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CB Radio Operator Busted

Just in case you think the FCC doesn’t enforce the law on illegal CB operation, just read on and note the date. It’s true Uncle Charlie is under-staffed. Nevertheless, don’t talk yourself into believing you’re immune to their scrutiny. If they receive enough complaints or you’re transmissions are interfering with commercial service, they’ll come after […]

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General Lee Conversion

The conversion of this radio is simple. Remove the four 100 Ohm resistors from the solder side of the main circuit board. Be careful where the four resistors are soldered together. Use a minimum amount of heat and remove the resistors strait up, otherwise you may damage the trace that they are connected to. In […]

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MODERN COAXIAL LIGHTNING ARRESTORS: CUSHCRAFT VS I.C.E.

MODERN COAXIAL LIGHTNING ARRESTORS: CUSHCRAFT VS I.C.E. This is a comparison report between coaxial lightning arrestor units manufactured by Cushcraft Corp. and Industrial Communication Engineers, Ltd. Both companies make a variety of such protective devices and are sold worldwide. The Cushcraft “Blitz Bug” design and the I.C.E. design are both protected by patents issued by […]

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New Delta Force Conversion

2002 Model DeltaForce – Modification Update 1. Make sure DeltaForce is turned off and disconnected from power source!! 2. Take off speaker-side cabinet. 3. Find the CPU Reset Board located near the rear panel of the radio (see diagram below).4.On the CPU Reset Board are 4. jumper positions (CON1 – CON4). Each jumper position provides a different frequency […]

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New Delta Force Conversion

The PanaVise pedestal mounts are designed for cell phone use. Even though CB and Amateur radios are much heavier, these mounts are strong enough to hold a good size transceiver in place. They come in various lengths. The 4-inch mount has one ball adjustment for angle adjustment. This mount is good if you just need […]

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Inside The Magnum A24

The photo to the left shows the basic layout of the Magnum A24 main circuit board. The Alpha Force type echo/talk-back circuits have been moved to a separate PC board. In the middle photo, notice there are no additional engineering change components tacked to the bottom of the PC board. Pretty remarkable for a pre-production […]

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RANGER AR-3500 OPERATING MANUAL

IMPORTANT: RETAIN YOUR SALES RECEIPT Congratulations, you have just purchased the finest radio of its kind, The Ranger AR-3500. To insure your maximum enjoyment and protect your investment we suggest you fill out the information required on the warranty envelope and send it along with a photocopy of your sales receipt. There are several exciting […]

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