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Compiled By Mike Morris WA6ILQ
Web page maintained by Robert Meister WA1MIK
I know nothing about this equipment so please don't ask!
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Kendecom Inc. closed opperations on Sept. 9, 2000
ACS is the current name.

Advanced Communication Systems (ACS Incorporated)
25 Elm Park
Groveland, MA 01834
Phone: 978-372-3442       Fax: 978-373-7304
email: advcommsys /at/ att /dot/ net

There is a yahoogroup (mailing list) called "Advcommsys" that is described as: "This is a general list available for people seeking information on Kendecom and Micro Control Specialties radio equipment. This includes the Mark 4 and KRP-5000 repeaters, Mark 4 CR receiver, KVT-8000 voting receiver, the PA-100 Power Amplifier and the MCS MT-4 Transmitter. All are welcome."
It's not a busy list, 16 messages in all of 2006, and 8 in all of 2007, but I'm mentioning it here as a service. I do not know if it's factory supported or not. Join it using this signup link:

Subscribe to the Advcommsys mailing list!

Then click on the "Join Now".

Donations of information or manual files for this page (or any page at this web site) are gratefully accepted.

. Kendecom repeater documentation   856 kB PDF file.
Looks like two manuals in one file. The first covers the MR-4 receiver, PA-30 Power Amp, MT4-V1 transmitter; the second covers the MT450-B transmitter (starts on page 23 of the manual file).
. Kendecom Mark 4 repeater documentation   4.7 MB PDF file.
This covers the Mark 4-CR Repeater and the Mark 4-C Controller. Noted as Version 3.6, and is dated August 1996.
. Advanced Communications Systems Mark 4 audio board layout diagram   29 kB PDF file.
Some manuals were missing this page.

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