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Bao Feng UV-5/82 vs Uniden BC100XLT

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The BF receiver on almost all other frequencies receives better than my Uniden BC100XLT.

But on the 160's. Namely 167.425 and 168.910, the Uniden with the rubber ducky receives clearly while the BFs (both the UV 5 and 82) do not receive it at all (I cannot hear the repeater output)

The frequency does work simplex from HT to Ht however.

I tried a different antenna on the BF and no luck yet.

Any ideas?



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Oh. I am located in Huntington Beach Ca.


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