PRESIDENT JACKSON II Owner`s manual

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SOMMAIRE
INSTALLATION
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SUMARIO
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INSTALACIÓN
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UTILIZACIÓN
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CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
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CARACTERÍSTICAS TÉCNICAS
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GUIDE DE DÉPANNAGE
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GUÍA DE PROBLEMAS
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COMMENT ÉMETTRE/RECEVOIR UN MESSAGE
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COMO EMITIR O RECIBIR UN MENSAJE
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GLOSSAIRE
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LÉXICO
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DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ
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DECLARACIÓN CE DE CONFORMIDAD
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GARANTÍA
UTILISATION
GARANTIE
TABLEAUX DES FRÉQUENCES
TABLEAU DES NORMES EUROPÉENNES
SUMMARY
TABLAS DE FRECUENCIAS
47~ 49
NORMAS EUROPEAS
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47~ 49
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INHALTSANGABE
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INSTALLATION
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INSTALLATION
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HOW TO USE YOUR CB
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BEDIENUNG
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
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TECHNISCHE DATEN
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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BEI PROBLEMEN
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HOW TO TRANSMIT OR RECEIVE A MESSAGE
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TIPS FÜR DEN FUNKVERKEHR
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GLOSSARY
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BEURTEILUNG DER EMPFANGSQUALITÄT
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CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY
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KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
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FREQUENCY TABLES
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EUROPEAN NORMS
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CB-KANÄLE UND IHRE FREQUENZEN
EUROPÄISCH NORMEN
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47 ~ 49
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Welcome to the world of the new generation of CB
radios. The new PRESIDENT range gives you access to
top performance CB equipment. With the use of up-todate technology, which guarantees unprecedented
quality, your PRESIDENT JACKSON II ASC is a new step in
personal communication and is the surest choice for the
most demanding of professional CB radio users. To ensure that you make the most of all its capacities, we
advise you to read carefully this manual before installing
and using your PRESIDENT JACKSON II ASC.
A) INSTALLATION
1) WHERE AND HOW TO MOUNT YOUR MOBILE CB RADIO
c) Remember to provide for the passing and protection of different wires (e.g.
power, antenna, accessory cabling) so that they do not in any way interfere
with the driving of the vehicle.
d) To install your equipment, use the cradle (1) and the self-tapping screws [2]
provided (drilling diameter 3.2 mm). Take care not to damage the vehicle’s
electrical system while drilling the dash board.
e) Do not forget to insert the rubber joints [3] between the CB and its support as
these have a shock-absorbing effect which permits gentle orientation and
tightening of the set.
f) Choose where to place the microphone support and remember that the
microphone cord must stretch to the driver without interfering with the controls
of the vehicle.
- N.B. : As the transceiver has a frontal microphone socket, it can be set into the
dash board. In this case, you will need to add an external loud speaker to
improve the sound quality of communications (connector EXT.SP situated on
the back panel: C). Ask your dealer for advice on mounting your CB radio.
MOUNTING DIAGRAM
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a) You should choose the most appropriate setting from a simple and practical
point of view.
b) Your CB radio should not interfere with the driver or the passengers.
2) ANTENNA INSTALLATION
3) POWER CONNECTION
Your PRESIDENT JACKSON II ASC is protected against an inversion of polarities.
However, before switching it on, you are advised to check all the connections. Your equipment must be supplied with a continued current of 12 volts
(A). Today, most cars and lorries are negative earth. You can check this by
making sure that the negative terminal of the battery is connected either to
the engine block or to the chassis. If this is not the case, you should consult your
dealer.
a) Choosing your antenna:
- For CB radios, the longer the antenna, the better its results. Your dealer will
be able to help you with your choice of antenna.
b) Mobile antenna:
- Must be fixed to the vehicle where there is a maximum of metallic surface
(ground plane), away from windscreen mountings.
- If you already have a radio-telephone antenna installed, the CB antenna
should be higher than this.
