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Friday, January 28, 2011

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Some Downloads For You

Some things for you to download and read through. I know some of this is old hat for some folks, but there are always new folks waking up.

The jukebox is back up and running on the right. Just click on the little play button.

125 Jerky Recipes

Acorn Soup Recipe

25 Cent Backpack Stove

Baking Bread - The Beginners Guide

Bread Recipes

500 More Bread Recipes

Waxing Cans And Boxes For Storage

Quick Hard Cider Recipe

Survival Communications – The C.B. Radio

C.B Radios are once again gaining popularity among truck drivers, RVers and some survivalists. A properly tuned CB has a range of around 10-20 miles but is commonly illegally tweaked to transmit over hundreds of miles.
While my choice of radios always falls towards a mulit-band ham radio, I always have the C.B. frequencies programmed into my radio so I can scan the local area during an emergency.
New Cobra 29 WX NW ST 40-Channel Nightwatch CB Radio With SWR Calibration & 7 Weather ChannelsCitizens’ Band radio (better known as CB radio) is a short-distance radio communications that takes up 40 radio channels from 26.965 to 27.405 MHz.
CB Channel Frequency Frequency Use
Channel 1 26.965 MHz
Channel 2 26.975 MHz
Channel 3 26.985 MHz
Channel 4 27.005 MHz Used by many 4X4 clubs
Channel 5 27.015 MHz
Channel 6 27.025 MHz many operators using illegal high-power amplifiers
Channel 7 27.035 MHz
Channel 8 27.055 MHz
Channel 9 27.065 MHz Channel 9 is the universal C.B. emergency channel
Channel 10 27.075 MHz
Channel 11 27.085 MHz
Channel 12 27.105 MHz
Channel 13 27.115 MHz Often used in some areas for marine use & recreational vehicles.
Channel 14 27.125 MHz Frequency for many walkie-talkies
Channel 15 27.135 MHz
Channel 16 27.155 MHz Used by many 4X4 clubs
Channel 17 27.165 MHz Used by truckers on the east-west roads in California
Channel 18 27.175 MHz
Channel 19 27.185 MHz unofficial Trucker channel
Channel 20 27.205 MHz
Channel 21 27.215 MHz Used by truckers for North-South routes in some areas of the country
Channel 22 27.225 MHz
Channel 23 27.255 MHz
Channel 24 27.235 MHz
Channel 25 27.245 MHz
Channel 26 27.265 MHz
Channel 27 27.275 MHz
Channel 28 27.285 MHz
Channel 29 27.295 MHz
Channel 30 27.305 MHz 30 and up are often used for SSB operation
Channel 31 27.315 MHz
Channel 32 27.325 MHz
Channel 33 27.335 MHz
Channel 34 27.345 MHz
Channel 35 27.355 MHz
Channel 36 27.365 MHz
Channel 37 27.375 MHz
Channel 38 27.385 MHz unofficial SSB calling channel, LSB mode
Channel 39 27.395 MHz
Channel 40 27.405 MHz
CB Resources & Radios