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Does or did Kenwood make a Part 90 dual band radio (VHF/UHF) that is both Digital (DMR) & Analog. The kenwood website is pretty difficult to navigate.
 

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Does or did Kenwood make a Part 90 dual band radio (VHF/UHF) that is both Digital (DMR) & Analog. The kenwood website is pretty difficult to navigate.
Kenwood doesn't have any true "dual band" radios.

Your option for Analog and DMR + Part 90 is to use a NX-5700 VHF and NX-5800 UHF RF deck with a single control head.
Kenwood's entry into the dual band portable is on the EF Johnson product line, but they don't support DMR.
 

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I was afraid of that, but that answers my question. That puts it significantly out of my budget for the time being.
 
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