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Rabu, 14 Maret 2012

A Universal Programming Cable for Radios

The programming cable is intended to be used with a computer RS-232 port for programming radios and other devices. The main goal of this cable schematics is the invertion of signal levels. That is because the COM port's logic one is a low voltage level, logic zero is a high voltage level. Another goal is the correct voltage level transformation with regard to the real radio programming circuits. And nothing must get burnt...

Schematic diagram

Programmer schematics

Connection circuits (jacks for mobile radios are shown as they are plugged into sockets)

KENWOOD connectors
VERTEX/YAESU connectors
MOTOROLA connectors

MAG ONE connector MAG ONE jack

ICOM connectors
MAXON connector TAIT connector
TAIT connector
STANDARD connector VECTOR connector DRAGON connector
GRANIT1 connector GRANIT2 connector
ALTAVIA connector HYT connector ALAN HM-200 connector
SRM-9000 connector
Phone connector

GP-340 connector (draft by K. Bokhanov)

GP-340 connector
VT1, VT3, VT4 transistors may be BC847 or similar (i.e. BC547B, etc.), VT2 may be BC857 or similar (i.e. BC557B, etc.). Fast silicon diodes of any type will do, for example 1N4148 or LL4148 in MiniMELF case. LP2950 is replaceable with LM2951 with appropriate resistors, 78L05 is the worst choice due to it's own high current consumption. It may fail to work in some cases. Use 78L05 with an external power source.

Cable for RRxD and RTxD connections should be shielded. Multiwire cable with low mutual capacitance among wires is also applicable. Otherwise TxD to RxD interference will result in programming failure. It is important for some KENWOOD radios.

It is convenient to use an additional connector to attach particular radio jacks to the programming cable. DB9 is recommended as a highly reliable one.

Cable connection to KENWOOD portable radios has a specific feature. Radio sockets have prominent rubber rings, thus standard stereo jacks cannot be plugged in firmly. The jack flanges should be ground off till 5 mm in diameter. The jack cases should be cut accordingly.

TK-353 radios are put in the program mode by holding the side button below PTT and C button while powering the radio on. Hold the buttons until "--PC--" appears on its display. TK-250 enters programming mode by pressing Lamp and Lo buttons while turning the radio on.

In MOTOROLA GP300 connector use 2 Ampere diode if you intend to transmit with the cable connected or 1 Ampere diode otherwise. In MOTOROLA P040-P080 connector grind off the jack flange until the jack can be seated firmly. This connector does not need an external power supply if it is provided from the port by a programming software.

MOTOROLA mobile CM series radios are programmed through the rear accessory connector. The programming cable is not powered from the port. The power supply can be taken from the radio power supply or the accessory connector if available. The corresponding programming cable connector was designed by Vadim UA9MIR

MOTOROLA mobile CM series radios may be also programmed through the front mic socket. The programming cable is powered from the radio socket. The corresponding programming cable connector was designed and tested by Belu Daniel (Romania).

In MOTOROLA GP-340 connector the output voltage is limited to approximately 3 Volts. The specific jack is used, it is shown on the figure.

MOTOROLA MAG ONE radios are programmed with the specific connector with different transmit and receive data lines. To be firmly inserted in the socket, the 2.5 mm stereo jack tip should be ground off as shown in the photo. Jacks before and after the modification are shown. The photo is provided by Alexander 'Gulliver'.

VERTEX VXR-5000 and VXR-7000 programming software works improperly on modern computers with fast processors. Computers with i80486 are recommended by VERTEX, iCeleron 433 MHz processor may be also applicable.

An unusual connector is needed for KENWOOD TK-690/790/890 radios. The common data transmission and reception line is used.

The cable can be used as a CAT interface for tranceiver control. This cable connector includes separate Tx and Rx data lines and a power supply from the radio.

Alexander Nesterov has designed the TAIT T2000 series radio connector. The main idea is the additional level invertion using a CMOS logic IC. CD4093 is recommended because it has Schmitt trigger inputs. However, any CMOS invertor can be used. Unused IC inputs (not outputs !) should be grounded.

Alexander Nesterov has also designed the programmer schematics enhancements (VD8 and R13) and a specific connector to program MAXON SL500 radios. The programmer is used as a non-inverting buffer. In SL500 connector VD1 and VD2 diodes provide an extra protection of the radio. They can be omitted if desired.

Oleg EX8MLT has proposed HYT TC-500 radios connector. It is different from KENWOOD portables connector which is used for other HYT radios. Both jacks should be plugged in simultaneously.

Alexander Ivanov has designed a connector to ALTAVIA radios. These radios are designed and manufactured in Russia. The connector is similar to MOTOROLA P040/P080 portables connector but needs no external power supply.

Alexander UA9CEE has designed a connector to STANDARD GX-2000 radios. The radio should be programmed with slow computers (recommended processor rate 166 MHz or less) under MS DOS.

Valery UA6LPG has designed a connector to Russian Granit-202 radios. Programmer schematics is classic. The radio is put into programming mode by holding 'Phi' button while powering on.

Yuri US5IVZ has designed a connector to DRAGON SY-5430 programmable radios. It should be linked to the microphone connector.

Federico Menthe (Argentina) has modified the TAIT radios connector. Now it is capable to program T3000 series handheld radios.

Vladimir Vashchenko has designed a connector schematics for VERTEX VX-800, VX-4000, VX-6000, etc. These radios have a specific accessory connector.

Vladislav Bashaev has designed a connector schematics for ICOM IC-31G/41G.

Alexander 'Gulliver' has proposed the connector for the VECTOR VT-44 MILITARY portable LPD radio.

Roman RN3ADR with the author's participance has designed the connector for SIMOCO SRM-9000 series radios. Before programming the radio must be turned on. To do so push and hold SW1 button until HL1 LED switches on. After programming turn the radio off by holding the button until the LED switches off. Now you may disconnect the programming cable from the radio.

Valery UA9MRQ has proposed the connector for the russian GRANIT 2P-21 mobile radio.

Yury US5IVZ has proposed the connector for ALAN HM-200 radio.

