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I have a KenwoodTM-271A commercial band radio I can't to transmit on m 150 MGZ frequency, even tho it receives on it. How do I determine the model number of these unit, and it is the wrong model, can I change it to transmit on my frequencies? Thank you.
A Kenwood TM-271A is an amateur radio and therefore restricted to transmit only from 144 - 148 MHz but can receive from 136 to 174.
The TX restriction is done with a resistor (R119) which inhibits transmission outside of the 144-148 band. It is located very near a large IC (IC252).
Depending on your country's radio communications policies and/or your radio license privileges, simply removing R119 would allow transmission outside of the 144-148 MHz.
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Posted on Oct 20, 2007
Simply Put, modifying an AMATEUR radio for use outside of the 144-148mhz band is completely illegal. These radios are not spec'd for operating in the commercial VHF Band, and modifying it to do so may cause not only failure of the radio, but when transmitting you may interfere with other commercial frequencies, ie..fire, police, and if you are caught with the modified radio, may even face a huge fine or Jail time. Put bluntly, your better off to go out and purchase a proper VHF Radio for use in the frequencies which it is intended.
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Not sure what you want.....VHF band ius approximatly 130mhz to 175 mhz..... in that VHF band there is a commercial VHF band aprox. 155 mhz to 175...... the amateur radio vhf band is aprox. 135 to 150mhz.
With amateur radio, any freq in that range can be used...... with commercial radio the FCC cangive a company any freq. in that range also.
If you are looking for FRS/GMRS frequencies they are UHF freqs not VHF.
So I'm not sure exactly what you want......sounds like you might want to program in FRS freqs into an Icom amateur radio. If thats the case you will need an Icom that will do UHF freqs.
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