A MURS station is not required to transmit a station identification announcement.
The channels authorized to MURS systems
are available on a shared basis only and will not be assigned for the exclusive use of any entity.
Those using MURS transmitters must cooperate in the selection and use of channels in order to reduce interference and make the most effective
use of authorized facilities. Channels must be selected in an effort to avoid interference to other MURS transmissions.
MURS operation is authorized anywhere a CB station is authorized:
MURS operation is NOT authorized aboard aircraft in flight. There may be special rules that apply to operations near Puerto Rico or the Arecibo Observatory.
- Within or over any area of the world where radio services are regulated by the FCC. Those areas are within the territorial limits of:
- The fifty United States
- The District of Columbia
Caribbean Insular areas
- Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
- Navassa Island
- United States Virgin Islands (50 islets and cays)
Pacific Insular areas
- American Samoa (seven islands)
- Baker Island
- Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands
- Guam Island
- Howland Island
- Jarvis Island
- Johnston Island (Islets East, Johnston, North and Sand)
- Kingman Reef
- Midway Island (Islets Eastern and Sand)
- Palmyra Island (more than 50 islets)
- Wake Island
- Any other area of the world, except within the territorial limits of areas where radio services are regulated by:
- An agency of the United States other than the FCC (You are subject to its rules.)
- Any foreign government (You are subject to its rules.)
- Aboard any vessel of the United States, with the permission of the captain, while the vessel is traveling either domestically or in international waters.