Georgy RN3ZNL and Dmitry RN3ZQL have tested the programming cable attached to a computer via a COM - USB2.0 converter with the appropriate driver under Windows XP. In this case a DOS programming software seems to work correctly with the emulated serial port (various DOS softwares for MOTOROLA mobile radios were tested). Also the data exchange speed for DOS programs via the emulated port is notably higher then via the standard serial port under Windows XP. Modern high speed computers vere used in those tests.

A connection to devices with a non-standard processor supply voltage (cordless and cellular phones) requiers a special connector. A TxD key power is taken from the phone, so the input logic levels cannot exceed the processor supply voltage. For example SENAO SN-258 is attached by its test connector in this way: TxD - cont. 1, RxD - cont. 2, GND - cont. 3, Vbat - cont. 5. R1 resistor may be omitted because the phone RxD circuit has an inner 47 kOhm resistor to the ground.

The cellular phones connector can be used for applying AT-commands or firmware replacement. There are no hardware flow control circuits in the connector. The Siemens specific connector is shown. Use it for AT-commands with the switch turned off, for firmware downloading with the switch turned on. The Siemens phone socket pinout is from For more information please search specific cell phone sites.

The programming cable printed circuit board (97.2 kB) was designed by Valery UA6LPG with non-chip components. In order to print it save the GIF image to disk. Then open the GIF file with Adobe Photoshop (or any other editor) and change the image resolution to 600 dpi (look for at Image/Image size). Print it, it will be of the right size.

Please note that Rind resistor and a LED are used just to indicate the power supply voltage. You can omit R12, Rind and a LED, the circuit will work. Some words are in Russian, the most significant words are translated. The recommended value of Rind is 4.3 kOhm to minimize the current consumption, the LED will glow slightly.

