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CLEARING A FREQUENCY


TM   11-5821-333-12 2-13.  KEYBOARD  OPERATION. The  keyboard  is  used  in  all  SC  operations  described  in  this  section. When doing a step in a keyboard procedure, the display responds. It shows either what has been done or what must  be  done  next.  An  underline  (_)  on  the  display  means  another  step  must  be  done  with  the  keyboard. NOTE For Non-lCOM radio sets, the display goes blank after 7 seconds. If any of the steps are not   done   within   7   seconds,   the   entire   procedure   must   be   repeated,   Operator   may prevent  the  display  from  going  blank  by  holding  down  the  last  key  pressed. The displays shown in the following procedures are examples only. The actual numbers seen on a display will dif- fer  from  those  shown  in  the  procedure.  Any  letters,  however,  must  match  those  shown  in  the  procedures. 2-14.  LOADING  A  FREQUENCY  (MAN,  CUE,  SC). Manual,  Cue,  or  single  channel  frequencies  can  be  loaded  in  the  range  30-87.975  MHz,  in  0.025  MHz  incre- ments.  The  frequencies  are  entered  using  the  keyboard  buttons. Each number appears in the display as it is entered.  The  frequencv  entered  must  have  five  digits.  Numbers  that  can  be  used  are  only  those  shown  on  the following  figure.  if  any- other  numbers  are  entered,  the  RT  and  the  display  will  not  respond. 2-9


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