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Kenwood 2 way radio


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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What is the talk range of a Motorola P14spa03p2aa walkie talkie?


Line-of-sight you can talk as far as the radio can 'see'. In the real world, with obstacles and curvature of the Earth, this will vary according to your location. General rule of thumb, outdoors with few obstacles, you can talk line-of-sight up to 2 miles. Talking in and out of a building might reduce your range to 1/4-1/2 mile. There will be circumstances when you could achieve great range such as talking from a mountaintop into a valley, you could potentially talk 25 miles.

Height and placement of the antenna determines range. Holding the antenna perpendicular to the ground will give you the most range. Tilting the radio can reduce your range by as much as 2/3s.

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Cannot talk 2 my daughter about 5 miles away in worked earlier in day when we were close. have motorola 350 waterproof model we are both on same frequency big 2 little 5 do u have any answers


Sorry to say, to talk 5 miles conditions would need to be ideal. A handheld two-way radio talking radio-to-radio can talk as far as it can see line-of-sight. If you were on a mountain top you might be able to talk many miles into a valley below. However, in real world conditions you would have many obstacles: hills, building, trees, and even the body of the person wearing the radio. Realistically you could talk up to 2 miles line-of-sight, or 1/4 to 1/2 mile if you are talking in and out of a building.

For best range, you can achieve maximum range by holding the radio upright with the antenna perpendicular to the ground, face the direction you are talking and have fully charged or new batteries installed.

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I want to know talk range of Talkabout T5720


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.

Advertising literature will sometimes give numbers such as "5 mile range". While this is possible in ideal conditions, it is not common in real-world situations. HEIGHT and PLACEMENT of the antenna determines the range of the radio. Example: Talking from a mountaintop you could talk far into a valley below, much further than the expected 2 miles. However, if you were to be in an congested city, you may only be able to talk a single city block due to obstacles.

To get the best range, use a well charged battery pack, wear your radio high on your body, and always hold the antenna perpendicular to the ground when using the radio.

Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T56XX_57XX_User_Manual_E.pdf

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Hi, i bought a Motorola CP200 radio and realised that it didnt work with my Motorola Talk-abouts! now i know that there is a programming that i need to operate with!!! so my question is....how can i know...


Take it too radio-shack and ask the salesman to try out a frequency meter to get the freq. you can get programming help by contacting motorola direct...1-800-638-5119

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Tranmitting distance


Generally speaking a 2-way radio will talk as far as it can see. Height and placement of antenna determines range. So if you were talking from a Mountain to a valley you could talk a great distance. However, in the real world there are obstacles, such as trees, houses, varied terrain. You generally would expect a radio to talk line-of-sight up to two miles. Or 1/4 to 1/2 mile if talking from inside a building to outside. The quote of 5 miles in literature is referencing ideal conditions. (Much like when the new car you are looking at quotes the MPG.)

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