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Budget and Entry Level Transceivers - For discussion of budget or entry level radios such as Baofeng, Wouxun, Puxing and other radio communications designated as commercial but not targeted for Amateur or GMRS. Also included are MURS and ISM 900MHz designed radios.

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Old 07-05-2018, 9:44 AM
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i have this radio.... NOT WORK well ! very bad


1) when finish received in analogue mode a very high sound is ear , terrible !

2) in DMR when start the conversation i ear bad ... problem to decode in the chip vocoder ?

3) in any time some collegue say to me the modulation was BAD, i power-off and on ..and all ok !


not a good radio ! not buy !!! 73
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Old 07-07-2018, 2:55 PM
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i have this radio.... NOT WORK well ! very bad


1) when finish received in analogue mode a very high sound is ear , terrible !

2) in DMR when start the conversation i ear bad ... problem to decode in the chip vocoder ?

3) in any time some collegue say to me the modulation was BAD, i power-off and on ..and all ok !


not a good radio ! not buy !!! 73
Despite the broken English I will try to explain your negativity to you professionally.
EVERYTHING you just described more than likely has nothing to do with the radio unless you've been testing it in a controlled environment.

How far are you from your repeater?
Are you talking to someone locally on that repeater?

As soon as you add the internet into the mix - EVERYTHING can change. And I won't even get started on the people who use Hotspots as their reference for radio performance.
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Old 07-19-2018, 9:47 AM
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Navy sorry but is NOT only my personal impression but ...the problems that i see in this radio

i read for all others ham-radio in some Facebook groups of this radio !



A terrible noisy when in fm analogue the conversation is out .... not good
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Old 07-19-2018, 10:27 AM
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Until you or “they” use a service monitor and appropriate test equipment to quantify exactly how bad the radio is - I don’t care to hear opinions.

Same people would throw a $2 Chinese antenna on a Motorola and complain about poor quality.
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