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Does CB radio can communicate with two way radio?
Quiet Talk is achieved through the use of a Continuous Tone-Coded Squelch System or CTCSS. This is a circuit that is used to reduce the annoyance of listening to other users o…n a shared two-way radio communications channel. It is also sometimes called tone squelch. Where more than one user group is on the same channel (called co-channel users), CTCSS filters out other users if they are using a different CTCSS tone or no CTCSS.Receivers equipped with a CTCSS circuit usually have a switch that selects normal mode or CTCSS mode. When enabled, the CTCSS radio circuit, instead of opening the receive audio for any signal, causes the two-way radio receiver's audio to open only in the presence of the normal RF signal AND the correct sub-audible audio tone (sub-audible meaning that the receiver circuitry can detect it, but is not apparent to the users in the audio output). This is akin to the use of a lock on a door. A carrier squelch or noise squelch receiver not configured with CTCSS has no lock on its door and will let any signal in. A receiver with CTCSS circuitry (and with it enabled) locks out all signals except ones encoded with the correct tone. CTCSS can be regarded as a form of in-band signaling.
CB = Citizens Band. What makes it different from other radio "services" is not so much who is allowed to use it, but the qualifications they have to meet in order to use i…t. Other radio services, in other frequency bands, require a license in order to use a transmitter in their band. The "Citizen's Band" is unique because the only requirement is that the operator of the transmitter be a citizen of the USA. In other words, if you can afford to buy the radio set and your thumb is strong enough to push the button on the mike, then you can go right ahead, no license required. That's the reason why, so often, the 27 MHz Citizen's Band sounds like the audible equivalent of what a downtown city street would be like at rush hour if nobody there had ever taken a driving test.
Yes, it is possible to use direction finder devices (usually radio receivers with directional Antennas abbreviated to "DF receivers"), the most common and oldest method is tri…angulation of the the two way radio signal by two and ideally three DF receiver stations, these will compare results and they will be able to locate a two way radio device quite accurately as long as it is transmitting reasonably continuously. At VHF & higher frequencies there are direction finders that use a special antenna array on top of vehicle and use methods to detect the Doppler effect by doing timing comparisons of the received two way signal by switching the receiver to different positioned and phased antennas and the results from the receiver detected pass through a signal processor which can process and and indicate the origin of a two way signal with reference to the DF receiver antenna array position and display it on a screen. Cell phones locations are detected in a similar way by using various cell sites and special processing Software to get an accurate fix on the cell phone position.
For a walkie talkie, you can expect one to two miles. For a mobile unit, two to five miles with a barefoot radio is typical. A base station using a full wave (11 metre) antenn…a could hit well over 100 miles using just the legal amount of power.
Yes, but it may not be turned on as this would break federal law.
You can purchase any type C B Radio at J & L Electronics in Troutville, Va. just North of Exit 150 on Rte 11 ,across from Cracker Barrel Restaurant. Phone 540-992-3435
Ususally truck drivers use them if it's an emergency, or just to talk to other truck drivers when bored. :)
A CB radio is a wireless transceiver that operates on the frequency band called Citizen Band, CB. This band has been reserved for the public. In some countries license is re…quired and in some countries no license is required to operate CB radio. The maximum power limit is 5 Watts. There are 40 channels around 27 MHz in this band.
yes but you will need a 12 volt converter to plug into your wall and you will need an antenna going from the top of your home to the area you want the cb at.
Locate the fuse panel in your vehicle, usually in the passenger compartment near your left knee. There, you will find a panel with a number of fuses plugged in. It would… be good to locate the owner's manual to identify which fuse is for which device, to make sure essential devices continue to work should your CB radio fail short circuit. Connect the ground (usually the black wire) of the CB radio to any sturdy metal grounding point of the car. A screw that goes into the frame would be perfect. Next, locate the fuse of your choice (something less important than your headlights) and remove the fuse. With the CB Radio on, insert the bare ends of the wire into each of the two holes vacated by the missing fuse. One should work (the CB radio will come on), and one will not. YOU WANT THE ONE THAT WILL NOT COME ON. You can then strip enough wire to make a "U" shape around the end of the fuse where power doesn't come on, and plug the fuse in (with the wire following with it). The pressure from the fuse post will hold the wire in-place. Now, you will have power to your CB radio that is fuse protected.
Two way radios are used to transmit and receive. What I mean by that is a two way radio allows two people to talk to each with similar devices on the same radio frequency. It'…s rather unique! One (the operator) can talk, and the other listen. This device allows police officers, detectives, and many other jobs easier.
In a line of sight condition about 5 to 15 miles, in hilly terrain it might be as low as a mile. CB radios come in many different power levels currently. My answer pertains to… the old 27 mhz/5 watt type. The height of receiving and transmitting antennas matters most. A CB radio is a citizenâ€™s band radio â€” a radio that features the 40 channels in the 27 MHz range that the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has set aside for unlicensed public use, whether personal or commercial. By FCC regulations, CB radios are limited to 4 watts of transmission power. The official FCC statement is that the average CB radio range is 1 to 5 miles (1.6 to 8 km), but the actual average range may be greater â€” around 3 to 6 miles (4.83 to 9.66 km), depending on several factors.
There are 40 CB channels defined in roughly the band between 27 and 28 MHz, and another few somewhere near 49 MHz. UK is 27MHz FM (not on US channel spot frequenci…es) and 934 MHz FM. AM CB is not approved.
Range and that the communication is not private, anyone can listen in.
For communication +++ More specifically, because that first answer applies to a vast field or means of communicating, as a means for private individuals in fairly …compact groups to keep in touch, such as most (in)famously, between long-distance lorry-drivers.
When one wants to purchase a two way radio headset, one might start by looking at any local brick-and mortar (offline) electronics store or visiting online stores like Amazon,… Walmart or BuyTwoWayRadios. A popular feature of these radios is the ability to use a push-to-talk feature that allows someone to talk to someone else hands-free. This is done with a microphone that is held in a frame that is placed close to the mouth.