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UV 82 cutting out

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DY2_TTY

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Hi all, sorry i don't know the proper term, but I have 2 UV-82 that have the same problem. When I press the ptt, I can hear on the other unit that the signal momentarily cuts out, just like when you accidentally release the ptt and press it again... is this normal for these units?

In the clip below, I pressed ptt three consecutive times, and with each, you can hear what I am talking about.

https://youtu.be/Hu66pClH_3k
 

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Thread moved from the Amateur Radio Equipment forum. That sure doesn't look like an amateur radio frequency.
 

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Try moving them about 100 yards apart and then trying. If they are too close the transmitting one will desense the one receiving.


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