Comms – Citizens Band Radio:
Many ham radio operators started out with a cb back in the day, at first you had to be licensed to operate a cb much like you still have to be licensed for ham radio today, as you probably already know long ago the the FCC dropped the license for the cb radio which made it a lot more fun and quite a bit more available for many people. While still a short range HF radio it’s still a viable radio for a Homestead, Preppers and Survivalist alike.
Standard Citizens Band Frequencies:
|CHANNEL||FREQUENCY||CHANNEL||FREQUENCY||1||26.965 MHz||21||27.215 MHz||2||26.975 MHz||22||27.225 MHz||3||26.985 MHz||23||27.255 MHz||4||27.005 MHz||24||27.235 MHz||5||27.015 MHz||25||27.245 MHz||6||27.025 MHz||26||27.265 MHz||7||27.035 MHz||27||27.275 MHz||8||27.055 MHz||28||27.285 MHz||9||27.065 MHz||29||27.295 MHz||10||27.075 MHz||30||27.305 MHz||11||27.085 MHz||31||27.315 MHz||12||27.105 MHz||32||27.325 MHz||13||27.115 MHz||33||27.335 MHz||14||27.125 MHz||34||27.345 MHz||15||27.135 MHz||35||27.355 MHz||16||27.155 MHz||36||27.365 MHz||17||27.165 MHz||37||27.375 MHz||18||27.175 MHz||38||27.385 MHz||19||27.185 MHz||39||27.395 MHz||20||27.205 MHz||40||27.405 MHz|
Since I am a licensed amateur radio operator I won’t list the free band stuff but you can certainly do a search on your favorite search engine and find what you need and you can [ Go Here ] If you can’t be bothered to search for yourself.
A lot of prepper / survivalist frequencies are subject to change over time so try to keep yourself updated for your local area and or group.