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My send is fuzzy and hard to understand. I recieve just fine

I seem to recive well, with an adequate range, but when i talk, the transmission is fuzzy and garbled

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Re: My send is fuzzy and hard to understand. I recieve...

Perhaps you need to check your SWR? See the following link:

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