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Default Frequencies for Kenwood ProTalk Business Radios

The Kenwood business radios available at Buy Two Way Radios are already pre-programmed with itinerant business frequencies by default. While they can be also be re-programmed to your custom frequencies, many customers opt to use the common itinerant frequencies already programmed into them. An FCC license is still required to use these frequencies, however it is faster and less expensive to purchase a Business Itinerant Frequency License than to obtain an exclusive Single Business Frequency License for your company or operation.

Here is a list of Kenwood business radios with their channel numbers and the default itinerant frequencies assigned to them out of the box.

ProTalk UHF (1 and 2 Watt)

ModelChannelFreq. No.FrequencyCode
PKT-23
TK-3230
TK-3400-U4P
TK-3400-U16P
12464.550067.0
28467.925067.0
39461.037567.0
410461.062567.0
TK-3230
TK-3400-U16P
511467.875067.0
612461.112567.0
713461.137567.0
814461.162567.0
91464.500067.0
103467.762567.0
114467.812567.0
125467.850067.0
136467.875067.0
147467.900067.0
1515461.187567.0
1616461.212567.0

ProTalk VHF (2 Watt)

ModelChannelFreq. No.FrequencyCode
TK-2400-V4P
TK-2400-V16P
120154.490067.0
221154.515067.0
31151.625067.0
42151.955067.0
TK-2400-V16P510151.512567.0
612151.685067.0
715151.775067.0
826158.400067.0
91151.625077.0
101151.625088.5
111151.6250179.9
122151.955082.5
132151.955094.8
142151.9550179.9
155151.700067.0
166151.760067.0

ProTalk UHF (5 Watt)

ModelChannelFreq. No.FrequencyCode
TK-3402-U16P11464.500067.0
21464.500077.0
31464.500088.5
41464.5000179.9
51464.5000100.0
62464.550067.0
72464.550082.5
82464.550094.8
92464.5500179.9
102464.5500100.0
1122461.362574.4
1230462.487579.7
1332462.537585.4
1434462.037591.5
1536464.087597.4
1638464.1375103.5

ProTalk VHF (5 Watt)

ModelChannelFreq. No.FrequencyCode
TK-2402-V16P11151.625067.0
21151.625077.0
31151.625088.5
41151.6250179.9
51151.6250100.0
62151.955067.0
72151.955082.5
82151.955094.8
92151.9550179.9
102151.9550100.0
1120154.490067.0
1221154.515067.0
1310151.512567.0
1412151.685067.0
155151.700067.0
166151.760067.0

18 thoughts on “Default Frequencies for Kenwood ProTalk Business Radios”

  • Kareem el 3attar
    Kareem el 3attar February 4, 2019 at 1:18 pm

    Hi i have kenwood tk 3107 and i want to know the default frequency for each channel please

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    • Rick

      We are an authorized Kenwood dealer in the US and only carry genuine Kenwood products available for North America. You may need to consult the manual for your radio. There are numerous radios sold globally under the Kenwood brand but are not actually produced or endorsed by the manufacturer. If the radio is not listed on the Kenwood site in your country or region, it may be counterfeit.

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  • Tawan Stewart

    How do you field program the 2207? This is difficult and also why doesn't the ksc31 base charge radio?

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    • Rick

      We are authorized Kenwood dealers in the US, however we do not carry this model and are not familiar with it. Checking Kenwood's site, the TK-2207 seems to be marketed in China. There are reports of counterfeit TK-2207 radios available for sale on the Internet. We advise caution in purchasing products from sellers who are not specifically authorized by the manufacturer. As for the Kenwood KSC-31 rapid charger, it is a discontinued item and is recommended for use only with the genuine Kenwood radios and batteries for which it was originally designed.

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  • Eric

    I have a kenwood tk f6. We can not connect or channel it to our main base. Please how to program it? Ty

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  • jim

    I purchased a kenwood 3402U16P from ebay but cant figure out how to program the frequency that I need...464.550 and 467.925

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    • E.jolliff

      Can a kenwwod 3302 and a motorola xpr7350 communicate. I own Both radios and just looking to use them on hunting trips. Is this possible?

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      • rick

        That depends. If the XPR7350 is the UHF model, it is possible, since both radios would technically operate within the same range of frequencies. However, both radios would need to be programmed to operate on the same frequency. You would need to obtain the programming cable and software for each specific make and model, or have an authorized dealer do it for you. The latter option also depends on what frequency you are licensed to use, as these are business radios, and are authorized for use on business frequencies.

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  • Rick

    Hi, there are no frequencies pre-programmed into the channels of the Kenwood TK-3000 by the factory out of the box. The radio needs to be programmed to the frequency or frequencies assigned or allocated to your company or organization before use.

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  • DOODS MANZANO

    can you help the channel frequency of TK 3000 kenwood thank you so much

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  • thanks,the ones i have is from china

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  • Rick

    Hi Dzissah, as an authorized Kenwood dealer, we are based in the US and only carry genuine Kenwood radios intended for use in North America. As such, we do not have any information on the TK-U100 or TM-471. As a side note, a base station can only communicate with the handsets if it supports the same band and frequencies and is programmed to use them.

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  • Dzissah Matthew
    Dzissah Matthew October 3, 2017 at 4:43 am

    my university purchased 10, TK-U100 and 1 base station TM-471.
    HOW DO I tune the Base station to control the hand sets.thanks

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  • Rick mertz

    Can u tell me if the frequencies that are pre programmed into kenwood protalk radios do they have a transmitt and receive frequency or are they they the same please link thanks

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  • Patrick Jones

    I have a Kenwood TK 3302U portable radio. How do I program it to a certain frequency (local fire department I work for?)

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  • Rick

    You will need to locate an owner manual for the TK-301.

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  • David Rice

    Good morning,
    I have a question about the old Kenwood TK-301 radios and am hoping you can help.
    Do you have a default frequency list for the TK-301 radios? I purchased mine back in approximately 2002 or 2003.
    Thank you for your time.
    David Rice
    Bowling Green, Ohio

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