- There are two types of antenna: pre-regulated which should be used on a
good ground plane (e.g. car roof or lid of the boot), and adjustable which
offer a much larger range and can be used on a smaller ground plane (see
p. 31 § 5, Adjustment of SWR).
- For an antenna which must be fixed by drilling, you will need a good contact
between the antenna and the ground plane. To obtain this, you should lightly
scratch the surface where the screw and tightening star are to be placed.
- Be careful not to pinch or flatten the coaxial cable (as this runs the risk of break
down and/or short circuiting).
- Connect the antenna (B).
WARNING: Lorries generally have two batteries and an electrical installation
of 24 volts, in which case it will be necessary to insert a 24/12 volt converter
(type CV 24/12 PRESIDENT) into the electrical circuit. The following connection
steps should be carried out with the power cable disconnected from the set.
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a) Check that the battery is of 12 volts.
b) Locate the positive and negative terminals of the battery (+ is red and - is
black). Should it be necessary to lengthen the power cable, you should use
the same or a superior type of cable.
c) It is necessary to connect your CB to a permanent (+) and (-). We advise you
to connect the power cable directly to the battery (as the connection of the
CB cable to the wiring of the car-radio or other parts of the electrical circuit
may, in somecases, increase the likelihood of interference).
d) Connect the red wire (+) to the positive terminal of the battery and the black
(-) wire to the negative terminal of the battery.
e) Connect the power cable to your CB radio.
c) Fixed antenna:
- A fixed antenna should be installed in a clear a space as possible. If it is fixed
to a mast, it will perhaps be necessary to stay it, according to the laws in force
(you should seek professional advice). All PRESIDENT antennas and accessories are designed to give maximum efficiency to each CB radio within the
range.
WARNING: Never replace the original fuse (6 A) by one of a different value.
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starter
Towards
starter
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chassis
Connected
to chassis
OUTPUT RADIUS PATTERNS
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4) BASIC OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT BEFORE USING
YOUR SET FOR THE FIRST TIME (without transmitting and
without using the «push-to-talk» switch on the microphone)
B) HOW TO USE YOUR CB
1) ON/OFF - VOLUME ~ RF POWER
a) Connect the microphone
b) Check the antenna connections
c) Turn the set on by turning the volume knob (1) clockwise.
d) Turn the squelch knob (2) to minimum (M position).
e) Adjust the volume to a comfortable level.
f) Go to Channel 20 using either the «UP» «DN» key on the microphone or the
rotary knob.
ON/OFF - VOLUME
a) To turn the set on, turn the knob (1) clockwise.
b) To increase the sound level, turn the same knob further clockwise.
RF POWER
Adjustment of the output power in AM and FM mode only. Allows reducing the
power in case of a nearby communication with a person who has no RF GAIN.
The normal position of this function is set to maximum, fully clockwise.
5) ADJUSTMENT OF SWR (Standing wave ratio)
WARNING: This must be carried out when you use your CB radio for the first time
(and whenever you re-position your antenna). The adjustment must be
carried out in an obstacle-free area.
2) ASC (Automatic Squelch Control) SQUELCH ~ CAL
SQUELCH
* Adjustment with a built-in SWR meter or external SWR meter (e.g. TOS-1 or
TOS-2 President)
a) To connect the SWR meter :
- Connect the SWR meter between the CB radio and the antenna as close as
possible to the CB (use a maximum of 40 cm cable, type President CA 2C).
b) To adjust the SWR meter:
- Set the CB to channel 20 in FM.
- Put the switch on the SWR meter to position CAL or FWD.
- Press the «push-to-talk» switch on the microphone to transmit.
- Bring the index needle to
by using the calibration key.
- Change the switch to position SWR (reading of the SWR level). The reading on
the Meter should be as near as possible to 1. If this is not the case, re-adjust your
antenna to obtain a reading as close as possible to 1. (An SWR reading
between 1 and 1.8 is acceptable).
