CB radio: The storied past of citizens band communications and how we got to where we are today

From the FALL September | October 2019 issue of National Communications Magazine

Take a look back in time about how CB radio evolved from a UHF-only radio service now known as GMRS to today's long-range 11-meter band. Author: Chuck Gysi | N2DUP | editor and publisher

Story includes: 4 photos

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