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We use theseWhat is a good radio to communicate with other jeeps on a trail ride
Back in the day you needed a license for a CB radio too. So many people purchased one the feds said screw it and dropped the license requirements. My call number was KCX5426. Not sure why I still remember that.Keep in mind that both the GMRS and Ham radios mentioned require a license to use in the US.
I don't think the FCC does a lot to enforce that, but it's something to keep in mind.
I remember. I don't remember my call number. Prior to the CB craze, we had radios that only supported a few channels. You had to install a crystal for each channel you wanted to use.Back in the day you needed a license for a CB radio too. So many people purchased one the feds said screw it and dropped the license requirements. My call number was KCX5426. Not sure why I still remember that.
You sparked memories. Our first ones were Heathkit crystal-based kit radios. And for the youngsters in the forum, kits back then didn't mean plugging things in. It meant breaking out the soldering iron... I don't remember the company name, but we also got kits to make goose down sleeping bags. Sheets of nylon fabric, zippers, and bags of goose down. Messy kit.My first CB radio was a Royce 23 channel with a D-104 power microphone. I had to dust of a few brain cells to remember this.