CB radio: How was the 11-meter band used before CB? Can you believe German tanks?

From the SPRING May | June 2019 issue of National Communications Magazine

The 11-meter band now used for citizens band radio was designated as such in 1958, however, the band segment had a variety of users prior to that. You might be surprised at some of these who used that band! Written by: Mark Haverstock | K8MSH

Story includes: 7 photos

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