The RT can scan up to eight preset SC frequencies (all positions of CHAN). When a signal is found, the RT will "lock in"
on the channel. The keyboard will then show the channel number that has been "locked-in". You can listen and transmit
on that channel. When the channel has been inactive for 2.5 seconds, scanning will continue.
Scanning Use the following procedure to set up the RT to begin scanning.
Set FCTN to SQ ON, SQ OFF, or RXMT.
Set MODE to FH.
Set CHAN to CUE.
Turn KY-57 OFF.
Set other controls as needed.
Press Sto/ENT (display will show "SCAN_").
Enter a number on the keyboard, 0-7 (display will show the number entered; scanning has now begun).
The number entered will be scanned more often than the other channels. This channel is a priority channel
If you do not want any channel to have priority, enter the number 8.
If you wish to transmit on the priority channel (channel number you entered on keyboard), key the transmitter
When you key down, the display will show "CH" followed by the priority channel number.
To Transmit on a "Locked-In" Channel: Press handset push-to-talk and talk (you must do this within 2.5 seconds after
the traffic has stopped or scanning will begin again).
To Select a Channel for Transmission: Enter number for channel on keyboard (press handset push-to-talk within 2.5
seconds after display shows channel number selected).
To Cancel a Channel from Scan Sequence: Enter channel number on keyboard that you wish to delete (the priority
channel cannot be deleted); then press CLR. Scanning will begin again and the cancelled channel number will not "lock
To Restore a Cancelled Channel: Enter number of channel that was cancelled on keyboard (display will show "CH" and
the channel number entered). The channel is now back in the scanning sequence.
To Scan While "Locked-In" on a Channel: Press Sto/ENT.
To Check Frequency of "Locked-In" Channel: Press FREQ while channel number is on display (display will change to
show frequency of channel).
To Stop Scanning: Set CHAN (or MODE) to different position.