The programming cable was tested with 336 device types, i.e.
Device (radio) type
Checked by
Recommended software Connector
TM-V7 Igor RA0FMF MCP-V7 ver 1.01 KEN-1A
TK-250 Valery UA6LPG, Belu Daniel (Romania), Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Victoria Chernigovskaya KPG-23D KEN-2
TK-259 Robert PE1CWU KPG-32D KEN-2
TK-260G Valery UA6LPG, Vladimir Fiodorov KPG-56D KEN-2
TK-270 Alexander UA4LOR, Belu Daniel (Romania), Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Yevgueny UR5LIS, Alexander UR5TID KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-270G Serguey RU3VV, Gorodnov, Nikolay Novakov, Albina Luchaninova, Vladimir Fiodorov, Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Yevgueny Novik, Igor Saprykin, Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin KPG-56D KEN-2
TM-271 Marat (Dushanbe), Victor from Alma-Ata, Zinnur Nigmatulin MCP-1A KEN-1B
TK-272 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-272G Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-56D KEN-2
TK-278 Yevgueny RA9MHL, Igor Marzaganov, Alexander Nesterov, Lahodni Stefan (Romania), Denis Alafinov, Nikolay UT5VF, Yury RA9SVD, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar, Oleg RN3AUM, Boris Martynov, Alexey EW7AT KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-350 Alexander UA9CEE, Serguey UA0CIC, Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-23D KEN-2
TK-353 the author KPG-26D KEN-2
TK-360 the author KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-360G the author, Ramunas Majauskas KPG-56D KEN-2
TK-370 Alexander 'Gulliver', Igor UU8JA, Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-370G Serguey UA9UDQ, Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Ramil Yunusov KPG-56D KEN-2
TK-372 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-27D KEN-2
TK-372G Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-56D KEN-2
TK-378 the author, Denis Alafinov, Yury RA9SVD, Ramil Yunusov, Oleg RA9JM, Alexander UR5TID, Oleg RN3AUM, Mikhail aka Neptun KPG-27D KEN-2
TM-471 Marat (Dushanbe) MCP-1A KEN-1B
TK-480 Alexander UA9CEE KPG-35D KEN-4
TKR-750 Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar KPG-66D, KPG-91D KEN-1B
TK-752E Belu Daniel (Romania) KPG-28D KEN-1A
TK-759 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-28D KEN-1A
TK-760 Alexander UA9CEE, Andrey Kolennikov, Viktor UN1EAE, Belu Daniel (Romania), Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-760G Andrey Kolennikov, Vladimir UA9FIA, Yevgueny Novik, Alexander UR5TID, Roman RV3SBQ, Roman RN3ADR, Serguey Olar, Zinnur Nigmatulin KPG-56D KEN-1B
TK-760G 5-tone Belu Daniel (Romania) KPG-67D KEN-1B
TK-760H Alexander Nesterov, Roman RV3SBQ KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-760HG-1 Serguey UA9UDQ, Vladimir Vashchenko, ALEKSEY30, Alexey Gordeyko, Alexander UA9CEW, Viktor UN1EAE, Alexander UR5TID KPG-56D KEN-1B
TK-762G 5-tone Belu Daniel (Romania) KPG-67D KEN-1B
TK-768 Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-768G Albina Luchaninova KPG-56D KEN-1B
TK-768H Ramunas Majauskas, Mikhail aka Neptun, Boris Martynov KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-809 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-20D KEN-1A
TK-840 the author, Alexey RZ3AIQ, Roman RN3ADR, Scott Zimmerman N3XCC KPG-25D KEN-1A
TKR-850 the author, Ramil Yunusov KPG-66D, KPG-91D KEN-1B
TK-860 MALE aka Dmitry, Ramil Yunusov, Oleg RA9JM, Alexander Nesterov KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-860G-1 the author, MALE aka Dmitry KPG-56D KEN-1B
TK-860H the author KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-862G-1 5-tone Ramunas Majauskas KPG-67D KEN-1B
TK-868 Ramil Yunusov, Alexander Nesterov KPG-29D KEN-1A
TK-880 Serguey Bunin KPG-49D KEN-1B
TK-880-3 (MT) the author KPG-60D KEN-1B
TK-890 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-44D KEN-3
TK-2102 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Ramil Yunusov KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-2106Z Alexander Ivanov KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-2107 Vladimir Yasakov, the author, Serguey UA9UDQ, Ivan UX7MX, Igor Marzaganov, Alexander UA4LOR, Serguey EW6GC, Vladimir Vashchenko, Andrey RV4HV, ALEKSEY30, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Dmitry EW3BX, Igor UU8JA, Denis Alafinov, Igor UR5YEI, Nikolay UT5VF, Vladislav Bashaev, Yevgueny UR5LIS, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar, Serguey Cherkasov, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Oleg RN3AUM, Alexey EW7AT, Victoria Chernigovskaya KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-2118 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-69D KEN-2
TK-2160 Nikolay Novakov, Alexander Nesterov, Lahodni Stefan (Romania), Belu Daniel (Romania) KPG-82D KEN-2
TK-2170 Ramil Yunusov, the author KPG-101D KEN-2
TK-2200 Serguey Bunin KPG-88D KEN-2
TK-2202 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-2202L Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-87D v.2.3 KEN-2
TK-2206 Serguey Bunin, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay Strokinov, Serguey Cherkasov, Andrey Shunko, Victoria Chernigovskaya KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-2207 Serguey Bunin, Denis Alafinov, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Paolo IW3SQM, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Victoria Chernigovskaya KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-2212 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-100D KEN-2
TK-3101 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-48D KEN-2
TK-3102 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Ramil Yunusov KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-3107 Loay Jawad (Iraq), Roman RN3ADR, Igor Popov, Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Oleg RN3AUM, Doychin LZ3DA, Alexey EW7AT, Andrey Shunko, Alexander Nesterov KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-3118 Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-69D KEN-2
TK-3160 Serguey Bunin, the author KPG-82D KEN-2
TK-3168 Serguey Bunin KPG-82D KEN-2
TK-3170 the author, Ramil Yunusov KPG-101D KEN-2
TK-3200 Serguey Bunin KPG-88D KEN-2
TK-3202 Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-3202L Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-87D v.2.3 KEN-2
TK-3206 Serguey Bunin, the author, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Igor Saprykin, Serguey Olar, Andrey Shunko, Alexander Nesterov KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-3207 Serguey Bunin, Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-3212 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) KPG-100D KEN-2
TK-3217 Alexander Nesterov KPG-100D KEN-2
TK-7100 Serguey Olar, Andrey Shunko KPG-80D KEN-1B
TK-7102 Zinnur Nigmatulin KPG-70D KEN-1B
TK-7108 Serguey Bunin, Viktor UN1EAE, Igor Saprykin, Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar, Zinnur Nigmatulin KPG-70D KEN-1B
TK-7160 Serguey Bunin, Belu Daniel (Romania), Boris Martynov KPG-99D KEN-1B
TK-8102 the author, Oleg RA9JM KPG-70D KEN-1B
TK-8108 the author, Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin KPG-70D KEN-1B
TK-8160 the author, Serguey Bunin KPG-99D KEN-1B
TK-8160H the author KPG-99D KEN-1B
TK-8162E Zoheir Ammar (Algeria) KPG-99D(E) KEN-1B
TK-8180 Serguey Bunin, the author KPG-89D KEN-1B
Ukrainian KENWOOD
TK-2170 (the same as TK-2107) Roman UT5ERP KPG-55D KEN-2
