Product Description New expanded edition!It’s happened to everyone who’s been in ham radio for a while: you’re at an event, class or exercise and a handheld radio’s not programmed right.Maybe you’re having trouble with your HT, or more likely a new ham has come up to you and said, “I can’t figure out what’s wrong.” This guide’s plain language and clear pictures show you how to set up a radio using the radio keypad alone—without programming cables or additional software.For over 85 radios (30% more than the first edition), you’ll get instructions to:Set frequencySet repeater offset and directionSet squelch tonesSet power levelsWrite to a memorySelect a memoryLock and unlock the radioAdjust volume and squelchReset the radio to defaultsResolve common problemsIf you deal with different kinds of handheld ham radios, you need this book! Review "... an excellent addition to the go-kit of any operator, ARES Emergency Coordinator, RACES Radio Officer, CERT leader, COML, COMT or any other radio amateur in a field leadership position." - Rick Palm K1CE, ARES Letter About the Author Andrew Cornwall, KF7CCC, VE1CCC, is active in the emergency communications community in Arizona. He has managed and taken part in large scale communications exercises and public service events. He is an ARES Emergency Coordinator, a net manager for the Arizona Emergency Net - Maricopa, and an Incident Communication Center Manager (INCM) and Auxiliary Communications (AUXCOMM) resource. He is a trainer and volunteer examiner.