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FCC Part 95
Subpart D
CB Radio
Service Rules
Subpart D—
Citizens Band
(CB) Radio
Service
General Provisions
§ 95.401 (CB Rule 1)
What are the Citizens
Band Radio Services?
The Citizens Band Radio
Services are:
(a) The Citizens Band
(CB) Radio Service—a
private, two-way,
short-distance voice
communications service
for personal or business
activities of the general
public. The CB Radio
Service may also be used
for voice paging.
(b) The Family Radio
Service (FRS)—a private,
two-way, very short-
distance voice and data
communications service
for facilitating family
and group activities. The
rules for this service are
contained in subpart B of
this part.
(c) The Low Power
Radio Service (LPRS)—a
private, short-distance
communication service
providing auditory
assistance to persons
with disabilities, persons
who require language
translation, and persons
in educational settings,
health care assistance to
the ill, law enforcement
tracking services in
cooperation with law
enforcement, and pointto-point network control
communications for
Automated Marine
Telecommunications
System (AMTS) coast
stations licensed under
part 80 of this chapter.
The rules for this service
are listed under subpart
G of this part. Two-way
voice communications are
prohibited.
(d) The Medical Device
Radiocommunication
Service (MedRadio)—
an ultra-low power
radio service, for the
transmission of non-voice
data for the purpose of
facilitating diagnostic
and/or therapeutic
functions involving
implanted and body-worn
medical devices. The
rules for this service are
contained in subpart I of
this part.
(e) The Wireless
Medical Telemetry
Service (WMTS)—a
private, short distance
data communication
service for the
transmission of patient
medical information
to a central monitoring
location in a hospital
or other medical
facility. Voice and
video communications
are prohibited.
Waveforms such as
electrocardiograms
(ECGs) are not
considered video. The
rules for this service are
contained in subpart H of
this part.
(f) The MultiUse Radio Service
(MURS)—a private, twoway, short-distance voice
or data communications
service for personal or
business activities of
the general public. The
rules for this service are
contained in subpart J of
this part.
(g) Dedicated ShortRange Communications
Service On-Board Units
(DSRCS-OBUs). The
rules for this service are
contained in subpart L
of this part. DSRCSOBUs may communicate
with DSRCS Roadside
Units (RSUs), which are
authorized under part 90
of this chapter. DSRCS,
RSU, and OBU are
defined in § 90.7 of this
chapter.
§ 95.402 (CB Rule 2)
How do I use these rules?
(a) You must comply
with these rules (See CB
Rule 21 § 95.421, for the
penalties for violations)
when you operate a
station in the CB Service
from:
(1) Within or over
the territorial limits
of places where radio
services are regulated by
the FCC (see CB Rule 5,
§ 95.405);
(2) Aboard any
vessel or aircraft
registered in the United
States; or
(3) Aboard any
unregistered vessel
or aircraft owned or
operated by a United
States citizen or
company.
(b) Your CB station
must comply with
technical rules found in
subpart E of part 95.
(c) Where the rules use
the word ‘‘you’’, ‘‘you’’
means a person operating
a CB station.
(d) Where the
rules use the word
‘‘person,’’ the rules
are concerned with an
individual, a corporation,
a partnership, an
association, a joint stock
company, a trust, a
state, territorial or local
government unit, or other
legal entity.
(e) Where the rules
use the term ‘‘FCC’’,
that means the Federal
Communications
Commission.
(f) Where the rules use
the term ‘‘CB station’’,
that means a radio station
transmitting in the CB
Radio Service.
§ 95.403 (CB Rule 3) Am
I eligible to operate a CB
station?
You are authorized to
operate a CB station unless:
I need a license?
You do not need an
individual license to
operate a CB station. You
are authorized by this rule
to operate your CB station
in accordance with the rules
in this subpart.
§ 95.405 (CB Rule 5)
Where may I operate my
CB station?
You are authorized to
operate your CB station
from:
(a) You are a
foreign government,
a representative of a
foreign government, or
a federal government
agency; or
(b) The FCC has issued
a cease and desist order
to you, and the order is
still in effect.