TK-2260 (the same as TK-2206) Alexander Nesterov, Serguey Olar, Andrey Shunko KPG-87D KEN-2
TK-7020 (the same as TK-7100) Alexander Nesterov, Andrey Shunko KPG-80D KEN-1B
TK-7020 (the same as TK-7108) Yury US5IVZ, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay UT5VF KPG-70D KEN-1B
TK-7060 (the same as TK-760G) Alexander Nesterov KPG-56D KEN-1B
TK-7060 (the same as TK-7160) Alexander Nesterov KPG-99D KEN-1B
PT-2208S Vladimir Vashchenko, Nikolay aka 'KOKA' KSP-11 KEN-2
PT-3208S Vladimir Vashchenko, ALEKSEY30, Nikolay aka 'KOKA' KSP-11 KEN-2
PT-3209 Vladimir Vashchenko, ALEKSEY30 KSP-11 KEN-2
PT-3288S Vladimir Vashchenko   KEN-2
TA-240 Viacheslav UR5ROZ, Alexander Nesterov   KEN-2
TC-268 (Eclipse) Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay)   KEN-2
TC-268S (Eclipse) Jaco Le Roux (South Africa)   KEN-2
TC-270 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay)   KEN-2
TC-368 (Eclipse) Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay)   KEN-2
TC-368S (Eclipse) Jaco Le Roux (South Africa)   KEN-2
TC-370 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay)   KEN-2
TC-500 Oleg EX8MLT, Zinnur Nigmatulin HT500S, SW-500UA HYT-1
TC-700 Vladislav Bashaev HT700E HYT-1
RN-102 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Victoria Chernigovskaya (reports itself as TK-2107) KPG-55D KEN-2
DJ-344KU Roman RN3ADR, Vladimir RV6AMF MCP-318 KEN-2
LT-2188 Nikolay aka 'KOKA' MCP-318 KEN-2
SC-R706 Serguey Bunin SCR706 KEN-2
ST-518 Vladimir RV6AMF KPG-55D KEN-2
AJ-344V Valery UA9MRQ   KEN-2
VX-1R Yevgueny RA9MHL, Alexander 'Gulliver' VX1 Y/V-1B
VX-2R Alexey RZ3AIQ, the author, Alexander 'Gulliver', RV9CT VX2, VX2 commander Y/V-1B
VX-5R Igor RA0FMF, the author VX5 Y/V-1B
VX-7R Serguey Bunin, Gyula HA7JCA (Hungary), RV9CT VX7 Y/V-1B
FT-10R Alexander 'Gulliver', Roman RV3SBQ, Roman RN3ADR WFT10 Y/V-1B
VX-10 Igor Marzaganov, the author, MALE aka Dmitry, Nikolay Strokinov, Dmitry EW3BX, Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey RN4ABL, Alexander 'Gulliver', Victoria Chernigovskaya CE14 Y/V-1B
FT-11R Igor Marzaganov WFT11 Y/V-1A
FT-40R Alexander 'Gulliver', the author WFT40 Y/V-1B
FT-41R the author WFT41 Y/V-1A
FT-50R the author, Roman RN3ADR WFT50 Y/V-1B
FT-51R Dmitry UA2FBB, MALE aka Dmitry WFT51 Y/V-1B
FT-60R Igor RA0FMF, Serguey Bunin, Andrey EW3DC FT-60 Commander Y/V-1B
VX-160 Veniamin Dolgikh, Pavel RA0SJB, Andrey RV4HV, Alexander Nesterov, Yury RA9SVD, Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Serguey Cherkasov, Ramil Yunusov, Alexey EW7AT CE44 Y/V-1B
VX-160E Alexander Nesterov, Ramil Yunusov CE51 Y/V-1B
VX-180 Veniamin Dolgikh, Paolo IW3SQM, Ramil Yunusov CE44, CE51 Y/V-1B
VX-180E Ramil Yunusov CE51 Y/V-1B
VX-200 Yevgueny RA9MHL, Yevgueny RU6AI, Alexander Ivanov, RV9CT CE9 Y/V-1B
VX-210A the author, MALE aka Dmitry, RN3DD, Serguey Bunin CE45 Y/V-1B
VX-210 Vladimir Vashchenko, Alexander Ivanov, Serguey Bunin, the author, Igor RA0FMF CE29 Y/V-1B
VX-300 Igor RA0FMF, Alexander Kiseliov, Alexander Nesterov CE18 Y/V-1B
VX-400 Igor Marzaganov, Vladimir Vashchenko CE24 Y/V-1B
VX-414 Roman RN3ADR CE64 Y/V-1B
VX-417 Serguey Bunin CE64 Y/V-1B
VX-420 Igor RA0FMF CE64 Y/V-1B
VX-500 Yevgueny RA9MHL, Alexander 'Gulliver', Alexander Nesterov, Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey Andrianov CE6 Y/V-1B
VX-800 Vladimir Vashchenko CE49 Y/V-3
FT-857D Serguey UA0CIC, RV9CT (as the CAT interface)   Y/V-4
FT-897 RV9CT (as the CAT interface)   Y/V-4
VX-1000 Valery UA6LPG CE-7 (Windows 98) Y/V-2
FTL-1011 Nikolay Novakov, Alexander Kiseliov, Vladimir Vashchenko, Oleg RU6FB CE5, CE7 (99ch) Y/V-2
FTL-1014 Alexander 'Gulliver' CE5, CE7 (99ch) Y/V-2
VX-1700 Antonio José (Brazil) CE77 Y/V-4
VX-2000 Yevgueny RA3ZMB, EU7SS, Viacheslav UR5ROZ, Vladimir Vashchenko, Pavel RA0SJB, the author, Andrey Kolennikov, Alexander Nesterov, Roman RV3SBQ, Yevgueny UR5LIS, Ramil Yunusov, Alexey EW7AT, Victoria Chernigovskaya CE20 Y/V-2
FTH-2008 Nikolay Strokinov, Vladimir RW0JC CE2 Y/V-1C
FTH-2009 Victoria Chernigovskaya CE2 Y/V-1C
FTH-2010 Alexander Nesterov, Alexey UR8QM, Ramunas Majauskas, Gyula HA7JCA (Hungary) CE2 Y/V-1C
FTL-2011 Veniamin Dolgikh, Alain Seguin (Canada), Yury RA9SVD, Vlad RV6HG, Oleg RU6FB, Alexander UA9CEW, MALE aka Dmitry, Victor RK6MP (99ch), Valery UA6LPG, Alexander UR5TID, Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey Andrianov, Igor Saprykin CE5, CE7 (99ch) Y/V-2
VX-2100 Roman RV3SBQ, Ramil Yunusov CE82 Y/V-2
VX-2200 Ramil Yunusov, Victor from Alma-Ata CE82 Y/V-2
VX-2500 Paolo IW3SQM, Serguey Bunin CE63 Y/V-2
VX-3000 Serguey UA9UDQ, Vladimir Vashchenko (VHF and LB versions), Valery UA6LPG, Victoria Chernigovskaya CE19 Y/V-2
VX-3200 Vlad RV6HG, Vladimir Vashchenko, Alexey Gordeyko, Serguey Bunin, Serguey Cherkasov CE52 Y/V-2
VX-4000 Vladimir Vashchenko, Maxim Zorkaltsev (software versions and work fine, version is dysfunctional) CE49 Y/V-3
VX-4107 Serguey Bunin, the author, Igor RA0FMF CE59 Y/V-2
VXR-5000 the author (a computer with the iCeleron 433 MHz processor), Andrey Andrianov CE8 Y/V-2
VX-6000 Vladimir Vashchenko CE49 Y/V-3
VXR-7000 Alexander Tataurov (a computer with the i80486 processor), Vladislav Bashaev CE27 Y/V-2
FTH-7008 Ramunas Majauskas CE2 Y/V-1C
FTL-7011 Alexander UA9CEW (99ch), Alexander Nesterov, the author CE5, CE7 (99ch) Y/V-2
FTL-7014 the author (reports itself as FTL-7011) CE5 Y/V-2
FT-8500 Alexander RA1AGA WFT8500 Y/V-2
FT-8800R Andrey UA3USQ, Igor RA0FMF FTB8800 Y/V-2
M10 Alexander Nesterov GM300 R04.00.00 MOT-3
P020 Yevgueny RA9MHL, Nikolay aka 'KOKA' Alpha Series Radios CPS R01.07 MOT-2
CP040 Andrey UA3USQ, Gyula HA7JCA (Hungary), Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Alexander Nesterov, Roman RN3ADR R05.04 MOT-2
GP040 Valery UA6LPG R02.02.00 MOT-2
P040 Veniamin Dolgikh, Stan UN8GA, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Andrey Kolennikov, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Andrey UA3USQ, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey Andrianov, Roman RN3ADR, Alexander RA3NY, Ramil Yunusov, Victor from Samara reg., Boris Martynov, Alexey EW7AT, Victoria Chernigovskaya R02.02.00 MOT-2
P080 Valery UA6LPG, Pavel UA1ZCC, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Alexander RX6HT, Igor Saprykin, Ramil Yunusov, Boris Martynov, Alexey EW7AT R02.02.00 MOT-2
GP68 Alexander Nesterov, Igor UU8JA   MOT-1
GP88 Andrey Kolennikov, Ramil Yunusov GP300 R01.00.00 MOT-1
M100 RADIUS Belu Daniel (Romania) Radius Mobile R08.00.00 MOT-3
M110 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Yury US5IVZ GM300 R04.00.00 MOT-3
P110 Igor Marzaganov, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Yury RA9SVD, Roman RV3SBQ, Lahodni Stefan (Romania), Alexey EW7AT GP300 R07.00.00 MOT-1
M120 Alexander Nesterov, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Belu Daniel (Romania), Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Oleg RA9JM GM300 R04.00.00 MOT-3
M130 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay) GM300 R04.00.00 MOT-3
CM-140 ALEKSEY30, Valery UA6LPG, Veniamin Dolgikh, Yury RA9SVD, Belu Daniel (Romania), Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Alexander RX6HT, Ramil Yunusov, Alexander Nesterov, Oleg RA9JM, Albina Luchaninova, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Victoria Chernigovskaya, Alexander Nesterov R02.04, R05.00, R05.00.02, R05.04, R05.06, R05.07 MOT-5A, MOT-5B
GM-140 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander UR5TID R05.00 MOT-3, MOT-5B
