Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Advancedbiker radio and radio frequencies Icom Kenwood PMR 446

  It has taken me a few years to get to my present radio set up, and for the time being it seems to work fine..  That is either when I do one to one training or do tours with at least 8 other riders operating on the same frequency.  With the Buismess Grant I was able to purchase two Icom pmr radios and at the time the top of the range Autocom system -  However times move on and techology updates so the present system is the Autocom AVI 300.  This has my radio system, video and sat nav connected to it 
 
Icom pmr446 Radio

 The Autocom has been a reliable unit and it is one of the few systems which elliminates background noise at source, so you get good clarity.





I also have a few Wintec A80 radios, which can be used in Europe as they have a 2 watt output and you can fit an external aerial.

The next set was Bluetooth......


I have a couple of Interphones F4 Bluetooth units and they can be paired to other units that some clients have.  I also invested in a Interphone Tribe Radio....

The tribe radio has the same radio frequency as my Icom pmr 446 radio and then is the paired to the clients Bluetooth system.  You then have pmr to Bluetooth - Two Way communication


That is the present set up, but before I finish I will just mention the pmr 446 frequency.  There is 8 designated channels:


  • Channel 1 - 446.00625
  • Channel 2 - 446.01875
  • Channel 3 - 446.03125
  • Channel 4 - 446.04375
  • Channel 5 - 446.05625
  • Channel 6 - 446.06875
  • Channel 7 - 446.08125
  • Channel 8 - 446.09375
If you don't have the channel frequencies, it is sometimes impossible to get two radios to work together especially Kenwoods, the 3101, 3201 or 3301.  The channel don't match up up with Icom so you need to check the frequncy and sub channel...
For instance my Icom is on Channel 2 446.01875 and I have added the CTCSS 123.0MHz to it. This matches up with Kenwood Channel 6....  HOPE THIS HELPS.....
 
 
ICOM IC-F4SR
  • ch1 - 446.00625 MHz - No CTCSS
  • ch2 - 446.01875 MHz - No CTCSS
  • ch3 - 446.03125 MHz - No CTCSS
  • ch4 – 446.04375 Mhz – 79.7 Hz
  • ch5 - 446.05625 MHz - 110.9Hz
  • ch6 - 446.06875 MHz - 114.8Hz
  • ch7 - 446.08125 MHz - 118.8Hz
  • ch8 - 446.09375 MHz - 123Hz
  • ch9 - 446.00625 MHz - 127.3Hz
  • ch10- 446.01875 MHz - 131.8Hz
  • ch11- 446.03125 MHz - 136.5Hz
  • ch12- 446.04375 MHz - 141.3Hz
  • ch13- 446.05625 MHz - 146.2Hz
  • ch14- 446.06875 MHz - 151.4Hz
  • ch15- 446.08125 MHz - 156.7Hz
  • ch16- 446.09375 MHz - 250.3Hz
  • ch17- 446.00625 MHz - 179.9Hz
  • ch18- 446.01875 MHz - 173.8Hz
  • ch19- 446.03125 MHz - 162.2Hz
  • ch20- 446.04375 MHz - 67.0Hz
  • ch21- 446.05625 MHz - 71.9Hz
  • ch22- 446.06875 MHz - 167.9Hz
  • ch23- 446.08125 MHz - 186.2Hz
  • ch24- 446.09375 MHz - 192.8Hz 

 
KENWOOD TK 3101
  • ch1 - 446.00625 MHz - 94.8Hz 
  • ch2 - 446.09375 MHz - 88.5Hz 
  • ch3 - 446.03125 MHz - 103.5Hz 
  • ch4 - 446.06875 MHz - 79.7Hz
  • ch5 - 446.04375 MHz - 118.8Hz
  • ch6 - 446.01875 MHz - 123.0Hz
  • ch7 - 446.08125 MHz - 127.3Hz
  • ch8 - 446.05625 MHz - 85.4Hz
  • ch9 - 446.00625 MHz - 107.2Hz
  • ch10 - 446.09375 MHz - 110.9Hz
  • ch11 - 446.03125 MHz - 114.8Hz
  • ch12 - 446.06875 MHz - 82.5Hz
  • ch13 - 446.04375 MHz - 123 DCS
  • ch14 - 446.01875 MHz - 155 DCS
  • ch15 - 446.05625 MHz - 134 DCS
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Ctcss


CTCSS FREQUENCY


  • 1 – 67.0 HZ
  • 2 – 71.9 HZ
  • 3 – 74.4 HZ
  • 4 – 77.0 HZ
  • 5 – 79.7 HZ
  • 6 – 82.5 HZ
  • 7 – 85.4 HZ
  • 8 – 88.5 HZ
  • 9 – 91.5 HZ
  • 10 – 94.8 HZ
  • 11 – 97.4 HZ
  • 12 – 100.0 HZ
  • 13 – 103.5 HZ
  • 14 – 107.2 HZ
  • 15 – 110.9 HZ
  • 16 – 114.8 HZ
  • 17 – 118.8 HZ
  • 18 – 123.0 HZ
  • 19 – 127.3 HZ
  • 20 – 131.8 HZ
  • 21 – 136.5 HZ
  • 22 – 141.3 HZ
  • 23 – 146.2 HZ
  • 24 - 151.4 HZ
  • 25 – 156.7 HZ
  • 26 – 162.2 HZ
  • 27 – 167.9 HZ
  • 28 – 173.8 HZ
  • 29 – 179.9 HZ
  • 30 – 186.2 HZ
  • 31 – 192.8 HZ
  • 32 – 203.5 HZ
  • 33 – 210.7 HZ
  • 34 – 218.1 HZ
  • 35 – 225.7 HZ
  • 36 – 233.6 HZ
  • 37 – 241.8 HZ
  • 38 – 250.3 HZ




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