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XTL2500

Rudy3145

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XTL2500, I get interference on one channel only, which is odd. A buzzing that comes, goes away for a few seconds and comes back. When I disconnect the UHF antenna on the roof of vehicle, it instantly goes away. I swapped to a different UHF antenna but that didn’t help. Funny, the interference only occurs over 1 channel, which all are PL guarded. Anyone?
 

K2NEC

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Are you sure it has a PL on receive? Is the mic clip in the hanger when this happens? It's also possible that noise from the car itself is causing interference in the coax line.
 

cmjonesinc

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Got any led lights on the car? Just for kicks try turning off your car radio. I have one that causes interference on one channel when I'm listening via fm and interference on another channel when using an aux cable. Crappy shielding on an aftermarket radio. Little foil tape on the housing solved it for me. Hopefully yours is easy to find. Mine drove me crazy for a while.
 
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