Remember Channel 9

Not so much for the UK people as I think they don’t monitor channel 9 anymore but in Spain, Portugal, Poland and some other areas of Europe channel 9 is monitored like in the very first days of legalised FM. I remember being in Nadder Valley REACT and monitoring as part of a team that listened 24/7 channel 9

  
This advert is for people with dual watch radios, use your favourite channel and remember channel 9!

Thanks go to Juan Linux for sharing this. It’s important we still remember that channel 9 monitoring is still an ongoing thing. Maybe not in the UK (but I’m not 100% sure) but in other areas of the CB world in this great hobby of ours.

Nadder Valley REACT

(Radio Emergency Association Citizen Teams) REACT 

Cricketer Mike

Condorman Roger

Groundbaite Ian

Myself and many others, we monitored 24/7 in shifts (I was at school so during the weekends monitored)


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3 thoughts on “Remember Channel 9

  1. How to use C9:
    We can use of CB 9 as an initial calling frequency; after an initial response the call is to be switched to one of the working or local channels, except in case of emergency traffic.
    When using the channel 9 to call up any station, the call has to be switched to a working or local channel after the initial response in order to keep channel 9 available to others.

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  2. Channel 9 is the best CB radio channel for calling, monitoring and security. Please, keep on listening Ch 9. Use CB 9 as an initial calling frequency; after an initial response the call is to be switched to one of the working or local channels, except in case of emergency traffic.

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