CBWI February 2002 Maverick A24 Technical Bulletin

Echo Circuit Clock Noise This modification will eliminate any clock noise, or transmit oscillation, that may occur while using the echo circuit in the Maverick A24 transceiver.1.Disconnect the transceiver from the power source.2.Remove speaker side cabinet.3.Unscrew the echo board from the side chassis of the transceiver.4.Locate Q602 on the echo board -Q601 is an empty location […]

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CBWI December 1996 Clarifiers

You may wonder why CBs are locked on frequency. Back when sideband was first introduced to the CB community, The clarifiers would move both transmit and receive together. This was legal because the tolerance of the transmitters was +/- .005 %. This means the radio had a frequency range of +/- 1.3 kHz from the […]

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RF Limited EC-2018XTR Xtreme Echo Mic

This is the latest echo mic from RF Limited. As the name suggests, it’s turbo echo to the extreme! In addition to the features of the EC-2018 Turbo, it has Cyborg™ Robotic Voice, which is another name for Alien Voice™, Endless Echo™, Stadium Sound™, Double Talker™, and a richer tone quality that can be best […]

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CBWI July 2001 The Anttron Story

In 1961 Frank J. Kukura Jr. and his father formed Kem-tron Industries specializing in manufacturing power supplies, frequency counters, Interceptor 100, Thunderbolt 305, RoadRunner 150 and many other products including antenna electronics like coaxial switch boxes, Ham and CB Base antennas, and fiberglass mobile whips. The coaxial switch box was named the Anttron AS-3. In the […]

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