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Kenwood Ham Radio Transceiver

First established in Japan in 1946, Kenwood has spread across the globe designing and manufacturing a range of professional two-way radio communication equipment. Kenwood has become a renowned brand when it comes to HF and VHF/UHF portable amateur radio models, known as ham radios.

Digital Radios

When it comes to researching and purchasing VHF ham radio transceivers and UHF ham radio transceivers, Kenwood's NEXEDGE series is perfect for any situation. The series offers both portable handheld and box radios. The NX-200G-300G range of handheld radios are lightweight and can operate in both digital and analogue modes. They have a clear backlit screen display and the ergonomic design allows for easy control operation. The tough MIL-STD design also ensures that the NX-200G-300G range is protected against all weather elements. The NX 700-800 box two-way radios also include a large LCD screen, easy-to-use controls and a multi-scan function. These radios can also be mounted on a dashboard in a car or to other remote locations. Most NEXEDGE radios come with 512 channel and 128 zone capabilities.

Analogue Radios

If you are looking for a simple analogue radio, Kenwood's PKT-23 is a UHF CB portable radio that fits inside a clothing pocket. It only weighs 110 grams and has up to eight programmable channels. A voice guide will sound an alert when you change channels and an LED light will flash and a beep will sound when there is an incoming call. The 1430 mAh lithium-ion battery will provide up to 15 hours of battery life and the micro-USB port means that the PKT-23 can be charged with a standard smartphone charger.


Along with its ham radios, Kenwood also designs and produces and range of accessories. These include noise-cancelling mobile microphones, key lock adapters, power supplies, storage units, external speakers, DC cables, belt clips, earphones, headphones, batteries and antennas.

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