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Re: OLDER ICOM RADIO ICBP5 AND A REGENCY U156B
The Icom radio models start with IC followed by numbers and then letter(s). The BP5 is the model of the battery pack. Pls post back.
I'm not familiar with Regency U156B. However, there is a Regency RU156 which is a 16 channel UHF 25watt mobile radio which could either be crystal controlled or PLL diode matrix. Regency was reported sold to the BK Relm Company, which no longer supports older Regency Radio Equipment. There are a few sites on the Internet where you can get hold of a user's manual (some for a fee) like http://www.bearcat1.com/manuals.htm.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how thin gs turned up, the Icom model or should you need additional information.
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Is this a Regency ACT-c403? If so, it is not programmable. It uses crystals to receive the frequencies. This type of antique scanner would be fun for us "old guys" to own, but has no real value. It is something I call bragging rights to own older radios, etc. Fun to talk about over coffee.
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You have an excellent radio my friend, and that means you require the best possible advice and info.
May I suggest you join yahoo group SPECIFIC to your radio Make/Model, the expert team there will need as much info as you can possibly can give so they can resolve your query, plus you can download manuals, diagrams and other great things for your radio.
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Sorry, but that frequency is out of the tuning range of virtually all current scanners. About your only option is to purchase an old continuous-tuning scanner such as the PRO-2006, ICOM IC-R71, etc. eBay is possibly the best source.
if you go to the FCC website and look up the FRS/GMRS info you will find a listing to links that can show you the frequiences for the two radio services...or you can look up Midland model GXT900/950 /series radios and in their specifications gives a frequency chart. the link is WWW.midlandradio.com
First do you have the correct software? Second do you have the correct programming cable? If the first two are OK you are half way there. Open the program and download the radios info to the program, it's that little computer icon. Click on "common settings", you will then see "key & display" click on that. You should have a small window with all the buttons including the red one. I hope this helps.