I was able to use the KPG-49D v.4.02 software to program my TK-780H radio. I used a USB-RG45 cable (KPG-46P) obtained on EBay from BlueMax49ers. I have use his cable successfully on other mfg radios. I installed KPG-49D v.4.02 on my Windows 10 laptop and successfully connected to the radio and made my programming changes. Kenwood KPG-49D RSS Programming Software. Skip navigation. Hello all, I used this download along with the KPG-46 cable on a TK-880-1. Everything works fine with one exception. I cannot get the radio to accept a CTCSS or DCS receive tone. Works Perfectly with Windows-10 x64 and a SUNDELY USB cable. No drivers needed. KPG-49D Version 2 and 3.01 are DOS based and not fun to use, while KPG-49D versions 4.xx are Windows based and will work on ANY Windows computer running 95 thru Windows 10 once again, CPU speed does not matter!
The TK-981, both Version 1 and 2 radios, are programmed for the amateur band by using KPG-49D which is Kenwood programming software (i.e. copyrighted software, not freeware) and then saving the file and running KW900EZP.exe, which is a freeware program developed by Pete, N2MCI. There are 5 versions of KPG-49D software, however, for the sake of simplicity and since it is the 21st century, I am only going to speak of versions 4.xx which are Windows based.
KPG-49D Version 2 and 3.01 are DOS based and not fun to use, while KPG-49D versions 4.xx are Windows based and will work on ANY Windows computer running 95 thru Windows 10 once again, CPU speed does not matter!
The radio is programmed using FCC ID numbers. Since this is a commercial radio these numbers range from 1 which represents 935.0125MHz all the way up to 399 which represents a frequency of 939.9875MHz. For use in the amateur band the only FCC ID’s we are interested in is 1 through 79; FCC ID 1 being 935.0125MHz and FCC ID 79 being 935.9875MHz. At this point you may be thinking what good does 935.0125 do us if that amateur band is down at 927MHz? Using Pete’s program KW900EZP.exe we can change the 935.0125MHz into 927.0125MHz very easily! This is because KW900EZP.exe takes any 935.xxxxMHz frequency and converts it to 927.xxxxMHz, and unless the conventional channel is set to “Talk Around” (simplex) will automatically apply a 25MHz offset.
Using KwID.exe or the KW900EZP frequency to FCC ID chart we see that FCC ID 1 corresponds to 927.0125MHz and that FCC ID 79 corresponds to 927.9875MHz, i.e. the frequencies are modified in the saved .DAT file by the program KW900EZP.
You may be wondering how to program the radio for a repeater that has an odd split. For example a repeater that has an output frequency of 927.6500MHz but an input frequency of 902.0125MHz. Well, this is done using the EZ-Edit function of KW900EZP, which will allow you to enter in separate transmit and receive frequencies- pretty neat-o! If your using a repeater that has 12MHz offsets you can program those too, but keep in mind that the receive filters will need changing and the VCO will need adjusting- the VCO will do both 25 and 12MHz offset repeaters at the same time! If this all sounds like a lot of work; it’s not, as it takes under 30 seconds to save the programmed KPG-49D file and run KW900EZP - pretty painless and quick.
To program up any TK-981 to the 33cm band will require the KPG-46 or KPG-4 programming cable (both will work). The KPG-46 is a 8-pin RJ-45 connector and the KPG-4 has a 6-pin RJ-12 connector and will work just fine being plugged into the TK-981’s RJ-45 8-pin microphone connector. The KPG-46 and KPG-4 programming cables are available in either USB or serial port DB-9 connectors and either will work fine with KPG-49D Versions 4.xx (Windows based versions). If you are using KPG-49D Version 2 or 3.01 then you must use a Serial port Cable or use the program DOSBox if you have a USB programming cable as USB ports are not supported in DOS. These programming cables are available via eBay for $10-$15.
Step by Step Programming
In the interest of being thorough I am going to go through the ENTIRE KPG-49D program so that you have an idea of what most features are and should be set to. For the people that have dealt with commercial radios before this is going to be painful, but this procedure was written to be as easy as possible and appeal to a wide audience.
One thing before we begin is this: you CANNOT hurt the radio with bad programming or loose any features in the radio by writing some corrupted file to the radio- this just doesn't happen with Kenwood! If you bought your radio used you do not need to make a backup of the old commercial programming in your radio.
The rationale for saving the current programming file before editing or writing over it is a carryover of the Motorola crowd where you could loose a radios features or functions depending on what 'c******g' you write to the radio, Kenwood radios do not work on this same principle and therefore you cannot gain or loose features depending on which of your friends data (DAT) files you write to your 431/481/941/931/981.
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Without further adieu, on to the Programming!
