C.B.R.S Licensing

Licensing: Anyone, regardless of age, can operate a CB station – except a foreign government, a representative of a foreign government, a federal government agency or someone who has received…

C.B.R.S DATA

CBRS Data: Channels: There are 40 CB channels. Each CB channel is 10 kHz. The channel number and its frequency are: *Channel 9 is reserved for emergency communications or for…

Citizens Band Radio Service

About The Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS) is a private, two-way, short-distance voice communications service for personal or business activities of the general public. It also may be used for…

F.R.S Operations

Operating a Family Radio Service (FRS) Unit: You can operate a FRS transmitter at any place where the FCC regulates radio communications, subject to certain limitations. A FRS transmitter may…

F.R.S Data

FRS Data: Channels: There are 22 FRS channels.  Each channel has a bandwidth of 12.5 kHz, but the power of each channel may vary as indicated below.  All channels are…

M.U.R.S Data

MURS Data: Channels: There are five MURS channels and the channels are either 11.25 kHz or 20.00 kHz each. The channel frequencies and (bandwidth) are: 151.820 MHz (11.25 kHz) 151.880…

G.M.R.S. Operations

Operating a General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) Station: A GMRS licensee may use a combination of portable, mobile, fixed and repeater stations consistent with the operational and technical rules in…

G.M.R.S. DATA

GMRS Data: Channels: There are 30 GMRS channels with a bandwidth of 25 kHz (20 KHz authorized bandwidth) or 12.5 kHz as outlined below:     Channel Authorized Bandwidth 462.5500…

G.M.R.S Licensing

Licensing: An FCC license is required to operate GMRS system. Licenses are issued for a ten-year term and can be renewed between 90 days prior to the expiration date and…

New Mode for CB Radio

FCC Finalizes Part 95 Rule Changes The new changes allows frequency modulation (FM) to be used as an optional modulation mode on the citizens band radio service; also will allow…