Kenwood's new TK-7302/8302 delivers reliable mobile
performance with extra wideband coverage (UHF: 70MHz) and such features as
QT/DQT signaling, multiple scan functions and a voice inversion scrambler. Yet
this tough IP54/ MIL-STD-compliant radio is decidedly user-friendly, providing
high-quality audio, voice announcement, and a large display with adjustable
brightness for simple operation, day and night.
16 CHANNELS, 2 ZONES
The TK-7302/8302 offers ample capacity for multiple channels and radio systems: 16
channels and 2 zones. And once it is programmed, users can select specific
channels within a set range.
ENHANCED KENWOOD AUDIO
Clear audio means confident communications, but power
output is not the only factor that determines how easy it is to use a radio in
varying noisy environments. As an audio specialist experienced in psychoacoustics,
Kenwood can draw on decades of expertise at every step: component selection,
construction, optimization, evaluation and analysis. The resulting audio
performance – specially engineered for transceivers and with frequency response
optimized for the human voice – is undeniably clearer and crisper.
EXTERNAL D-SUB 15-PIN INTERFACE
A D-Sub 15-pin terminal enables the simple connection
of various types of external equipment. It can be used for Ignition sense,
External Switch, Horn Alert, and External Mic, among others. A Molex interface
is also available with the optional KCT-60M cable.
Encoder/decoder function uses QT/DQT to segregate talk
groups, so users only hear calls from their own group.
DTMF PTT ID is included for dispatch operations or for
a simple remote control application.
FleetSync® PTT ID, SelCall &
Utilizing Kenwood's FleetSync® signaling protocol, the
TK-7302/8302 has PTT ID (ANI: automatic number identification) and Selective
Calling capabilities for managed dispatch operations. Programmed Status (by
FPU) can also be sent.
The 2-tone signaling format is provided for use with
the most common radio systems.
Built-in MDC signaling means the following features
PTT ID Encode
Radio Check Decode
For hazardous/hostile duty environments, a PF key can
be programmed for emergency use to alert the dispatcher or other group members
via DTMF, FleetSync® or MDC-1200 signaling.