- Install the program KPG-49D version 4.xx (Windows based versions) on your computer
- Install the program KW900EZP.exe AND the program KWx81ETA.exe in the “DATA” folder of KPG-49D, the default “DATA” file location is usually: C:Program FilesKenwood FpuKPG49D
- Save KwID.exe to the Windows Desktop (or where ever you want) and have KwID.exe running or the KW900EZP FCC ID to frequency chart handy
- Run KPG-49D
- Under the “Model” tab at the top left of the screen, select “Model Information”
- From the “Model Information” tab select “TK-981 (Mobile)” under the “Model Type”
- Under the “Option Board” heading make sure you have “None” selected and then uncheck the box where it says “Fleetsync Enhanced Function”.
- You will need to add Conventional Channel Systems (memories) so under the “Mode” column click on the Number 1 Mode Box and select “Conventional”. Add as many Conventional Systems as you are going to program- you can always add more at a later date- pictured below I have added 12 Conventional Systems- you can add up to 32 and then from there add to each System Group- you can have up to 600 Conventional memories!
- At this point you can start to program repeaters/simplex frequencies. This can be done by selecting the Mode 1 Conventional System and clicking “System Edit” at the bottom of the box.
- We are going to add our first repeater of 927.2500MHz with a 25MHz offset- you can add whatever repeater you want, I chose this frequency as an example. Run the program KwID.exe or reference KW900EZP frequency to FCC ID chart and we see that a frequency of 927.2500MHz would be FCC ID 20, so type “20” in row 1 under “FCC Channel”. You will see that the frequency at the top of the screen will read 935.2500MHz. This number will change to 927.2500MHz once KW900EZP is run in a later step. Enter in the Encode/Decode QT/DQT (Encode/Decode PL/DPL) in this example I have added a tone of 114.8Hz for the Encode and Decode Tone and Group Name (name of repeater or frequency etc.) of 'Baw Faw' (a local repeater in Washington).
- Click on the “System Up” tab at the bottom of the window and the page will change to SYSTEM 2, add the next frequency you want in GROUP 1. As an example we are going to add our first Talkaround (Simplex) frequency of 927.5000MHz with an Encode and Decode tone of 151.4Hz. In looking at what 927.5000MHz would be in KwID we see that the ID # is '40' so in the 'FCC Channel' column we enter '40' as well as the Encode/Decode Tone of 151.4Hz and give it a name of 'Calling' when finished click on the box that reads “Group Data” at the bottom, then select the box that reads “Talk Around”- this will make this channel a talkaround channel, i.e. simplex channel.
- To program the next repeater or simplex channel go to “System Up” and enter the next FCC ID in SYSTEM 3 GROUP 1. The reason we enter the next Repeater or Talkaround frequency in SYSTEM 3 GROUP 1 is due to how the radio Scan function works. You can scan 32 different frequencies at once; the radio will scan each SYSTEM and the SELECTED GROUP in each SYSTEM. Scanning 32 Systems should be more than enough frequencies for even the folks that live in Los Angeles, the SF Bay Area, New England or other 900MHz dense areas of the country.
- After you have programmed all the repeaters and Talkaround frequencies you desire its time to set up the options in the radio's 'Optional Features' Menu. Click on the 'Edit' menu then go to 'Optional Features'. From the 'Optional Features 1' menu we can configure settings such as the Time Out Timer, Power on Text (you can add your callsign) and front panel LED settings. See the image below to get an idea of the recommended settings.
- From the 'Optional Features 2' menu (located in the backround of 'Optional Features 1' tab) we can configure settings such as Minimum Volume, and most importantly Panel Tuning. Panel tuning is where such things as maximum deviation, maximum tone deviation, power out, etc..can be adjusted, do not change these unless you understand what you are doing. See the image below to get an idea of the recommended settings.
- We can now assign the front panel key buttons a function. The front panel keys can be assigned several functions including Scan, Scan Add/Delete, and other features including the Talkaround feature. This feature is not available in KPG-49D but is a feature that can be added by using N2MCI's program KWx81ETA.exe. I would recommend that this feature be assigned to the 'A' or 'B' button so decide at this point which button you would like to assign the feature to and leave it as whatever you want, in this example I have assigned it the 'Key Lock' function- we will add this Talkaround feature in a later step. See the screenshot pictured below.
- One of the most important settings in KPG-49D is the scan settings under the 'Scan Information' tab. Make sure you leave the 'Scan Type' as 'Fix System Scan'. DO NOT, under any circumstances, use 'List Type System Scan'. The recommended setting shown below for 'Revert System Type' is set to 'Selected+Talkback' because you should be using a grounded mic clip. If you are not going to use a grounded mic clip then the'Revert System Type' box should be set to 'Last Called' and you should make sure to select the checkbox 'Scan Off Hook'. If you still do not understand how scan works on a Kenwood see the TK-981 'Troubleshooting' section.