CP-140 Dmitry Shilo, Serguey Cherkasov, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Victor from Samara reg., Doychin LZ3DA R05.01, R05.06, R05.07 MOT-2
CM-160 Vadim UA9MIR, ALEKSEY30, Valery UA6LPG, Belu Daniel (Romania), Ramil Yunusov, Alexey EW7AT R02.04, R05.00, R04.00, R05.04, R05.07 MOT-5A, MOT-5B
GM-160 Andrey Aladyin, Valery UA6LPG, Roman RN3ADR, Albina Luchaninova R04.00.00, R06.04 MOT-3
CP-160 Ramil Yunusov R05.01 MOT-2
CP-180 Valery UA6LPG, Albina Luchaninova R05.00 MOT-2
EM-200 Antonio José (Brazil) CPS V5.05 MOT-5B
M208 MALE aka Dmitry, Oleg Chugunov, Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey Shunko RADMBL MOT-3
M216 MALE aka Dmitry RADMBL MOT-3
GM-300 the author, Serguey RU3VV, Yevgueny RA9MHL, Valery UA6LPG, Igor Marzaganov, Oleg RU6FB, Andrey RV4HV, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexey Gordeyko, Alexander Nesterov, Andrey Kolennikov, Albina Luchaninova, Igor UU8JA, Nikolay UT5VF, Yury RA9SVD, Belu Daniel (Romania), Vladimir Fiodorov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Roman RV3SBQ, Roman RN3ADR, Andrey Shunko, Igor Saprykin, Ramil Yunusov, Georgy RN3ZNL and Dmitry RN3ZQL, Oleg RA9JM, Serguey Olar, Alexander UR5TID, RV9CT, Victoria Chernigovskaya GM300 R01.00.00, R04.00.00, R05.00.00, Radius GM300 CPS for Win 2000 & XP(TM) ver.1.3, Radio Doctor for GM300 ver.1.12 MOT-3, MOT-5B
GP-300 the author, Yevgueny RA9MHL, Igor RA0FMF, Valery UA6LPG, Igor Marzaganov, Mikhail Gorokhov, Andrey RV4HV, Victor RA1TDC, Alexander UA1THR, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexey Gordeyko, Alexander Nesterov, Igor UU8JA, Igor UR5YEI, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Yury RA9SVD, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Vladimir Yasakov, Roman RV3SBQ, Lahodni Stefan (Romania), Roman RN3ADR, Igor Saprykin, Alexander RA3NY, Oleg RA9JM, Serguey Olar, RV9CT, Victor from Samara reg., Alexey EW7AT, Victoria Chernigovskaya GP300 R07.00.00, GP-300IVG MOT-1
GP-300 Select 5 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Serguey Olar R02.04.00 MOT-1
MAG ONE MP300 Alexander 'Gulliver', Nikolay aka 'KOKA' MP300 MOT-6
GM-320 Andrey Shunko R03.07.04 MOT-3
GP-320 Roman RV3SBQ, Oleg RN3AUM, Victoria Chernigovskaya R03.03.00 rus + Tuner for Professional Radios (R02.00.03), R03.07.04 MOT-4
ZR320 interface Anton UA6JHM GM300 R05.00.00 MOT-3, MOT-5B
GP-340 Vadim UA9MIR, Serguey EW6GC, Serguey RX6LRE, Andrey RV4HV, Vladimir Vashchenko, Alexander Nesterov, Albina Luchaninova, Jaco Le Roux (South Africa), Andrey UA3USQ, Ramunas Majauskas, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Roman RV3SBQ, Roman RN3ADR, Alexander RA3NY, Oleg RN3AUM, Victoria Chernigovskaya, Alexander 'Gulliver' R03.01.00, D03.02.01, R03.03.00 rus, R03.07.04 MOT-4
CM-340 Belu Daniel (Romania), Alexander Nesterov, Vladimir US5LVS, Victoria Chernigovskaya R04.00, R05.04, R05.06 MOT-5A, MOT-5B
GM-340 the author, MALE aka Dmitry, Andrey Kolennikov, Andrey UA3USQ, Yury RA9SVD, Belu Daniel (Romania), Ramunas Majauskas, Alexander RX6HT, Roman RN3ADR, Serguey Olar, Albina Luchaninova, RV9CT, Scott Zimmerman N3XCC, Andrey Shunko R03.01.00, D03.02.01, R03.03.00 rus, R03.00.01 MOT-3
GM-350 Serguey RU3VV, Yevgueny RA9MHL, Gorodnov, the author, Valery UA6LPG, Serguey UA0CIC, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexey Gordeyko, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay UT5VF, Yury RA9SVD, Belu Daniel (Romania), Yevgueny Novik, Igor RA0FMF, Roman RV3SBQ, Andrey Andrianov, Igor Saprykin, Ramil Yunusov, Georgy RN3ZNL and Dmitry RN3ZQL, Albina Luchaninova, UR5GCD R03.00.08, R03.01.06, R03.01.09, R03.01.08 MOT-3
CM-360 Belu Daniel (Romania) R04.00, R05.04 MOT-5A, MOT-5B
GP-360 Roman RN3ADR, Victor from Samara reg., Oleg RN3AUM R03.01.02, R03.07.04 MOT-4
GM-360 Valery UA6LPG, Vladimir Vashchenko, Oleg Chugunov, Alexander RX6HT, Igor Saprykin, RV9CT, UR5GCD, Scott Zimmerman N3XCC, Andrey Shunko R03.01.02, R03.00.01 MOT-3
GP-380 Oleg RN3AUM R03.07.04 MOT-4
EM-400 Antonio José (Brazil) CPS V5.05 MOT-5B
EP-450 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Antonio José (Brazil) CPS V5.05 MOT-2
GM-600 Alexander 'Gulliver', Igor Saprykin R02.00.20 MOT-3
GP-600 Igor Saprykin R03.03.09, R02.00.20 MOT-1
GM-640 Oleg RN3AUM R00.07.04 MOT-3
GP-640 Oleg RN3AUM, Alexander 'Gulliver' R00.07.04 MOT-4
GM-660 Oleg RN3AUM R00.07.04 MOT-3
GP-660 Oleg RN3AUM R00.07.04 MOT-4
GM-680 Oleg RN3AUM R00.07.04 MOT-3
GP-680 Oleg RN3AUM, Roman RN3ADR R00.05.02 MOT-4
GM-950 Belu Daniel (Romania), Georgy RN3ZNL and Dmitry RN3ZQL R02.00.00 MOT-5B
GM-1200E Roman RN3ADR R00.01.05 MOT-5B
HT-1250 Oleg RN3AUM R06.08.05 MOT-4
GM-1280 Alexander 'Gulliver', Oleg RN3AUM R00.04.04, R00.07.04 MOT-3
GP-1280 Alexander 'Gulliver' R00.07.04 MOT-4
HT-1550 Oleg RN3AUM R06.08.05 MOT-4
HT-1550XS Oleg RN3AUM R06.08.05 MOT-4
LTS 2000 Alexander 'Gulliver', Roman RN3ADR R02.00.10 MOT-3
MAXTRAC Alexander 'Gulliver', Belu Daniel (Romania), Oleg RA9JM R07.02.00A MOT-3
MAXTRUNK (trunked MAXTRAC) Belu Daniel (Romania) MaxTrac Trunked Mobile R05.02.00 MOT-3
PRO3100 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Antonio José (Brazil) Professional Radio CPS R6.09.06 MOT-3
PRO3150 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Antonio José (Brazil) Entry Level v2.03 MOT-2
PRO5100 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Antonio José (Brazil) Professional Radio CPS R6.09.06 MOT-3
PRO5150 Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Antonio José (Brazil) Professional Radio CPS R6.09.06 MOT-4
PRO7100 Antonio José (Brazil) Professional Radio CPS R6.09.06 MOT-3
PRO5150 Antonio José (Brazil) Professional Radio CPS R6.09.06 MOT-4
Volna-101 Valery UA6LPG (reports itself as MOTOROLA GM-160) MOTOROLA R06.05.03 MOT-3
Volna-201 Andrey Kolennikov, Valery UA6LPG (reports itself as MOTOROLA GM-360) MOTOROLA R03.01.00, D03.02.01 MOT-3
Volna-302 Andrey Kolennikov (reports itself as MOTOROLA CP-180) MOTOROLA R05.01 MOT-2
Altavia 301M Alexander UA4LOR ALTAVIA v2.01 ALT-1
Granit-202 Valery UA6LPG radios with serial numbers below 1200: P_R23M-014; above 1200: P_R23M2 GRA-1
2P-21 Valery UA9MRQ   GRA-2
2P-23 Igor Touryansky, Roman RV3SBQ P_R23M (for 2P-21,23,25) GRA-1
KLYON Alexey EW7AT R23M10 GRA-1
IC-T2 Ramil Yunusov, Alexander Nesterov CST2 ICO-2
IC-F3 Valery UA6LPG, Alexander Kiseliov, Igor Marzaganov, Alexander UA4LOR, Alexey RA1TEZ, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin CSF3 ICO-2
IC-F3GS Igor RA0FMF, Valery UA6LPG, Igor Marzaganov, Ivan UX7MX, Andrey Shunko, Ramil Yunusov CSF3G ICO-2
IC-F3GT Ramil Yunusov, Albina Luchaninova CSF3G ICO-2
IC-F4 Alexander UA4LOR, Valery UA6LPG, Alexander Nesterov, Igor UU8JA, Ramil Yunusov CSF3 ICO-2
IC-F4GS MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Ramil Yunusov, Igor RA0FMF, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF3G ICO-2
IC-F4GT MALE aka Dmitry, Serguey Bunin, Ramil Yunusov CSF3G ICO-2
IC-R5 scanner UR5WKB CSR5 ICO-2
IC-T7 Ramil Yunusov CST7 ICO-2
IC-V8 Antonio José (Brazil) CSV8 ICO-2
IC-F10 Pavel UA1ZCC CSF10 ICO-2
IC-R10 scanner Alexander Nesterov CSR10 ICO-2
IC-F11 Valery UA6LPG, MALE aka Dmitry, Andrey Kolennikov, Ivan UX7MX, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Alexander RA0CGP, Andrey Andrianov, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Igor RA0FMF, Albina Luchaninova, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF11 ICO-2
IC-F14 MALE aka Dmitry, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin CSF14 ICO-2
