Question about Uniden GMR1588-2CK (2 Pack) (7 Channels) 2-Way Radio
I am trying to communicate with someone who is only 3 miles away but neither of us are receiving any calls. We are both on the same channel, same privacy code, and we are not on scramble. What could be the problem?
A lot of things affect the usable range. The way most manufactures test their products is the best possible conditions. That would be completely clear “line of sight” nothing in between the radios and fresh batteries.
According to the manual best bet would be on channels 15 through 22 and with power boost button you COULD get up to 15 miles, but I would think you should be able to get 3 miles on all channels (assuming that you are not inside buildings).
I would try it without using security codes at all.
Do the radios communicate at closer range?
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
First,we call this transciever as SRRS (Short Range Radio Service), it can communicate within 500 meters open range or no obstruction,now if the unit can't communicate each other within the range ,i would suggest to sent it to uniden service center......
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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