Question about Connex 3300 240-Channels Base CB Radio
To read peak and dead key, use one length of coax between the radio and the input side of the input connector, and another length between the antenna connector and either a cb antenna or a dummy load. Then put the far right knob on either the 20, 200, or 2000 watt setting, which you will read on its corresponding scale on the meter. When you just push the ptt switch on your cb mic without talking, that will be your dead key. When you talk into the mic, most people repeat the some of the following "audio", "audio 1", "audio 1, 2, 3" etc. (kind of like a dj saying "testing") different ways, or you can put your mic up to the radios speaker and use the high pitch squeal for the same effect to read PEP or peak-envelope-power.
If you do not have a manual and would like one, here is one in pdf format that covers the PM1000 and PM2001 models:
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Posted on May 22, 2008
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