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frequency control without the battery drain introduced by LEDs or LCDs.
The two most significant digits are factory-programmed. for example, in the Type A (2-meter) receiver, the base is 140.000 MHz; this does not require repro-g ramming. As indicated in Fig. 2, the third, fourth, and fifth digits are individually controlled and set by the three-section digital thumb-switch on the radio's top panel. The slide switch allows for 5-kHz reception increments — this feature allows the receiver to monitor the exact transmitted frequency or to be set for standby at a predetermined frequency. The receiver is set to the desired frequency using the ( + } or ( —) flip-up push-button located adjacent to the digit to be changed —the
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