Question about Motorola CP200 Two Way Radio
Posted by Anonymous on
First, check your programming to see you are operating at full power (4W UHF or 5W VHF). Secondly, use the standard 6" antenna which came with the radio. (Stubby antennas will reduce range). Third, educate users to hold the radio with the antenna perpendicular to the ground. Tilting the radio to the side will reduce range. Fourth, have your radio, if older, retuned and aligned to bring it back to factory spec. Lastly, if range is still a problem, you might check to see if there is a system or repeater you can utilize in your area to extend the range of your radios.
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