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HOW TO USE YOUR
2-WAY MOBILE RADIO
Model 19 DX
Nothing comes close to a Cobra™
PRINTED IN THAILAND ©2002 COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION 480-045-P
6500 WEST CORTLAND STREET
CHICAGO, IL 60707 USA
HOW TO USE YOUR Serial No. Date of Purchase Dealer Name 40 CHANNEL Keep this manual for detailed information CITIZENS BAND about your Cobra CB Radio System. 2-WAY MOBILE RADIO SAVE YOUR SALES RECEIPT, THE CARTON AND “PACKING” FOR II POSSIBLE FUTURE USE. Model 19 DX Introduction Frequency Range........................................................................................2 Specifications .................................................................................................
Introduction Specifications Frequency Range GENERAL Channels 40. Your COBRA CB radio provides high-level, trouble-free performance Frequency Range 26.965 to 27.405 MHz. over the following frequency assignments: Frequency Control Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) synthesizer. Channel Channel Frequency Channel Channel Frequency Frequency Tolerance 0.005%. ° ° ° ° in MHz in MHz Operating Temp. Range -22 F to +122 F (-30 C to +50 C). Microphone Plug-in type; Electret condenser. 1 26.965 21 27.215 Input Voltag
Installation Installation (Cont.) Location 3. Connect the antenna cable plug to the standard receptacle on the Plan the location of the transceiver and microphone bracket before unit. Most CB antennas are terminated with a type PL-259 plug starting the installation. Select a location that is convenient for which mates with the receptacle marked “ANT.” operation and does not interfere with the driver or passengers in the 4. Connect the red lead of DC power cord to +13.8VDC. In vehicle. In automo
Installation (Cont.) Installation(Cont.) CB Antenna Ignition Noise Interference Since the maximum allowable power output of the transmitter is Use of a mobile receiver at low signal levels is normally limited by the limited by the FCC, the antenna is one important factor affecting presence of electrical noise. The primary source of noise in automobile transmission distance. Only a properly matched antenna system will installations is from the alternator and ignition system in the vehicle. allow
Operation Operation (Cont.) Controls and Indicators 5. CB/PA Switch. Selects mode of operation. In the CB position, the PA Refer to controls, indicators and connectors as illustrated below: function is disabled and the unit will transmit and receive on the selected channel. The PA function should not be used unless a PA 6 speaker is connected. 4 5 7 6. S-RF/Power Meter. Shows relative transmitter RF output power and input signal strength when receiving. The five LED (Light Emitting Diode) segmen
Operation (Cont.) Operation (Cont.) Operating Procedure to Receive 2 3 1. Be sure that the power, antenna and microphone are properly connected before proceeding further. The CB/PA switch should be in the CB mode. The Channel 9/NOR Switch should be in the NOR mode. 2. Turn the radio ON by rotating the VOLUME CONTROL clockwise. 3. Rotate SQUELCH CONTROL counterclockwise until incoming signal is heard. 1 4 4. Turn the CHANNEL SELECTOR KNOB to select the desired operating channel. B. Rear Panel 5
Maintenance and Adjustment Appendix Citizens Band radio operators have largely adopted the “10-code” Your COBRA CB transceiver is specifically designed for the for standard questions and answers. Its use permits faster environment encountered in mobile installations. The use of all solid communications and better understanding in noisy areas. The state circuitry and its light weight result in high reliability. Should a following table lists some of the more common codes and their failure occur,
Appendix (Cont.) Appendix (Cont.) A Few Rules That Should Be Obeyed Use Channel 9 For Emergency Message Only 1. You are not allowed to carry on a conversation with another station for FCC give the following examples of permitted and prohibited types of more than five minutes at a time without taking a one-minute break, to communications for use on Channel 9. These are guidelines and are give others a chance to use the channel. not intended to be all-inclusive: 2. You are not allowed to blast oth
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