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What is the frequency for Ladd 1?

154.100 MHz
LADD 1 to 4 – Widely Used Channels in Western Canada

Channel Frequency
LADD 1 154.100 MHz
LADD 2 158.940 MHz
LADD 3 154.325 MHz
LADD 4 173.370 MHz

What VHF channel do truckers use?

Channel 19
Truckers in North America use CB radios, operating on 27 MHz. Channel 19 is their home, 27.185 MHz.

What radio channel do truckers use?

channel 19
Most truckers use the unofficial channel 19 (27.185 MHz) to communicate. This channel offers highway traffic information from truckers and other drivers. You’ll find a lot of aimless chatter along with the useful information on channel 19.

What does lad stand for in radio?

Joined Apr 25, 2011 Messages 1,234. Mar 15, 2016. I’ve seen it written both ways but from what I’ve read it stands for Logging ADministration. I recall seeing a PDF from IC that had it listed as LAD so I would assume that’s correct.

Is FM allowed on CB?

The FCC has approved the use of FM transmission in CB radios. Virtually every CB (Citizen’s Band) radio transmits in AM. Now, FM will presumably bring better sound in the cab, just as it did for commercial radio decades ago.

What is Channel 9 on a CB?

CB emergency channel
Channel 9 is the universal CB emergency channel. In most areas, it is monitored by local law enforcement at all times, so please keep random chatter off this channel. Channels 17 and 19 are commonly used channels by truck drivers. 19 is often used by drivers going east or west; 17 by drivers going north or south.

What does Bible stand for?

Basic Instructions Before Living Eternally. BIBLE. Believer’s Instruction Before Leaving Earth.

What are CB radio frequencies?

Rule Part. The Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS) is a private, two-way, short-distance voice communications service for personal or business activities of the general public. It also may be used for voice paging. It is authorized 40 channels between 26.965 MHz and 27.405 MHz.

Why are Ladd radio channels used in Canada?

In Canada, the LADD VHF channels were originally intended for trucking, logging, mining, and petroleum. But, due to the wider availability of low cost VHF FM radios, more ordinary users have adopted them to replace CB.

What kind of frequency does ladd1-ladd4 use?

For legacy compatibility, LADD1-LADD4 channels use normal FM (FM is +/-5 kHz deviation, bandwidth 16 kHz, max bandwidth 20 kHz), while most of the other channels increasingly use Narrow NFM (NBFM is +/-2.5 kHz deviation, bandwidth 11 kHz, max bandwidth 11.25 kHz).

How many Watts Does a Ladd base station have?

LADD and Resource Road VHF radio system base stations can range from 50 watts to 300 watts and may be remotely operated via landline telephone or VoIP technology. Mobile radios with transmit power ranging from 25 watts to 110 watts are used, with 45 watt, 50 watt and 60 watt mobiles commonly found in trucks.

What do you use VHF Ladd channel for?

VHF LADD (Logging Administration Dispatch), LD (Loading Channels) RR (Resource Road or Road Resource) channels, standardized for trucking, logging and use in remote areas for truck-to-truck, truck-to-base and emergency services communications with trucks, loading channels, etc.