Exclusive five band coverage:
1. 30-50MHz (LOW)
2. 146-148MHz (HAMS)
3. 148-174MHz (HIGH)
4. 450-470MHz (UHF)
5. 470-512MHz (UHF TV)
Plus: 416-450MHz (UHF Govt.)
By simple front panel programming, any frequencies in the bands shown can be selected from the code table and put into the 16 channels in any desired order. Having determined the frequencies you wish to receive, follow the programming instructions listed below.
In step #1 when the "ready" switch is pushed down, the 16 channel switches are changed from their normal "lock-out" function to become "data entry" switches. When the "enter" switch is actuated, an automatic cycle begins which erases any previous data in the memory for that channel and "enters" the new data (or frequency) then set up by the 16 switches.
To program a channel frequency:
- Move "ready" switch to down position (Program indicator will light).
- Move all of the 16 lever switches to the Down position.
- Manually step channel indicator to channel number to be programmed.
- Determine exact frequency you wish to receive on that channel.
- Find the frequency in the "look-up" chart. If the desired frequency is not in the chart, refer to 'Programming by Formula'... to determine which switches need to be in the Up position.
- The number alongside the frequency in the look-up chart indicate which lever switches should be moved to the "Up" position. Move indicated switches to the "Up" position. Recheck the numbers and switch positions to be sure they are correct.
- If you desire "scan delay" on this channel, move lever switch #16 to the up position.
- Move the momentary contact (spring return) "Enter" switch to the "Down" position and release it. Channel indicator will turn off for about one second (may need to make several attempts to get the data entered). This channel is now programmed.
- Repeat steps 2 thru 8 for each frequency to be programmed.
- When programming is complete, return the "Ready" switch to the "Up" position ("Program" indicator light will go off). The 16 switches now function as "channel lock-out" switches again.