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This again required the [KPG-44] software - for some reason we couldn't get the radio in to Panel Test/Tune via the control head.
I'm a ham radio operator and have been since 1987, when I got my Novice ticket in rural South Dakota (SD) at 14 years old. I found a lot of 7 on e Bay, for a reasonable price, so now I'm in action.Make gets its knowledge of how to build your program from a file called the makefile, which lists each of the non-source files and how to compute it from other files.When you write a program, you should write a makefile for it, so that it is possible to use Make to build and install the program.It's been a fun hobby, even though I took a break from roughly 1993-2013. I went to the Mike and Key Ham Fest down in Puyallup, WA in the spring of 2015. Anyway, this is a repost of an article I found on a blogspot post about how to tune the TK-890 to the high end of the 70cm ham bands.Before I showed up there, I had been thinking about a GMRS license and radios for the family. They didn't come with microphones, but I didn't see that as a big deal...while I was at the ham fest. This particular breed of radio, as a result of the genius of Kenwood, doesn't have a standard microphone plug. That article has since disappeared and the blogspot site is no longer in existence...so, I'm reposting the content here. ) (from Wirelessness blog from W6DTW, originally at Over the past weekend a friend of mine asked if I would help him convert his Kenwood TK-890 mobile to work on the ham bands.