Question about Motorola CDM1250 Two Way Radio
My radio doesn't seem like it's talking as far as it should
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Advertising for various radios differs, and can offer some incredible ranges. The following is a good rule of thumb in the real world:
Handheld radios generally will talk "radio-to-radio", "line-of-sight" up to 2 miles. Once you start putting obstacles in between the radios you will shorten your range.
Mobile radios, such as those mounted in vehicles, will generally talk "radio-to-radio" 8-10 miles depending upon the obstacles and the terrain.
Repeater Towers and/or Trunking: If your radio is programmed to match a local repeater or trunking system, your range will be determined by the footprint of that particular system. See your local dealer for details.
Consider your radio can talk as far as it can "see". If you are on a mountain top, your radio will talk far into the valley, and seem to have incredible range. So conversely, if you in a city with many obstacles, you may have a very short range.
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