|Get more information about FRS from the FCC at this Link.|
|The Personal Radio Steering Group of Ann Arbor, MI has made a lot of helpful|
information about GMRS available on the internet, at GMRS Description.
Other information from the group, possibly more up-to-date, can be found at their Rules Home Page.
|Get more information about GMRS from the FCC
at this Link.|
Please note that a government-issued operators license is required.
|10||27.075||20||27.205||30||27.305||40||27.405||Channel 9 (27.065 MHz) may be used only for emergency communications or for traveler assistance.||You must, at all times and on all channels, give priority to emergency communication messages concerning the immediate safety of life or the immediate protection of property.||You may use any channel for emergency communications or for traveler assistance.|
|Get more information about CB from the FCC at this Link.|
The information in these charts are taken from U. S. Government, and other,|
sources and are presented for informational purposes only.
|The FCC rules and regulations are codified in Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).|
Those covering Personal Radio Communications are found in Part 95, found at this Link.
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