Kevin Ross CB radio hacker's guide

ISBN 13: 9780939780174

CB radio hacker's guide

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9780939780174: CB radio hacker's guide
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This book is recommended by the SSB Network, world's oldest and largest Single Sideband operators' group. Whether you're an AM or SSB operator, you'll find this to be the most useful book in your radio room! It's brought to you by the same company that publishe the Scanner Modification Handbook series. The CB Hackers Guide covers more than 200 current and recent AM and SSB CB radios from Cobra, Courier, G.E., Midland Inter- national, Radio Shack Realistic, SBE, Sears & Uniden/President. Charts and clear pictorials show you how to increase the performance of CB radios and add to their functions. Learn how to unlock those hidden functions the factory never activated, how to add new features the factory forgot to include. Tweak, peak and modify existing circuits so that they perform at their maximum potential to give the best power output, full modulation, best AGC and squelch action, finest all-around operation. Tells you which screws to turn, shows which wires to cut. Add RF and microphone gain controls, a noise blanker, bright/dim control, switchable audio tone, hi/low transmitter power, a modulation meter, and much more. Learn how to diagnose CB radio problems, how to test microphones, how to wire microphone plugs, and many more useful things to enhance your CB station and operations. (1992 - paperback)

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Kevin Ross
Published by CRB Research Books (1992)
ISBN 10: 0939780178 ISBN 13: 9780939780174
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