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Ch.Freq.Name
1462.5625FRS/GMRS 1
2462.5875FRS/GMRS 2
3462.6125FRS/GMRS 3
4462.6375FRS/GMRS 4
5462.6625FRS/GMRS 5
6462.6875FRS/GMRS 6
7462.7125FRS/GMRS 7
8467.5625FRS/GMRS 8
9467.5875FRS/GMRS 9
10467.6125FRS/GMRS 10
11467.6375FRS/GMRS 11
12467.6625FRS/GMRS 12
13467.6875FRS/GMRS 13
14467.7125FRS/GMRS 14
15462.5500FRS/GMRS 15
16462.5750FRS/GMRS 16
17462.6000FRS/GMRS 17
18462.6250FRS/GMRS 18
19462.6500FRS/GMRS 19
20462.6750FRS/GMRS 20
21462.7000FRS/GMRS 21
22462.7250FRS/GMRS 22
23462.5500GMR15R
24462.5750GMR16R
25462.6000GMR17R
26462.6250GMR18R
27462.6500GMR19R
28462.6750GMR20R
29462.7000GMR21R
30462.7250GMR22R
31446.00625PMR 1
32446.01875PMR 2
33446.03125PMR 3
34446.04375PMR 4
35446.05625PMR 5
36446.06875PMR 6
37446.08125PMR 7
38446.09375PMR 8
39151.8200MURS 1
40151.8800MURS 2
41151.9400MURS 3
42154.5700MURS 4
43154.6000MURS 5
44151.6250BUSRED
45151.9550BUSPUR
46156.0500MAR 01A
47156.1500MAR 03A
48156.2500MAR 05A
49156.3000MAR 06
50156.3500MAR 07A
51156.4000MAR 08
52156.4500MAR 09
53156.5000MAR 10
54156.5500MAR 11
55156.6000MAR 12
56156.6500MAR 13
57156.7000MAR 14
58156.7500MAR 15
59156.8000MAR 16 Safety
60156.8500MAR 17
61156.9000MAR 18A
62156.9500MAR 19A
63157.0000MAR 20A
64157.0500MAR 21A
65157.1000MAR 22A
66157.1500MAR 23A
67156.1250MAR 62
68156.1750MAR 63A
69156.2750MAR 65A
70156.3250MAR 66A
71156.3750MAR 67
72156.4250MAR 68
73156.4750MAR 69
74156.5750MAR 71
75156.6250MAR 72
76156.6750MAR 73
77156.7250MAR 74
78156.7750MAR 75
79156.8250MAR 76
80156.8750MAR 77
81156.9250MAR 78A
82156.9750MAR 79A
83157.0250MAR 80A
84157.0750MAR 81A
85157.4250MAR 88A
86162.5500WX 1
87162.4000WX 2
88162.4750WX 3
89162.4250WX 4
90162.4500WX 5
91162.5000WX 6
92162.5250WX 7
93155.1600SAREMT
94146.4200HAM 42
95146.5200HAM 52
96146.5500HAM 55
97446.0000HAM
98446.0300HAM U3

The 22-channels assigned to the FRS and GMRS radio services are all shared, meaning that FRS operators can talk to GMRS operators, and vice versa, on all 22-channels. Channels 15-22, however, offer GMRS users the highest power option, so these are preferred for tactical communications.

While the FCC determines the frequencies and privacy tones used in the FRS and GMRS radio services, channel and tone numbering is left up to the manufacturer. The ACS-CERT Communications Plan uses the Motorola FRS Channel Numbering Standard.

Ch.Freq.Name
1151.6250Weatherman
2151.7150BFG Relay / SNORE / MORE
3154.9800Baja Pits
4151.6850Network
5151.9250Checkers
6150.8600Fair
7153.1100Yokohama
8152.9600BITD Relay
9151.5050Checkers Vegas
10153.3950BFG Pits
11153.3800MAG 7
12155,1600National Rescue
13153.2450CORE
14151.7750Locos Mocos
15151.4900BITD
16154.5150PCI Relay
17150.8300MAG 7-2
18157.4500KOH 1
19RX OnlyPro Spotter
20RX OnlyTK Spotter
21151.7750Sand 1
22151.2950Sand 2
23151.8350Sand 3
24152.9600Sand 4
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