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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 8453 S Transmitter

Instructions and Help about Are Form 8453 S Transmitter

This is Dave ke og and I'm your guide through the a double RL study guide for the technician class license. Today, we're going to pick up the book and talk about transmitters and receivers at section 5.1. Now, as it turns out, down at the bottom of the page, it shows a ten tech Jupiter. I happen to have one of those, so why don't we just use that and I'll walk you through the functions. Let's take a look. Hi, this is my ten tech Jupiter. This is an HF transceiver, it is mid-range and a very nice one. I haven't liked it very much. I've had it for a little over ten years. It's recently been replaced on the market by the ten tech eagle, but it is still readily available. Let's look at some of the functions. This is the power switch right here. It turns the whole thing on and off. Okay, it's fundamentally a computer inside, so it has to boot for a minute. Here's the volume control. Okay, so we're listening on 80 meters now. The next most important knob is the tuning. As we tune it, the numbers just go up. It doesn't look like a radio dial anymore. And you can pick particular steps that you want by pushing on this step down here and picking whether you want to go up or down and how fast the thing moves. The next most important item is the band switch, where we switch between the bands. It's 160 meters and then it comes back around to 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, and the 10 megahertz band, which is 30 meters. The 40 meter band, the five frequencies that we have in the 60 meter band, and the 85 meter band, which sometimes the...