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Revision as of 15:12, 6 October 2013

FRS/GMRS Channels

Channel numbers commonly used on FRS/GMRS dual service radios. Most radios of this type are not capable of repeater operation and do not include the repeater input frequencies.

Channel No. Frequency GMRS GMRS Max Ouput FRS FRS Max Output Usage/Notes
01 462.5625
5 W
500 mW Unofficial national calling channel
02 462.5875
5 W
500 mW
03 462.6125
5 W
500 mW
04 462.6375
5 W
500 mW
05 462.6625
5 W
500 mW
06 462.6875
5 W
500 mW
07 462.7125
5 W
500 mW
08 467.5625
500 mW
09 467.5875
500 mW
10 467.6125
500 mW
11 467.6375
500 mW
12 467.6625
500 mW
13 467.6875
500 mW
14 467.7125
500 mW
15 462.5500
50 W
16 462.5750
50 W
17 462.6000
50 W
18 462.6250
50 W
19 462.6500
50 W
20 462.6750
50 W Unofficial emergency/traveler assistance channel (PL 141.3)
21 462.7000
50 W
22 462.7250
50 W
467.5500
50 W Repeater input
467.5750
50 W Repeater input
467.6000
50 W Repeater input
467.6250
50 W Repeater input
467.6500
50 W Repeater input
467.6750
50 W Repeater input, Unofficial emergency/traveler assistance channel (PL 141.3)
467.7000
50 W Repeater input
467.7250
50 W Repeater input

Midland Extra Channels

Midland has started marketing "Extra Channels" on several of their radios. These extra channels are simply existing FRS/GMRS frequencies with hard coded tones and low power on the FRS-only channels.

Channel No. Actual Channel Frequency PL/DPL No. PL Tone/DPL Code
23 GMRS 1 462.5625 38 250.3
24 GMRS 3 462.6125 35 225.7
25 GMRS 5 462.6625 32 203.5
26 GMRS 7 462.7125 29 179.9
27 GMRS 15 462.5500 26 162.2
28 GMRS 17 462.6000 23 146.2
29 GMRS 19 462.6500 20 127.3
30 GMRS 21 462.7000 17 118.8
31 GMRS 2 462.5875 1 023
32 GMRS 4 462.6375 4 031
33 GMRS 6 462.6875 7 047
34 FRS 8 467.5625 10 065
35 FRS 10 467.6125 13 073
36 FRS 12 467.6625 16 115
37 FRS 14 467.7125 19 131
38 GMRS 16 462.5750 22 143
39 GMRS 18 462.6250 25 156
40 GMRS 20 462.6750 28 172
41 GMRS 22 462.7250 31 223
42 GMRS 1 462.5625 14 107.2
43 GMRS 3 462.6125 11 97.4
44 GMRS 5 462.6625 8 88.5
45 GMRS 7 462.7125 5 79.7
46 GMRS 15 462.5500 2 71.9
47 GMRS 17 462.6000 37 241.8
48 GMRS 19 462.6500 34 218.1
49 GMRS 21 462.7000 31 192.8
50 GMRS 2 462.5875 2 025

See also

Reference



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