set to the center position.
has several uses and can greatly enhance receiver operation.
If a receive signal is
th is control
can be operated to optimize
signal. This control
intended to tune in SSB signals, but, it may be
also used to optimize the AM signal.
is used to adjust, as required, microphone
amount of modulation
band transceivers have been designed to permit
the user to attain
up to 100% depending on the setting of the microphone
7. DUAL WATCH BUTTON: Provides
of channel 88.
button and the watch is set. Now select any other legal channel
and every second the receiver will leave the main channel and sample activity on
remain on Channel 88 until
message is complete.
Channel 88 thus has priority
over the main channel. To
disable the watch function,
"DUAL" Button. Whilst
please note that transmitter
is not available to transmit, push CH88 switch.
8. CH88 SWITCH: This switch is for use
needed on the emergency channel, CH88, Pressing the CH88 switch activates
CH88 regardless of the position
of the channel selector
switch. When CH88
switch is pressed, the channel display
and the CH88 indicator
9. PA-TX/RX SWITCH: This control engages the PA function. The PA function
should not be used unless an external speaker
connected. In the TX/RX
position, the PA function is disabled and the radio will transmit and receive on
the selected channel.
10. NB/ANL SWITCH: When the switch is placed in the NB/ANL position, both RF
Blanker and Automatic Noise Limiter circuits are activated. The NB is
very effective for repetitive impulse noise such as ignition noise.
annoying hash-type noises.
GAIN: This control
is used primarily to optimize reception in strong
areas.Gain is reduced by counterclockwise rotation of the control.
1. S/RF METER: This meter displays
and input signal strength when receiving. The meter is illuminated