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something like "LBI page info", "new LBI file donation", "replacement LBI file donation" or something like that.DO NOT just blindly send the LBI files - please drop a note first. If you are looking for an Ericsson-numbered document then this writeup may help.This is one of the very few pages on this web site where individual donors are Everything listed on the wish-list page is something that someone has asked for, or we have noticed is missing from the LBI master list. I will put you in touch with a volunteer with a top quality scanner (look at any page noted as "Full Page" for the quality of work that he does) who will scan your LBI and return it, and the resulting PDF file will be added to this page.And if you would like us to have us add something to the wish list page just drop a note to Bob WA1MIK with a subject line referencing the "LBI Wish List".Just call around and ask if they can print PDFs from a USB flash drive to a roll feed printer. Once they have the file you can tell them to print specific page numbers."Kinko's" is one well known copy shop chain that has roll feed printers at about 1/3 of their stores (i.e. They started on the west coast and are now nation wide.In contrast, folks that have a standard narrow single page scanner have to scan the wide pages in multiple scans that you will have to individully print and tape together (or use "stitching" software to merge the individual scans into one wide scan).

This web page, by itself, if printed, would be over 100 pages - and it's just the index. The term comes from the phrase "Lynchburg Book (of) Instructions." Lynchburg, Virginia has been the home of GE's land mobile radio division since 1958.The original prefix (up to about 1947) was GEI, for General Electric Instructions.This collection was assembled by merging the personal collections of a number of fine folks plus individual donations from others, none of whom cared about public recognition.Despite that, here's a public "Thank You" - you know who you are.

This web page, by itself, if printed, would be over 100 pages - and it's just the index. The term comes from the phrase "Lynchburg Book (of) Instructions." Lynchburg, Virginia has been the home of GE's land mobile radio division since 1958.The original prefix (up to about 1947) was GEI, for General Electric Instructions.This collection was assembled by merging the personal collections of a number of fine folks plus individual donations from others, none of whom cared about public recognition.Despite that, here's a public "Thank You" - you know who you are.That cover page LBI will list a half-dozen (or more) additional different LBIs, depending on functionality and features - which is why many "manuals" took the form of three-ring binders - complete with a configuration page in the front (listing the positions of the various option jumpers) and a maintenance log in the back.