CB radio: MURS wasn't the FCC's first choice for a VHF CB band

From the FALL September | October 2017 issue of National Communications Magazine

The 151- and 154-MHz Multi-Use Radio Service wasn't the Federal Communications Commission's first choice for a VHF citizens band radio allocation. Back in the 1970s, the FCC had a major proposal on the table for VHF CB, but it never was approved.  Author: Guo Kuang

Story includes:  2 photos

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