I have a cheap baofeng uv-5r, and I sometimes hear an intermittent transmission which pulses past the squelch threshold with periods of dead space between, roughly 0.75 seconds or less.
My job uses a repeater and radioreference.com lists the used frequency as 151.18 MHz.
I have trouble hearing them on the baofeng, but not my alinco dj500t, a question I'm sure for a separate post as to why.
Anyways I hear this pulse on both the work frequency and MURS channel 1 (151.88 MHz). Can anyone shed light on this?
In summation of the question, is it possible someone transmitting on a nearby frequency is being picked up?
To add to the final question, it seems to me that listening on 151.00 MHz could potentially monitor the whole 151.**** MHz area, based on the way my alinco functions, of this I'm very unsure, and don't want to seem unintelligent, but I am very new, is that possible?