I was shooting on a beach with gail force wind... The actress was literally acting at a 45º angle to prevent from flying away! Thanks to the Rycote lavalier windjammers, the wind didn't destroy everything.
That said, I feel like the wind added a lot of interference. Spurts of interference to be more precise. I really had to be as close as possible to the transmitter to minimize this. I obviously changed channels to check that that wasn't the issue.
Is this a common problem? Or is it merely a coincidence?
I have the Sennheiser G3.