The 2-way radio channel normally used by the Subaru 4WD Club is UHF Ch 10.
With the introduction a couple of years ago of 80 channel UHF radios, more channels are available for general use. The special use channels between Ch 1 and Ch 40 have not changed.
|Initial Call||11||To call or locate another station. Parties then switch to another channel to converse|
|Conversations||9; 12-17; 19-21; 24-30; 39; 49-60; 64-70; 79-80||Used for general conversations between stations|
|4WD Users||10||Generally used by 4WD Clubs and groups|
|Caravanners & Campers||18||Holiday makers and travelers when in convoy and in national parks|
|Highway Communications||40||Mainly used by truck drivers and other regular highway users. Language may be rather strong|
|Emergency Calling||5||Can only be used in an emergency|
Established by Law
|1 - 8; 41-48||Used in Duplex Mode to widen the area of communication through a repeater station. Will occupy 2 channels when in use, eg. 1 & 31; up to 8 & 38. Should be avoided unless in an emergency|
|Data Transmission||22 & 23||No voice transmissions allowed on these two channels|
|Reserved||31-38; 61-63; 71-78||Reserved for repeaters and future expansion - do not use|