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Select a communications system that fits your needs best. Avoid a helpless risky situation, stay connected with a radio system. Eleminate worry with an essential lifeline in case of emergencies.
Think about the last time you were stuck in traffic, and you have no idea what was going on ahead. You're stuck moving at 5 mph without knowing the reason why, or how long you should expect to wait. CB radios give you access and availability to a local network of people, people who you couldn't call on your phone because you don't know them, but people who for miles and miles would have been telling everyone with CB radios to take the previous exit because of the accident ahead. You cannot get this on a cellular phone. CB radios have their own dedicated channels, and come with a certification allowing you to use them without the need for a license or in-depth technical proficiency usually required from other types of citizen radio services such as Amateur Radio.
Consider the following if you haven’t decided yet
One size definitely does not fit all. It all depends on the amount of space you have in your vehicle. Jeeps have limited space, so the most popular choices are CB radio systems with a small form factor
Weather updates (NOAA)? Backlit controls for better visibility in the dark? The choice is yours depending on your needs
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The RF gain features allows you to configure the sensitivity of the receiver, filtering out weaker signals, clearing some noise for the transmission you want to listen for
The ANL is a smart filter, it blocks out transmissions coming below or above the CB frequency, cleaning much of the noise for a crisp and clear audio.
The NOAA (In short) operates 24/7 channels with nationwide coverage. This channel provides useful information about the weather, hazard warnings and more. Useful for off-road drivers but also for truckers who might be affected by weather conditions.
Auto 9/19 are fast access buttons to the most used CB channels - 9 and 19 9 is the emergency channel, 19 is the trucker channel A matter of convenience
Essentially external and more powerful speakers you can output your microphone/radio to, for the whole world to enjoy
Squelch filters out the static you can hear when no one is transmitting, or in-between transmissions. Your ears will thank you
You can control everything just fine, but wouldn't it also be great if you could see all those knobs and controls at night? that's a feature, a pretty comfortable one at that. Some models have LCD screens, this means you can usually configure them for different colors or illumination at night
Jeep is a brand of American automobile and also a division of FCA US LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Italian-American corporation Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. It’s easier than ever to install a CB radio in it for yourself. Whether you drive a Wrangler, a Gladiator or any other Jeep. We have thousands of products in stock and ready to ship. Including Mounting solutions made just for your specific year Jeep or other off-road vehicles, whether on the rear door, rear bumper, front bumper or the fender, we’ve got a mount or even a complete kit for you.
Before you start to shop for all the parts, It’s important to understand that there isn’t a singular “best” CB Radio device for your Jeep. Consult the feature list to understand your priorities and budget and consider the following -
The 40 Channel CB Radio band has some designated channels such as 9 for emergencies, 19 for truckers on east-west roads and 17 for north-south. Different off-road groups have their own channels. But generally, many jeep drivers use the channel 16. Why, you ask? Because it’s 4X4. No other reason we can discern If you’re not sure of a channel’s designation, it’s best you listen for a while and try to understand if there is any code of conduct or prevailing usage
Two of the most important factors for the range and performance of your CB Radio are:
Antennas make or break a radio system, if you want to be able to receive and transmit properly you need to get the right one, place it right and mount it safely.
Ideally the antenna is a quarter of the wavelength, for CB that means 8.5 feet For many vehicles that is simply not practical. That’s why coils are used to make it longer (in an electromagnetic sense) without actually making it higher. Coils usually look like balls or lumps in the antenna, they can be located at the bottom, referred to as bottom loaded. Middle, referred to as middle loaded and top, called top loaded antenna What’s important is that the coil be placed above the roofline
HS812TNKT Complete 12 foot coax cable with removable PL-259 connector, and low profile antenna stud built right onto the coax! Works well with fender mounts, or any install where a standard connector might get in the way.