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Kenwood and Narrowband

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Asmitty0010

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Using motorola's for a few years, i'm new to Kenwood two ways. If i'm reading the right i.e. TK-730 G - "G" meaning narrowband...correct? If no "G" is listed on the tag can you upgrade to narrowband or is that option only available from the factory?

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NC4AB

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The TK-730 "G" radios can be programmed for wide band and narrow band on a per channel basis.
The only issue is that the synthesizer is limited on which of the narrow band channels it will do.
 

cadkins902

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im having problems doing a alert for receiving pages and also putting identifiers in to the radios can anyone help...Im an asst.Chief for the fire dept and we just bought 25 of the kenwood tk-2312 and trying to fixer those 2 things out..thx for any help.
 
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