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I can talk but cannot hear on the walkie talkie

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SOURCE: Motorola Talkabout T5100

I think you have to remove the courtesy beep option from radio, this is also call Roger beep.

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A walkie talky as we called them, back when we were younger - and hell we probably still do in some respects, hence the fact my friend still refers to her cordless phone as a "walkie talky" and the principals haven't changed that much.

The common old Walkie Talky or CB radio use what we call a half duplex, that means only one person can talk at a time. We are talking and listening on the same channel.

Cell phones are full duplex, meaning two way conversation, and this is simply listening on one channel whilst talking on another, so the basic principal is basically the same, just a little more sophisticated.

Walkie-talkie typically has one channel
CB radio has 40 channels.
Cell phone
can communicate on 1,664 channels or more!

I have included a link to a circuit diagram.

http://www.freeinfosociety.com/electronics/schemview.php?id=1870


There is also two links below, building the transmitter & receiver.
Transmitter: http://www.zen22142.zen.co.uk/Circuits/rf/2bjttx.htm
Receiver: http://www.electronics-tutorials.com/receivers/regen-radio-receiver.htm

Trust this helps, and please take the time to rate the answer given, thank you.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Motorola FV200 Walkie-Talkie

Scanning Channels
Use scanning to monitor channels for transmissions or to find someone
in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
1. Short press
MENU until the "Z" appears. The current setting
On/Off will flash.
2. Press either
+ or to turn On or Off.
3. Press the PTT to confirm or
MENU to continue set up.

Here is a link to the manual http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/FV200_userguide.pdf

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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SOURCE: motorola walkie talkie t4508

http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T4500_User_Manual_E.pdf

This one should be a very close match. The T4508 is a foreign version of the T4500.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: I have 4 motorola walkie talkies but no

The Motorola GP340 radio is a dealer programmable radio. It requires a cable, radio interface box and Motorola proprietary software (which is available by subscription to dealers and qualifying entities).

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Walky talky


A walkie talky as we called them, back when we were younger - and hell we probably still do in some respects, hence the fact my friend still refers to her cordless phone as a "walkie talky" and the principals haven't changed that much.

The common old Walkie Talky or CB radio use what we call a half duplex, that means only one person can talk at a time. We are talking and listening on the same channel.

Cell phones are full duplex, meaning two way conversation, and this is simply listening on one channel whilst talking on another, so the basic principal is basically the same, just a little more sophisticated.

Walkie-talkie typically has one channel
CB radio has 40 channels.
Cell phone
can communicate on 1,664 channels or more!

I have included a link to a circuit diagram.

http://www.freeinfosociety.com/electronics/schemview.php?id=1870


There is also two links below, building the transmitter & receiver.
Transmitter: http://www.zen22142.zen.co.uk/Circuits/rf/2bjttx.htm
Receiver: http://www.electronics-tutorials.com/receivers/regen-radio-receiver.htm

Trust this helps, and please take the time to rate the answer given, thank you.

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