Last updated in March of 2009
"http://sayhi.to/riverrat" or "http://riverrat728.4t.com"
River Rat's CB Page!
I can usually be found monitoring Bangor's two locals...
Channel 2 (26.975 MHz AM)
Channel 81 low (26.815 MHz AM)

During DX conditions, I can usually be found CQing on...
Frequency 27.555 MHz USB
...using the "Tango Mike Group" call sign,
"2-TM-728"

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*** NOTICE ***
The majority of the local CB members
didn't want to be broadcasted over
the internet anymore so I respectively
ceased the stream on February 15th, 2009.
Thanks to any of you who had listened.

My base location in the world...
(A zoom-in looping slide show)

My base station antenna elevation above sea level is...
225' above at the ground level and...
277' above at the antenna's tip!

My home base "local" estimated transmission range...
Click this picture for the full-size map.
* Within the red is clear
* Between the red and blue is fair
* Between the blue and black is scratchy
* Beyond the black is primarily out of range

Info about the current radio equipment I use...

My home base setup...

For my bedroom base, I use a Cobra 2000GTL with an Astatic Silver K Eagle desk mic along with a Pioneer SE-30A headset.

For my living room base, I use a Galaxy DX-2517 with an Astatic Night Eagle desk mic.

Both radios run off a Solid State 150 and only the Cobra radio runs the TalkForce VoIP program for online streaming.

For an antenna, I use a Solarcon I-Max 2000 with the ground plane kit. Both home base radios run off this antenna by a Gold Line coaxial switch.

In my vehicle, I use a Galaxy Mirage 9900 with an Astatic D104-M6B hand held mic along with a Palomar 225. For an antenna, I use a Wilson 5000 magnet mount.


(Click here for a few more photos of my current setup.)

Other worthy equipment I own...

Below are picture links to a few other radio equipment I own
and are worth mentioning. I do not currently use them but
saving them for a rainy day. I added a run-down of the
finer features on each...

* Cobra 148FGTL DX+ (Export radio) - 12 bands, 6 digit freq
counter, 12w AM/FM, 21w SSB, and roger beep

* Astatic Echo Max 2000 (Desk mic) - Push-to-talk,
lock button, mic gain control, echo control, and ETS tones.

* Road Noise EC-2024 (Handheld power mic) - Echo level
and roger beep.

* Turner JM+2/U (Handheld power mic) - Mic gain level, 7v
battery, and it's as sensitive as a D104 mic.

* Pyramid PS-21KX (20amp power supply) - An amperage meter and a protection warning light.
* Top One (Aluminum base antenna) - Old Avanti Astro Plane
style. 5/8 wave, 2000 watt max, 12 foot, 4lbs, 4.46 dBi and a vertical polarity.


A few other UN-pictured odds and ends I have are as followed...

* For radios... A Uniden Pro510XL, a Cobra 25 LTD, a Palomar 21 (23 channel), a Colt 210, a Prominent (23 channel), and a Midland 77-888. I also have a handheld Uniden 40-channel radio and a Realistic mobile 40-channel radio that are both in deep storage that I can't remember the model numbers of off the top of my head.

* For microphones... A generic power mic with echo and roger beep, a Ranger stock mic with the channel up/down buttons, 4-5 cobra stock mics, a Browning Eagle stock mic, 2 Realistic stock mics, 2 Uniden stock mics, and 2 Galaxy stock mics.

* Other than that, I have a few SWR meters, a 3amp power supply, tons of mounting brackets, 5-6 power cords, a PA speaker, 2 Cobra external speakers, and a variety of antenna/mic connectors.

