Export Frequency Conversion 1.
Remove the top cover from the unit and locate the PLL chip (MC145106P). Unsolder the short jumper wire running from the +8.2vdc source to pin 9 of the PLL chip. 2.
Resolder the three pins of the PLL chip, Pins 10, 11, and 12, being carefull not to short them together.
Note: The Super Star 140 Microphone wiring is the same as all Midland Radios.
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This site does not allow a big enough spot to upload a diagram that would be beneficial for this purpose so I had to upload it off site. Since this radio is often converted to run on 11 meter (CB frequencies) the diagram I uploaded corresponds with the frequencies after conversion.
On the Connex radio's the band "HI/LOW" switch determine the band you are on in relation to the knob. If you want the original, stock, frequency chart let me know and I can put that up as well.
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Band should be E
Band high/low button on high
10 khz off
To check that you have done this correctly frequency counter will read 27.185 plus or minus 5 khz.
This is of course proved you have a radio that is converted for 11 meter cb frequencies.
The DX 45mp is a 10 meter radio meaning you need a license to use any other band other than the normal 1- 40 cb channels, its capable of going beyond the normal cb range.Ask if it has been converted to 11 meter. Channel E should be the normal if it has been converted from 10 meter to 11 meter. Im sure its been converted if its been used for a mobile cb application. Normal cb band is called 11 meter 26.965 mhz to 27.405 thats 1- 40 . Your not supposed to talk on the other bands unless you have an amature radio license but everyone does anyway . I have several galaxys and by far in my opinion are the best on the market. Go to www.cbtricks.com on the home page go to Radio Informaion click it go to G and follow it to Galaxy DX radios youll find all the info for this radio you can even print out the channel chart to see where everything is. Good luck and if you have any more questions just ask. Thank you Chia