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Kenwood KPG-144AT

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SAFFA

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Hi Guys.

has anyone come across a KPG-144AT, and if so have you got any info on it perhaps
 

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Assuming that KPG-144AT is programming software for a Kenwood LMR radio, it is probably available from a Kenwood dealer.

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It's a audio box for testing kenwood radios apparently, it's similar to the Motorola RLN4460 audio breakout box.
 
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