- It will be necessary to re-calibrate the SWR meter after each adjustment of the
antenna.
a) ASC: Automatic Squelch Control
Worldwide patent, a PRESIDENT exclusivity.
Turn the squelch knob (2) anti-clockwise into ASC position. The «ASC/VOX» led
lights up into green.
Note: If the VOX function is also active, the led lights up into orange.
No repetitive manual adjustment and a permanent improvement in listening
comfort when ASC is active. This function can be disconnected by turning the
switch clockwise. In this case the manual squelch control becomes active
again. The «ASC/VOX» led turns off.
b) MANUAL SQUELCH
Turn the squelch knob clockwise to the exact point where all background
noise disappears. This adjustment should be done with precision as, if set to
maximum (fully clockwise) only the strongest signals will be received.
WARNING: In order to avoid any losses and attenuations in cables used for
connection between the radio and its accessories, PRESIDENT recommends
to use a cable with a length inferior to 3m.
CAL
Allows the calibration of the SWR meter (see § 5 ADJUSTMENT OF SWR).
Your CB is now ready for use.
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Suppresses undesirable background noises when there is no communication.
Squelch does not affect neither sound nor transmission power, but allows a
considerable improvement in listening comfort.
original microphone. corresponds to delay time.
3) MIC GAIN ~ RF GAIN ~ VOX
Once the adjustments are done, press during 1 second the «VOX» key in order
to quit the Vox Adjustment Mode.
MIC GAIN
Adjustment of the sensitivity level of the microphone.
The normal position of this function is set to maximum clockwise.
4) CLARIFIER
FINE: This function allows a frequency deviation during LSB/USB reception in
order to improve the clearness of your correspondent’s voice.
COARSE: This function allows a frequency deviation in reception.
The normal setting of this function is on the central position.
RF GAIN
This knob is for adjusting sensitivity during reception. For long distance communications RF GAIN should be set to maximum. RF GAIN can be reduced to
avoid distortion, when your correspondent is close by and when he does not
have RF POWER.
The normal setting of this function is on maximum (fully clockwise).
5) FM / AM / USB / LSB MODE SELECTOR
This switch allows selecting the modulation mode AM, FM, LSB or USB; Your
modulation mode has to correspond to the one of your correspondent.
Frequency Modulation /FM: for nearby communications on a flat open field.
Amplitude Modulation / AM: communication on a field with relief and obstacles at middle distance (the most used).
Upper and Lower Side Band / USB-LSB: used for long distance communications
(according to the propagation conditions).
VOX
The VOX function allows transmitting by speaking into the original microphone
(or in the optional vox microphone) without pressing the PTT switch. In case of
the use of an optional vox mike connected to the rear panel of the radio (VOX
MIC jack), the original microphone doesn’t work.
a) VOX Mode
6) CHANNEL SELECTOR: knob and UP/DN keys of the microphone
Press shortly the «VOX» key in order to activate the VOX function. The red
«ASC/VOX» led lights up. A new pressure on the «VOX» key switches the
function off. The «ASC/VOX» led turns off.
English
These switches allow increasing or decreasing a channel number. A «Beep»
sounds each time the channel changes if the Beep function is activated (see
Beep Function hereunder).
Note: If the ASC function is also active, the led turns up into orange.
b) VOX adjustment
Press during 1 second the «VOX» key in order to activate the function.
Vox adjustment. Three adjustments are possible: Sensitivity, Anti-Vox level/Vox
delay time. The preset adjustment is the Sensitivity adjustment. Press shortly the
«VOX» key in order to go to the following adjustment. The display shows the
type of adjustment by its first digit and its level by the second digit.
- Sensitivity «L5»: allows the adjustment of the microphone (original one or
optional vox) for an optimum transmission quality. Adjustable level from 1
(high level) to 9 (low level) by rotating the channel knob or with the UP/DN keys
of the original microphone. L corresponds to the Sensitivity (Level).
