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Programming Help, Kenwood TK5210

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ChrisE_STB

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I am running into a dead end with this, I am trying to program this radio to only unmute the channel when it hears the tones. It works great decoding the tones in the open but they would like to use them as pagers at night. Any help guys?

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I had this problem with my TK2180 which is the analog cousin of the 5210. Under Zone Edit make sure under Optional Signaling Decode Condition, if you are using a PL make sure it says QT/DQT. Then go to Audio Control underneath and make sure QT/DQT AND Optional Signaling is selected.
 

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I did not fully read the rules on asking for Kenwood Programing software for the TK 5210/ KPG 95D so my apologies for asking, but if any one can point me in the right direction on were to get it LEGALLY or buy a copy I would appreciate it. Here is my email if you can help. sjustus@hendersoncountyrescue.org
Check with your local Kenwood dealer. They should be the best place to get it. It's not a cheap program, IIRC it's over $500.00.


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