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  • 2 months later...

hi GR002,

Squelch setting depends on the level of interference you experience; it is just a variable filter to stop interference.  It should be as low as possible (to prevent you not hearing transmissions you want to hear) but sufficiently high to stop break through interference annoying you.  

Try turning it down as low as you can until you get some 'mush' on the radio, then just turn it back up a tadge.  Then try it whilst you are in your paramotor with the engine running - chances are your motor will generate interference and you will need to increase the setting a little to get rid of the mush.  

The higher the gap between 'cutting off the mush' and your final setting, the greater chance that you will not hear weak or distant stations.

Hope this helps


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