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Receiver Control Operator Controls
Table 3-1.
and Instruments - Continued
Function
Control or instrument
Causes receiver to respond to amplitude modulated
AM
signals.
(10)
Causes receiver to respond to frequency modulated
FM
signals.
(S11)
CW
Causes receiver to respond to continuous wave signals.
(S12)
Causes receiver to respond to upper channel ssb
USB
signals.
(S15)
Causes receiver to respond to lower channel ssb
LSB
signals.
(S16)
Indicates frequency being selected or stored by re-
TUNING FREQUENCY (MHZ)
ceiver control, or frequency to which the receiver is
(6-digit frequency
tuned.
display DS1 thru DS6)
Selects storage file A or storage file B each consist-
DATA A/DATA B
ing of 10 registers.  Different sets of receiver tuning
(S41)
and operating commands can be stored in each of these
registers.
I
NOTE
Pressing this switch will toggle between
selection of DATA A and DATA B files.
Selects tuning frequency or allows access to a stored
Numeric keyboard
frequency which is presented on TUNING FREQUENCY (MHZ)
O thru 9 (S17 thru S23
display.  Keys light to indicate selected storage reg-
and S25 thru S27)
ister when STO, RCL, or AUTO STEP key is also lit.
Causes entry of decimal point when frequency is being
Decimal point (.)
selected on the numeric keyboard.
(S24)
Clears TUNING FREQUENCY (MHZ) display and returns dis-
CLR
play to frequency which was entered previously. Also
(S28)
clears AUTO STEP information and erroneous entries.
Allows storage of displayed receiver tuning and op-
STOJ
crating commands in a selected register.
(S29)
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