Question about Kenwood Radio Communications
Im using KPG-96 to program the radio and the computer says there is a COM port error after the unit displays !Use SJ-180! . The COM ports have been set and the test function works so the COM poshowed the cable is fine. Should I be using KPG-89D? Or have the radio been locked out or something?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you sure that you are using the exact RX Frequency? is the radio in 25Khz if this radio is working on 12.5Khz with the IF filters changed to work in narrow band (12.5) could happend this.
Do you know if the repeater is on parameters mostly of the cases when an over modulation is received this will cut the PL modulation for short periods.
If the radio transmit over modulated could "erease" the PL modulation for short periods.
I think this radios should be checked all the Tune parameters to make sure is ajusted properly.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
SOURCE: Kenwood radio TK270G
The Radio you have is probably an older version, in this case you will need KPG56D. the other possibility is that the software you have is dos driven if this is the case then you will need to install the software on a slower machine with DOS 6.22. I use a pentium pro with windows 98 to program most of my kenwood radios. you will also have to disable any virus software and disable any TSR files on the machine in order to program the radio. The windows base programs don't have these quirks. take a look at your software and let me know what happens.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
possibly a power supply problem - check current drawn from the power line compared with your other 2951. any disturbance in power supply voltages can kill the afc/pll in older service monitors. if you have the manual check the ps voltages
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: GP300 Radios
I recommend you **** can the USB cable and get a RIB and Rib cable. The GP300 Motorola software is available online for free (I can give you the web page address) and works just like the real Motorola software. I have programmed at least 20 GP300s with it with no issues. A RIB is the only way to go. Everyone has nothing but trouble with USB cables. Particularly with newer radios like the CP200.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: unable to program tk-3207
hi, all i can think of is- A, the computer is way too fast for the program you are trying to run, what you need is a really old slow computer or B,
check the COM port settings on your computer.
click start, right click on my computer, click properties, then click on the hardware tab, then device manager.
then there will be a 'Ports COM &LPT' just make sure the com port number is the same one as you are using on the software. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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