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UHF CB radios operate on the following standard 40 channels:

 

Citizens Band (CB) Radio 477 Mhz UHF

1

476.425

11

476.675

21

476.925

31

477.175

2

476.450 

12

476.700

22

476.950

32

477.200

3

476.475

13

476.725

23

476.975

33

477.225

4

476.500

14

476.750

24

477.000

34

477.250

5

476.525 

15

476.775

25

477.025

35

477.275

6

476.550

16

476.800

26

477.050

36

477.300

7

476.575

17

476.825

27

477.075

37

477.325

8

476.600

18

476.850

28

477.100

38

477.350

9

476.625

19

476.875

29

477.125

39

 477.375

10

476.650

20

476.900

30

477.150

40

477.400

       

Note:  Some channels are for special uses.

Channel 5

Emergency Channel

Channel 11

Call Channel

Channel 40

Road Channel 

Repeaters transmit between channels 1-8 and receive between channels 31 and 38.  Avoid these channels for non-repeater (simplex) communications.   Repeaters operating on Channel 5/35 may be used for emergency communication only.  If you have 'line of sight' communication, you should move from the repeater to a simplex channel to leave the repeater channel free for others who cannot communicate direct. 

Channels 22 and 23 are used for telemetry and remote control purposed. Voice communications on these channels is not allowed.

Channel 11 is the call channel, most people use repeaters for this purpose instead.  Many truck drivers use Channel 40. 

These channels are recommended for general simplex communication:  9, 10, 12-21, 23-30, 39.

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