CB RADIO FREQUENCIES

American Cb Radio Frequencies

  • 1       26.965 MHz      
    2       26.975 MHz      
    3       26.985 MHz      
    4       27.005 MHz      
    5       27.015 MHz      
    6       27.025 MHz Superbowl of CB Radio
    7       27.035 MHz      
    8       27.055 MHz      
    9       27.065 MHz      
    10      27.075 MHz      
    11      27.085 MHz    
    12      27.105 MHz      
    13      27.115 MHz      
    14      27.125 MHz      
    15      27.135 MHz      
    16      27.155 MHz      
    17      27.165 MHz      
    18      27.175 MHz      
    19      27.185 MHz Truckers Channel
    20      27.205 MHz      
    21      27.215 MHz
    22      27.225 MHz
    23      27.255 MHz
    24      27.235 MHz

    25      27.245 MHz
    26      27.265 MHz
    27      27.275 MHz
    28      27.285 MHz
    29      27.295 MHz
    30      27.305 MHz
    31      27.315 MHz
    32      27.325 MHz
    33      27.335 MHz
    34      27.345 MHz
    35      27.355 MHz
    36      27.365 MHz LSB ONLY
    37      27.375 MHz LSB ONLY
    38      27.385 MHz LSB ONLY
    39      27.395 MHz LSB ONLY
    40      27.405 MHz


    "Bootleg Frequencies"
    27.555 USB International Call Frequency
    26.285 USB International Call Frequency


"Illegal Frequencies"
  • 28.000Mhz+ = Morse Code Ham Radio
  • Note: If you own a Modified Export "Cb Radio" like a Galaxy or simular, "19 HIGH" is 28.085. Truckers change band selector while on channel 19 cb to "high" or "Band D" ? This causes them to talk in the "Ham Bands". Very Bad. What is worse, these truckers are speaking in the "morse code only" area of this "Ham Band". Ham operators are not legally able to use voice to tell the truckers "hey, you are talking in the Amateur Radio CW section of 10 meters".

    Warning: Mobile Ham operators all over the U.S. are observing and reporting truckers talking above 28mhz (28.000+). These Hams will report the truck and it's company to the FCC. They often include video and audio evidence with their complaints. The FCC contacts the trucking company warning them of potential fines. Truckers have been fired. Companies have been fined. It is best to stay within the common 1-40. The irony being, what truckers might think are added privacy channels are actually drawing national attention.

 

 

 

 

 

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