Question about Chatterbox GMRS-X1 (15 Channels) 2-Way Radio
Well from my research, this unit outputs about 2 Watts. Now that's NOT a lot of transmission power, really. However I would still expect it to go more than 1/2 mile. The most important thing with any 2 way radio, is the Antenna. it needs to be mounted clear of anything at BOTH ends. Having ensured that the Power Must be 100% a bad battery will equal low output and poor sensitivity. Now if that's all OK, then the only other thing it can be is interference this can cause a lose of signal, as signals heterodyne with each other. As well check ALL wirings and connections for good contacts.Also if possible, test another unit out and see just what range you should expect?
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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