(a) Within or over
any area of the world
where radio services are
regulatedby the FCC.
Those areas are within
the territorial limits of:
§ 95.404 (CB Rule 4) Do
Caribbean Insular areas
(1) The fifty United
States.
(2) The District of
Columbia.
(3) Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico.
(Islets Eastern and
Sand).
(4) Navassa Island.
(15) Palmyra Island
(more than 50
islets).
(5) United States
Virgin Islands (50
islets and cays).
Pacific Insular areas
(6) American Samoa
(seven islands).
(7) Baker Island.
(8) Commonwealth
of Northern Mariana
Islands.
(9) Guam Island.
(10) Howland
Island.
(11) Jarvis Island.
(12) Johnston
Island (Islets East,
Johnston, North and
Sand).
(13) Kingman Reef.
(14) Midway Island
(16) Wake Island
(Islets Peale, Wake
and Wilkes).
(b) Any other area of
the world, except within
the territorial limits
of areas where radio
services are regulated
by—
(1) An agency of
the United States other
than the FCC. (You are
subject to its rules.)
(2) Any foreign
government. (You are
subject to its rules.)
(c) An aircraft or ship,
with the permission
of the captain, within
or over any area of
the world where radio
services are regulated
by the FCC or upon or
over international waters.
You must operate your
CB station according to
any applicable treaty to
which the United States
is a party.
(d) Anyone intending
to operate a CB station
on the islands of Puerto
Rico, Desecheo, Mona,
Vieques, and Culebra
in a manner that could
pose an interference
threat to the Arecibo
Observatory shall notify
the Interference Office,
Arecibo Observatory,
HC3 Box 53995, Arecibo,
Puerto Rico 00612, in
writing or electronically,
of the location of the
unit. Operators may wish
to consult interference
guidelines, which will
be provided by Cornell
University. Operators
who choose to transmit
information electronically
should e-mail to: prcz@
naic.edu.
(1) The notification
to the Interference Office,
Arecibo Observatory
shall be made 45 days
prior to commencing
operation of the unit. The
notification shall state the
geographical coordinates
of the unit.
(2) After receipt
of such notifications,
the Commission will
allow the Arecibo
Observatory a period of
20 days for comments or
objections. The operator
will be required to
make reasonable efforts
in order to resolve or
mitigate any potential
interference problem with
the Arecibo Observatory.
If the Commission
determines that an
operator has satisfied its
responsibility to make
reasonable efforts to
protect the Observatory
from interference, the
unit may be allowed to
operate.
§ 95.406 (CB Rule 6)
Are there any special
restrictions on the
location of my CB
station?
(a) If your CB station
is located on premises
controlled by the
Department of Defense
you may be required to
comply with additional
regulations imposed by
the commanding officer
of the installation.
(b) If your C/B station
will be constructed on an
environmentally sensitive
site, or will be operated
in such a manner as to
raise environmental
problems, under § 1.1307
of this chapter, you must
provide an environmental
assessment, as set forth
in § 1.1311 of this
chapter, and undergo the
environmental review,
§ 1.1312 of this chapter,
before commencement of
construction.
HOW TO
OPERATE A CB
STATION
§ 95.407 (CB Rule 7)
On what channels may I
operate?
(a) Your CB station
may transmit only on
the following channels
(frequencies):
Channel Frequency
(megahertz—MHz)
1 ......................
2 ......................
3 ......................
4 ......................
26.965
26.975
26.985
27.005
5 ...................... 27.015
6 ...................... 27.025
7 ...................... 27.035
8 ...................... 27.055
9 ................... 27.065*
10 .................... 27.075
11 ..................... 27.085
12 .................... 27.105
13 .................... 27.115
14 .................... 27.125
15 .................... 27.135
16 .................... 27.155
17 .................... 27.165
18 .................... 27.175
19 .................... 27.185
20 .................... 27.205
21 .................... 27.215
22 .................... 27.225
23 .................... 27.255
24 .................... 27.235
25 .................... 27.245
26 .................... 27.265
27 .................... 27.275
28 .................... 27.285
29 .................... 27.295
30 .................... 27.305
31 .................... 27.315
32 .................... 27.325
33 .................... 27.335
34 .................... 27.345
35 ....................27.355
36......................27.365
37 .................... 27.375
38 .................... 27.385
39 .................... 27.395
40 .................... 27.405
* See paragraph (b) of this
section.