- Anti-Vox «A0»: allows disabling the transmission generated by the surrounding
noise. The level is adjustable from 0 (Off) to 9 (low level) by rotating the channel
knob or with the UP/DN keys of the original microphone. A corresponds to AntiVox.
- Delay Time « 5»: allows avoiding the sudden cut of the transmission by adding
a delay at the end of speaking. The level is adjustable from 1 (short delay) to
9 (long delay) by rotating the channel selector or with the UP/DN keys of the
BEEP FUNCTION
Keys, changing the channel etc.
For activating the Beep: switch on the radio by pressing the UP key of the
microphone
For disabling the Beep: switch on the radio by pressing the DN key of the
microphone
SCAN FUNCTION
In order to activate the SCAN function (research of the channels) in an
increasing way, press the UP key during 2,5 seconds. The scanning automatically starts 3 seconds after the end of the transmission if no key is activated.
The scanning starts again in an increasing way by using the UP key of the
microphone or in a decreasing way with the DN key of the mike.
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is the case with a telephone). Once someone had finished to talk, he said {
"Roger" in order to prevent his correspondent that it was his turn to talk. "Roger"
has been replaced by a beep. There comes «Roger beep» from.
7) DISPLAY
The digital LED display shows the channel, its
configuration and the level of some adjustments.
Note: the «Roger Beep» also sounds in the loudspeaker if the function is
already active while switching on the transceiver. If the function is on OFF while
switching on the radio, only the correspondent can hear the «Roger Beep».
8) ASC/VOX LED
14) NB.ANL / HI-CUT
This led is green when the ASC function is active and red when the VOX
function is active. It’s orange when both functions are active.
3 positions switch: Off / NB.ANL filter activated / NB.ANL + HI-CUT activated.
NB.ANL: Noise Blanker / Automatic Noise Limiter. These filters allow reducing
back ground noises and some reception interferences. In FM and USB/LSB
mode, only the NB filter is active.
HI-CUT: Cuts out the high frequency interferences and has to be used in
accordance with the reception conditions.
9) RX/TX LED
This led is red in transmission and green when a signal is received.
10) DIM
The DIMMER function allows adjusting the brightness of the lighting.
15) S/RF ~ SWR ~ CAL
11) F
3 positions switch: changing meter function.
Selection of the frequency bands (configuration :E; d; EU; EC; U; PL)
The frequency bands have to be chosen according with the country of use.
Don’t use another configuration. Some countries need a user’s licence. See
the configurations / frequency bands table at page 47~49.
Proceeding: - switch off the transceiver. Put the switch on «F» position and
switch on again. The letter corresponds to the blinking configuration.
- In order to change the configuration, use the channel selector on the front
panel or the UP/DN keys of the microphone.
- When the configuration is selected, put the switch on «OFF». The letter that
corresponds to the configuration are continuously displayed. At this point,
confirm the selection by switching off the transceiver and then switching it on
again.
See table page 50.
S/RF
Analogue S/RF meter which shows the power in transmission and reception.
Shows the value of the SWR (see proceedings of the SWR adjustment at page
31).
CAL
Calibration of the SWR meter (see proceedings of the SWR meter at page 31).
16) METER
12) PRIORITARY CHANNEL
This switch selects channel 9 or 19 according to the configuration.
See table page 50.
13) ROGER BEEP
Shows the level of the signal in transmission and reception, the SWR or the
calibration of the SWR according to the position of the S/RF~SWR~CAL (15)
switch.
The Roger beep sounds while releasing the microphone key in order to let your
correspondent speak. Historically, CB is a mode of «simplex» communication.
This means that it is not possible to speak and to listen at the same time (as it
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SWR
17) 6-PIN MICROPHONE PLUG
C) TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
This plug is situated on the front panel of the radio making the setting of the
equipment into the dashboard easier.
See the cabling diagram at page 49.
1) GENERAL:
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18) PTT
Transmission key, press to speak and release to receive a message.
