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Grundig Satellit 750 Channels Listed

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KC7GEV

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I find it handy to have a list of the channels for this radio. It tells you when you start a channel but not where it is going to end. I made up this listing:
Grundig
Satellit 750
Channel Guide
2245 – 3150
3150 – 3850
3850 – 4700
4700 – 5700
5700 – 7080
7080 – 9200
9200 – 11450
11450 – 13500
13500 – 15000
15000 – 17450
17450 – 18850
18850 – 21430
21430 – 25600
25600 - 30000
Hope this helps.
 

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doesn't it explain itself though?

I find it handy to have a list of the channels for this radio. It tells you when you start a channel but not where it is going to end. I made up this listing:
Grundig
Satellit 750
Channel Guide
2245 – 3150
3150 – 3850
3850 – 4700
4700 – 5700
5700 – 7080
7080 – 9200
9200 – 11450
11450 – 13500
13500 – 15000
15000 – 17450
17450 – 18850
18850 – 21430
21430 – 25600
25600 - 30000
Hope this helps.
OK, I am confused. If the list is "missing" where the frequency band segments "end"- would not just the list of the beginnings of the frequency band segments in the list show that same information??

For instance (old list)

2245
3150
3850 See?? next frequency up(4700) is the next one down, the "end" in other words. Nothing is "missing"
4700
5700 and on and on

Am I missing something here?? I think your helpful list was rather redundant, in other words. Grundig did not fail to supply anything- you just wrote it out twice.
 

KC7GEV

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There is no listings anywhere that I can find indicating the start and finish of each band. This makes it easier to jump to the band you want,then dial the frequency you want .Am I missing something?
 

KC7GEV

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MORE: Punching the "SW" button jumps from one band to the beginning of each band . Gets you to your frequency faster if you know the bands.
 
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