Part 95 Certified Radios should be used on FRS and MURS

The Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) uses channels in the 151 – 154 MHz spectrum range. The most common use of MURS channels is for short-distance, two-way communications using small, portable hand-held radios that function similar to walkie-talkies.

MURS is authorized five channels that were previously in the industrial/business radio service and were known as the “color dot” frequencies in Part 90 of the FCC rules.

Who can use MURS frequencies?
No licenses are required or issued for MURS within the United States. Any person is authorized to use the MURS frequencies given that it: Is not a foreign government or a representative of a foreign government. Uses the transmitter in accordance with 47 CFR.