Question about BellSouth 2290 Walkie Talkie FRS/GMRS Communicator

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Hi,

You are talking about a HF (High Frequency) tranceiver, if your example is correct.

Assigning channel numbers to frequencies on a HF set, isn't possible on certain tranceivers in these bands, as there is no facility built in by default.

If you have the facility to store frequencies, I would do so in frequency order, that lowest frequencies first and gradually going up:

example:

4064

4960

5768

6770

7356

8560

9460

10210

14500

etc.,

I think you get my drift.

That's the best practice, that way you know where each frequency is located and the band it's associated with.

I hope this is useful to you.

Cheers,

Peter

You are talking about a HF (High Frequency) tranceiver, if your example is correct.

Assigning channel numbers to frequencies on a HF set, isn't possible on certain tranceivers in these bands, as there is no facility built in by default.

If you have the facility to store frequencies, I would do so in frequency order, that lowest frequencies first and gradually going up:

example:

4064

4960

5768

6770

7356

8560

9460

10210

14500

etc.,

I think you get my drift.

That's the best practice, that way you know where each frequency is located and the band it's associated with.

I hope this is useful to you.

Cheers,

Peter

Dec 01, 2011 | Kenwood Radio Communications

- Press hold then enter then enter the channel number where you want to store a frequency. Then press "FUNC" and "PGM" and the channel number will appear.
- Use the number keys to enter a frequency including the decimal point you want to store.
- Press "E" to store the frequency into the channel.
- Note - If you entered an invalid frequency in step two "ERROR" will appear and it will beep three times. Enter a valid frequency.
- The scanner automatically rounds the entered number to the nearest valid frequency. ie an entry of 155.174 will automatically be rounded to 155.175
- When you enter a frequency into a channel, the scanner automatically turns on the delay function and "DLY" appears. When delay is turned on the scanner automatically pauses scanning.

Mar 19, 2011 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

hi select a bank ,Press Hold. Then enter the channel number
where you want to store a frequency, then press
Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.
2. Use the number keys and to enter the
frequency (including the decimal point) you want
to store.
3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.
Notes:
• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2,
Error appears and the scanner beeps three
times. Enter a valid frequency.
• The scanner automatically rounds the entered
number to the nearest valid frequency.
For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your
scanner accepts it as 151.475.
• When you enter a frequency into a channel, the
scanner automatically turns on the delay
function and DLY appears. When delay is turned
on, the scanner automatically pauses scanning

Mar 18, 2011 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

First, be sure that the frequency that you're trying to enter is withjin the scanner's tuning range. The ERROR message will appear if you enter an invalid frequency.

Second, follow this sequence to program a known frequency:

- Power the scanner ON.

- Press HOLD.

- Enter the number of the channel you wish to program.

- Press the Func and Pgm keys (channel number will display).

- Enter the frequency, including the decimal point.

- Press E to enter your information into the scanner's memory.

Need the owners manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, at no cost, here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

Bill B.

Listening in since the 60's

Second, follow this sequence to program a known frequency:

- Power the scanner ON.

- Press HOLD.

- Enter the number of the channel you wish to program.

- Press the Func and Pgm keys (channel number will display).

- Enter the frequency, including the decimal point.

- Press E to enter your information into the scanner's memory.

Need the owners manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, at no cost, here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

Bill B.

Listening in since the 60's

Dec 08, 2010 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

To program any known frequency into your BC72XLT, power the scanner ON, and then:

1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number where you want to store a frequency, then press Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the frequency (including the decimal point) you want to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2, Error appears and the scanner beeps three times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered number to the nearest valid frequency. For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your scanner accepts it as 151.475.

• When you enter a frequency into a channel, the scanner automatically turns on the delay function and DLY appears. When delay is turned on, the scanner automatically pauses scanning 2 seconds after the end of a transmission before scanning proceeds to the next channel. To turn the function off or on, press Func + Dly.

• If you enter a frequency that has already been entered elsewhere, the scanner sounds an error tone and displays the channel that was duplicated. If you entered the frequency by mistake, press then enter the correct frequency. To enter the frequency anyway, press E to

accept.

4. To program the next channel in sequence, press E then repeat Steps 2 and 3.

Need the full manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning info, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

BillB

1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number where you want to store a frequency, then press Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the frequency (including the decimal point) you want to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2, Error appears and the scanner beeps three times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered number to the nearest valid frequency. For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your scanner accepts it as 151.475.

• When you enter a frequency into a channel, the scanner automatically turns on the delay function and DLY appears. When delay is turned on, the scanner automatically pauses scanning 2 seconds after the end of a transmission before scanning proceeds to the next channel. To turn the function off or on, press Func + Dly.

• If you enter a frequency that has already been entered elsewhere, the scanner sounds an error tone and displays the channel that was duplicated. If you entered the frequency by mistake, press then enter the correct frequency. To enter the frequency anyway, press E to

accept.

4. To program the next channel in sequence, press E then repeat Steps 2 and 3.

Need the full manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning info, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

BillB

Jan 16, 2010 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

Hello,

I am afraid I do not understand. The frequency of a PARTICULAR score is the number of times that particular value occurs in the data. It is not the number of data.

Ex: the data are:

4, 6, 5, 4, 4, 8, 9, 3, 3, 6, 7

Frequency of (3) =2

Frequency of (4)= 3

Frequency of (5) =1

Frequency of (6)= 2

Frequency of (7)=1

Frequency of (8)=1

Frequency of (9)=1

Number of data =11 (n=11)

You compute the mean M

M= (2x3 + 3x4 +1x5 +2x6+1x7+1x8+1x9) /11 =5.363636..

As you can see, if a term is not repeated it is multiplied by 1 (its frequency is one). Value 3 occurs twice (hence 2x3); value 4 occurs 3 times (3x4), etc.

