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kenwood tkr820 uhf repeater

Discussion in 'Radio Circuits, Repair & Performance' started by KF4KSN, May 6, 2012.

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  1. KF4KSN

    KF4KSN Guest

    Can anyone tell me how to mod a kenwood tkr80 repeater to work on 440..its for our school club..thanks
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  3. W9GB

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    The legacy and surplus Kenwood TKR-820 Repeater requires the KPT-20 or KPT-50 for
    frequency programming and setup.

    IF you are using an external duplxer OR a duplexer inside this repeater --
    it MUST be properly tuned to your Repeater Frequency.

    DO you have coordinated UHF repeater pair?? SERA is your regional group.

    Tennessee Coordinator Page

    Mike Bishop, WM4RB in Cleveland, TN handles Eastern TN
    Mike Bishop, WM4RB
    SERA TN Vice-Director#
    East TN Frequency Coordinator
    250 Quill Drive
    Cleveland, TN# 37311
    (423) 559-8361
    Your local Kenwood Land Mobile Radio Dealer (handles first responders, law enforcement, business, government customers under FCC Part 90) should have equipment, and techniians that may be able to assist you -- in moving his repeater to the 70 cm (UHF) allocations -- and your repeater pair.

    You can contact Secom systems for Kenwood LMR assistance or LMR dealers in your area.
    Secom Systems
    5255 Triangle Parkway, Suite 670
    Norcross, GA. 30092
    Last edited: May 6, 2012
  4. KF4KSN

    KF4KSN Guest

    thanks Glen..I have learned alot about our repeater today and think I know what has been giving us all the problems and how to fix it.. :)
  5. KF4KSN

    KF4KSN Guest

    Thanks for all the useful's appreciated
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