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I need an online manual for my realistic pro-48 am-fm scanner model number 20-143

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to program
turn on unit, press program button, key in frequency ###.### press enter. keep advancing thru the channels with the program button until finished

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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The Realistic PRO-2052 is an old (vintage) scanner receiver with fixed AM and FM modes on the bands it cover, as specified by the U.S. band allocation. The PRO-2020 covers only the VHF and UHF frequencies and modes AM and FM is not user selectable. Frequencies can be programmed into any of the 20 memory channels

U.S. Coverage: (varies from state to state and other countries. We don't use 30-50 Mhz here in the Philippines for 2 way mobile communications, except for cordless phones)

30-50 Mhz Lower VHF at FM narrowband only (covers mobile, emergencies, businesses, etc. and
cordless phones)
108-136 Mhz Aircraft band at AM narrowband only
138-174 Mhz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (2 meter band)
410-512 MHz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (70 cm band)

If you're trying to select AM or FM for a specified frequency, I'm afraid you can't do that as it is not selectable.

If you are trying to program AM Broadcast frequencies (mediumwave (MW) or FM Broadcast frequencies (FM radio stations), those were not covered by your PRO-2020's microprocessor. Even if you modify your scanner to receive those bands, you will not hear radio transmission properly since the receiver do not decode FM wideband, which is the standard mode for FM broadcast and Television band.

MANNY DE GUZMAN, JR.
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Manila, Philippines

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Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Realistic pro-2011 direct entry programmable scanner 20 channels

PRO-2011 Programmable Scanner (200-0118) Operation Faxback Doc. # 34694 PROGRAMMING FREQUENCIES 1. Select the desired channel in one of three ways: (a) Press [MANUAL]. Continue pressing until the display shows the desired channel. Press [PROGRAM]. (b) Press the desired channel and [MANUAL]. Press [PROGRAM]. -- or -- (c) Press [PROGRAM]. Press the desired channel. Press [PROGRAM]. 2. Type in the Frequency. NOTE: If you are uncertain about specific frequencies in your locale, RadioShack's "Police Call Directory Including Fire & Emergency Services" is an excellent reference. 3. Press [ENTER]. To program the next frequency, press [PROGRAM] to advance to the next channel Repeat the same steps to add more frequencies. HINTS AND TIPS FOR PROGRAMMING When you make a mistake while entering a number, press [CLEAR] and re-enter the correct frequency. If you enter a frequency that is outside a PRO-2011 band range, Error indicator lights. Press [CLEAR] and select another frequency. Any frequency within a PRO-2011 band range will be accepted. However, the frequency that can be stored into PRO-2011 memory is in 5 kHz step in the VHF bands and the 12.5 kHz step in the UHF bands. The scanner will automatically round off the entered frequency to the closest valid frequency. For example, if you enter 145.234 MHz, the PRO-2011 will accept this entry as 145.230 MHz. Or the entry 398.263 MHz will be treated as 398.262 MHz. The tuning range of your PRO-2011 is permanently stored in the microprocessor chip. There's no way it can be extended or altered -- even by a skilled electronics technician. So if you try to enter a frequency not in the PRO-2011's tuning range, you'll get an error message every time. If you want to change the frequency entered for a specific channel, enter the new frequency over the old one, following the steps in "PROGRAMMING FREQUENCIES" (above). (IR-09/25/96) Privacy Policy

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

regal_anthon
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SOURCE: I have misplaced my user guide for my Realistic Pro-36

http://safemanuals.com/brand-user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/RADIOSHACK see if this helps

please rate Thanx

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

BillB-SA
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SOURCE: need codes for a Realistic Model#20-129 Pro-2024 Scanning Receive

Here;s a link where you can download and print the manual for your scanner:

http://support.radioshack.com/support_electronics/doc31/31323.htm

Bill B.
San Antonio

Posted on May 16, 2009

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108-136 Mhz Aircraft band at AM narrowband only
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If you are trying to program AM Broadcast frequencies (mediumwave (MW) or FM Broadcast frequencies (FM radio stations), those were not covered by your PRO-2020's microprocessor. Even if you modify your scanner to receive those bands, you will not hear radio transmission properly since the receiver do not decode FM wideband, which is the standard mode for FM broadcast and Television band.

MANNY DE GUZMAN, JR.
SoundMagik Home Studio
Manila, Philippines

Visit my website at http://mannydeguzmanartist.wetpaint.com
My talents and modeling site at http://teenmodels2007.wetpaint.com

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