Radio Shack HTX-200 Owner's Manual: Using The Calling-frequency Memory

Mini handheld two-meter fm amateur transceiver.
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USING THE CALLING-FREQUENCY
MEMORY
The calling-frequency memory location lets you quickly jump to a
specific frequency at any time. The default calling frequency is
146.52 MHz. You can store a different frequency into memory as
well as other settings associated with that frequency, such as the
repeater offset and CTCSS tone.
1. Press
to display the current calling frequency.
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2. To change the frequency, hold down
3. Select a frequency. See "Selecting Frequencies (Direct Tun-
ing)" on Page 23.
4. Press
to store the selected frequency in memory.
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5. To enter a frequency offset for repeater operation, press
. The HTX-200 displays the current offset for the
FUNC+SC
calling frequency. To select a new offset value, press
. Select 0.0 Hz if you want to remove the offset. To store
the setting, press
6. To select the offset direction (+ or –), press
remove an offset for simplex operation, set the repeater off-
0.0 .
set to
Note: While
tings such as CTCSS tones (see "Continuous Tone Coded
Squelch System Features" on Page 35.)
To enable the calling frequency, press
ceiver immediately tunes to that frequency with the settings you
programmed. To exit the calling frequency mode, press
.
PTT
and C appear, you can program other set-
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until
and
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MR
FUNC + REV.
at any time. The trans-
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flash.
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or
To
again.
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