Question about Radio Communications
Talkabout T5700 both set to channel 1 code 6 (have tried other channels and codes). On the receiving side I can hear the chime from sending unit and I can hear if the sender blows into the microphone but no words are transmitted.
Posted by Anonymous on
You have the modulation problem. If you have hand free you connect it and try to send message, if other unit hear you then it mean your microphone has faulty and replace the microphone, the fault is in mic or other circuit from mic input to modulation device which may be any transistor , capacitor or any resistance faulty. Consult with any Radio Service Shop.
Posted on May 21, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most radios of this series would have Interference Eliminator Codes. The codes eliminate other incoming transmission not with the same code (number). There could be similar radios working on the same channel/frequency, but if they do not have the same code then neither one would hear each other. This does not make a channel "private", rather it limits what one can hear on that channel to another radio with an identical setting of the code. In some Motorola models, pressing the Menu button until the small numbers/code flashes would enable them to be changed. To change, press the + or - keys. Pressing the MON key or setting the code to Zero would enable the radio to receive and sound off all incoming signals with or without the code.
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Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Ok! well i deffinitally know what the problem is. You need to play with the clarifier, i think all the way to the left is a "course and fine tune" knob. This is generally for use when talking on SSB. but may affect AM if its way off.
The clarifier lets you slide on the freq. some radios will go a full channel some will only go a little or above the center of the channel. You need to play with the clarifier, you probably need to turn the course a lot, untill the audio is almost clear on the channel you want to talk on, than use the fine to tune it in so it sounds like they are sitting right next to you.
what you should do is buy a Frequency counter, you got a nice radio, so the freq. counter wouldent hurt. lets say you want to be on channel 19. you would turn the clarifiers untill i read 27.1850 That would put you right on the money
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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