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Old 01-05-2018, 9:31 PM
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What is the frequency for a Motorola talk about walkie talkie and what is a good frequency to check and see if my baofeng uv5 r all I want to know is if it works when I need it
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Old 01-08-2018, 2:03 PM
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If you are talking about FRS/GMRS

Channel Type Frequency
1 FRS / GMRS 462.5625
2 FRS / GMRS 462.5875
3 FRS / GMRS 462.6125
4 FRS / GMRS 462.6375
5 FRS / GMRS 462.6625
6 FRS / GMRS 462.6875
7 FRS / GMRS 462.7125
8 FRS 467.5625
9 FRS 467.5875
10 FRS 467.6125
11 FRS 467.6375
12 FRS 467.6625
13 FRS 467.6875
14 FRS 467.7125
15 GMRS 462.5500
16 GMRS 462.5750
17 GMRS 462.6000
18 GMRS 462.6250
19 GMRS 462.6500
20 GMRS 462.6750
21 GMRS 462.7000
22 GMRS 462.7250

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The radio isn't legal to transmit on FRS and a license is needed for GMRS. If he just wants to "listen," it would be easier with a FRS/GMRS radio.
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Thanks to all who responded to my tread I love to listen to my baofeng radio and someday I'm going to get the license to operate it and thanks for letting me know about the regular walkie talkies that's what we use at my job just wish there was a way to listen to Duke energy and Pike electric
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Old 01-09-2018, 6:21 AM
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To the folks who gave me the info about the Motorola talk about I've found frequencies that I can hear them but they can't hear me if my boss would get a baofeng uv5r handheld radio then he would hear how our employees talk on there's and they say be careful when talking and watch what we say
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Old 02-08-2018, 9:56 PM
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"if my boss would get a baofeng uv5r handheld radio then he would hear how our employees talk on there's"

Do you mean, your employees are using their own BaoFeng radios to chat with each other? Or your employees are using something else (the Talkabouts?) and you think your boss would need a BaoFeng to hear them?

If you are concerned, why not just ask your boss if he wants to listen to YOUR radio? He doesn't need to buy one. And he may not care about it.
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Old 02-09-2018, 4:35 AM
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No our employees use the talk abouts on the job and they can say certain words that I can not repeat and we were told to be careful and professional and watch what we say but they don't care but that's their souls
I had to get my baofeng the other day cause I didn't have an extra just so I could hear what's going on I heard them but they didn't hear me all my boss wants to hear is sending traffic if it's clear and the last vehicle
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Since the FCC no longer bans the "seven dirty words" (George Carlin did the classic routine about that, RIP George) it might be pointless.

Unless someone hears, complains, and then the good news is your boss will have grounds to terminate somebody. Meanwhile, if he doesn't want to listen, he's the boss. You'll have to get rid of him and take over if you want to do something about the language.
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Shoot he wouldn't want to buy the license for it I should be getting my license in about a month I just wish I could buy the book about all the stuff I need to know but I'm studying what I can
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