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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-12-17 (UTC)

NF9K

Commercial Radio

ridvfpa0012int.ind.roche.com

Kenwood TK-730(H)G VHF, 32-Channel, Remote Head - Sold!

Radio was purchased a couple of
years ago to
put put into mobile service and I
just never got
around to it. It's just been
sitting on a shelf in
the shack gathering dust.

According to info on the internet,
feel free to
research yourself, the G seriesTK-
730's are
capable of wide and narrow band
operation.

This is a remote head unit,
featuring the full-
sized remote head.

Radio has the 8K chips installed
giving you 32
channels in two groups of 16. In
Motorola-
speak that would be 32 modes in two
zones of
16.

When operated at high power, radio
draws 25A.

The mounting shelf is included, but
I do not
have a bracket for the remote
speaker. Power
cable is also included as well as
the mounting
ears for the control head.

This would be a great radio for
replacing the
VHF Motorola Spectras our there
that were not
narrow band capable.

Channel capacity can be increased
to 160
channels by changing two chips, one
in the
radio and one in the control head.
Chips are
available on ebay for $10.

I'm asking $225 plus actual
shipping via UPS
from Indianapolis, IN. Radio is
heavy as it is the
110W version.

Please let me know if I can answer
further
questions. Radio will come
programmed with a
single NOAA WX frequency (162.550)
on receive
only. I can program the radio for
your
frequencies if you can produce the
appropriate
license or I will program to
Amateur frequencies
if you hold a valid call sign.

This was marked by the originator on 2013-12-17 (UTC) as being sold.

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