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Google search for CB radio frequencies they go from 26.965 to 27.405

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I would like to know if there is away I can print out the frequencies & channels for Monterey, Calif Thank You


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    My connex 3300 will not lock on correct frequency it either goes to 25 mhz or 28 mhz


    Turn the BAND knob (under the RF power selector switch) in conjunction with the High Low selector switch to choose band A, B, C and in the other position D, E, F. A listing of frequencies that can be tuned in this manner can be found by clicking the link below:

    http://hotspotcb.com/charts/freqchar33.html

    A few words of caution.. the FCC takes a very dim view of unauthorized use of frequencies. The only range of frequencies that you can legally use without an FCC issued license (in the U.S. anyway) are those in Range D. If caught transmitting on any of the other frequencies without the proper license(s) fines and imprisonment may result. No one ever expects to get caught - but plenty do. If you'd like to gain the use the 28Mhz and up frequencies, check out:

    http://www.arrl.org/licensing-education-training


    Amateur radio is not shackled by channels, power limits less than 1500 watts nor limited to AM and SSB modes. Check it out! Good luck!

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    Here's a list: Frequency Chart

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    You can face fines, imprisonment or both if caught transmitting without the proper license.

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    These are assigned by the FCC. Google search "ntsc channel frequencies" and you will find what you are looking for. The first site I found listed (matrixtest) listed the channel and frequency. For Example, I found on their chart that CH 11 operates at 199.25 MHz or 199250000 Hz. I hope this was helpful, best wishes.

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    Hi Tucaraca.

    With the radio OFF, switch to CHANNEL 1, press the SQUELCH and the PTT at the same time. Turn ON the power switch while keeping the PTT and SQUELCH until the LED indicator turns RED.

    Release the buttons and then press the PTT to CHANGE the FREQUENCY.

    Press the PTT once each time until you get to the right frequency you desire. The 8 standard frequencies are as follows: 464.500, 464.5500, 467.7625, 467.8125, 467.8500, 467.8750,467.9000 and 467.9250 MHz. Once you get to the frequency you use, wait a few seconds and listen for the confirmation tone. Each frequency has a different confirmation tone so take note in case you need to program a second radio.

    After you hear the confirmation tone, press the SQUELCH to confirm, and then press the SQUELCH again to lock the new frequency. Wait until the LED turns off, then switch off your radio.

    Same procedure for CHANNEL 2.

    WARNING: You must be legally licensed to use any frequency on any PLMRS such as the TK-3100 series. You must also apply for FREQUENCY COORDINATION and submit FCC form 601. FCC can impose steep fines and imprisonment if they catch anyone using an unlicensed radio on a controlled frequency. Visit FCC.GOV for more information.

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