General Mobile Radio Service

About The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) is a licensed radio service that uses channels around 462 MHz and 467 MHz. The most common use of GMRS channels is for…

F.R.S Licensing

Licensing: FRS is licensed by rule. This means an individual license is not required to operate an FRS radio provided you comply with the rules. You may operate an FRS…

Multi-Use Radio Service

About The Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) uses channels in the 151 – 154 MHz spectrum range. The most common use of MURS channels is for short-distance, two-way communications using small,…

Family Radio Service

About The Family Radio Service (FRS) is a private, two-way, short-distance voice and data communications service for facilitating family and group activities. The most common use for FRS channels is…

M.U.R.S Operations

Operating a Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) Device: You may operate a MURS transmitter at any location the FCC regulates radio communications, subject to certain restrictions. A MURS transmitter must be…

M.U.R.S Licensing

Licensing: MURS is licensed by rule. This means an individual license is not required for an entity to operate a MURS transmitter if it is not a representative of a…