(b) Channel 9 may be
used only for emergency
communications or for
traveler assistance.
(c) You must, at
all times and on
all channels, give
priority to emergency
communication messages
concerning the immediate
safety of life or the
immediate protection of
property.
(d) You may use any
channel for emergency
communications or for
traveler assistance.
(e) You must share
each channel with other
users.
(f) The FCC will not
assign any channel for
the private or exclusive
use of any particular
CB station or group of
stations.
(g) The FCC will not
assign any channel for
the private of exclusive
use of CB stations
transmitting single
sideband or AM.
§ 95.408 (CB Rule 8)
How high may I put my
antenna?
(a) Antenna means
the radiating system (for
transmitting, receiving
or both) and the structure
holding it up (tower, pole
or mast). It also means
everything else attached
to the radiating system
and the structure.
(b) If your antenna is
mounted on a hand-held
portable unit, none of
the following limitations
apply.
(c) If your antenna
is installed at a fixed
location, it (whether
receiving, transmitting
or both) must comply
with either one of the
following:
(1) The highest
point must not be more
than 6.10 meters (20 feet)
higher than the highest
point of the building
or tree on which it is
mounted; or
(2) The highest
point must not be more
than 18.3 meters (60 feet)
above the ground.
(d) If your CB station
is located near an airport,
and if you antenna
structure is more than
6.1 meters (20 feet) high,
you may have to obey
additional restrictions.
The highest point of
your antenna must not
exceed one meter above
the airport elevation for
every hundred meters
of distance from the
nearest point of the
nearest airport runway.
Differences in ground
elevation between your
antenna and the airport
runway may complicate
this formula. If your CB
station is near an airport,
you may contact the
nearest FCC field office
for a worksheet to help
you figure the maximum
allowable height of your
antenna. Consult part 17
of the FCC’s Rules for
more information.
WARNING:
Installation and removal
of CB station antennas
near powerlines is
dangerous. For your
safety, follow the
installation directions
included with your
antenna.
§ 95.409 (CB Rule 9)
What equipment may I
use at my CB station?
(a) You must use an
FCC certificated CB
transmitter at your CB
station. You can identify
an FCC certificated
transmitter by the
certification label placed
on it by the manufacturer.
You may examine a list
of certificated equipment
at any FCC Field Office
or at FCC Headquarters.
Use of a transmitter
which is not FCC
certificated voids your
authority to operate the
station.
(b) You must not
make, or have made, any
internal modification
to a certificated CB
transmitter. (See CB
Rule 25, § 95.425). Any
internal modification
to a certificated CB
transmitter cancels the
certification, and use of
such a transmitter voids
your authority to operate
the station.
§ 95.410 (CB Rule 10)
How much power may I
use?
(a) Your CB station
transmitter power output
must not exceed the
following values under
any conditions:
AM (A3)—4 watts
(carrier power)
SSB—12 watts (peak
envelope power)
(b) If you need more
information about the
power rule, see the
technical rules in subpart
E of part 95.
(c) Use of a transmitter
which has carrier or peak
envelope power in excess
of that authorized voids
your authority to operate
the station.
§ 95.411 (CB Rule
11) May I use power
amplifiers?
(a) You may not attach
the following items
(power amplifiers) to
your certificated CB
transmitter in any way:
(1) External radio
frequency (RF) power
amplifiers (sometimes
called linears or linear
amplifiers); or
(2) Any other
devices which, when
used with a radio
transmitter as a signal
source, are capable of
amplifying the signal.
(b) There are no
exceptions to this rule
and use of a power
amplifier voids your
authority to operate the
station.
