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Back in November 1981 on 2nd when UK CB became legal on 27MHz FM we were also legally allowed to use 934MHz which was in
the UHF band and ran alongside 27/81 but was labelled as CB 934/81. The frequencies ran from 934.025 to 934.975 (50kHz steps) but
it never took off very well partly due to the manufacturing companies taking a while to get the UHF sets made and affordable to the
general public. The radio's were far more expensive than the traditional 27MHz band ones.
In September 1983 the frequencies changed in accordance to the CEPT plans and spacing was lowered by 12.5KHz. The frequency
moved from 934.0125 to 934.9625, it was about this time also that cordless home telephones were given the frequency 47/1.7 MHz.
The existing 934 sets were returnable to be re-set to the new frequencies. The earlier sets were supplied by Reftec who ceased trading
in October 1984. After Reftec ceased trading the new sets, Cybernet Delta 1 and Kestrel Commtel cornered the market.

31st December 1998 was the day the 934 service was removed from CB enthusiasts. 1st.January 1999 saw the 934MHz CB band
illegalised for CB use.
1
934.0125 MHz
2
934.0625 MHz
3
934.1125 MHz
4
934.1625 MHz
5
934.2125 MHz
6
934.2625 MHz
7
934.3125 MHz
8
934.3625 MHz
9
934.4125 MHz
10
934.4625 MHz
11
934.5125 MHz
12
934.5625 MHz
13
934.6125 MHz
14
934.6625 MHz
15
934.7125 MHz
16
934.7625 MHz
17
934.8125 MHz
18
934.8625 MHz
19
934.9125 MHz
20
934.9625 MHz
Original 20 UK 934MHz frequencies and equivalent channel, channel 20 was the calling channel
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