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Kenwood TK-750 to ITA 2000A custom interface cable.


Lots and lots of watts
Premium Subscriber
Dec 5, 2008
Calif Whine Country
That's what I thought. TK750 are pretty rare these days. It's an old mobile.

Well it would be straight forward to put those two together. TX and RX audio plus PTT are on the rear 25 pin and no programming is required for these. That would be minimum to run a TRA. If you need fancier then an output for either COR or tone detect can be programmed. It will also accept inputs for channel steering with programming. Other functions are available for the I/Os too.

With the Kenwood and Gaitronics manuals you should be able to whip up a cable and get everything going without much problem. If there's anything specific, just ask.


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Nov 29, 2015
Virginia, EM86
ITA2000 has a DB15 on it.

ITA Pins TKR-750 Pins
J2-Pin 3-RX Audio Pin 11-RX Audio
J2-Pin 6-PTT Pin16-PTT
J2-Pin 11 Ground Pin7-Ground
J2-Pin 12-TX Audio Pin9-TX Audio

I always flip the first two dip switches on the ITA to give COR all the time. That's optional though.