(c) The FCC will
presume you have used
a linear or other external
RF power amplifier if—
(1) It is in your
possession or on your
premises; and
(2) There is other
evidence that you have
operated your CB station
with more power than
allowed by CB Rule 10, §
95.410.
(d) Paragraph (c) of
this section does not
apply if you hold a
license in another adio
service which allows you
to operate an external RF
power amplifier.
§ 95.412 (CB Rule 12)
What communications
may be transmitted?
(a) You may use your
CB station to transmit
two-way plain language
communications. Twoway plain language
communications are
communications without
codes or coded messages.
Operating signals such
as ‘‘ten codes’’ are not
considered codes or
coded messages. You
may transmit twoway plain language
communications only
to other CB stations, to
units of your own CB
station or to authorized
government stations on
CB frequencies about—
(1) Your personal
or business activities or
those of members of your
immediate family living
in your household;
(2) Emergencies
(see CB Rule 18, §
95.418);
(3) Traveler
assistance (see CB Rule
18, § 95.418); or
(4) Civil defense
activities in connection
with official tests or drills
conducted by, or actual
emergencies announced
by, the civil defense
agency with authority
over the area in which
your station is located.
(b) You may use your
CB station to transmit a
tone signal only when the
signal is used to make
contact or to continue
communications.
(Examples of circuits
using these signals are
tone operated squelch and
selective calling circuits.)
If the signal is an audible
tone, it must last no
longer than 15 seconds
at one time. If the signal
is a subaudible tone,
it may be transmitted
continuously only as long
as you are talking.
(c) You may use your
CB station to transmit
one-way communications
(messages which are
not intended to establish
communications
between two or more
particular CB stations)
only for emergency
communications, traveler
assistance, brief tests
(radio checks) or voice
paging.
§ 95.413 (CB Rule 13)
What communications
are prohibited?
(a) You must not use a
CB station—
(1) In connection
with any activity which
is against federal, state or
local law;
(2) To transmit
obscence, indecent or
profane words, language
or meaning;
(3) To interfere
intentionally with the
communications of
another CB station;
(4) To transmit oneway communications,
except for emergency
communications, traveler
assistance, brief tests
(radio checks), or voice
paging;
(5) To advertise
or solicit the sale of any
goods or services;
(6) To transmit
music, whistling, sound
effects or any material to
amuse or entertain;
(7) To transmit any
sound effect solely to
attract attention;
(8) To transmit the
word ‘‘MAYDAY’’ or
any other international
distress signal, except
when your station is
located in a ship, aircraft
or other vehicle which
is threatened by grave
and imminent danger
and your are requesting
immediate assistance;
(9) To communicate
with, or attempt to
communicate with, any
CB station more than 250
kilometers (155.3 miles)
away;
(10) To advertise
a political candidate
or political campaign;
(you may use your CB
radio for the business or
organizational aspects of
a campaign, if you follow
all other applicable
rules);
(11) To
communicate with
stations in other
countries, except General
Radio Service stations in
Canada; or
(12) To transmit
a false or deceptive
communication.
(b) You must not use
a CB station to transmit
communications for live
or delayed rebroadcast
on a radio or television
broadcast station. You
may use your CB station
to gather news items or to
prepare programs.
§ 95.414 (CB Rule 14)
May I be paid to use my
CB station?
(a) You may not accept
direct or indirect payment
for transmitting with a
CB station.
(b) You may use a
CB station to help you
provide a service, and be
paid for that service, as
long as you are paid only
for the service and not for
the actual use of the CB
station.
§ 95.415 (CB Rule 15)
Who is responsible for
communications I make?
You are responsible for all
communications which are
made by you from a CB
station.
§ 95.416 (CB Rule 16) Do
I have to limit the length
of my communications?
(a) You must limit your
CB communications to
the minimum practical
time.
(b) If you are
communicating with
another CB station or
stations, you, and the
stations communicating
with you, must limit each
of your conversations
to no more than five
continuous minutes.