A) POWER SUPPLY (13.2 V)
B) ANTENNA CONNECTOR (SO-239)
Channels
Modulation modes
Frequency ranges
Antenna impedance
Power supply
Dimensions (in mm)
Weight
Accessories supplied
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40
AM / FM / USB / LSB
from 26.965 MHz to 27.405 MHz
50 ohms
13.2 V
185 (W) x 264.5 (D) x 56 (H)
1,5 kg
microphone UP/DOWN with hanger,
mounting cradle, screws and
fused power cord.
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+/- 300 Hz
1 W AM / 4 W FM / 4 W USB-LSB (PEP)
inferior to 4 nW (- 54 dBm)
300 Hz to 3 KHz in AM/FM/USB/LSB
inferior to 20 µW
3.0 mV
3 A (with modulation)
1.8 %
C) JACK FOR EXTERNAL LOUDSPEAKER (8 Ω, Ø 3,5 mm)
2) TRANSMISSION:
D) JACK FOR OPTIONAL VOX MIKE (Ø 2,5 mm)
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Frequency allowance
Carrier power
Transmission interference
Audio response
Emitted power in the adj. channel
Microphone sensitivity
Drain
Modulated signal distortion
3) RECEPTION:
- Maxi. sensitivity at 20 dB sinad
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Frequency response
Adjacent channel selectivity
Maximum audio power
Squelch sensitivity
- Frequency image rejection rate
- Intermediate frequency rej. rate
- Drain
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: 0.7 µV -110 dBm (AM)
0.35 µV -116 dBm (FM)
0.28 µV -118 dBm (USB/LSB)
: 300 Hz to 3 kHz in AM/FM
: 60 dB
: 3W
: minimum 0.2 µV - 120 dBm
maximum 1 mV - 47 dBm
: 60 dB
: 70 dB
: 400 mA nominal / 1000 mA maximum
Press the «push-to-talk» switch and announce your message «Attention stations, transmission testing» which will allow you to check the clearness and the
power of your signal. Release the switch and wait for a reply. You should
receive a reply like, «Strong and clear».
If you use a calling channel (19, 27) and you have established communication
with someone, it is common practice to choose another available channel so
as not to block the calling channel.
D) TROUBLE SHOOTING:
1) YOUR CB RADIO WILL NOT TRANSMIT OR YOUR
TRANSMISSION IS OF POOR QUALITY:
- Check that the antenna is correctly connected and that the SWR is properly
adjusted.
- Check that the microphone is properly plugged in.
- Check that the RF POWER switch (1) is set on maximum.
- Check that the CLARIFIER, FINE/COARSE (4) switches are set on central
position.
F) GLOSSARY:
Below you will find some of the most frequently used CB radio expressions.
Remember this is meant for fun and that you are by no means obliged to use
them. In an emergency, you should be as clear as possible.
2) YOUR CB RADIO WILL NOT RECEIVE OR RECEPTION IS
POOR:
INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
Echo
Foxtrott
Golf
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
Hotel
India
Juliett
Kilo
Lima
Mike
November
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
Oscar
Papa
Quebec
Romeo
Sierra
Tango
Uniform
TECHNICAL VOCABULARY:
AM
CB
CH
CW
DX
DW
FM
GMT
HF
LF
LSB
RX
SSB
SWR
SWL
SW
3) YOUR CB WILL NOT LIGHT UP:
- Check the power supply.
- Check the connection wiring.
- Check the fuse.
E) HOW TO TRANSMIT OR RECEIVE A MESSAGE:
Now that you have read the manual, make sure that your CB Radio is ready
for use (i.e. check that your antenna is connected).
Choose your channel (19, 27).
Choose your mode (AM/FM) which must be the same as that of your correspondent.
