Question about Radio Communications
Hi Les, sounds like you have a hardware issue. Usually the power required to transmit is not readily available at your fingertips, so it is stored in capacitors. You may have some bad components in your Kenwood. Time to take it in for a review by a qualified repair tech. Unless you know what's going on inside the case, don't take it apart.
Posted on Dec 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
once you delete them i bielieve there gone radio shack does carry a book of frequiences you can program in depends on what you want listen to
Posted on May 27, 2009
It may very well be an interference problem. While the scanner may not have moved, there are many items around it that may be the source of interference. Think back to the time when the interference started. Did you install something new around that time frame? Perhaps a new computer, a new monitor, some new CFL light bulbs? Any of these items can cause interference. The other possibility is that the interference is coming from outside your home or office. While these sources may not be able to be corrected, you can do a few things to help reduce the effects of the intererence:
1. Move the scanner to a new location. Radio waves are tricky little things. You may be able to find a location where the interference is weaker, but your intended signal is still adequate.
2. Try moving the antenna. If using the rubber antenna that came with the scanner, try laying the scanner flat instead of upright.
The other thing you may want to do is check the frequency with another scanner. There is always the remote possibility that the problem is with the transmitter, and not with your scanner at all.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
The occilator that "locks" the VFO (like a clock signal) is gong out of range. The higher temps are affecting the temprature controlled occilator. I would send the unit to ICOM for repair.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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