IC-F16 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander RA0CGP, Serguey Cherkasov, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Albina Luchaninova, Alexander Nesterov CSF14 ICO-2
IC-F21 Pavel RA0SJB, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Igor UU8JA, Ramil Yunusov CSF11 ICO-2
IC-F24 Ramil Yunusov CSF14 ICO-2
IC-F26 Pavel RA0SJB, MALE aka Dmitry, Ramil Yunusov, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF14 ICO-2
IC-F30 Roman RN3ADR EX-1489 ICO-4
IC-F30LT MALE aka Dmitry EX-1489 ICO-4
IC-W31N Andrey UA3USQ software for IC-W32  
IC-F40LT MALE aka Dmitry EX-1489 ICO-4
IC-F41GT Vladislav Bashaev CSF40G ICO-5
IC-F50 Ramil Yunusov CSF50 ICO-2
IC-F60 Ramil Yunusov CSF50 ICO-2
IC-A110 Valery UA9MRQ CSA110 ICO-2
IC-F110 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Vladimir Vashchenko, Alexander RA0CGP, Serguey Cherkasov, Ramil Yunusov, Alexander UR5TID, Albina Luchaninova, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF100 ICO-3
IC-F110S Vladimir Vashchenko, Alexander Nesterov, Dmitry Kosolap, Nikolay UT5VF, Alexander UR5TID, Albina Luchaninova, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF100S ICO-3
IC-F111 Alexander UA4LOR, ALEKSEY30, MALE aka Dmitry, Andrey Kolennikov, Alexander Nesterov, Roman RV3SBQ, Alexander UA9CEW, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar, Zinnur Nigmatulin, Alexander UR5TID, Albina Luchaninova, Serguey Cherkasov CSF100 ICO-3
IC-F111S Serguey RX6LRE, ALEKSEY30, Alexander Nesterov, Roman RV3SBQ, Albina Luchaninova, Mikhail aka Neptun CSF100S ICO-3
IC-F121 Antonio José (Brazil), Scott Zimmerman N3XCC CSF100, CSF121clo v1.7 ICO-3
IC-F121S Norman Miller CX1ANM (Uruguay), Scott Zimmerman N3XCC CSF100S ICO-3
IC-F210 Pavel RA0SJB, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Ramil Yunusov, Victoria Chernigovskaya CSF100 ver.1.5 ICO-3
IC-F210S Oleg RA9JM CSF100S ICO-3
IC-F211 the author, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Serguey Bunin, Ramil Yunusov, Serguey Olar CSF100 ICO-3
IC-F211S the author, Alexander Nesterov CSF100S ICO-3
IC-F310 MALE aka Dmitry, Belu Daniel (Romania), Valery UA6LPG CSF300 ICO-1
IC-F310S MALE aka Dmitry, Belu Daniel (Romania), Alexander UR5TID CSF300S ICO-1
IC-F320 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Albina Luchaninova, Zinnur Nigmatulin CSF300 ICO-1
IC-F320S Valery 4Z5PT, Alexander 'Gulliver', Veniamin Dolgikh, Serguey RX6LRE, Alexey RA1TEZ, MALE aka Dmitry, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Albina Luchaninova CSF300S ICO-1
IC-F410 the author, Andrey RV4HV CSF300 ICO-1
IC-F410S Alexander Nesterov CSF300S ICO-1
IC-F420 Alexander Nesterov, Ramil Yunusov, Scott Zimmerman N3XCC, the author CSF300 ICO-1
IC-F420S Serguey Bunin, Alexander 'Gulliver' CSF300S ICO-1
IC-F520 Roman RN3ADR CSF500 ICO-3
IC-F521 Roman RV3SBQ CSF500 ICO-3
IC-F621 the author CSF500 ICO-3
IC-M710 Igor RA0FMF Ex1726 ICO-1
IC-F1010 MALE aka Dmitry, Alexey EW7AT EX1764 ICO-1
IC-F1020 MALE aka Dmitry EX1764 ICO-1
IC-F2010 Serguey Bunin EX1764 ICO-2
IC-F2020 Roman RN3ADR, Igor Saprykin EX1764 ICO-2
IC-FR3000 ALEKSEY30, Ramil Yunusov CSFR3000 ICO-1
IC-FR4000 Ramil Yunusov CSFR3000 ICO-1
IC-V8000 Igor RA0FMF CSV8000 ICO-2
DR-B1 Alexander Nesterov, Belu Daniel (Romania), Serguey Cherkasov, Ramil Yunusov DRB1 ICO-2
DR-130 Ramil Yunusov DR130 ICO-2
DR-135 Serguey UA9UDQ, Dmitry UA2FBB, Yury RA9SVD, Belu Daniel (Romania), Vladimir Vashchenko, Valery UA6LPG, Roman RV3SBQ (DR-135T), Roman RN3ADR, Ramil Yunusov, Zinnur Nigmatulin DR135 ICO-2
DR-135F Roman RV3SBQ (Schematics is different from the usual DR-135. The high zero effect is present.), Serguey Cherkasov, Igor Popov DR135 ICO-2
DR-140 Serguey UA9UDQ, Albina Luchaninova, Igor RA0FMF, Roman RV3SBQ, Ramil Yunusov DR140 ICO-2
DJ-190 Ramil Yunusov DJ190 ICO-2
DJ-191 Alexander 'Gulliver', Igor RA0FMF, Nikolay Strokinov, Alexander Nesterov, Igor UR5YEI, Albina Luchaninova, Igor UU8JA, Denis Alafinov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Roman RV3SBQ, Roman RN3ADR, Andrey Shunko, Ramil Yunusov, RV9CT, Mikhail aka Neptun DJ191 ICO-2
DJ-193 Alexander Nesterov DJ195 ICO-2
DJ-195 Serguey UA9UDQ, Pound, Igor RA0FMF, Alexander Nesterov, Yury RA9SVD, Vladimir Fiodorov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Alexander RA0CGP, Roman RV3SBQ, Serguey Cherkasov, Alexander UA9CEW, Ramil Yunusov DJ195 ICO-2
DR-235 Vladimir Vashchenko DR135 ICO-2
DR-430 Ramil Yunusov DR130 ICO-2
DR-435 Vladimir Vashchenko, Igor RA0FMF, Ramil Yunusov DR135 ICO-2
DR-440 Ramil Yunusov DR140 ICO-2
DJ-490 Ramil Yunusov DJ190 ICO-2
DJ-491 Alexander Nesterov, Igor UU8JA, Denis Alafinov, Roman RV3SBQ, Ramil Yunusov DJ191 ICO-2
DJ-495 Ramil Yunusov DJ195 ICO-2
DR-605 Ramil Yunusov DR605 ICO-2
T2010 Alexander Nesterov T2000 Conventional Programming Application TAI-1, TAI-1A
SL500 Alexander Nesterov SL500 MAX-1
HX-190 Alexander 'Gulliver'   STA-1
GX-2000U Alexander UA9CEE PPS2000 STA-1
SY-5430 (3 ch. programmable) Yury US5IVZ, Igor UR5YEI, UR5GCD, Victoria Chernigovskaya SYTCOM 38 DRA-1
VT-44 MASTER Vladimir RV6AMF, Victor from Samara reg., Alexander 'Gulliver' KPG-55D, KSP-11 KEN-2
VT-44 Military Alexander 'Gulliver' WPG-46A VEC-1
VT-44 PRO Nikolay aka 'KOKA' (reports itself as KENWOOD TK-3107) KPG-55D KEN-2
SRM-9030 Roman RN3ADR FPP v.5.32 SIM-1
HM-200 Yury US5IVZ (software in italian, runs under DOS) H200 ALA-1
Pseudo-ICOM IC-F21 Alexander Nesterov (reports itself as KENWOOD TK-2107) KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-2107 Alexander Nesterov (a computer with the iCeleron 700 MHz processor), Serguey Olar, Alexander UR5TID KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-2107L Yury US5IVZ (Low Band radio) PGM_v1.0, PGM_v1.02 (Windows XP) KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-2170 MALE aka Dmitry KPG-101D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD YQ 3000(2) Victor from Alma-Ata, Albina Luchaninova (reports itself as KENWOOD TK-3107) KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-3107 Alexander RA0CGP KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-3108 Alexander Nesterov (reports itself as KIRISUN) KIRISUN KSP-11 KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-3207 Denis Alafinov, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA' (reports itself as KENWOOD TK-3107) KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-3260 Valery Babiy KPG-87D KEN-2
Pseudo-MOTOROLA GP-327 Nikolay aka 'KOKA' (KENWOOD portables connector, reports itself as KENWOOD TK-3207 !) KPG-87D KEN-2
Pseudo-MOTOROLA GP-680 Valery UA9MRQ R00.05.02 MOT-4
Pseudo-MOTOROLA T5930 Alexander Nesterov, Alexander 'Gulliver' (KENWOOD portables connector, reports itself as KENWOOD TK-3107 !) KPG-55D KEN-2
Pseudo-KENWOOD TK-7020-1 Alexander UR5TID KPG-80D KEN-1B
CI-V interface
OPTOELECTRONICS DC440 decoder the author the author's Y/V-1A
SIEMENS cellular phones
A35 the author (firmware programming) Freia, etc. PHO-3
C35i the author (AT-commands, firmware programming) Hyper Terminal, c3i_xxxx, ... PHO-3
M35 the author (AT-commands, firmware programming) Hyper Terminal, c35i_xxxx, ... PHO-3
S35 the author (firmware programming, AT-commands), Andrey Kolennikov (firmware programming, unlocking, customizing) Hyper Terminal, Winswup32, ZeeSiemensG3, S35C35M35 Explorer PHO-3
ME45 the author (AT-commands), Yevgueny RA9MHL (firmware programming) Hyper Terminal, Freia... PHO-3
S45 the author (AT-commands) Hyper Terminal PHO-3
SL45i the author (AT-commands) Hyper Terminal PHO-3
C60 Serguey UA0CIC (AT-commands) Hyper Terminal PHO-3

