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The only one citizen band radio organization in Indonesia is RAPI, "Radio Antar Penduduk Indonesia" (Indonesian Inter-Citizen Radio) established on November 10, 1980 as decided in a government decision called as "Keputusan Direktorat Jenderal Pos dan Telekomunikasi No. 125/Dirjen/1980". Until today, the date of November 10 is known as the birthday of RAPI.

The main legal basis for RAPI and citizen band radio activities in Indonesia is a minister decision called as "Keputusan Menteri Perhubungan No. SI. 11/HK 501/Phb-80 tentang Perizinan Penyelenggaraan Komunikasi Radio Antar Penduduk (KRAP)" stated by the Indonesian government dated October 6, 1980. Finally, you could see the logo of RAPI is as follows:

RAPI Logo

Frequency allocations for citizen band radio in Indonesia are regulated in a government decision called as "Surat Keputusan Direktorat Jenderal Pos dan Telekomunikasi No. 92/Dirjen/1994 tentang Ketentuan Pelaksanaan Komunikasi Radio Antar Penduduk (KRAP)". The regulation arranges frequency allocations for citizen band radio in Indonesia as follows:

HF (High Frequency)
26.960 - 27.415 MHz divided into 40 channels
27.065 MHz (channel 9) is used for emergency news

VHF (Very High Frequency)
142.0375 - 143.5375 MHz divided into 60 channels
142.2500 MHz (channel 9) is used for emergency news

UHF (Ultra High Frequency)
476.410 - 477.415 MHz divided into 40 channels
476.625 MHz (channel 9) is used for emergency news

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