Frequencies for CB radios in the United States ...
Plus known local channels for different areas of Maine

Ch - Freqency
1  -  27.965
2  -  27.975
3  -  27.985 (Rockland area)
4  -  27.005 (Bangor area)
5  -  27.015
6  -  27.025
7  -  27.035
8  -  27.055
9  -  27.065
10 -  27.075 
11 -  27.085
12 -  27.105 (Waterville area)
13 -  27.115 
14 -  27.125 
15 -  27.135 
16 -  27.155
17 -  27.165 (Augusta areas)
18 -  27.175 
19 -  27.185
20 -  27.205
21 -  27.215 (Lewiston/Auburn area)
22 -  27.225 (Skowhegan area)
23 -  27.255 
24 -  27.235 
25 -  27.245 (Rumford/Mexico area)
26 -  27.265 
27 -  27.275 
28 -  27.285 (Eastport area)
29 -  27.295 
30 -  27.305 
31 -  27.315 (Portland area)
32 -  27.325 (Sanford area)
33 -  27.335 
34 -  27.345 
35 -  27.355 
36 -  27.365
37 -  27.375
38 -  27.385
39 -  27.395
40 -  27.405

Other CB channel info of interest...
* Channel 1 is often used by Canadian truck drivers.
* Channels 5 and 10 are often used by Canadian-French truck drivers.
* Channel 6 is a popular place for operators using high wattage.
* Channel 9 is reserved for emergencies only in the USA.
* Channel 19 is the most common place for truck drivers.
* Channel 38 (LSB) is the national calling frequency.
* Channels 36-40 are primarily used for single side band use.

(Any frequency below channel 1 or
above channel 40, within the 11-meter
band and from the USA, are in the
range of what's called "Free-band".)

26.285 Mhz USB is the calling frequency for the 26 MHz range.

26.715 Mhz AM is a high wattage frequency used by operators who
speak Spanish.

27.275 MHz USB is a common frequency for South Africa.

27.355 MHz LSB is a common frequency for Australia.

27.420 MHz USB is a common frequency for New Zealand.

27.455 MHz USB is the French calling frequency.

27.500 MHz SSB is a common frequency for Italy.

27.505 MHz AM/FM is called "Channel 50" which is a common meeting
frequency off the regular CB band.

27.515 MHz LSB is a common frequency for South America and the
Caribben

27.530 MHz SSB is a common frequency for Brazil.

27.555 MHz USB is the International Calling frequency.

27.920 MHz LSB is a common frequency for Canada and Alaska.

27.980 MHz SSB is a common frequency for Kuwait.

Below is the frequency chart for the UK...

Ch - Frequency
1  -  27.601
2  -  27.611
3  -  27.621
4  -  27.631
5  -  27.641
6  -  27.651
7  -  27.661
8  -  27.671
9  -  27.681
10 -  27.691
11 -  27.701
12 -  27.711
13 -  27.721
14 -  27.731
15 -  27.741
16 -  27.751
17 -  27.761
18 -  27.771
19 -  27.781
20 -  27.791
21 -  27.801
22 -  27.811
23 -  27.821
24 -  27.831
25 -  27.841
26 -  27.851
27 -  27.861
28 -  27.871
29 -  27.881
30 -  27.891
31 -  27.901
32 -  27.911
33 -  27.921
34 -  27.931
35 -  27.941
36 -  27.951
37 -  27.961
38 -  27.971
39 -  27.981
40 -  27.991
 


Common CB abbreviations ...

