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M5300 and P5300 Intermod Performance

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KI7WB

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Does anyone have any experience with the intermodulation rejection performance of the M5300 or P5300 Opensky radios? I am using both of these models in the 936-939 MHz range and would like to quantify their ability to reject internally generated intermodulation products from nearby adjacent channels +/- about 75kHz from center frequency.

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No issues with the M5300 yet..... I have had an issue from some computer speakers with a P5300.
But by and large both radios have really been solid performers with no major intermod issues to speak of.
Now software is another story all together.
 
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