I don't understand how to set frequencies. It talks about bands, And I dont know how to change bands. Please help me. I start setting frequencies and It doesnt keep them. I put one in, go down one and enter another and when I look back at 1st. one I am in another band and dont know how to get back to where I was.
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Re: trouble adding frequencies
First press man, then the channel number you want to fill, then man again, then pgm or program, type in the frequency, and hit enter ( could E or ent). next repeat this process for the next channel you want to program.
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Hi there, if you are talking about the Connex CX 3400 HP there is no sideband or SSB on this radio. It is only AM and FM 10 meter Ham radio. Many people do modify these radios to include the 11 meter frequencies which is the CB band. Maybe knowing the actual bands and their frequencies will help some too this radio does have 6 different bands ranging from (Band A. 28.015 thru 28.455) (Band B. 28.145 thru 28.585) (Band C. 28.115 thru 28.555) (Band D. 28.085 thru 28.525) (Band E. 28.055 thru 28.495) (Band F. 28.025 thru 28.465.) I hope this will help you. Bob
Here's a handy, printable frequency chart for this radio. Band "E" contains the Citizen's Band Frequencies. "Band E" in "AM mode" is the only legal settings to transmit this radio in the USA.
Important: Several other "settings" may also give the FCC to inquire about your operation if caught. Additionally, this radio is an "Export" model - meaning not intended for sale in the USA. The extra frequencies, FM mode and some other features along with the 8 watt transmit power ability; all contribute to a radio that is not permitted to be sold or used on these frequencies in the USA.
I do not understand, The phone is Tri-Band GSM and Di-Band WCDMA so that is 5 bands.
It runs on the 850/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies as well as 1700/2100 MHz UMTS/HSDPA 3G frequencies. It does not have the 900MHz band as it is not used in the United States. The European version of the phone comes with the 900MHz band instead of the 850MHz band.
I am guessing that you are talking about getting it to talk on the FCC Citizens band. I am not too firmiliar with connex, but this will work with any radio with expaned channels.
Usually you use a frequency counter to see what frequency you are on when you are playing with the bands.If you do not have a frequency counter you can find the CB this way.
If its in a mobile, or you are not really far from a highway where big rigs travel, you can flip to channel 19 on the channel sellector then flip through the bands checking each time to see if you are on the CB 19. When you start to hear truckers or you get a radio check from a trucker your on CB 19. You can always ask the person, "this is 19 right"?
Big Knob settings from left to right... First knobset...inner turn "volume" fully clockwise ... outer "squelch" fully counterclockwise Second knobset...both inner and outer knobs fully clockwise Third knob...chose which mode you want to use...Am or Fm (If your radio has been modified to TX/RX CB frequencies, chose AM) Fourth knob...chose your band (If your radio has been modified to TX/RX CB frequencies, chose band D/A) The only other knob that is important is the high/low power switch. It selects the band from the pair chosen by the band knob. I don't know if band D corresponds to high or low, so try both settings until one works.
If you can't TX or RX with these settings either there is no one talking at that time or your radio, antenna, or cable might be defective. You should get a copy of the owners manual to fully learn how to chose bands and adjust the settings. I've given you a starting point that should work but may not be optimum for all conditions.
Six stations for each band can be stored. 1 Press LIST. Preset screen is displayed. 2 Use MULTI-CONTROL to
store the selected frequency in memory. Turn to change
the preset number. Press and hold to store. You can also store the
frequency in memory by pushing and holding MULTI-CONTROL right. 3 Use MULTI-CONTROL to
select the desired station. Turn to change the station.
Press to select. You can also change the station by
pushing MULTI-CONTROL up or down. To return to the ordinary display,
press BAND/ESC or LIST.
You can only change the band if your provider offers service on that band. So if you have bad reception on your current band try switching provider.. which offers their service on other / multiple bands.
Equalizer You can control the sound quality when or diminishing frequency bands. Select Menu > Fun & Apps> Media > Equalizer. To activate a set, scroll to one of the equalizer To view, edit, or rename a selected set, select Not all sets can be edited or renamed.
Stereo widening Stereo widening enhances the audio output of the phone by enabling a wider stereo sound effect. To change the setting, select Menu > Fun & Apps> Media > Stereo widening.