WFM is broadcast band, between 88 and 108 MHz, w = wide and it even decodes the stereo and the RDS. You need just NFM. You can still adjust the received bandwidth so the the squelch works and you should get much better audio too. Don't get confused between WFM, FM and NFM meaning the channel separation, it's the modulation frequency bandwidth. Broadcast WFM is at least 75kHz wide, most FM and NFM are 5kHz wide
Cheers - Martin ZL2MC - Palmerston North
Last edited by majoco; 10-22-2013 at 4:40 AM..