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TK-3202L-1 programming

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arlo

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I have a Kenwood TK-3202L-1 from 2008. I need to program it. What is the part number of the program and what version do I need?
 

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You need KPG-87DN. No idea what version, it will depend on the firmware veraion in the specific radio you have. Having said that, Kenwood radios are pretty flexible on software versions.
 

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What is the difference between KPG-87D and 87DN? How do I find out the firmware version?
 

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What is the difference between KPG-87D and 87DN? How do I find out the firmware version?
I believe the DN software forces 2.5KHz deviation(Post 2013 Narrow Band). that said, the D software should let you select 5 or 2.5KHz deviation, rather than force it,

as for firmware, you will need to read that from the radio. with the radio hooked up, in the KPG-87 software, go to the Tools menu and select 'Radio Information' and it will give you the information you need.
 

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I am trying KPG-87D and when I read I get error "check radio type". Old channel in radio is wide band. My program is V1.00
 
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What does the label on the back of the radio say? The whole thing... Also, where did the radio come from?

also, What's the full model number of the software? Where, exactly, did you get it from?

My concern is that you have a mismatch country code. If the radio was from overseas, and you are using US software, or it's a US radio and you are using software from another country, it'll do this.
 
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