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TH-D7 TH-D72 TH-D74
TH-F6 TH-G71A TM-271/471
TM-D700 TM-D710 TM-G707
TM-V71A TS-2000 TS-440
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AL Channel on Call Tab

AL channel is used for programming the Weather Alert channel. This option is only available in the TM-271 radio and not the TM-471.
Band A and Band B 2M/440Mhz Separation

All memory channels are a part of Band A AND Band B.  There is not a Band A set of memories and a Band B set of memories.  However, the radio can be made to hide selected bands making
Band A and Band B 2M/440Mhz Separation

All memory channels are a part of Band A AND Band B.  There is not a Band A set of memories and a Band B set of memories.  However, the radio can be made to hide selected bands making
Cannot read TM-D710 - Error

When communicating with the TM-D710 using the our software the PC Port Speed must be set to 9600 bps. To change the PC Port Speed go to menu item 519 and change it to 9600 bps. After changi
Communicating with the radio

To establish communications with the TS-480, you must have the RTS and the DTS both set to ON.
Communicating with the radio

To establish communications with the TS-480, you must have the RTS and the DTS both set to ON.
CTCSS Tones

Note: Kenwood radios use a system of 42 CTCSS tones. Other radios use as many as 50 tones. When you copy from another file there may be a problem if the CTCSS value from the original data does not eq
Equipment required for EchoLink

To use EchoLink on the TM-V71, you'll need two separate cables for this radio. 1. The USB-K5G cable 2. PG-5H Cable (from Kenwood) You'll need to have both of these cables plugged into th
Firmware Updates

Yes our cables will work for Kenwood firmware updates - but you must have the COM port set below 20 - then reboot the computer for it to take effect and work.
Firmware Updates

The USB-K5G can be used for firmware upgrades from Kenwood on this radio.
Firmware Updates

The USB-K5G can be used for firmware upgrades from Kenwood on this radio.
Groups

Page 18 of the manual details Memory Channel Groups. Let me summarize here. The groups are predefined for the memory channels as shown in the first chart. Channels 0-49 are in Group 0, Channels 50-99
Groups

Page 18 of the manual details Memory Channel Groups. Let me summarize here. The groups are predefined for the memory channels as shown in the first chart. Channels 0-49 are in Group 0, Channels 50-99
Groups

Groups for this radio are designated as follows: 0-99 are Group 1 100-199 = Group 2 200-299 = Group 3  and so on, So if you do not have 99 frequency's you want in group 1, you ca
Groups

Groups for this radio are designated as follows: 0-99 are Group 1 100-199 = Group 2 200-299 = Group 3  and so on, So if you do not have 99 frequency's you want in group 1, you ca
Instructions for Programming

Information on how to program your TH-G71A from your PC. The optional  programming cable is a PG-4P, you will probably need an adapter to go from a  DB25 to a DB9. Try the Radio Shack #
Instructions for Programming

Information on how to program your TH-G71A from your PC. The optional  programming cable is a PG-4P, you will probably need an adapter to go from a  DB25 to a DB9. Try the Radio Shack #
Name Display

Name display on the radio can be controlled two ways:  The programmer sets Show Name to On for all Programmable Memories.  If a name is entered, it will be displayed.  If no name
Name Display

Name display on the radio can be controlled two ways:  The programmer sets Show Name to On for all Programmable Memories.  If a name is entered, it will be displayed.  If no name
Offset Frequency requirements for the TH-F6

The Kenwood TH-F6 handheld requires the offset frequency to be from 0 to 59.95 MHz in 50kHz steps (i.e., .05 MHz). Offset Frequencies must be x.00, x.05. x.10. x.15. x.20, etc to 59.95 MHz. (Note 600