How your cb can serve you?

  How your cb can serve you?

1- Warn of traffic problems 

2- Provide weather and road data 

3-Provide help in event of an emergency 

4- Provide direct contact with home or office 

5- Assist police by reporting erratic drivers 

6- Get “local information” to find destination 

7- Communicate with family and friends 

8 – Suggest spots to eat and sleep

9- Keep you alert while traveling

Cobra HH38WXST_Handheld_CB_Radio 

CB 10-Codes

Citizen Bands have adopted the “10-CODES” for

standard questions and answers. These codes

provide quick and easy communication, especially

in noisy areas. Following are some of the more

common codes and meanings:

Code Meaning

10-1 Receiving poorly

10-2 Receiving well

10-3 Stop transmitting

10-4 OK, message received

10-5 Relay message

10-6 Busy, stand by

10-7 Out of service, leaving

10-8 In service, subject to call

10-9 Repeat message

10-10 Transmission completed standing by

10-11 Talking too rapidly

10-12 Visitors present

10-13 Advise weather/roads

10-16 Make pick up at

10-17 Urgent business

10-18 Anything for us?

10-19 Return to base

10-20 My location is

10-21 Call by phone

10-22 Report in person to

10-23 Stand by

10-24 Completed last assignment

10-25 Can you contact

10-26 Disregard last info

10-27 Moving to channel

10-28 Identify your station

Code Meaning

10-29 Time is up for contact

10-30 Does not conform to FCC rules

10-33 Emergency traffic

10-34 Trouble at this station

10-35 Confidential information

10-36 Correct time is

10-37 Wrecker needed at

10-38 Ambulance needed

10-39 Message delivered

10-41 Turn to channel

10-42 Traffic accident at

10-43 Traffic tie up at

10-44 Have a message for

10-45 All units within range please report

10-50 Break channel

10-60 What is next message number?

10-62 Unable to copy.Use phone

10-63 Net directed to

10-64 Net clear

10-65 Awaiting your next message/assignment

10-67 All units comply

10-70 Fire at

10-71 Proceed, transmission in sequence

10-77 Negative contact

10-81 Reserve hotel room for

10-82 Reserve room for

10-85 My address is

10-91 Talk closer to mic

10-93 Check my frequency on this channel

10-94 Give me a long count

10-99 Mission completed, all units secure

10-200 Police needed at

1. Set to channel 9 for emergencies

Be sure antenna is properly connected.

2. CB Distress Data

When transmitting an emergency, you should

request a “REACT BASE” and provide the CB

distress data (called CLIP):

C all Sign Identify yourself.

L ocation Be exact.

I njuries Number.Type.Trapped?

P roblem Give details and help needed.

Transmit CLIP repeatedly so any monitor can assist.

jokerman electronics


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