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hey yall wondering if anyone can steer me in the right direction. i am looking for a full break down on the exact radios that each software can program. i am looking for this so in the future when myself or a friend purchases a new radio i know if i can program. currently i have the following softwares, kpg-29d,kpg-49d,kpg-56d, and kpg-89d
 

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kpg-29d = TK-760, TK-762, TK-768, TK-860, TK-862, TK-868

kpg-49d = TK-280, TK-380, TK-480, TK-481, TK-780, TK-880, TK-980, TK-981

kpg-56d = TK-260G, TK-360G, TK-278G, TK-378G, TK-388G, TK-270G, TK-370G, TK-768G, TK-868G, TK-762G, TK-862G, TK-760G, TK-860G, TK-272G, TK-372G

kpg-89d = TK-7180, TK-7180H, TK-7182, TK-7182H, TK-8180, TK-8180H, TK-8182, TK-8182H, TK-2180, TK-3180

Be aware, if you are buying used, that some of the newer software is market dependent. Purchasing a radio form overseas may result in you not being able to program the radio.
 
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