CB receiver.

CB receiver. Any receiver that operates in the Personal Radio Services on frequencies designated for CB Radio Service stations, as well as any receiver provided with a separate band specifically designed to receive the transmissions of CB stations in the Personal Radio Services. This includes the following:
(1) A CB receiver sold as a separate unit of equipment;
(2) The receiver section of a CB transceiver;
(3) A converter to be used with any receiver for the purpose of receiving CB transmissions; and
(4) A multiband receiver that includes a band labelled “CB” or “11-meter” in which such band can be separately selected, except that an Amateur Radio Service receiver that was manufactured prior to January 1, 1960, and which includes an 11-meter band shall not be considered to be a CB receiver.


47 CFR § 15.3

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