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Old 02-10-2018, 3:25 PM
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Default Kenwood TK-5310 late unmute

Just a curiosity for the community here, I have a kenwood TK-5310 and a Kenwood TK-3180 both side by side for work (one personal radio and one work radio.) When dispatch keys up or an ambulance in the field keys up, the 3180 squelch opens up quickly and the 5310 seems to lag, maybe by 3-5ms or so before the squelch opens on it, leading to an occasional first syllable being cut off. Anyone else ever noticed this or have any ideas as to setting in the software that may affect this?
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My gut instinct is the DSP in the 5310 is the cause. 3180 has no idea what DSP is and PL/DPL decode and audio comes right off the discriminator. I personally have not done those two radio side-by-side but I have had a Motorola straight analog radio and a digital capable radio running in analog side by side and I have noticed the same thing.
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Yeah, that's kind of what I'm leaning on as well. I dropped the Mute Hold Time amount to half the default, I'll see if that helps at all.
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