The correctly assembled programming cable needs no adjustment. But... Let's see the troubleshooting technique if the cable does not work..

1. Check the assembly carefully. Check the component correspondence with the schematic diagram. Here are the most common errors in the programming cable assembly.
  • Sometimes the VT2 PNP transistor is replaced with an NPN transistor. Obviously it will not work.
  • Some people try to use any awailable transistors instead of denoted. In this case the work is not guaranteed.
  • Sometimes the prescribed voltage regulator is replaced with 78L05, even with 7805. In this case the cable can not be powered from the port reliably. Those regulator ICs should be used with the external power supply only with the appropriate C4 capacitance.
  • Some people try to use different resistor values. They think it will do. No, it will not.
  • VD1, VD2, VD5, VD6, VD8 diodes should be low power fast silicon ones. Power rectifier diodes and germanium diodes will not work.
  • Some guys think the more is the C4 capacitance the better. That is wrong. If the LP2950 is used C4 should be 1.0... 4.7 uF.

2. Make sure no wires are broken and all contacts are reliable, especially in a connection to the radio. Broken wires are the frequent reason of malfunction. Please note ! Connection to the radio must be reliable. Round stereo jacks must be plugged in firmly until stop. Their flanges may be ground off if needed. RJ-11 and RJ-45 connectors get oxidized easily. Socket contacts may be cleaned with an erasor scrap. Jack contacts may be cleaned with a thick needle.

