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|Intek M150 TX Problem|
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|Magpie||22 Jan 2014 - 09:42 Post #1|
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NOBODY PANIC! Nothing serious
I'm wondering if anyone knows any info on Intek radio's.
I think my M150 has always had this problem but I've not noticed it untill my mum has been talking to me more on the radio recentley from her car to my homebase.
See it doesn't have an instant transmit on it. There is about a 1sec delay between pressing the mic and the radio transmiting. Its okay when you remember, and wait a second or 2 before talking again. But its more of a problem when your in a convoy giving quick overs, so much so it blacks out half a sentence.
I put a test meter in line, which backed up the problem, it doesn't reciece power instantley.
So does anyone have any idea if there. Are any tuning pots to turn or resistors to remove to fix the problem?
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