CB’rs on 28.000Mhz plus? What can be done about this?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WB4JHS, Oct 9, 2019.

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  1. KD8DEY

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    There's a 22A??!!
     
  2. KP4SX

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    And all the radio control channels.
    Beep.
     
  3. N0IOP

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    22A, 22B, 22C, and of course... These amps go up to 11.
     
  4. K3XR

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    "While I take no sides," I take the side of those who follow the law and make no effort to try to justify the actions of those who do not.
     
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  5. WR2E

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    And a 3A, 7A, 11A, 15A, etc...

    Were these the R.C. channels?

    But I don't think there's a 22A. For some reason the frequencies are jumbled around between 22 and 25.

    In other words, they aren't consistently spaced 10 kHz, there are a few 20 kHz gaps.
     
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  6. KP4SX

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    They were between every fourth or fifth of the 23 channels. Then the big gap between 22 and 23.
     
  7. WR2E

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    If you look at the chart though, there really isn't a gap.

    every 10 kHz, channels by frequency order are:

    22, 24, 25, 23

    Then back to sequence. I wonder why they did that?
     
  8. KA9JLM

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    That was back when 23 AM channels was it. Then came 40 channels SSB. Many gaps got filled.

    Crystal synthesized rigs and switches caused the gaps. Then the PL-02A came into play.
     
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  9. K1VSK

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    Did someone resurrect the 1960s? This was thoroughly discussed then.
     
  10. N0IOP

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    Originally there were 23 channels; Channel 23 was shared with high-power paging (25 watts). The consumer radios of the day weren't selective enough to allow close spacing with that high-powered use, so a gap was left. When the CB band was expanded in the 1970s, the previous gap was allocated to 24 and 25, because the radios were more selective by then.
     
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