Webber directly for an operation manual.
Yeah, I was considering that, too.


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Darryl K4VLP
 

Here is a pdf for the V5 release which may help you, taken from the KD1JV groups.io files page.

Darryl K4VLP

On Sep 27, 2021, at 12:52 PM, Tom Sevart <tmsevart@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver. It's a neat little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to figure out how to operate it. It's just got a display and 5 buttons on front. Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or how to use the digital modes. I did find a construction manual online but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it. Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be a bonus.


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Tom Sevart
 

On 9/27/2021 12:22, Darryl K4VLP wrote:
Here is a pdf for the V5 release which may help you, taken from the KD1JV groups.io files page.
Thanks much!


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W3BNO
 




On Sep 27, 2021, at 11:58 AM, W0MQY <womquee@...> wrote:

Tom, if all else fails, you can try contacting Steve Webber directly for an operation manual. 
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On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 11:52 AM Tom Sevart <tmsevart@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver.  It's a neat
little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to
figure out how to operate it.  It's just got a display and 5 buttons on
front.  Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the
functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or
how to use the digital modes.  I did find a construction manual online
but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it.
Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be
a bonus.


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St. Paul, KS

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Dale Putnam
 



Have a great day,

Dale - WC7S in Wy

"Actions speak louder than words"


From: main@4SQRP.groups.io <main@4SQRP.groups.io> on behalf of Tom Sevart <tmsevart@...>
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 10:52 AM
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Subject: [4SQRP] Looking for ATS-4 manual
 
Hi all,

I just recently obtained a KD1JV ATS-4 4 band transceiver.  It's a neat
little rig, however, I have no documentation for it and am trying to
figure out how to operate it.  It's just got a display and 5 buttons on
front.  Through trial & error I managed to figure out some of the
functions but can't figure out how to quickly tune, use the memories, or
how to use the digital modes.  I did find a construction manual online
but can't find an operating manual.

If anyone has a link or a .pdf they can share, I'd appreciate it.
Failing that, if you could just share how the buttons work that would be
a bonus.


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St. Paul, KS

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Colin Evans M1BUU
 

If it's the KD1JV ATS4 A or B, then you could join the AT Sprint Group https://groups.io/g/ATSprint

Or alternatively, I could download the manual on your behalf and fire it across via email.

73, Colin
M1BUU


Dave Redfearn
 

Tom,

You should be able to find the manuals on ATSprint groups.io.
There are 2 versions of the "A" manual and 1 of the "B" manual.
Off the top of my head I don't remember the differences.
Also Steve answers questions from kd1jvdesigns groups.io.

73 - Dave, N4ELM


Dave Redfearn
 

Radio should look like this:


Tom Sevart
 

On 9/27/2021 21:11, Dave Redfearn wrote:
Radio should look like this:
Yep, that's exactly it. I did receive the manual I needed from several here on the list. Thanks everyone, I managed to finally figure out the rest of the controls thanks to the user manual. This is a neat little rig and I'll likely use it as my go-to radio for portable operation.


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Johnny AC0BQ
 

Hello Tom
I built the b version back in the days 
When Webber was selling them direct.
Still works great!
You got a nice radio.
Johnny ACØBQ 

On Tue, Sep 28, 2021 at 9:15 AM Tom Sevart <tmsevart@...> wrote:
On 9/27/2021 21:11, Dave Redfearn wrote:
> Radio should look like this:

Yep, that's exactly it.  I did receive the manual I needed from several
here on the list.  Thanks everyone, I managed to finally figure out the
rest of the controls thanks to the user manual.  This is a neat little
rig and I'll likely use it as my go-to radio for portable operation.


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St. Paul, KS

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