934

Nov. 1981
20 channels at 934MHz FM were made legal to the British public at the start of legal UK CB in 1981, alongside the 40 channels on 27MHz. At first the frequencies ran from 934.025 to 934.975 (50kHz steps), but this would change later.

July. 1983.
In July 1983 it was announced that the channels would be moved down 12.5kHz (from 934.0125 to 934.9625) in line with a CEPT plan.

1981 Frequencies 50kHz steps

1983 Frequencies 12.5kHz steps

Channel 1 934.025
Channel 2 934.075
Channel 3 934.125
Channel 4 934.175
Channel 5 934.225
Channel 6 934.275
Channel 7 934.325
Channel 8 934.375
Channel 9 934.425
Channel 10 934.475
Channel 11 934.525
Channel 12 934.575
Channel 13 934.625
Channel 14 934.675
Channel 15 934.725
Channel 16 934.775
Channel 17 934.825
Channel 18 934.875
Channel 19 934.925
Channel 20 934.975
Channel 1 934.0125
Channel 2 934.0625
Channel 3 934.1125
Channel 4 934.1625
Channel 5 934.2125
Channel 6 934.2625
Channel 7 934.3125
Channel 8 934.3625
Channel 9 934.4125
Channel 10 934.4625
Channel 11 934.5125
Channel 12 934.5625
Channel 13 934.6125
Channel 14 934.6625
Channel 15 934.7125
Channel 16 934.7625
Channel 17 934.8125
Channel 18 934.8625
Channel 19 934.9125
Channel 20 934.9625

Calling Channel was 20

The cost of 934MHz radios up to £500 would be a bit much for most people

Looks like the frequencies are now used by mobile phones 

There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.
800MHz (Band 20)
900MHz (Band 8)
1800MHz (Band 3)
2100MHz (Band 1)
2600MHz (Band 7)

Reftec 934

Cybernet Delta 1

Commtel NPR 934

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