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 +FRS/GMRS Channels
 +Channel numbers commonly used on 22 channel FRS/GMRS dual service radios are shown in the leftmost column. Most radios of this type are not capable of repeater operation and do not include the repeater input frequencies.
 +Common Channel ↓ Frequency ​ ↓ FRS Chan.  ↓ FRS Max Output ↓ FRS Max Bandwidth ​ ↓ GMRS Chan.  ↓ GMRS Max Ouput ↓ GMRS Max Bandwidth ↓ Usage/​Notes ↓
 +01 462.5625 FRS 1 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 9 5 W 25 kHz Unofficial national calling channel
 +02 462.5875 FRS 2 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 10 5 W 25 kHz
 +03 462.6125 FRS 3 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 11 5 W 25 kHz
 +04 462.6375 FRS 4 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 12 5 W 25 kHz
 +05 462.6625 FRS 5 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 13 5 W 25 kHz
 +06 462.6875 FRS 6 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 14 5 W 25 kHz
 +07 462.7125 FRS 7 500 mW 12.5 kHz GMRS 15 5 W 25 kHz
 +08 467.5625 FRS 8 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +09 467.5875 FRS 9 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +10 467.6125 FRS 10 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +11 467.6375 FRS 11 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +12 467.6625 FRS 12 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +13 467.6875 FRS 13 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +14 467.7125 FRS 14 500 mW 12.5 kHz
 +15 462.5500 GMRS 1 50 W 25 kHz
 +16 462.5750 GMRS 2 50 W 25 kHz
 +17 462.6000 GMRS 3 50 W 25 kHz
 +18 462.6250 GMRS 4 50 W 25 kHz
 +19 462.6500 GMRS 5 50 W 25 kHz Use restricted near Canadian border
 +20 462.6750 GMRS 6 50 W 25 kHz Unofficial emergency/​traveler assistance channel (PL 141.3)
 +21 462.7000 GMRS 7 50 W 25 kHz Use restricted near Canadian border
 +22 462.7250 GMRS 8 50 W 25 kHz
 +467.5500 GMRS 1 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input
 +467.5750 GMRS 2 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input
 +467.6000 GMRS 3 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input
 +467.6250 GMRS 4 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input
 +467.6500 GMRS 5 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input. Use restricted near Canadian border
 +467.6750 GMRS 6 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input, Unofficial emergency/​traveler assistance channel (PL 141.3)
 +467.7000 GMRS 7 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input. Use restricted near Canadian border
 +467.7250 GMRS 8 in 50 W 25 kHz Repeater input
 +Midland Extra Channels
 +Midland has started marketing "Extra Channels"​ on several of their radios. These extra channels are simply existing FRS/GMRS frequencies with hard coded tones and low power on the FRS-only channels.
 +Channel No. ↓ Actual Channel ↓ Frequency ↓ PL/DPL No. ↓ PL Tone/DPL Code ↓
 +23 GMRS 1 462.5625 38 250.3
 +24 GMRS 3 462.6125 35 225.7
 +25 GMRS 5 462.6625 32 203.5
 +26 GMRS 7 462.7125 29 179.9
 +27 GMRS 15 462.5500 26 162.2
 +28 GMRS 17 462.6000 23 146.2
 +29 GMRS 19 462.6500 20 127.3
 +30 GMRS 21 462.7000 17 118.8
 +31 GMRS 2 462.5875 1 023
 +32 GMRS 4 462.6375 4 031
 +33 GMRS 6 462.6875 7 047
 +34 FRS 8 467.5625 10 065
 +35 FRS 10 467.6125 13 073
 +36 FRS 12 467.6625 16 115
 +37 FRS 14 467.7125 19 131
 +38 GMRS 16 462.5750 22 143
 +39 GMRS 18 462.6250 25 156
 +40 GMRS 20 462.6750 28 172
 +41 GMRS 22 462.7250 31 223
 +42 GMRS 1 462.5625 14 107.2
 +43 GMRS 3 462.6125 11 97.4
 +44 GMRS 5 462.6625 8 88.5
 +45 GMRS 7 462.7125 5 79.7
 +46 GMRS 15 462.5500 2 71.9
 +47 GMRS 17 462.6000 37 241.8
 +48 GMRS 19 462.6500 34 218.1
 +49 GMRS 21 462.7000 31 192.8
 +50 GMRS 2 462.5875 2 025
  
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