3. Make sure the regulator output voltage is 5V +/- .1V. The wrong voltage may occur due to assembling defects or bad serial port extension pieces. Please note: the serial port may power up the circuit only while accessing the radio. Some software (especially made by Motorola) gives no power from the port, so external power is needed.

4. Make sure the software and operational system are correct. The most common mistake is running DOS programs under Windows. Port accessing technique under Windows is different, DOS programs access ports incorrectly. Use MS DOS or Windows'98 in DOS mode for such programs.

5. Make sure the radio is powered correctly, is turned on and functions properly. Uncareful trunking board removing or burning radio inner circuits with the bad programming cable makes the radio unprogrammable. The battery of a portable radio must be charged completely. A mobile radio must be powered with an appropriate power supply.

6. Consider the specific features of the radio being programmed. Most radios are put in programming (cloning) mode automatically. Some radios are put in programming (cloning) mode manually by pressing a specific set of buttons while turning on. Some radios need pressing specified buttons to start data upload or download. Some radios may be locked to prevent reading or writing data. Refer to radio manuals or search the web for information.

The author especially appreciates the active participance of Sergey UA9UDQ, Yevgueny RA9MHL, Valery UA6LPG, Alexander 'Gulliver', Vladimir Vashchenko, Sergey Bunin, Pavel RA0SJB, MALE aka Dmitry, Alexander Nesterov, Nikolay aka 'KOKA', Belu Daniel, Norman Miller, Roman RN3ADR, Roman RV3SBQ, Ramil Yunusov, Albina Luchaninova, Oleg EX8MLT, Alexander Ivanov, Alexander UA9CEE, Yuri US5IVZ, Valery UA9MRQ, Victoria Chernigovskaya. Special thanks to Valery UA6LPG for the updated PCB design. Special thanks to Gyula HA7JCA for the programming cable description in Hungarian.

The more detailed cable description is published at this site and here.

PLEASE NOTE ! The author does not collect and does not distribute radio programming or service software. Please do not ask the author for the software ! Visit

PLEASE NOTE ! Reporting about your experience of testing the programming cable please give the following information:
1. your name and, if desired, your location;
2. the type (types) of the radios tested, the corresponding software, the connector used.

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