Question about Uniden Radio Communications
This radio has a 5 watt transmitter, and works on 40 channels in the UHF (477MHz) band. Called a "CB" but is not marketed for use in the U.S. since "CB" here is 40 channels in the HF (27MHz) band. "FRS" in the U.S. is the "new CB", but offers fewer frequencies and all are lower than 477Mhz. Transmitting with this radio in the U.S. (and probably other places, too) will require a license.
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Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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