CB (or Citizens Band) radios were for communications between private citizens like truck drivers, radio-controlled plane operators, and businesses. The Citizens Band was available in 1945 and CB radios were most popular in the 1970s. #radiocontrolplanes #radiocontrolledairplanes
Everything you need to know about CB Radios and why they are an important part of any good survival communications plan. During a disaster, the ability to communicate is going to be one of your top priorities.
Al Gross, also known as Phineas Thaddeus Veeblefetzer, granddaddy of citizens' band radio, who tinkered with all manner of electronic gear before people just had to have them. –NYT Born in Toronto, Canada he began his interest with amateur radio. He invented the walkie-talkie, the wireless pager & cordless telephone. He pioneered citizens band radio. His patents led to technological breakthroughs that became icons of the late 20th century, such as the cellular telephone.