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Author Topic: Software Needed for the Kenwood TH-22AT Handheld  (Read 3829 times)
KK4BMI
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« on: December 08, 2013, 11:05:12 AM »

Does anyone out there have the software I can get for the Kenwood TH-22ATHandheld. I have misplaced mine and can't seem to find the software. Thank You ! You can contact me threw my email at SluggerSr52@gmail.com KK4BMI Dave
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« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2013, 12:33:59 PM »

There is no software for that really old rig ...

Here's a "cheat sheet" for you, though - and I will add it to my collection of Kenwood HT
cheat sheets available at http://www.k6lcs.com - which now just has the TH-G71A, TH-F6A,
TM-271A, TM-G707A, TH-D7A, TH-K2AT, and TM-D700 ) ---

Program a repeater (145.25 Mhz) with a tone frequency of 131.8 into memory number 33.

1) Press VFO
2) Enter the frequency by turning the dial until the screen displayed 145.25
3) Press T/CT
4) Press and hold F for more than 1 second
5) Press T/CT
6) Select the tone frequency by turning the dial until the screen displays 131.8
7) Press T/CT
Cool Press and hold F for more than 1 second
9) Select the memory number (1 to 40) using the dial until the screen displays 33
10) Press MR

I am sure that the 600+ others who read this gave you the same answer ... (grin)

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Clint Bradford, K6LCS
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