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Icom m402 I GOT A PROBLUM WITH ONE OF MY ICOM M 402 RADIO. ITS NEW ONE BUT WHEN I ON THE UNIT THE LCD IS GETTING ON AND OFF (BLINKING) I HAVE THE ICOM CLONIG PROGRAM .HOW I SOLVE THIS

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Icom m402 I GOT A PROBLUM WITH ONE OF MY ICOM M 402 RADIO. ITS NEW ONE BUT WHEN I ON THE UNIT THE LCD IS GETTING ON AND OFF (BLINKING) I HAVE THE ICOM CLONIG PROGRAM .HOW I SOLVE THIS


You may have poor connections on you LCD screen leads. I would first determine if the blinking is being caused by a loose connection or by something happening within the CB circuitry. The best way to do this would be to try to push and hold the LCD screen to stop the blinking if this works then your trouble is a loose connection. If it does not work then you may have some kind of internal problem. One such problem would the the IC driving the LCD screen you will need to have a schematic to troubleshoot this. The schematic will show you the voltage readings that should be on the pins of the LCD driver IC, and by measuring the voltages you should be able to determine which components are defective. You may also want to use a logic probe if the schematic contains a truth table of the states the pins sould be in under test conditions.
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Programming issues with Icom F21


What you have is a programming issue. The radios need to be "cloned" so they will all work together. You can buy the software on line for about $65.00 then you can change frequencies when ever you want.
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Cobra 148 gtl


Open the radio up and find the L22 Can/Pot. It's the one with the wire soldered on top. With both fine and coarse Claifier/Voice Locks in the 12 O'Clock positions, confirm, then listen for someone that is on the correct frequency and turn this pot (small ferrite core inside) with a small plastic preferred screwdriver, until they sound clear. Do this for USB as well except, the Can/Pot is L59. Don't adjust the VR5 (transmit) unless you need to.
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Hello bluzfan, Do you remember the old 40 channel CBs? they used basic A3A transmission (dual sideband single carrier)remember how you got crosstalk sometimes, if your power was too high? Then they went to 80 channel CBs (using a single side band as Lower Side Band (lsb) and the other as the upper side band (usb))? more crosstalk but they invented anl (automatic noise limiter)circuitry to compensate. Now you have the 120 channel CB which uses a form of side band multiplexing (20QAM) to generate 3 times more channel density 40 X 3 = 120. Here is my problem; Cobra should not have done this because you will have massive crosstalk and unaudible sounds because of the increase in channels but not an increase in initial (physical)bandwidth. I hate to tell you this but the only cure for the is to use it in 40 channel or 80 channel mode forget the 120 channel mode, or get a radio with better channel separation.
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Programming I can't import the complete frequency information from Radio Referefence using the Win 96 program. My radio is partially programmed already. Do I need to delete that programming? I have checked multiple sources but no one can provide me with a solution. I hope you can be of assistance. Thanks


No..you do not have to delete that programming. You can download the scanner using Win96 and then add or delete talkgroups and frequency data in Win96. Once this is complete, just upload it back to your scanner.Word to the wise..you may want to save the results of your scanner download BEFORE modifying it. That way you can reload it if you make any mistakes while updating it.
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Uniden Bearcat Scanner Model# BC147XLT


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Uniden BC350C Scanner


Start by pressing 'band' & select the band that the freq you want to program is within by using the 'up' or 'down' button, then press 'search' , when you see the display getting close to the desired freq, press 'hold' & then use the 'up' & 'down' buttons to zero in on it. Then press 'program', then press 'private' & select the channel you wish to put it on (1-50). Repeat this process as needed. I find it's easier & faster to program all the freqs within a band as you can assign them to whatever channel you wish within the 50 in the private bank, then do the other bands. Hope this clarifies it, good luck. Regards from Community Communications in Wanaque, NJ.
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