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Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Cb or Ham Radio

There are certain specifications you should look for when buying a cb radio. The radio and antenna will vary based on what you intend to use it for. Citizen band radio is different than ham or amateur. Cb radio uses the antenna to communicate with other citizens. Shop around to find what equipment will be necessary to get started. The following are questions to ask when you are looking to break into the world of cb or ham radio.

  • Do I need a license?
    This depends on the type or radio transmission you are using and where you live. Citizen band radio often does not require a license. This is used for communication between individuals such as truckers. An ham radio is amateur broadcast and is regulated by the FCC in the United States.

  • What are the specifications of the radio?
    Before you make a purchase, you should know what kind of frequencies you can scan. Find out how the equipment works and how it is powered. If you are unsure about what specifications you need for your desired use, it would be best to consult with somebody who has more knowledge in the area. If you have more knowledge, you can find a discount by searching for used gear online.

  • What is your preference?
    There are different types of citizen band or ham radios available to choose from. Look at local dealers to find out if you prefer a mobile or handheld scanner. If you have no experience with ham or trucker radios, you may have to try something out to decide what will work best for you.

    Four G's
    1 review: *****
    1901 E Fwy Highland, Highlands, TX 77562
    (281) 426-5002 Write review for this local business

    "If any of you truckers / drivers or cb radio junkies get near Houston take the time to look up Patrick (aka) RADIO MAN at FOUR GS CB SHOP ..."
    Four Gs Cb Shop Mobile Repair Write review for this local business
    1901 I-10 Fwy, Baytown, TX 77521
    (832) 468-1210  
    Our company provides repair and installation of CB radios for trucks and other vehicles. We believe in providing top quality radio citizens band for all your mobile needs. So contact us for more information.
    C & A Cb Sales & Service Write review for this local business
    10840 Beaumont Hwy, Houston, TX 77078
    (713) 670-8660  
    Charlie's Airwaves Electrnc Eqp Write review for this local business
    2547 Cartwright Rd, Missouri City, TX 77459
    (281) 499-5214  
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    1901 East Fwy, Baytown, TX 77521
    (281) 426-5002  
    Kdc Sound Write review for this local business
    17294 Fm 3083 Rd, Conroe, TX 77302
    (936) 231-3753  
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    4595 U S Highway 59 S, Livingston, TX 77351
    (936) 365-3909  

    Two-way radio communication has its advantages, like being able to communicate with others on the roadways at a moment's notice. When repairs need to be done, though, qualified technicians should be able to fix anything from a handheld transceiver to the antenna on a portable system. They may have backgrounds in electronics repair and parts replacement.

    Direct from manufacturer and retail sellers of citizens band radios provide sales of CB equipment and accessories, such as microphones, speakers, short wave radios, and amps. Sales associates should be able to direct customers to the right device for their needs. CB radios, which capture radio-frequency signals and converts them to electrical signals, can be mounted into trucks or function in a mobile capacity. Technicians employed by electronics stores and fix-it shops should know the ins and outs of these devices. They often have attended trade school, and some even specialize in fixing citizens band radios.

    CBs, a system of short-distance radio communications between individuals over a total of 40 channels or stations on the 27-MHz (11 m) band, are also available in an assortment of brands and types on the internet. Virtual providers offer full color catalogs of various CB radios, along with amplifiers, antennas, scanners, and handheld devices. Customers can often place orders online and track those orders until they receive them for personal or commercial broadcast use.

    A variety of accessories are usually on sale as well, such as two-way radio cases, hunting radios, cell phones, amplifiers, and mobile satellites. The internet is also home to sites dedicated to providing CB radio frequencies and channel lists.