Squelch shouldn't affect it at all. If you connect and use the INFO
command, does it show a higher number for FCS than RX? That'll tell you
if it's getting a lot of mangled packets.
Also, are you watching the console to see what's received, or just
listening to the digipeated traffic? Could be a configuration problem
with the digipeating.
It *should* have at least the sensitivity of a TAPR TNC2 class TNC.
They're all tested in an actual DR-135T before shipping, but only with a
fairly small set of sample packets.
> Is there any way to make the t2-135 RX more sensitive when
> digipeating? I have the squelch level set at 01, and it does not
> decode most of the stuff coming in. It only decodes high signals.
> Any ideas from anyone? Thanks for the help from all...
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