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10-18 Anything for us?

Enough of the technical jargon……Now, how do you use CB radio?

On the CB there are several terms used. Most are used on 27MHz CB however, only some 10 codes are used on UHF.

The following codes are commonly used, the blue ones more common than others

Code Meaning
10-1
10-4
10-7
10-8
10-9
10-10
10-20
10-100
Receiving Poorly
Received
Out of Service, Leaving Air (you’re going off the air)
In Service, subject to call (you’re back on the air)
Please repeat
Transmission Completed, Standing By (you’ll be listening)
Location, ‘What’s your 10-20?’
Toilet, ‘I’m going 10-100’

Here is a fuller list of CB codes.

  • 10-1 Receiving Poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving Well
  • 10-3 Stop Transmitting
  • 10-4 Ok, Message Received
  • 10-5 Relay Message
  • 10-6 Busy, Stand By
  • 10-7 Out of Service, Leaving Air
  • 10-8 In Service, subject to call
  • 10-9 Repeat Message
  • 10-10 Transmission Completed, Standing By
  • 10-11 Talking too Rapidly
  • 10-12 Visitors Present
  • 10-13 Advise weather/road conditions
  • 10-16 Make Pickup at…
  • 10-17 Urgent Business
  • 10-18 Anything for us?

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  • 10-19 Nothing for you, return to base
  • 10-20 My Location is ……… or What’s your Location?
  • 10-21 Call by Telephone
  • 10-22 Report in Person too ……
  • 10-23 Stand by
  • 10-24 Completed last assignment
  • 10-25 Can you Contact …….
  • 10-26 Disregard Last Information/Cancel Last Message/Ignore
  • 10-27 I am moving to Channel ……
  • 10-28 Identify your station
  • 10-29 Time is up for contact
  • 10-30 Does not conform to FCC Rules
  • 10-32 I will give you a radio check
  • 10-33 Emergency Traffic at this station
  • 10-34 Trouble at this station, help needed
  • 10-35 Confidential Information
  • 10-36 Correct Time is ………
  • 10-38 Ambulance needed at ………
  • 10-39 Your message delivered
  • 10-41 Please tune to channel ……..
  • 10-42 Traffic Accident at ……….
  • 10-43 Traffic tieup at ………
  • 10-44 I have a message for you (or ………)
  • 10-45 All units within range please report
  • 10-50 Break Channel
  • 10-62 Unable to copy, use phone
  • 10-62sl unable to copy on AM, use Sideband – Lower (not an official code)
  • 10-62su unable to copy on AM, use Sideband – Upper (not an official code)
  • 10-65 Awaiting your next message/assignment
  • 10-67 All units comply
  • 10-70 Fire at …….
  • 10-73 Speed Trap at …………
  • 10-75 You are causing interference
  • 10-77 Negative Contact
  • 10-84 My telephone number is ………
  • 10-85 My address is ………..
  • 10-91 Talk closer to the Mike
  • 10-92 Your transmitter is out of adjustment
  • 10-93 Check my frequency on this channel
  • 10-94 Please give me a long count
  • 10-95 Transmit dead carrier for 5 sec.
  • 10-99 Mission completed, all units secure
  • 10-100 Need to go to Bathroom
  • 10-200 Police needed at ……….

Enough of the technical jargon……Now, how do you use CB radio? On the CB there are several terms used. Most are used on 27MHz CB however, only some 10 codes are used on UHF. The following codes are commonly used, the blue ones more common than others Here is a fuller list of CB codes. 10-1 – Rece …http://whatgetsmehot.posterous.com/10-18-anything-for-us» more

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