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Expanding the envelope of handheld communications is our multi-feature single- band handheld transceiver, the TH(A/E). State-of-the-art features include the. Jun 7, My normally reliable THA has gone psychotic, I’m afraid It was performing beautifully until it started to emit key-pad beeping noises at. KENWOOD – Amateur Radio. English (USA) User Manual, View THA pdf English (USA) User Manual Download THA pdf user manual.

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Fortunately, it just required a new microphone. I did a search on the A and mysterious beeping, but no luck. I visited a local pawn shop the other day looking for old Nintendo NES games with my step son.

Kenwood TH 28A Radio Transceiver

I’m not sure if it is capable of “narrow band” 6. I took a look at it and then went home to do some research. The batteries included are high capacity Ni Cd’s and almost double the height of the radio. Inif the radio cannot meet narrow band specs.

Lenwood one had been modified to extend its range to MHz. Just what is the technical name for those “memory support batteries”?? I think the one in my THA is a Panasonic? kdnwood

I was at a hamfest yesterday and found this radio in the original box with most of the ancillary pieces still in their original plastic bags. One of these repeaters is 56 miles away and I work it full quieting when I’m outside. It was performing beautifully until it started to emit key-pad beeping noises at almost regular intervals; also, it will not TX or RX.

After market NiMH’s are sold by a number of outlets. I thought this may have resulted because of the stock triple band antenna I use on the TH-F6A, but when I placed the THA’s 2m antenna on the 6 it still could not key up the distant repeaters the 28 could.


Kenwood isn’t the only manufacturer who fails in this regard though. It has a solid feel to it with no part of it appearing cheap or flimsy like some of the plasticy radios.

While we didn’t find any games, I noticed this sweet little radio in the midst of some FRS radios and other scanners. It was complete with manual and also has an extra antenna, speaker mic and car charger cable with it.

Not a bad service life for odd years Channel spacing options include 5 and I have a couple lower capacity Ni Cd’s that do not increase the height of the radio. I’m also ordering the ME-1 memory expansion unit via eBay.

I got my money’s worth just in the mic, antenna and car charger anyway. Email Subscription You are not subscribed to this review.

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It also doesn’t light the on air light krnwood I press the PTT switch. One of the other buying points for me was the fact that I can use 6xAA batteries in the BT-8 battery case and it puts out 3W! The batt is original, I’m sure. Checked the mem support batt, and it was 1.

Your name or email address: It extends the memory capabilities from 40 channels to ! I can’t get any sound out of it at all. I do revere rh-28a older Kenwood HT’s.

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Smart but honest man; he could have had another job in a year or two. A non-ham friend of mine had two large bins of radios that he did not want to store. Unfortunately it is mute.

I’ll probably watch for another one and pick it up kendood have this for spare parts. New kenwod Ham Radio? It’s not Kenwood’s fault someone messed it up so it doesn’t deserve a low rating because of that. I’m giving it a 4 anyway because I can tell from examining it that it’s well made and will be a good radio.


If the problem is terminal, it does give me a plausible excuse to buy a THA, A or suchlike. I choose not to use this feature as it reduces the channel capacity.

These mikes have three buttons tu-28a top that allow you to remotely “press” most of the keyboard buttons.

It is a bit less straight forward to change the 28 to operate in that band, so I haven’t tried that yet. The radio is very easy to program in the field and is also capable of a alphanumeric display. He had purchased all of this gear from Jun’s in L. It seems to be very well made.

I’m sure I’m going to really like it once I get it working.

Mine came with a AAA battery case, a 12V charger, wall wart, and a desktop charger. My normally reliable THA has gone psychotic, I’m afraid The buttons are a kenood bit small but that’s expected based on the overall size of the radio. Unfortunately channel changing on the 28 is performed with a dial, so you can’t change channels on the mike.

I’d like to do a bit of research in the Kenwood THA service manual before I go kendood around in there. From my apartment I can hit most of the good repeaters with mW. I’m able to program 24 ham frequencies and the program of our 16 channel P.