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President HR-2600

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Type:Citizen band / "Freeband" / Export transceiver
Frequency range: 26.000-27.700 MHz (28.000-29.700 MHz)
Originally marketed as a 10 m ham transceiver, but even though the
stock CPU in this model won't lend itself to a simple wire modification
for CB use, other methods are available.
Channels/tuning steps:100 Hz, 1 / 10 KHz
Mode:AM / FM / SSB / CW
Frequency control:PLL
Frequency stability:300 Hz @ 25C (77F), after 5 minutes warmup
Power supply:13.8 VDC (2-pin connector)
Current drain/power consumption:RX: 0.5-1 A
TX: Max 5 A
Antenna impedance/connector:50 ohm / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D):185*60*263 mm (7.28*2.36*10.35")
Weight:2 Kg (4.41 lb)
Other features:CTCSS/PL. SWR-meter. NB. RIT. Dimmer. Scanning. 100 KHz repeater shift.

Receiver system: Single conversion superheterodyne (AM/SSB/CW)
IF: 10.695 MHz
Double conversion superheterodyne (FM)
1st IF: 10.695 MHz
2nd IF: 455 KHz
Sensitivity: AM: 0.5 uV (10 dB S/N)
FM: 0.5 uV (20 dB SINAD)
SSB/CW: 0.25 uV (10 dB S/N)
Selectivity:10 KHz (-70 dB)
Image rejection:65 dB
AF output power/speaker:2.5 W at 10% distortion / 8 ohm
External speaker connector:9-pin Molex accessory jack, 8 ohm

RF output power: AM/FM: 10 W
SSB: 25 W (PEP)
CW: 25 W
Modulation system:
FM deviation:? KHz
Spurious emissions:Less than -50 dB
Microphone impedance/connector:500 ohm / 5-pin (Metal locking ring connector)
Microphone input level: AM: 1 mV (For 50% AM modulation)
FM: 1.5 mV (For 1 KHz deviation)
SSB: 1 mV (For 10 W PEP output)

Manufactured:Philippines, 19xx-19xx (Discontinued)
Main PCB:PB-117 by Uniden
Sub PCBs:
Additional info:
Related documents:User manual (6.6 MB)
Sams Photofact #:None
Modifications and fixes: Frequency range modification (81 KB)

There was also the "Chipswitch", which added many enhanced features such as: Even further
extended frequency range, 30 memory channels, repeater offset, split operation and more. This
modification consisted of a CPU replacement. In 2008, the chip was available for around $50.
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