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Line of sight. If you can "see" the other radio, they will talk to each other, most of the time. Yes, radio signals can penetrate buildings and a few floors. More power equals more range. Best to ask about a specific radio model. There are NO GMRS radios that actually talk 38 miles without the help of a relay tower. That's a lab test and total bunk. One 2 watt radio may not talk as far as another 2 watt radio because the more expensive ones tend to have superior receivers to pull in a weaker signal. YMMV

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