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GMRS License Free Radios

GMRS / FRS, Whats the difference?
The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) is a North American land-mobile FM UHF radio service designed for short-distance two-way communication. It requires a license in United States but can be used license-free in Canada
 
GMRS radios are typically handheld portable devices much like Family Radio Service (FRS) radios, and share the FRS frequency band near 462 and 467 MHz. Unlike a FRS radio that has a maximum RF power output of 0.5W, GMRS radios are 2W. The higher output offers better range in adverse conditions. GMRS radios also offer more channels, up to 22 in total.
 
The advertised range is the theoretical maximum range of the radio under ideal conditions. The below video will help explain how to achieve the advertised distance of the radios Fleetwood Digital sells. No Video? Click Here