68 MHz VHF CB

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License free - often used as an alternative to the 31 MHz band license free band, 26/27 MHz CB band, 155 MHz Hunting Radio Service or the UHF PMR446 service. Very similar in function to the [RHA68]] VHF mid-band license free land mobile service and the [[78 MHz VHF CB]] service in Thailand.   
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Nordic country VHF mid band (66-88 MHz) license free "CB" radio services...not to be confused with the actual 27 MHz [[CB]] radio service.   
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See [[RHA68]] - Finland only...and [[69 MHz VHF CB]] - Sweden only.
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The free frequency range in Sweden of 69 MHz (new from 2016) is divided into 8 license-free channels with transmitter power max. 25 W ERP (ERP = power including antenna gain / antenna gain). In addition, there are ten channels with a maximum of five w power. 69 MHz is planned for "land mobile traffic" and can be compared to a license-free variant of haulage radio (trucks, delivery trucks, taxis), which can now be used freely by everyone, in the same way as 31 MHz in the paragraph above. One difference from 31 MHz is that 69 MHz needs slightly shorter antennas because the wavelength is shorter. Another difference is that 69 MHz is slightly less exposed to noise disturbance from electrical appliances. For 69 MHz, there are both portable devices (walkie-talkies) and devices for mounting in vehicles. It is permitted to place vehicle devices in places other than vehicles and connect to the external antenna for extended range. The design and location of the antennas are of great importance for the range. People interested in radio technology usually talk on 69.1875 MHz (channel 8).
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Frequency (MHz) max 25W
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69.0125 69.0375 69.0625 69.0875
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69.1125 69.1375 69.1625 69.1875
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On the carrier frequency 69.0125 MHz, only mobile transmitters may be used within the counties of Västra Götaland and Halland [5]
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Frequency (MHz) max 5W
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69.63125 69.65625 69.68125 69.70625
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69.64375 69.66875 69.69375 69.71875
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Channel
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! Frequency
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|Channel 1
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|69.0125 MHz
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|Channel 2
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|69.0375 MHz
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|Channel 3
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|69.0625 MHz
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|Channel 4
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|69.0875 MHz
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|Channel 5
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|69.1125 MHz
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|Channel 6
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|69.1375 MHz
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|Channel 7
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|69.1625 MHz
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|Channel 8
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|69.1875 MHz
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|Channel 9
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|69.60625 MHz
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|Channel 10
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|69.61875 MHz
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|Channel 11
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|69.63125 MHz
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|Channel 12
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|69.64375 MHz
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|Channel 13
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|69.65625 MHz
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|Channel 14
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|78.1625 MHz
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|Channel 15
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|78.1750 MHz
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|Channel 16
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|78.1875 MHz
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|Channel 17
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|78.2000 MHz
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|Channel 18
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|78.2125 MHz
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|Channel 19
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|78.2250 MHz
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|Channel 20
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|78.2375 MHz
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|Channel 21
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|78.2500 MHz
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|Channel 22
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|78.2625 MHz
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|Channel 23
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|78.2750 MHz
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|Channel 24
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|78.2875 MHz
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|Channel 25
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|78.3000 MHz
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[[Category: VHF/UHF Radio Services]]
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Latest revision as of 01:52, 10 May 2021

Nordic country VHF mid band (66-88 MHz) license free "CB" radio services...not to be confused with the actual 27 MHz CB radio service.

See RHA68 - Finland only...and 69 MHz VHF CB - Sweden only.



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