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Old 09-14-2018, 11:22 PM
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Oldie but goody: What's the difference in the programming software between the Kenwood TK-7160 and TK-8160?
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Nothing.
Same software for both versions. KPG-99

If you read the radio, it'll read the band. If you are going to build a program file before reading the radio, make sure you select the model type.
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Thanx. We're setting up a backup "Radio Room" for the EOC and putting some of the older radios back into service. Neither of the Kenwoods have NIFOG frequencies in them and we need to change that.
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