Comunications – 10 Meter Band (CB) Frequency Charts

U.S. 27 Mhz Citizen’s Band Channel Frequencies

CH # FREQUENCY
01 26.965 Mhz
02 26.975 Mhz
03 26.985 Mhz*
04 27.005 Mhz
05 27.015 Mhz
06 27.025 Mhz
07 27.035 Mhz*
08 27.055 Mhz
09 27.065 Mhz
10 27.075 Mhz
CH # FREQUENCY
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*
20 27.205 Mhz
CH # FREQUENCY
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
CH # FREQUENCY
31 27.315 Mhz
32 27.325 Mhz
33 27.335 Mhz
34 27.345 Mhz
35 27.355 Mhz
36 27.365 Mhz
37 27.375 Mhz
38 27.385 Mhz
39 27.395 Mhz
40 27.405 Mhz
SPECIAL USE CHANNELS:5 – Trucking in some area of the US9 – Emergency Road Assistance and Traveler Assistance10 – Trucking or Traveler Assistance in some areas of US

11 – Traveler Assistance in some areas of US

14 – Recreational use/ Walkie-talkies

16 – Sideband (No AM radios!)

19 – Trucking and Traveler Information most areas of US

35-40 – Sideband (No AM radios!)

 

NOTES: *= indicates missing channels known as “A channels” occur above this spot. For instance, channel 3 (26.985 Mhz) has an “A channel” above it at 26.995 Mhz called “ch. 3A”. These frequencies are set aside by the FCC for radio control use (toy RC cars, planes, boats, etc), but are popular spots to find Out-Of-Band operators who go there to escape the interference on the regular channels.*= Channels 23-25 are out of sequence because there used to be two RC channels in the frequency slots between channels 22 and 23. These slots were allocated to CB channels 24 and 25 when CB radio switched from 23 channels to the 40 channels that it has now.

 

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