CB radio: Storied history of FCC citizens band licensing and call signs

From the EARLY SPRING March | April 2019 issue of National Communications Magazine

Once upon a time, licenses from the FCC were required for CB operation at 27 MHz. While that isn't the case today, many remember when you used your call sign on the air. NatCom takes a look back at the meaning and use of FCC CB call signs. Written by: Mark Haverstock | K8MSH

Story includes: 4 photos

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