AC    =  Alternating Current (VAC=Volts..)
ACC   =  Accessory
AF    =  Audio Frequency
AFC   =  Automatic Frequency Control
AGC   =  Automatic Gain Control
ALC   =  Automatic Limiting Control
AM    =  Amplitued Modulation
ANF   =  Automatic Notch Filter
ANL   =  Automatic Noise Limiter
ANT   =  Antenna
APC   =  Automatic Power Control
ARRL  =  American Radio Relay League
AUX   =  Auxiliary
BCI   =  Broadcast Interference
BFO   =  Beat Frequency Oscillator
BPF   =  Band Pass Filter
CAL   =  Calibration
CH    =  Channel
CQ    =  Come Quick (CQD=..Distress)
CTCSS =  Continuous Tone-Coded Squelch System
CW    =  Continuous Wave (Morse Code)
DB    =  Decibels
DC    =  Direct Current (VDC=Volts..)
DE    =  French for "From" or "This is"
DSB   =  Double Sideband
DX    =  Distance
EBS   =  Emergency Broadcast System
EME   =  Earth Moon Earth
EMI   =  Electro-Magnetic Interference
ERP   =  Effective Radiated Power
ETS   =  End Of Transmission
EXT   =  External
FCC   =  Federal Communications Commission
FM    =  Frequency Modulation (NBFM=NarrowBand..) (WFM=Wideband..)
FRS   =  Family Radio Service
FS    =  Field Strength
GMRS  =  General Mobile Radio Service
HAAT  =  Height Above Average Terrain
HF    =  High Frequency (VHF=Very..) (UHF=Ultra..)
HPF   =  High Pass Filter
IC    =  Integrated Circuit
ID    =  Indentification
IF    =  Intermediate Frequency
IMD   =  Inter-Modulation Distortion
K     =  Morse code abbreviation for "go ahead" or "over"
KHZ   =  Kilohertz
LMRS  =  Land Mobile Radio Service
LF    =  Low Frequency
LPF   =  Low Pass Filter
LSB   =  Lower Sideband
LX    =  Local
MARS  =  Military Affiliate Radio Service
MF    =  Medium Frequency
MHZ   =  Megahertz
MIC   =  Microphone
MOD   =  Modulation
MURS  =  Multi-Use Radio Service
NB    =  Noise Blanker
NF    =  Noise Filter
NR    =  Noise Reduction
PA    =  Public Address or Power Amplifier
PEP   =  Peak Envelope Power
PL    =  Private Line
PLL   =  Phase Locked Loop
PTT   =  Push To Talk
PWR   =  Power
REC   =  Recording
RF    =  Radio Frequency (RFI=..Interference)
RMS   =  Root Mean Square
RX    =  Receive
SC    =  Suppressed Carrier
SID   =  Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance
SOS   =  Save Our Souls
SP    =  Speaker
SQ/SQL=  Squelch
SSB   =  Single-sideband
SW    =  Short Wave (SWL=..Listener)
SWR   =  Standard Wave Ratio (PSWR=Power...)(VSWR=Voltage...)
TVI   =  Television Interference
TX    =  Transmit
USB   =  Upper Sideband
UTC   =  Universal Time Coordinated
V     =  Volts
VFO   =  Variable Frequency Oscillator
VL    =  Voice Lock
VOL   =  Volume
VOX   =  Voice-Operated Transmission
VR    =  Variable Resistor
VSB   =  Vestigial Sideband
W     =  Watt
WX    =  Weather

Common CB lingo/slang ...


