PMR446 frequencies

There is a total of eight PMR466 channels or PMR466 frequencies that can be used. These are spaced 12.5kHz apart from each other. As the name of the system suggests, the PMR446 frequencies are in the UHF portion of the radio spectrum and located around 446 MHz. The PMR446 frequencies have been harmonised (but not necessarily authorised) for use across Europe. The channel centre frequencies are as follows:

PMR466 Channel Frequency (MHz)
1 446.00625
2 446.01875
3 446.03125
4 446.04375
5 446.05625
6 446.06875
7 446.08125
8 446.09375

LPD433 frequencies

LPD433 (low power device 433 MHz) is a UHF band in which licence free communication devices are allowed to operate. The frequencies correspond with the ITU region 1 ISM band of 433.050 MHz to 434.790 MHz, and operation is mainly limited to CEPT countries. The frequencies used are within the 70-centimeter band, which is traditionally reserved for higher power amateur radio operations in most nations worldwide.

LPD hand-held radios are authorized for license-free voice communications use in most of Europe using analog frequency modulation (FM) as part of short range device regulations,[1] with 25 kHz channel spacing, for a total of 69 channels. In some countries, LPD devices may only be used with the integral and non-removable antenna with a maximum legal power output of 10 mW.

Channel Frequency (MHz) Channel Frequency (MHz) Channel Frequency (MHz)
1 433.075 24 433.650 47 434.225
2 433.100 25 433.675 48 434.250
3 433.125 26 433.700 49 434.275
4 433.150 27 433.725 50 434.300
5 433.175 28 433.750 51 434.325
6 433.200 29 433.775 52 434.350
7 433.225 30 433.800 53 434.375
8 433.250 31 433.825 54 434.400
9 433.275 32 433.850 55 434.425
10 433.300 33 433.875 56 434.450
11 433.325 34 433.900 57 434.475
12 433.350 35 433.925 58 434.500
13 433.375 36 433.950 59 434.525
14 433.400 37 433.975 60 434.550
15 433.425 38 434.000 61 434.575
16 433.450 39 434.025 62 434.600
17 433.475 40 434.050 63 434.625
18 433.500 41 434.075 64 434.650
19 433.525 42 434.100 65 434.675
20 433.550 43 434.125 66 434.700
21 433.575 44 434.150 67 434.725
22 433.600 45 434.175 68 434.750
23 433.625 46 434.200 69 434.775

CB frequencies

Citizens Band radio (also known as CB radio) is, in many countries, 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 FRS, GMRS, MURS, and Amateur Radio Service ("ham" radio) systems. In many countries, CB operation does not require a license, and (unlike amateur radio) it may be used for business or personal communications.

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

1

26.965

21

27.215

2

26.975

22

27.225

3

26.985

23

27.255

4

27.005

24

27.235

5

27.015

25

27.245

6

27.025

26

27.265

7

27.035

27

27.275

8

27.055

28

27.285

9

27.065

29

27.295

10

27.075

30

27.305

11

27.085

31

27.315

12

27.105

32

27.325

13

27.115

33

27.335

14

27.125

34

27.345

15

27.135

35

27.355

16

27.155

36

27.365

17

27.165

37

27.375

18

27.175

38

27.385

19

27.185

39

27.395

20

27.205

40

27.405

QRZ callsign lookup:

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