Question about Cobra 19 DX III 40-Channels Base CB Radio
Posted by Anonymous on
Thailand actually has three "CB" bands, the first is the same as the U.S. / CEPT (EU "European Community) band 26.965 - 27.405 MHz, the second is a 78MHz VHF mid CB band (I think its either 40 or 80 channels with FM mode) and then the 245.0000 - 245.9875 MHz VHF 80 channel band - apparently the law also stipulates that the 78MHz CBs must be yellow colored and the 245MHz CBs must be red colored.
But yeah, 245MHz Thailand VHF CBs are very illegal in the United States.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
No, in the United States, the CB radio frequencies are from 26.965 to 27.405 MHz. Using a radio designed for Thailand CB is prohibited by federal law in the United States as these frequencies are alloted for other uses and interference would disrupt this. American CB frequencies may be illegal in Thailand.
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