Anyone else being driven insane by multipath issues on Simulcast sections of the PAL P25 system? Specifically the Charleston Co. simulcast. I've got both Uniden and GRE digital scanners, tried yaggi antennas to isolate which tower I'm receiving, attenuators, indoor antennas, no antenna, and probably about 15 other things to minimize the problem, but I'm still getting digitization of otherwise strong clear signals. What drives me completely nuts I had a friend bring a Motorola handheld that's programmed up on the system (legally...he works for an authorized agency) and it picks up the system and provides audio clear as day, no distortion at all, while sitting right next to my garbled scanner. I'm definitely not new to radio communications and scanning, but I have only recently started my journey into P25. I guess this long rambing post is all leading up to this half statement/half question: I'm assuing the PAL Proj25 system uses the CQPSK modulation scheme (at least on the simulcast towers), and my scanner is working on C4FM, which mostly works, but not very well. Is there a scanner on the market, or an upgrade for a scanner that will give it the ability to deal with simulcast P25 trunked systems any better than what I've already got?