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Midland CB Radio

Midland Radio's short-rangeshort-range radio voice communications system used chiefly by private individuals in motor vehicles, homes, offices, and other locations where wireless telephone service is unavailable. A typical CB radio consists of a combined transmitter-receiver (a transceiver) and an antenna. In the United States 40 channels, at frequencies from 26.965 to 27.225 megahertz or in the UHF range of 460 to 470 megahertz, have been allocated to CB radio. A federal limitation of power (4 watts) and practical limitations of antenna height restrict the range of CB radios in motor vehicles to about 25 km (15 miles) and those in fixed locations to no more than 50 miles,

  • Midland 1001LWX Mobile CB Radio

    Midland 1001LWX Mobile CB Radio

    40 channelsExternal speaker jacks, full sized microphoneDisplay: LCDLocking microphone connector easy to connect microphone locks securely to your CBLarge, backlit LCD multifunction display that is easy to read day or nightAutomatic noise limiter...

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