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Amplitude Modulation
Citizen’s Band
Channel
Continuous Wave
Long Distance Liaison
Dual Watch
Frequency Modulation
Greenwich Meantime
High Frequency
Low Frequency
Lower Side Band
Receiver
Single Side Band
Standing Wave Ratio
Short Wave Listening
Short Wave
V
W
X
Y
Z
Victor
Whiskey
X-ray
Yankee
Zulu
English
- Check that the RFGAIN (3) is set on maximum.
- Check that the squelch level is properly adjusted.
- Check that the programmed configuration is the good one (see table at
page 50).
- Check that the volume is set to a comfortable listening level.
- Check that the microphone is properly plugged in.
- Check that the antenna is correctly connected and that the SWR is properly
adjusted.
- Check that you are using the same modulation mode as your correspondent.
- Check that the CLARIFIER, FINE/COARSE (4) switches are set on central
position.
TX
UHF
USB
VHF
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CB Transceiver
Ultra High Frequency
Upper Side Band
Very High Frequency
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Flashing lights of police car
Slow down
Channel 1
A CB set in fixed location
Policeman
Speeding fine
Police station
Motorway
Absolutely
Signal from an adjacent channel interfering with
the transmission
Pressing the PTT switch without talking
Police
Used to ask permission to join a conversation
A CBer wishing to join a channel
Clear of police
Channel with less interference
Good reception
Tyre
Turning CB off
Go to a lower channel
Understand?
Long distance
Love and kisses
CBers meeting together
Fellow CBer
Accelerator
CBer’s nickname
Dangerous driver
How are you receiving me?
Pressing the PTT switch without talking
Police radar
Telephone
CB set
Police radar
SOS
Ambulance
Midnight shopper
Modulation
Negative copy
Over your shoulder
Part your hair
Pull your hammer back
Rat race
Rubberbander
Sail boat fuel
Smokey dozing
Smokey with a camera
Spaghetti bowl
Stinger
Turkey
Up one
Wall to wall
CB LANGUAGE:
Advertising
Back off
Basement
Base station
Bear
Bear bite
Bear cage
Big slab
Big 10-4
Bleeding
English
Blocking the channel
:
Blue boys
:
Break
:
Breaker
:
Clean and green
:
Cleaner channel
:
Coming in loud and proud :
Doughnut
:
Down and gone
:
Down one
:
Do you copy?
:
DX
:
Eighty eights
:
Eye ball
:
Good buddy
:
Hammer
:
Handle
:
Harvey wall banger
:
How am I hitting you?
:
Keying the mike
:
Kojac with a kodak
:
Land line
:
Lunch box
:
Man with a gun
:
Mayday
:
Meat wagon
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Thief
Conversation
No reply
Right behind you
Behave yourself - police ahead
Slow down
Congested traffic
New CBer
Wind
Parked police car
Police radar
Interchange
Antenna
Dumb CBer
Go up one channel
All over/everywhere
What am I puttingto you? : Please give me an S-meter reading.
