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When I go sideband and transmit meter go backwards, what could cause this

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Check your antenna system. Possible bad SWR's

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Tuned to the wrong side of peak

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No transmit on usb.only recive but all works on am and lsb.1stGen.pres.whst


the transmitter section of the radio needs to be aligned you need to look for a cb shop its nothing you can fix on your own

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Transmit audio has a warble distortion


you will be better off taking this to a tech considering it is a ham radio also. he can set the freq and put it on a distortion meter also to find out the problem.

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Single side band


Sideband transmission will cause the meter to swing as you speak.

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Cobra 148gtl off frequency on sideband transmit


There is nothing that you can do without a test bench for frequency testing and tuning.

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Fix my connex 3400 hb sideband button


Hi there, if you are talking about the Connex CX 3400 HP there is no sideband or SSB on this radio. It is only AM and FM 10 meter Ham radio. Many people do modify these radios to include the 11 meter frequencies which is the CB band. Maybe knowing the actual bands and their frequencies will help some too this radio does have 6 different bands ranging from (Band A. 28.015 thru 28.455) (Band B. 28.145 thru 28.585) (Band C. 28.115 thru 28.555) (Band D. 28.085 thru 28.525) (Band E. 28.055 thru 28.495) (Band F. 28.025 thru 28.465.) I hope this will help you. Bob

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Is it best to use in am mode in normal trasmitions on a cb radio dx 959 galaxy?


  • This Galaxy was built as a CB to run on AM (11 Meter). The majority of people on the CB run AM stations. Sideband (upper and lower) is where the carrier is removed and the wave being transmitted on is cut in half. You can do this just fine but mainly if you want to talk to someone and you both know your going to be on Sideband for a little privacy. 38 LSB is a great channel to catch some DX side band on world wide. But yea, AM is the best to find people to chat with.


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Regards, Tony

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How do i find and turn up modulation


If your asking for an internal adjustment,you need to be a qualified technician to do this and the radio's schematics..which I don't know either answer to,so external adjustments would be mic gain knob,you can also gain modulation by lowering the output power knob,both can be adjusted to get the most forward swing by watching your meter swing when am or sideband transmitting.If you are using the stock mike,you could also upgrade to power mic properly wired for your radio.If you are a qualified to do so,there are online sites that have info on upgrading the modulation to this 10 meter radio by adjustments,modifications and add on parts,which does require an amateur license to operate unless modified for cb bands and only transmits on these bands..according to fcc rules.

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I have a FT-8900 and want to be able to open the AM side so I can use it on frequency 26.805 is there anyway it can be done


The Yaesu FT-8900 is a quad band FM transceiver only. It can not be modified to receive or transmit AM, SSB, RTTY or CW. It works on all or portions of 70 centimeter, 2 meter, 6 meter and 10 meter bands. The 26.805 Mhz frequency is 11 meters, so it is out of range of the 10 meter band in the radio, it is close. Even if able expand the transceiver, the AM / SSB mode commonly found in this band makes it impossible to use. Further, the radio is not FCC Type Accepted for use in this band.

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Sideband carrier??


im not sure carriers are measured in pounds, but SSB is a supressed carrier mode, in SSB only one sideband is transmitted and the carrier is inserted at the other end in the receiver. In AM mode the carried and both sidebands are transmitted. with regular am there is a carried and when modulation (your voice) is added a signal appears both above and below the carrier frequency at a distance relative to the frequency of your voice. so if you have a carrier at 1000 khz and modulated it with a tone of 100 hertz the signal will contain frequencies of 900,1000, and 1100 hertz, then its changed to SSB by supressing the carrier (1000) and one sideband (1100) if you are on lower sideband and (900) if you one upper sideband, and transmits the remaining frequency.

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