This is a Kenwood VHF repeater, model number TKR This is a 32 ch, 50 watt repeater that operates in the Mhz range. Repeater is capable of both. Find great deals for Kenwood Tkr Repeater VHF 16ch MHz 50 Watts. Shop with confidence on eBay!. TKR) TCXO modules, % duty RF power amplifier output is 50W (at 50 % duty) a TKR is 40W (at. 50% duty). make Kenwood’s TKR/
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We have 7 of these repeaters on our linked repeater system, they have been operating flawlessly tkr-50 5 years or so. Cabinet Fan Top Assembly. Email Subscription You are not subscribed to this review. I had to modify the CAT to get the audio up to where it should be. And yes, I checked the alignment and it was correct.
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Kenwood TKR Product Reviews
Only one weak point: As for sensitivty I was disappointed. If you have any questions, problems, or suggestions about Reviews, please email your Reviews Manager.
FM VHF repeater with cw controler build in. Do not use it. The repeater puts out 35 watts. We use these repeaters in commercial radio sites. Includes two cables for radio connectivity and an internal antenna relay. Built in mini controller is nice.
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The system is sometimes keyed up for hours on end, with no problems. Then we bought 2 more to replace our aging Aerotrons. Price is very reasonable, and would buy one again. I built some 10 db pre amps and put them between the receiver input and the duplexers. New to Ham Radio?
Just asking for it to be blown out as I’ve seen time and time again. In the front part of the rec there are 5 coils you have to tune with a signal gen. Plus why amplify noise before the duplexers? They have been in use daily for years now and never miss a beat.
Patent and other rights reserved. My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help. Includes one cable for radio connectivity. Software is very easy to use and a breeze to program. When I was done programing the repeater I checked the rec and it was 1.
The 25 pin connector gives you everything you need. The UHF’s are around spec at. I wound up using an Angle Linear GasFet preamp and a preselector to get it back up where it needed to be. Standard aluminum equipment rack providing 17 RU vertical mounting. These have a built in DTMF controller, which can be configured to control internal functions, or drive external accessories or relays. Set at 30 watts input to the duplexers.
May not be the best out there but, they get the job done for us. Yes my kenwood was on mhz area. Excellent performance, even with less than optimal filtration For use with voting systems, supplies Ohm balanced 2-wire audio, occupies 1 RU. The Kenwood software is excellent. Just want to let folks know that hams may be better off getting the low split K2 version, just FYI.
Audio is really good also. Let the duplexers filter out some of the noise and protect the pre amp. If anyone has a question on the programing on a kenwood tkr or let me know at kc9gmh15 yahoo.
Kenwood Tkr-750-1 Repeater VHF 16ch 146-174 MHz 50 Watts
We have 2 others as stand alone repeaters, and 2 of the TKR Specify DC current settings at time of order. We have had the Kenwood TKR on the air for about 18 months and have not had any problems.
Clean, crisp audio otherwise. Modem bps to be used with LTR controllers, includes interface cable. I will agree that the sensitivity could be better.
I have program’d all 3. Work great, same sensitivity as the GE IIs.