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• 15 GMRS / 7 FRS Channels
• Long Battery Life
• Up to 16-mile Range*
• Channel Scan
• Channel Monitor
• Battery Strength Meter
• Call Button
• Roger Beep
• Keytone on/off
*Range may vary depending on environmental and/or topographical conditions.
1 Antenna
10 Microphone
2 PTT (Push-To-Talk) Button
11 Channel Indicator
3 Channel/Scan up Key
12 Receive Indicator
4 Call/lock Key
13 Battery Level Indicator
5 Channel/Scan down Key
14 Transmit Indicator
6 Speaker
7 Volume up/Monitor Key
8 Power On/Off Key
9 Volume down/Monitor Key
Congratulations on your purchase of the
Uniden GMR1635-2 (General Mobile Radio
In order to get the most out of your new radio, read
Service) radio. This lightweight, palm-sized,
this reference guide completely before attempting to
radio is a state-of-the-art device, equipped
operate the radio.
with many valuable features. Use it at sporting
events, to stay in contact with family and
Turning the Radio On and Adjusting the Volume
friends, hiking, skiing, outdoors, or in a
1) Press and hold the
neighborhood watch for vital communication.
2) To change the volume level press the vol/mon
▲ or ▼ key to increase or decrease the volume
3) Press and hold the
Your package contains the 2 radios, 6 AAA
Adjusting the Sound (Key Beeps)
alkaline batteries, this reference guide and 2
belt clips.
Your radio emits a beep each time one of the keys
(except for the PTT button and call/lock key) is
pressed. The sound of the Key Beep will increase or
decrease depending on the volume level setting.
To turn OFF this beep:
The radio operates on the General Mobile
Press and hold the call/lock key while turning ON
Radio Service (GMRS) frequencies which
the radio.
require a Federal Communications
To turn ON this beep:
Commission license to operate. For licens-
ing information and application forms, visit
Turn the radio OFF and ON again without pressing
the call/lock key.
the FCC on-line or
call the FCC hotline at 1-800-418-3676. If
Choosing a Channel
you have any questions you can contact the
Your radio has 22 channels you can use to talk to
FCC direct at 1-888-225-5322.
others. In order to speak to someone, each of you
must be set to the same channel.
To choose a channel:
Press the ch/scan ▲ or ▼ key to increase or
decrease the channel number displayed.
Your radio uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries for
power. We recommend using high quality
Channel Scan Feature
alkaline batteries.
Your radio has a channel scan feature that allows
To install the batteries:
you to easily scan all 22 channels. When an active
channel is detected, the unit pauses on that channel
1) Make sure your radio is OFF.
until the channel is clear. Then after a 2 second
2) Remove the battery compartment door by
delay, the radio continues scanning. Pressing PTT
pressing on and sliding the compartment
button while the scan is paused on a channel will
door, and remove the cover.
allow you to transmit on that channel.
3) Install 3 AAA Alkaline batteries into the
battery compartment. Be certain to follow
To turn ON channel scan:
the + and – symbols in the compartment.
Press and hold either the ch/scan ▲ or ▼ key for
Installing the batteries incorrectly will
3 seconds. The channel number on the display will
prevent the unit from operating.
rapidly cycle through the channels.
4) Replace the battery compartment door by
To turn OFF channel scanning:
sliding the door into place.
Press either the ch/scan ▲ or ▼ key.
Note: If you press either the ch/scan ▲
or ▼ key while the unit is pausing on a
channel, scanning will resume.
Talking on Your Radio
To talk to others using the radio:
1) Press and hold the PTT button and speak in a
clear, normal voice about 2-3 inches away from
the microphone. While you are transmitting, the
tx icon is displayed. To avoid cutting off the first
key to turn the radio ON.
part of your transmission, pause slightly after
pressing the PTT button before you start talking.
2) When you are finished speaking, release the
PTT button. You can now receive incoming calls.
key to turn the radio
While receiving, the rx icon is displayed.
Transmitting a Call Alert Tone
Your radio is equipped with a call tone that will be
transmitted when the call/lock key is pressed.
To transmit the call tone, tap the call/lock key. The
tone will be transmitted.
Auto Squelch Feature
The radio is equipped with an automatic squelch
system which shuts off weak transmissions and
unwanted noise due to terrain conditions or if you
have reached your range limit.
Monitor Mode Feature
Your radio allows you to listen for weak signals
on the current channel at the press of a key.
To turn ON monitor mode:
Press and hold the vol/mon ▲ or ▼ key.
The rx icon will blink.
To turn OFF monitor mode:
Press the vol/mon ▲ or ▼ key. The rx icon will
stop blinking and disappears.
Automatic Power Save Feature
Your radio has a unique circuit designed to
dramatically extend the life of the batteries. If there is
neither a transmission nor an incoming call within 2
seconds, your radio switches to the Power Save mode.
The radio is still able to receive transmissions in this
Press and hold the call/lock key until the "L"
appears. After 1 second, the LCD will return to the
channel display.
To exit Keylock on mode, press and hold call/lock
Note: While in keylock on mode, it will still receive
Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent automatically at
the end of transmissions.
Roger Beep can be heard through the speaker
when both Roger beep and Key Beep are set to
ON. When Roger beep is set to ON and Key Beep
OFF, Roger Beep will not be heard from the
speaker but it will be transmitted to your party.
When Roger Beep is set to OFF, Roger Beep
will not be heard or transmitted.
To turn OFF Roger Beep:
Press and hold the ch/scan ▲ key while turning
ON the radio.
To turn ON Roger Beep:
Turn the radio OFF and ON again without pressing
ch/scan ▲ key.
15 GMRS / 7 FRS
Operating Frequency
UHF 462.5500-
467.7125 MHz
Power Source
3 AAA Alkaline Batteries
Battery Life
20 Hours typical
(5/5/90 duty cycle)
Frequency Chart
Ch. Freq.[MHz] Cross Ref.
Ch. Freq.[MHz] Cross Ref.
462.5625 FRS & GMRS 1
12 467.6625 FRS 12
462.5875 FRS & GMRS 2
13 467.6875 FRS 13
462.6125 FRS & GMRS 3
14 467.7125 FRS 14
462.6375 FRS & GMRS 4
15 462.5500 GMRS 11
462.6625 FRS & GMRS 5
16 462.5750 GMRS 8
462.6875 FRS & GMRS 6
17 462.6000 GMRS 12
462.7125 FRS & GMRS 7
18 462.6250 GMRS 9
467.5625 FRS 8
19 462.6500 GMRS 13
467.5875 FRS 9
20 462.6750 GMRS 10
10 467.6125 FRS 10
21 462.7000 GMRS 14
11 467.6375 FRS 11
22 462.7250 GMRS 15
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Talking on Your Radio ROGER BEEP USING THE RADIO Uniden GMR1635-2 (General Mobile Radio Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent automatically at To talk to others using the radio: In order to get the most out of your new radio, read Service) radio.

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    Uniden Product to be free from defects in materials packaged with the Product. Include evidence of Important: Changes or modifications to this unit FCC regulated transmitters.

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