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Once you have learned how many clicks of rotation it takes to change the 51 frequency one megahertz, turn the frequency selector knob the number of clicks you estimate will get you to the one you want, while keeping your eyes outside of the cockpit. Then, take a quick glance at the radio panel to see how close you have come to the desired frequency. With practice, you will be able to change frequencies with hardly any need to look at the panel. Don’t transmit until you have verified that you have selected the correct frequency.
Once you have set the volume and squelch to a comfortable level you can leave those knobs alone and deal only with the switch panel. Instructors differ on how to use the audio switch panel with the communications radios. 5 MHz, or other frequency you choose. This works quite well with radios that have a flip-flop capability because when you switch from one controller to another, the old frequency remains on display so that you can switch back if you are unable to contact the new controller. The other school of thought advocates switching between the #1 and #2 radios every time you are handed off to another controller.
For radar flight following (Chapter 5), the nearest Air Route Traffic. Control Center frequency is on another page of the electronic display. Figure 2-3. The GNS 430 is a GPS/VHF nav-comm unit. 30 Squelch The squelch control permits you to fly along in blessed silence without having the continuous roar of static in your ears. ” Many newer radios have an automatic squelch which is set by your radio shop. Older radios will have a squelch knob, and this is how you use it: Turn the squelch knob until static assaults your eardrums, set the volume to a comfortable level, then turn the squelch knob until the static is silenced—the correct setting is right on the edge of squelch break.