Citizens Band

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Citizens Band Radio - History - Malaysia
... In Malaysia, Citizens' Band radios became legal when the Notification of Issuance Of Class Assignments by Communication and Multimedia Malaysia was published on 1 April 2000 ... The frequency band is HF, 26.9650 MHz to 27.4050 MHz (40 channels), power output is 4 watts for AM and FM and 12 watts PEP for SSB ... On UHF 477 MHz, Citizens' Band PRS radio devices are allowed 5 watts power output on FM on 39 assigned channels spaced at 12.5-kHz intervals between 477.0125 MHz and 477.4875 MHz ...
UHF CB - New Zealand
... New Zealand's Personal Radio Service (PRS) and 26 MHz Citizens Band radio are very similar to Australia's UHF Citizens Band and 27 MHz Citizens Band services ... short-range wireless communications outside the 26 MHz CB band ... The UHF (but not VHF) band was selected due to its ability to withstand atmospheric and groundwave interference unlike the existing 26 MHz allocation ...
Citizens Band Radio In India
... Citizens' Band radio (also known as CB radio) is a system of short-distance radio communications between individuals on a selection of 40 channels within the 27-MHz (11 m) band ... Citizens' Band is distinct from the Family Radio Service, GMRS, Multi-Use Radio Service and amateur radio (Ham) ... Like many other two-way radio services, any Citizens' Band channel is shared by many users ...

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