[chirp_users] Legal Frequencies?

Bob Burkett r.l.burkett at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 13:17:38 PDT 2016

Here are links to some good info:




On Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 4:03 PM, Dave Zoller <dzoller at reddevil.com> wrote:

> I just got a set of Baofeng BF-888S radios from Amazon and Chirp works
> like a dream for programming them. Unfortunately, I am a network
> administrator and know very little about which frequencies are and are not
> legal. We want the radios for short range comms in our manufacturing
> facility, which is not that large. I've set channel 1 to use FRS-08,
> 467.5625 MHz, which I think is legal. I haven't heard anyone else using
> it, but I'm in a fairly rural area so that doesn't surprise me. I also
> have it set on the lowest transmit power, which adequately covers the area
> I need covered.
> I have some questions:
> Is that a good/safe/legal frequency to use?
> What would be some good alternative frequencies if I discover that another
> group uses this one?
> Will Chirp allow me to set all the channels to the same frequency so I can
> prevent these guys from using an illegal frequency? Is it a good to do
> that (or something like it)?
> Any other advice?
> Thanks in advance,
> -Dave
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