To calculate by hand the sum of squares

**3:** (3-5.3636)^2 + (3-5.3636)^2 .................... = **2x(3-5.3636)^2**

**4:** (4-5.3636)^2 + (4-5.3636)^2 +(4-5.3636)^2 = **3x(4-5.3636)^2**

**5:** (5-5.3636)^2 ...................................... .= **1x(5-5.3636)^2**

**6:** (6-5.3636)^2 +(6-5.3636)^2......................= **2x(6-5.3636)^2**

**7**: (7-5.3636)^2.......................................... .=**1x(7-5.3636)^2**

**8**: (8-5.3636)^2......................................... ..=**1x(8-5.3636)^2**

9: (9-5.3636)^2......................................... ..=**1x(9-5.3636)^2**

If I have not made a mistake the sum of squares is 40.5454

**Standard Deviation**

The standard formula above gives s= square root (40.5454/10) =2.01

** Population Standard Deviation**

The population Standard deviation above is S= square root (40.5454/11) =1.9198

So if you perform the calculation with the calculator the only times you need to enter the frequency is for repeated terms. When you have to enter 6 above, its frequency is 2 you proceed as follows

**6 [2nd][FRQ] 2 [Sigma+]**

Once you entered the raw scores, the calculator does the rest.

Hope it helps.

I am afraid I do not understand. The frequency of a PARTICULAR score is the number of times that particular value occurs in the data. It is not the number of data.

Ex: the data are:

4, 6, 5, 4, 4, 8, 9, 3, 3, 6, 7

Frequency of (3) =2

Frequency of (4)= 3

Frequency of (5) =1

Frequency of (6)= 2

Frequency of (7)=1

Frequency of (8)=1

Frequency of (9)=1

Number of data =11 (n=11)

You compute the mean M

M= (2x3 + 3x4 +1x5 +2x6+1x7+1x8+1x9) /11 =5.363636..

As you can see, if a term is not repeated it is multiplied by 1 (its frequency is one). Value 3 occurs twice (hence 2x3); value 4 occurs 3 times (3x4), etc.

To calculate by hand the sum of squares

9

If I have not made a mistake the sum of squares is 40.5454

The standard formula above gives s= square root (40.5454/10) =2.01

The population Standard deviation above is S= square root (40.5454/11) =1.9198

So if you perform the calculation with the calculator the only times you need to enter the frequency is for repeated terms. When you have to enter 6 above, its frequency is 2 you proceed as follows

Once you entered the raw scores, the calculator does the rest.

Hope it helps.

Nov 06, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

1. Press HOLD. Then enter the channel number

where you want to store a frequency, then press

FUNC and PGM. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the

frequency (including the decimal point) you want

to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2,

ERROR appears and the scanner beeps three

times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered

number to the nearest valid frequency.

For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your

scanner accepts it as 151.475.

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

where you want to store a frequency, then press

FUNC and PGM. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the

frequency (including the decimal point) you want

to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2,

ERROR appears and the scanner beeps three

times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered

number to the nearest valid frequency.

For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your

scanner accepts it as 151.475.

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

Nov 02, 2009 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

The "numbers" to program, like in frequencies? Radio Shack used to have local booklets of frequencies for scanning, you might check with them.

Oct 13, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

http://phone.manualsonline.com/search.html?q=uniden+ubc92xlt+scanner&submit.x=42&submit.y=16
Go to this site and download the manual and then go to www.scanning (what area ,state,city,country your in) .com and you should be right where you need to be load the numbers in and you have it. or contact me keith7469@bigpond.com cheers :-)

Mar 18, 2009 | Epson Stylus Multifunction Inkjet Printer/...

Here is the directions to store frequencies in your scanner:

Storing Known Frequencies

Into Channels

1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number

where you want to store a frequency, then press

Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the

frequency (including the decimal point) you want

to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2,

Error appears and the scanner beeps three

times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered

number to the nearest valid frequency.

For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your

scanner accepts it as 151.475.

• When you enter a frequency into a channel, the

scanner automatically turns on the delay

function and DLY appears. When delay is turned

on, the scanner automatically pauses scanning

Operation 2 seconds after the end of a transmission before

scanning proceeds to the next channel. To turn

the function off or on, press Func + Dly.

• If you enter a frequency that has already been

entered elsewhere, the scanner sounds an error

tone and displays the channel that was

duplicated. If you entered the frequency by mistake,

press then enter the correct frequency.

To enter the frequency anyway, press E to

accept.

4. To program the next channel in sequence, press

E then repeat Steps 2 and 3.

Dean

Rollin CBs

Storing Known Frequencies

Into Channels

1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number

where you want to store a frequency, then press

Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.

2. Use the number keys and to enter the

frequency (including the decimal point) you want

to store.

3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.

Notes:

• If you entered an invalid frequency in Step 2,

Error appears and the scanner beeps three

times. Enter a valid frequency.

• The scanner automatically rounds the entered

number to the nearest valid frequency.

For example, if you enter 151.473 (MHz), your

scanner accepts it as 151.475.

• When you enter a frequency into a channel, the

scanner automatically turns on the delay

function and DLY appears. When delay is turned

on, the scanner automatically pauses scanning

Operation 2 seconds after the end of a transmission before

scanning proceeds to the next channel. To turn

the function off or on, press Func + Dly.

• If you enter a frequency that has already been

entered elsewhere, the scanner sounds an error

tone and displays the channel that was

duplicated. If you entered the frequency by mistake,

press then enter the correct frequency.

To enter the frequency anyway, press E to

accept.

4. To program the next channel in sequence, press

E then repeat Steps 2 and 3.

Dean

Rollin CBs

Feb 19, 2008 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

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