on all 10 channels. The PLL circuitry
It is designed to meet the Department of Communications
in the Inshore Boating
Service, and is not to be used for any other purpose,
RB244 of the D.O.C. regulations defines operation
in this service, and you
are required to read and understand these regulations prior to operating this
Plan the location of the transceiver and microphone
bracket before starting the
installation. Select a location that is convenient for
and does not interfere
with the driver or passenger in the vehicle. In automobiles, the transceiver is usually
mounted to the dash panel with the microphone bracket beside it.
Mounting and Connection
This radio is supplied with a universal mounting bracket. The transceiver is held in
the bracket by the two thumb screws supplied, permitting adjustment to the most
convenient angle. The bracket must be mounted with the machine screws supplied.
The mounting surface must be mechanically strong. Proceed as follows to mount the
1. After you have determined the most convenient location in your vehicle, hold the
radio with mounting bracket in the exact location desired. If nothing interferes
with mounting it in the desired position, remove the mounting bracket bolts.
Before drilling the holes, make sure nothing will interfere with the installation of
the mounting bolts.
2. Connect the antenna cable plug to the standard receptacle on the rear panel. Most
CB antennas are terminated with a
PL-259 plug which mates with the re-
ceptacle on th e rear panel.
3. Connect the DC power input wire with the fuse (red) to +12V DC. This wire
extends from a plug which connects to the rear panel.
This prevents the set being left on accidentally when all persons leave the vessel
and also permits operating the radio without the engine running.