FRS Radios & Accessories

For the Family Radio Service we recommend the 22 channel Midland and Motorola line of radios, to see why visit our reviews section on FRS Radios. Here is our list…

Midland – X-TALKER T51VP3 Review

Midland – X-TALKER T5 Two-Way Radio The Midland X-Talker T51 for an FRS Portable Solution for everyday use or for Emergency Communications within a Neighborhood EmCom Radio Network. We recommend…

DDS-VFO kits

Make your radio new again! DDS-VFO kits are out of this world and the best way to upgrade or expand your old radio so it has a new life and…

Midland – MXT400 MicroMobile Review

Similar to the other MicroMobile’s by Midland, the “MTX400“, is highly compact for the amount of power it produces, measuring in at 1.6″H x 5.5″L x 7.3″W. This unit also…

Midland – MXT115 MicroMobile Review

Similar to the Midland MTX105, the MTX115 MicroMobile Two-Way Radio is compact measuring in at 1.4″H x 4.7″L x 4.3″W allowing it to mount easily in most modern Cars, SUV’s,…

Midland – MXT105 MicroMobile Review

The Midland MTX105 MicroMobile Two-Way Radio is compact measuring in at 0.85″H x 4″W x 3.25″L allowing it to mount easily in most modern Cars, SUV’s, and Crossovers. The radio…

GMRS Radios & Accessories

For the absolute beginner to Radio Communications, those not familiar with how to program a two-way radio and are interested in getting a start with GMRS, or someone who is…

A.R.S Licensing

License Grants & Exams: Operation of an amateur station requires an amateur operator license grant from the FCC. Before receiving a license grant, you must pass an examination administered by…

Amateur Radio Service

About The amateur and amateur-satellite services are for qualified persons of any age who are interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest. These services…

C.B.R.S Operations

Operating a Citizens Band (CB) Device: You may operate a CB transmitter at any location where the FCC regulates radio communications, subject to certain restrictions. A CB transmitter must be…