- We are now ready to move on to the DTMF settings, you can edit these settings if you are using a DTMF microphone, DTMF microphones that work with this radio (without any modification) are the KMC-18, 18A, 28A, 32, 36, if you are not using a DTMF microphone then skip this step and move on to step 18. Pictured below are DTMF settings, if you are using the KMC-18/18A mic the 'Store & Send' feature will not work.
- So at this point we are ready to save the program file and convert all our 935.xxxxMHz frequencies to 927.xxxxMHz frequencies. Go to the 'File' menu and then select 'Save As..' and then select 'Data File' then give the saved file a name, such as '981.dat' OR whatever you want. Save the file in the 'Data' folder of KPG-49D, this is where you already have KW900EZP.exe saved in Step 2. Exit out of KPG-49D or you can leave KPG-49D running just ensure that your current file (the one we have been working on, in this example '981.DAT') is not open.
- Go to 'My Computer' on your Windows Desktop, and then go to your hardrive where you installed KPG-49D- this can be found by opening the folder 'Program Files' then 'Kenwood Fpu', then open the folder 'KPG49D', then finally open the folder 'Data' where KW900EZP.exe is and run KW900EZP.exe. KW900EZP will automatically select the last saved DAT file that KPG-49D used, select 'Y' if the program found your last saved file, in this example is should be '981.DAT'. See the screenshot pictured below.
- You Pressed 'Y' in the above pictured step, now its time to run the program so it converts all those saved 935.xxxxMHz frequencies to 927.xxxxMHz ones! Press the 'Enter' button and the program will run and automatically close. See the screenshot pictured below.
- At this point you can now, if you want to, assign one of the front panel buttons on the radio the feature of Talkaround. So in the 'Data' folder (where you are now) run the program KWx81ETA.exe, and select which front panel button you want to assign Talkaround to- I would recommend that you choose either the 'A' or 'B' button for this feature. In the screenshot below I choose to use the 'B' button.
- Your on the home stretch now, run KPG-49D, open your saved DAT file, in this example '981.DAT'. You will now see that all of the 935.xxxxMHz frequencies have disappeared and become 927.xxxxMHz frequencies, and that the FCC ID numbers have changed and become really long numbers- do NOT try to edit these numbers, you can change what ever settings you want to in the program, but if you want to edit the frequencies, i.e. edit the FCC ID numbers then you will have to re-run KW900EZP again, which is no big deal, its just something to keep in mind. If you want to check to see if the Talkaround feature was added to the front panel then go to 'Edit' then 'Key Assignment' and your screen should look like this, a Blank Box in the 'B Switch' Function, if you assigned the feature to the 'B' button.
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- Final step, program the radio! Ensure that KPG-49D is not running (close the program if it is). Connect your program cable to the USB or Serial DB-9 port on your computer, plug the 6 pin (KPG-4 Program Cable) or 8 pin connector (KPG-46 Program Cable) to the microphone port on the radio, power on the radio. Start KPG-49D, open your saved DAT file by going to the 'File' menu then select 'Open', open your saved DAT file, which in our example above, would be '981.DAT' and go to 'Setup' and select the communications port that the radio program cable is plugged into, then go to 'Program' and then 'Write Data to Radio', the front of the radio will say 'Program'. There are no buttons to press and hold to put the radio in program mode- it will go into program mode automatically. Thats it, your finished!!! While this whole process seemed to be rather time consuming once you have done it a couple times you can program a radio rather quickly.
KW900EZP EzEdit Function
In the introduction section of this page I mentioned a feature in KW900EZP.exe that is called EzEdit. What EzEdit does is allow you to change the transmit and receive frequency independently- meaning that if you have a repeater that uses an odd split you can program the repeater input frequency separately from the repeater output frequency or vice-versa. Below is the step by step how-to on entering odd split (non-25MHz) repeater frequencies or even talkaround frequencies. Please note that just because you can program it, does not mean that the radio will receive it- for 2 main reasons: the VCO will unlock and the receiver bandpass filters. The TK-981 will do 12MHz offset repeaters and can be set to receive and transmit from 918MHz to 927MHz, it will take adjustment of the VCO and require the receiver bandpass filters to be changed out.
- In out first example of programming above; Step 10, we added our first repeater, which was the 'Baw Faw' repeater which had a transmit (output) frequency of 927.2500MHz and an receiver (input) frequency of 902.2500MHz. Lets suppose that in our example above that the repeater has an output frequency of 927.2500MHz (the same as before) BUT has an input frequency of 902.0125MHz- this would be an odd split repeater, not 25MHz. We programmed that repeater in SYSTEM 1 GROUP 1, take note of what System and Group the repeater you want to edit is programmed in.