(c) At the end of
your conversation,
you, and the stations
communicating with you,
must not transmit again
for at least one minute.
§ 95.417 (CB Rule 17)
Do I identify my CB
communications?
(a) You need not
identify your CB
communications.
(b) [You are
encouraged to identify
your CB communications
by any of the following
means:
(1) Previously
assigned CB call sign;
(2) K prefix
followed by operator
initials and residence zip
code;
(3) Name; or
(4) Organizational
description including
name and any applicable
operator unit number.]
(c) [You are
encouraged to use
your ‘‘handle’’ only
in conjuction with the
methods of identification
listed in paragraph (b) of
this section.]
§ 95.418 (CB Rule 18)
How do I use my CB
station in an emergency
or to assist a traveler?
(a) You must at
all times and on
all channels, give
priority to emergency
communications.
(b) When you are
directly participating
in emergency
communications, you do
not have to comply with
the rule about length of
transmissions (CB Rule
16, § 95.416). You must
obey all other rules.
(c) You may use
your CB station for
communications
necessary to assist
a traveler to reach a
destination or to receive
necessary services. When
you are using your CB
station to assist a traveler,
you do not have to obey
the rule about length of
transmissions (CB Rule
16, § 95.416). You must
obey all other rules.
(d) You may use your
CB station to transmit
one-way communications
concerning highway
conditions to assist
travelers.
§ 95.419 (CB Rule 19)
May I operate my CB
station transmitter by
remote control?
(a) You may not
operate a CB station
transmitter by radio
remote control.
(b) You may operate
a CB transmitter by
wireline remote control
if you obtain specific
approval in writing from
the FCC. To obtain FCC
approval, you must show
why you need to operate
your station by wireline
remote control. If you
receive FCC approval,
you must keep the
approval as part of your
station records. See CB
Rule 27, § 95.427.
(c) Remote control
means operation of a
CB transmitter from
any place other than
the location of the CB
transmitter. Direct
mechanical control or
direct electrical control
by wire from some point
on the same premises,
craft or vehicle as the
CB transmitter is not
considered remote
control.
§ 95.420 (CB Rule 20)
May I connect my CB
station transmitter to a
telephone?
(a) You may connect
your CB station
transmitter to a telephone
if you comply with all of
the following:
(1) You or someone
else must be present
at your CB station and
must—
(i) Manually
make the connection (the
connection must not be
made by remote control);
(ii) Supervise
the operation of the
transmitter during the
connection;
(iii) Listen to
each communication
during the connection;
and
(iv) Stop all
communications if
there are operations in
violation of these rules.
(2) Each
communication during
the telephone connection
must comply with all of
these rules.
(3) You must obey
any restriction that the
telephone company
places on the connection
of a CB transmitter to a
telephone.
(b) The CB transmitter
you connect to a
telephone must not be
shared with any other CB
station.
(c) If you connect
your CB transmitter to a
telephone, you must use a
phone patch device with
has been registered with
the FCC.
OTHER THINGS
YOU NEED TO
KNOW
§ 95.421 (CB Rule 21)
What are the penalties
for violating these rules?
(a) If the FCC finds
that you have willfully
or repeatedly violated
the Communications
Act or the FCC Rules,
you may have to pay
as much as $10,000 for
each violation, up to a
total of $75,000. (See
section 503(b) of the
Communications Act.)
(b) If the FCC finds
that you have violated
any section of the
Communications Act
or the FCC Rules, you
may be ordered to stop
whatever action caused
the violation. (See
section 312(b) of the
Communications Act.)
(c) If a Federal court
finds that you have
willfully and knowingly
violated any FCC Rule,
you may be fined up to
$500 for each day you
committed the violation.
(See section 502 of the
Communications Act.)
(d) If a Federal court
finds that you have
willfully and knowingly
violated any provision of
the Communications Act,
you may be fined up to
$10,000 or you may be
imprisoned for one year,
or both. (See section 501
of the Communications
Act.)
§ 95.422 (CB Rule
22) How do I answer
correspondence from the
FCC?
