Question about Radio Communications
Been advised my transmission volume is very low. need to turn it up
Check to see your radio and the other radios are the same as to narrowband and wideband. A narrowband channel spacing radio will talk more softly to other radios which remain on the older wideband channel spacing. In the USA, all radios (with a few exceptions) were required to change to narrowband by Jan. 2013.
Another problem which commonly occurs comes from something (tape, sticker or debris) covering the mic hole on the transmitting radio. Look at the face of your radio and try to determine where the mic hole is, and then check it for obstructions.
Lastly, you can check the setting of your Mic Gain on radios equipped with this user programmable feature. Generally this setting offers the numbers 1, 2, or 3. Experiment to see which setting is best for your voice type.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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