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KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
We, GROUPE PRESIDENT ELECTRONICS, Route de Sète, BP 100
– 34540 Balaruc – FRANCE,
Declare, on our own responsibility that the CB radio-communication transceiver
Wir, GROUPE PRESIDENT ELECTRONICS, Route de Sète, BP
100 – 34540 Balaruc – FRANCE,
Erklären, auf eigene Verantwortung daß der CB Funk SenderEmpfänger
Brand : PRESIDENT
Model : JACKSON II
Manufactured in PRC
Marke : PRESIDENT
Modell : JACKSON II
Hergestellt in PRC
is in conformity with the essential requirements of the Directive
1999/5/CE (Article 3) adapted to the national law, as well as with
the following European Standards:
in Konformität ist mit den wesentlichen Anforderungen der R &
TTE Richtlinie 1999/5/CE (Artikel 3) auf die nationale Gesetzen
umgestellt, wie mit den folgenden europäischen Normen:
EN 300 135-1 V1.1.2 (2000-8) / EN 300 135-2 V1.1.1 (2000-8)
EN 300 433-1 V1.1.3 (2000-12) / EN 300 433-2 V1.1.2 (2000-12)
EN 301 489-1 V1.7.1 (2007-4) / EN 301 489-13 V1.2.1 (2002-8)
EN 60215 ( 1996)
EN 300 135-1 V1.1.2 (2000-8) / EN 300 135-2 V1.1.1 (2000-8)
EN 300 433-1 V1.1.3 (2000-12) / EN 300 433-2 V1.1.2 (2000-12)
EN 301 489-1 V1.7.1 (2007-4) / EN 301 489-13 V1.2.1 (2002-8)
EN 60215 ( 1996)
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CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY
Balaruc, the 2007-10-01
Jean-Gilbert MULLER
General Manager
Jean-Gilbert MULLER
Geschäftsführer
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Deutsch
Balaruc, den 01/10/2007
TABLEAU DES FRÉQUENCES pour EU / E / EC / U (CEPT)
TABLEAU DES FRÉQUENCES pour U (ENG)
TABLA DE FRECUENCIAS para EU / E / EC / U (CEPT)
TABLA DE FRECUENCIAS para U (ENG)
FREQUENCY TABLE for EU / E / EC / U (CEPT)
FREQUENCY TABLE for U (ENG)
CB-KANÄLE UND IHRE FREQUENZEN für EU / E / EC / U (CEPT)
CB-KANÄLE UND IHRE FREQUENZEN für U (ENG)
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
1
26,965 MHz
21
27,215 MHz
1
27,60125
21
27,80125
2
26,975 MHz
22
27,225 MHz
2
27,61125
22
27,81125
3
26,985 MHz
23
27,255 MHz
3
27,62125
23
27,82125
4
27,005 MHz
24
27,235 MHz
4
27,63125
24
27,83125
5
27,015 MHz
25
27,245 MHz
5
27,64125
25
27,84125
6
27,025 MHz
26
27,265 MHz
6
27,65125
26
27,85125
7
27,035 MHz
27
27,275 MHz
7
27,66125
27
27,86125
8
27,055 MHz
28
27,285 MHz
8
27,67125
28
27,87125
9
27,065 MHz
29
27,295 MHz
9
27,68125
29
27,88125
10
27,075 MHz
30
27,305 MHz
10
27,69125
30
27,89125
11
27,085 MHz
31
27,315 MHz
11
27,70125
31
27,90125
12
27,105 MHz
32
27,325 MHz
12
27,71125
32
27,91125
13
27,115 MHz
33
27,335 MHz
13
27,72125
33
27,92125
14
27,125 MHz
34
27,345 MHz
14
27,73125
34
27,93125
15
27,135 MHz
35
27,355 MHz
15
27,74125
35
27,94125
16
27,155 MHz
36
27,365 MHz
16
27,75125
36
27,95125
17
27,165 MHz
37
27,375 MHz
17
27,76125
37
27,96125
18
27,175 MHz
38
27,385 MHz
18
27,77125
38
27,97125
19
27,185 MHz
39
27,395 MHz
19
27,78125
39
27,98125
20
27,205 MHz
40
27,405 MHz
20
27,79125
40
27,99125
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TABLEAU DES FRÉQUENCES pour d
TABLA DE FRECUENCIAS para d
FREQUENCY TABLE for d
CB-KANÄLE UND IHRE FREQUENZEN für d
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
1
26,965
21
27,215
41
26,565
61
26,765
2
26,975
22
27,225
42
26,575
62
26,775
3
26,985
23
27,255
43
26,585
63
26,785
4
27,005
24
27,235
44
26,595
64
26,795
5
27,015
25
27,245
45
26,605
65
26,805
6
27,025
26
