MURS is the Multi-Use Radio Service in the United States. It is license-free. FCC Type-certified equipment is required for the use of this service. 5 VHF channels are allocated, with a multitude of subaudible tones to control squelch.

MURS is the Multi-Use Radio Service.

Radios must be type-certified by the FCC for legal use in the USA.

Power not to exceed 2 Watts

Any kind of antenna system is permitted

5 Channels are allocated for this service:

The 154 MHz channels can be operated on the standard 25 kHz wide band or narrow band mode.

The 151 MHz channels can only be operated in narrow band mode.

  • 151.820 MHz
  • 151.880 MHz
  • 151.940 MHz
  • 154.570 MHz
  • 154.600 MHz

Each of the five frequencies can not only transmit voice, but also data.