(a) If it appears to
the FCC that you have
violated the Communications Act or these rules,
the FCC may send you a
discrepancy notice.
(b) Within the time period stated in the notice,
you must answer with:
(1) A complete
written statement about
the apparent discrepancy;
(2) A complete
written statement about
any action you have
taken to correct the
apparent violation and to
prevent it from happening
again; and
(3) The name of
the person operating at
the time of the apparent
violation.
(c) If the FCC sends
you a letter asking you
questions about your CB
radio station or its operation, you must answer
each of the questions
with a complete written
statement within the time
period stated in the letter.
(d) You must not
shorten your answer by
references to other communications or notices.
(e) You must send
your answer to the FCC
office which sent you the
notice.
(f) You must keep a
copy of your answer in
your station records. (See
CB Rule 27, § 95.427.)
§ 95.423 (CB Rule 23)
What must I do if the
FCC tells me that my
CB station is causing
interference?
(a) If the FCC tells you
that your CB station is
causing interference for
technical reasons you
must follow all instructions in the official FCC
notice. (This notice may
require you to have technical adjustments made
to your equipment.)
(b) You must comply
with any restricted hours
of CB station operation
which may be included in
the official notice.
§ 95.424 (CB Rule
24) How do I have my
CB station transmitter
serviced?
(a) You may adjust
an antenna to your CB
transmitter and you may
make radio checks. (A
radio check means a one
way transmission for a
short time in order to test
the transmitter.)
(b) You are responsible
for the proper operation of the station at all
times and are expected to
provide for observations,
servicing and maintenance as often as may
be necessary to ensure
proper operation. You
must have all internal
repairs or internal adjustments to your CB transmitter made in accordance with the Technical
Regulations (see subpart
E). The internal repairs
or internal adjustments
should be performed by
or under the immediate
supervision and responsibility of a person certified
as technically qualified
to perform transmitter
maintenance and repair
duties in the private land
mobile services and fixed
services by an organization or committee representative of users in those
services.
(c) Except as provided
in paragraph (d) of this
section, each internal
repair and each internal
adjustment of a CB transmitter in which signals
are transmitted must be
made using a nonradiating (‘‘dummy’’) antenna.
(d) Brief test signals
(signals not longer than
one minute during any
five minute period) using
a radiating antenna may
be transmitted in order to:
(1) Adjust an
antenna to a transmitter;
(2) Detect or
measure radiation of
energy other than the
intended signal; or
(3) Tune a receiver
to your CB transmitter.
§ 95.425 (CB Rule
25) May I make any
changes to my CB station
transmitter?
(a) You must not
make or have any one
else make any internal
modification to your CB
transmitter.
(b) Internal modifica-
tion does not include:
(1) Repair or
servicing of a CB station
transmitter (see CB Rule
24, § 95.424); or
(2) Changing plugin modules which were
certificated as part of
your CB transmitter.
(c) You must not
operate a CB transmitter
which has been modified
by anyone in any way,
including modification to
operate on unauthorized
frequencies or with illegal power. (See CB Rules
9 and 11, §§ 95.409 and
95.411.)
§ 95.426 (CB Rule 26)
Do I have to make my
CB station available for
inspection?
(a) If an authorized
FCC representative
requests to inspect your
CB station, you must
make your CB station
and records available for
inspection.
(b) A CB station
includes all of the radio
equipment you use.
§ 95.427 (CB Rule 27)
What are my station
records?
Your station records include
the following documents,
as applicable.
(a) A copy of each
response to an FCC violation notice or an FCC
letter. (See CB Rule 22, §
95.422.)
(b) Each written permission received from the
FCC. (See CB Rule 19, §
95.419.)
§ 95.428 (CB Rule 28)
How do I contact the
FCC?
(a) FCC National Call
Center at 1–888–225–
5322.
(b) FCC World Wide
Web homepage: http://
www.fcc.gov.
(c) In writing, to FCC,
Attention: CB, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg,
PA 17325–7245.
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