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Will it handle midnight special 250


what type radio doesn't matter but also the amp doesn't operate the radio but the radio does somewhat operate the amp. To answer yor question yes a radio will handle it.

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RADIO OPERATION 1. TURN THE VOLUME ON / OFF (15) CLOCKWISE TO TURN ON THE RADIO....


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1. TURN THE VOLUME ON / OFF (15) CLOCKWISE TO TURN ON THE RADIO.
2. SELECT THE AM OR FM BAND BY THE WEATHER BAND/AM/FM SELECTOR (13).
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4. ADJUST THE VOLUME BY THE VOLUME ON/OFF (15).

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I have a Teaberry stalker one 40 channel. Is it rare because most of the stalker one's I've seen are 23 channels.


if you are looking for 40 channel CB than i would look under ham radio operators, CB repair shops, if you are looking for another one, you may even look up on www.ebay.com
the ham radio operators would be where i would look and talk to.
i would look for ham radio clubs, they have swap meets all the time, old tv and radio repair shop. i have been in ham radio operations in 20 yrs and i do not know anyone. you may check out the local library., the FCC may be help you find local ham radio operator in your location. they will help you find that old equipment, than on the other side of the coin what are you willing to pay to locate an operate one is and are they willing to part with it.

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Zartek 705 and 708 2 way radios


The 705 will operate on (8) frequencies in the 446Mhz range and (5) in the 464Mhz range. The 708 operates on 446Mhz. Please note that the links provided mention they operate in "public frequency band" of South Africa. These radios were not intended to be used in other countries. See below for more.

In the U.S.(and many, many other countries), the 420Mhz - 450Mhz frequency range is set aside by the FCC (and other bodies) for licensed operation by amateur radio operators. Portions of the 460Mhz range is set aside by the FCC for use by Public Safety Agencies - mostly local police and fire departments. In the U.S., the Family Radio Service (FRS is 462Mhz) is an unlicensed band and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS is 467 Mhz) requires a licensed.

As you might have guessed, unlicensed or unauthorized transmissions are ILLEGAL. You may be fined, imprisoned or both if caught by the FCC. If using these radios in a location other than South Africa, consult that county's communication authority BEFORE transmitting. You cannot transmit legally in the U.S. with these radios.

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Radio will not recieve


Hi Andy,
What you have is an amateur radio which requires a license to operate it.
Having said that, I don't know where you got the unit from, but obviously, the unit has had the frequencies deleted, so you cannot operate it until you go to a radio workshop to have the unit re-programmed.
You will only get receive(RX) frequencies programmed, no transmit(TX) frequencies. Sorry, but if you want to operate this unit, you will need to approach the Wireless Institute of Australia(WIA), who are responsible for licensing of radio amateur operators in Australia.
web:www.vk6wia.net for all the info re: licensing requirements.

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How can I make the 19DXIV VHF capable


There is no way to make that radio VHF capable, CB radio's operate in the AM band, and most, if not all VHF radio's operate in the FM band. CB radio's are not capable of VHF frequencies either, VHF is considered around 40MHz and above, CB radio's operate between 26.965 MHz and 27.405MHz that is considered 11 meter band HF. CB radio's are not broadbanded enough to cover anything that far away, expecially the newer radio's, as most of them are controlled via a microcontroller and PLL tuning circuit. the 19DXIV is a great little radio, but will never be able to operate in or even around VHF. sorry.

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Can i get CB communication on my t5820


Sorry but the answer is no. Your TalkAbout T5820 is an FM radio operating on FRS frequencies in the UHF range (462-467 MHz). CB radios are AM radios operating between 26.965 -27.405 MHz.

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Bought a connex 330 hp that has has been modified to operate on citizen band but does not stay on frequ.


This is a channelized Amateur Radio Service transceiver designed for use in the 28Mhz / 10 meter band. Someone "hacked" it to transmit in the 27 Mhz / 11 meter Citizens Band. This modification has voided the Connex warranty (if it was still covered). There is little the end user can do to "fix" this radio. The components on the circuit board are very small, and manipulation requires special tools, anti-static precautions and specialized test equipment to adjust and verify correct operation.

I believe that there is an issue with the PLL circuit used for tuning. The only way to get this radio working properly is to bring it to a licensed radio repair shop - as they have the tools and skills to do the work correctly.

If you do not already know, modification of any radio to work in CB frequencies and any other it was not designed to work in before; is illegal in the US (and other places too most likely). Assuming you're in the US; all radios are "Type Accepted" by the FCC before they can be sold. Police radios in Public Safety Services can not be used on Ham frequencies in Amateur Radio Services, and vice-versa. This applies to all radios in all the different radio services, unless the radio carries "Type Acceptance" for more than one service. Furthermore, this radio puts out 2.5 times the legal limit (even before "peaking") for transmitters in the Citizen's Band Service. The rules are clear, and they come with stiff fines and / or prison if caught. A radio operating out of its intended service can cause problems far beyond what the operator is aware of - and any party adversely affected would likely call authorities for relief. Of course, if you paid to have this modification done, you were probably told all of this ahead of time - but there's also a chance that you were not.

I would not operate this radio until it is checked out. Obtaining an Amateur Radio Operator's (or "ham") license is easier than ever now. You do not need to learn morse code. For more information about becoming a ham, visit the ARRL licensing pages.

I hope this helps and good luck!

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Just wondering what frequency band does the Nike PSC use?


The Nike PSC radios operate in the FRS (Family Radio Service) band, in the 462 and 467 MHz ranges. They are low-power radios and no license in required to operate them.

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For the operation manual, go to cobraelec.com or:

http://cobra.com/downloads/manuals/29LTDCLA.PDF


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