27,265
46
26,615
66
26,815
7
27,035
27
27,275
47
26,625
67
26,825
8
27,055
28
27,285
48
26,635
68
26,835
9
27,065
29
27,295
49
26,645
69
26,845
10
27,075
30
27,305
50
26,655
70
26,855
11
27,085
31
27,315
51
26,665
71
26,865
12
27,105
32
27,325
52
26,675
72
26,875
13
27,115
33
27,335
53
26,685
73
26,885
14
27,125
34
27,345
54
26,695
74
26,895
15
27,135
35
27,355
55
26,705
75
26,905
16
27,155
36
27,365
56
26,715
76
26,915
17
27,165
37
27,375
57
26,725
77
26,925
18
27,175
38
27,385
58
26,735
78
26,935
19
27,185
39
27,395
59
26,745
79
26,945
20
27,205
40
27,405
60
26,755
80
26,955
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PRISE MICRO 6 BROCHES
CONEXIÓN DEL MICRO 6 PINS
6-PIN MICROPHONE PLUG
BELEGUNG DER MIKRO-FONBUCHSE (sechspolig)
TABLEAU DES FRÉQUENCES pour PL
TABLA DE FRECUENCIAS para PL
FREQUENCY TABLE for PL
CB-KANÄLE UND IHRE FREQUENZEN für PL
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
N° du canal
Nº Canal
Channel
Kanal
Fréquences
Frecuencia
Frequency
Frequenzens
1
26,960
21
27,210
2
26,970
22
27,220
3
26,980
23
27,250
4
27,000
24
27,230
5
27,010
25
27,240
6
27,020
26
27,260
7
27,030
27
27,270
8
27,050
28
27,280
9
27,060
29
27,290
10
27,070
30
27,300
11
27,080
31
27,310
12
27,100
32
27,320
13
27,110
33
27,330
14
27,120
34
27,340
15
27,130
35
27,350
16
27,150
36
27,360
17
27,160
37
27,370
18
27,170
38
27,380
19
27,180
39
27,390
20
27,200
40
27,400
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Modulation
RX
TX - UP/DOWN
_
Masse
Alimentation
Modulación
RX
TX - UP/DOWN
_
Masa
Alimentación
Modulation
RX
TX - UP/DOWN
_
Ground
Power Supply
Modulation
RX
TX - UP/DOWN
_
Masse
Stromversorgung
NORMES EUROPÉENNES - NORMAS EUROPEAS - EUROPEAN NORMS - EUROPÄISCH NORMEN
Remarque : Dans la configuration U : Pour sélectionner la bande de fréquences ENG, mettre le commutateur de mode (5) sur la position «FM». Pour sélectionner
la bande de fréquences CEPT, mettre le commutateur de mode (5) sur la position «AM» ou «USB» ou «LSB» (voir tableau page 47).
Note: In U configuration: In order to select the frequency band ENG, set the mode switch (5) on «FM» position. In order to select the CEPT frequency band, set
the mode switch (5) on position «AM» or «USB» or «LSB» (see table at page 47).
Observación: En la configuración U: Para seleccionar la banda de frecuencia ENG, ponga el conmutador de modo (5) en la posición «FM». Para seleccionar la
banda de frecuencia CEPT, ponga el conmutador de modo (5) en la posición «AM» o «USB» o «LSB» (véase cuadro página 47).
Anmerkung: In der Konfiguration U: Um das Frequenzband ENG auszuwählen, bringen Sie den Moduswahlschalter (5) in die Stellung «FM». Um das Frequenzband
CEPT auszuwählen, bringen Sie den Moduswahlschalter (5) in die Stellung «AM» oder «USB» oder «LSB» (siehe Tabelle auf Seite 47).
La bande de fréquence et la puissance d’émission de votre appareil doivent correspondre à la configuration autorisée dans le pays où il est utilisé.
La banda de frecuencias y la potencia de emisión de su aparato deben corresponder a la configuración autorizada en el país donde él es utilizado.
The frequency band and the transmission power of your transceiver must correspond with the configuration authorized in the country where it is used.
Das Frequenzband und die Sendungsleistung Ihres Gerätes müssen übereinstimmen mit den Normen zugelassen im Land worin es benutzt ist.
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