UHF CB is a category-licensed citizen's band radio carrier accepted via the governments of Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu, and Malaysia within the UHF 477 MHz band. UHF CB affords 77 channels, including 32 channels (16 output, sixteen input) allocated to repeater stations. It is comparable in idea to 27 MHz CB Radio in America, Au...
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Amateur radio users must be licensed and have a sound knowledge of the ACMA's operating procedures.
Antenna designs are similar to commercial two-way radio, and the highest legal output signal is five Watts. Vehicle external antennas are approved and commercially manufactured. Some antennas have gains above 12 dB. Handheld transceivers (walkie talkies) are permitted and have transmitted electricity from 500 mW to five Watts and are surprisingly cheap compared to full-sized transceivers.
It is unlawful to use unauthorised radios from some overseas places because they intervene with licensed land-mobile phone reception. This includes overseas private radio gadgets because they do not share the same bandwidth signal output and channels as UHF/CB that we have in Australia. Care must be taken while transmitting radios from remote places to ensure they comply with neighbourhood rules. Authorised radios are diagnosed via an Australian requirements C Tick commonly found at the radio tag or decal.