Kenwood TK-8302 mobile radio features reliable mobile performance and greater wideband coverage (UHF: 70MHz), as well as QT/DQT signaling, multiple scanning functions and voice scramble scramblers. It is rugged and rigorously IP54/MIL-STD compliant and easy to use. It offers high-quality audio, voice notification and a large display with adjustable brightness for easy day and night operation.
The blue LEDs are customizable to provide useful status information. For example, it can be used with orange LEDs to distinguish between selective calls.
External D-SUB interface
The D-sub 15-pin connector allows easy connection to a wide range of external devices. It can be used for ignition induction, external switches, horn alarms, external microphones, etc.
When connected to an external GPS receiver, the TK-8302 can transmit accurate vehicle position data to the central base station for managing the fleet. The specified scrambler and GPS module can be installed internally.
High quality audio
As an audio company with many years of acoustic experience, Kenwood puts decades of professional audio knowledge into every step: component selection, assembly, optimization, evaluation and analysis. This creates audio performance—designed specifically for the receiver and optimized for vocal frequency response, clear and loud.
The encoder/decoder function uses QT/DQT to separate the talk groups so that users can only hear calls from their group. The supplied DTMF PTT ID is used for assignment operations or simple remote control applications.
FleetSync Signaling protocol
Using the Kenwood FleetSync signaling protocol, the TK-8302 manages the allocation operation through PTT ID (via the Automated Digital Identification) and selective call function. The programming state can also be sent (via the floating point unit).
2 Tone signaling
2-tone signaling format is available for most common radio systems.
Built-in MDC signaling implements the following features:
- PTT ID encoding
- Emergency coding
- Shake/Recovery decoding
- Radio check decoding
In hazardous work environments, programmable keys can be programmed for use in emergency situations, alerting dispatchers or other group members via DTMF, FleetSync, or MDC-1200 signaling.
DC power cable