- If you have programmed up and saved your DAT file in KPG-49D and already run KW900EZP.exe to convert the 935MHz frequencies to 927MHz frequencies then close the program and go to the 'Data' folder where it is saved- this would be the directory where KW900EZP is saved as well. Run the program KW900EZP. By default the program will select the last used DAT file, if it selected the correct one then press 'Y' and the program will go to the next step. The Next step in this example will be to select EzEdit mode, Press 'E' for EzEdit mode. Now enter in the System and Group numbers that you want to edit, in this example it is System 1, Group 1. See the screenshot pictured below.
- The screen will now change to show you what the current transmit and receive frequencies are, you can now elect to change the TK-981's transmit frequency to our above mentioned value of 902.0125MHz- which is the repeaters input frequency. Press 'T' to edit the transmit frequency. See the screenshot pictured below.
- You are now set to actually enter the transmit frequency of 902.0125. Enter the frequency in and press 'Enter'. If this is the only System and Group you want to edit then you are finished, if there are more then follow the program steps. It is important to mention that prior to running the EzEdit mode of KW900EZP you must run KW900EZP to convert all the 935.xxxxMHz frequencies to 927.xxxxMHz frequencies and from there you can EzEdit to your hearts delight! See the screenshot pictured below.
Software Nomenclature Radios Associated With Radio Use Manual Radio Service Manual Other Radio Information KPG-121d v 1.01 TK-3301e, 3301t KPG-122d None KPG-123d v 1.01 TK-2260EX, 3360EX KPG-124d v 1.30, DN, DC TK-7302, 8302 (DN for Narrowband) KPG-125d None KPG-126d None KPG-127d v 1.10 TK-3178L (MPT) KPG-128d v 1.31, DN, DC TK-2360, 3360 (DN for Narrowband) KPG-129d v 1.50 NXR-710, 810 KPG-130d v??? TK-T300E TETRA KPG-131d None KPG-132T v????????? KPG-133d None KPG-134d v 2.32, DN, DC TK-2312, 3312, 2317, 3317 (DN for Narrowband) KPG-135d v 2.11, DN TK-7360, 8360 (DN for Narrowband) KPG-136d None KPG-137d v 2.20 TK-2000, 3000, TKU-300 KPG-138d v 1.00 TK-2310R KPG-139d None KPG-140d None KPG-141d v 1.21, DN, DC NX-220, 320, 720HG, 820HG KPG-142d None KPG-143d v 1.10, DN NX-200S, 300S, 210,410,411, 700H, 800H, 900, 901 (MPT) (DN for Narrowband) KPG-144d None. Software Nomenclature Radios Associated With Radio Use Manual Radio Service Manual Other Radio Information KPG-145d None KPG-146d None KPG-147NC v 1.00 KMC-51, 52 Mic Programmer KPG-148d None KPG-149RM v 1.10 NXR-700, 800, 710, 810 KPG-150AP v 1.20 Nexedge OTAP Software KPG-151AE v??? KWD-AE21, KWD-DE21 Encryption KPG-152d v???
TK-3310 KPG-153d v??? TK-P721 KPG-154d v??? TK-M721 KPG-155d v??? TK-P701 KPG-156d None KPG-157d None KPG-158d v 1.00 TK-2402V, 2406, 2407, 3402U, 3407 KPG-159DN v 1.00 TK-2402V, 3402U LMR KPG-160d v 1.00 TK-2400, 3400 LMR & Protalk KPG-161d Not Yet Assigned KPG-162d Not Yet Assigned KPG-163d Not Yet Assigned KPG-164d Not Yet Assigned KPG-165d Not Yet Assigned KPG-166d Not Yet Assigned KPG-167d Not Yet Assigned KPG-168d Not Yet Assigned Special Software Version Description Remarks KAS-10 3.05 AVL Dispatch Software KGS-3? AVL Dispatch Software.
Kpg 49d Manual
Programming Info for the TK-981 The TK-981, both Version 1 and 2 radios, are programmed for the amateur band by using KPG-49D which is Kenwood programming software (i.e. Copyrighted software, not freeware) and then saving the file and running KW900EZP. Mac Goodsync Keygen more. exe, which is a freeware program developed by Pete, N2MCI. There are 5 versions of KPG-49D software, however, for the sake of simplicity and since it is the 21st century, I am only going to speak of versions 4.xx which are Windows based. KPG-49D Version 2 and 3.01 are DOS based and not fun to use, while KPG-49D versions 4.xx are Windows based and will work on ANY Windows computer running 95 thru Windows 10 once again, CPU speed does not matter!