A channels ... +10KHz jump used on certain channels (3,7,11,15,19).
All good numbers ... Best wishes
Ankle biter(s) ... Children
Antenna farm ... A home base location with multiple antennas.
As the crow flys ... Distance in a straight line.
Back door ... Something behind you.
Back(ing) out ... Stopping transmission but still listening.
Bambi ... A deer
Barefoot ... Using no extra power.
Base (or base station) ... A transceiver used at a fixed location.
Beacon ... A station transmitting information repeatedly.
Beam ... A directional antenna.
Bean Town ... Boston, MA
Bear ... Police officer
Bear bait ... Somebody driving over the speed limit.
Bear trap ... Hidden police car using a radar.
Bells & whistles ... A radio with toys and/or modifications.
Big 10-4 ... Strongly in agreement.
Bleeding over ... Interference from an adjacent channel.
Blew/Blowing my doors off ... Strong signal or very loud
Blowing smoke ... A strong signal with loud modulation.
Boob tube ... Television set
Bootlegger ... An operator running an illegal station.
Bootlegging ... Scanning frequencies outside regular 40.
Box ... Linear amplifier
Boy scout ... A state trooper.
Break(er)... To cut in on a conversation already in progress.
Breaking up ... Troubles hearing an operator.
Bucket of bolts ... An 18-wheeler truck. (Also a transceiver barely working)
BTO - Big Time Operator
Bugging out ... An operator who leaves a specific conversation or frequency.
Button pusher ... An operator who reapeatedly keys and de-keys with no audio.
Call sign ... A sequence of numbers/letters to identify an operator.
Camera ... A police radar.
Carrier ... A transmission used without any audio or modulation.
Cash register ... Toll booth
Cat and mouse ... A friendly hide and seek game between mobile units.
Catch you on the flip flop ... Talk to you again on my return trip.
Chicken choker / Choke the chicken ... Grip-to-talk microphones
Chrome dome ... A mobile unit with an antenna on the center of the roof.
Clean shot ... A signal between operators that are free of obstructions.
Clear ... Final transmission
Coax ... Cable wire used to ultimately connect a radio to an antenna.
Coil ... A conductor wound into a series of loops to shorten a length.
Come back/again ... Repeat your previous transmission.
Come on ... Ready for your return transmission.
Cone ... A directional antenna.
Copy (or copy that) ... Understood what another operator said.
Copying the mail ... An operator who takes a moment to listen to RX.
County mountie ... A county sheriff
Covered up ... A transmission over another.
Cut the coax ... A threat or action to force an operator off the air.
Cutting in and out ... Refers to momentary losses of audio during TX.
Darth Vader ... A sideband transmission heard off frequency.
Dead key ... A transmission used without any audio or modulation.
Decoy ... An unmanned police car parked in open sight to slow traffic down.
Dipole ... A 1/2 wavelength antenna that consists of wire.
Donald Duck ... A sideband transmission heard off frequency.
Doubled ... Two operators who transmitted at the same time.
Double Ds ... Dunkin' Donuts
Double L ... Land Line or telephone call.
Down and out/gone ... An operator who ends a specific transmission.
Down in a hole ... An operator who is in a valley or low elevation.
Do you copy ... Did you hear my last transmission.
Dragon wagon ... A wrecker or tow vehicle
Dress for sale ... A hooker
Dropped out of sight ... A RX signal that suddenly gets weak or fades out.
Dummy load ... An accessory allowing a device to TX without a signal.
Duplex ... A system that uses two frequencies for transmissions.
DX land ... Long distant operators
Eighty Eights (88s) ... Hugs & Kisses
Eleven meter band ... The CB radio band
Extras ... A radio with more frequencies than a regular 40 channel one.
Fading in and out ... A RX signal strength slowly changing around.
Feedback ... Looping regenerated audio between a mic and speaker.
Feeding the bear ... Paying a speeding ticket.
Fifty ones (51s) ... Greetings
Fine as kind ... Doing well
Fire in the wire ... Transmitting a lot of wattage.
First personal ... Your first name
Flip side ... Return trip
Flowers ... Compliment
Footwarmer ... Linear amplifier
For sure ... Absolutely
Forty Two (42) ... Acknowledgment
Four ten (4-10) ... Acknowledgment
Four wheeler ... A passenger vehicle with 4 tires
Fox hunt ... A friendly hide and seek game between mobile units.
Fugitive ... An operator that has a radio conversation away from his local.
Gallon ... A radio setup transmitting 1,000 watts of power.
Get down ... Your turn to press your mic to transmit.
Getting out ... How well an operator is heard.
Give me a shout ... Talk to me on the radio.
Gone ... An operator leaving the channel or their radio.
Good buddy ... A homosexual
Goodies ... Desirable radio accessories.
Got your ears on ... Are you listening.
Granny lane ... The right-hand slow lane.
Grounded or grounding ... An electrical connection to the earth.
Ground plane ... Radials that droop downward on a vertical antenna.
Hamburger helper ... Linear amplifier
Hammer lane ... The left-hand fast lane.
Hamster ... An ametuer/ham operator.
Hand-held ... A transceiver small enough to keep on your person.
Handle ... CB name or nickname
Harmonic ... A TX shadow/echo signal off an orignal frequency.
Heater ... Linear amplifier
Hide & Seek ... One mobile operator trying to find another.
High driver ... A linear that can handle a lot of input power.
Home twenty ... Your location
Howling ... A low pitched squeal usually caused by bad SWRs.
Idiot box ... Television set
I'm gone ... End of my transmission.
In a short or short-short ... Be back very soon.
In the strawberry patch ... A received signal being in the red zone.
Jordon ... Channel 23 on the CB radio.
Juice ... Wattage
Keying ... Activating a mic over and over without talking.
Kicker ... Linear amplifier
Kicking it in the ass ... Amount of wattage into a linear.
Kiddie car ... A school bus
Land line ... Telephone call
Lollipop ... A microphone
Loud and proud ... An operator who receives an excellent transmission.
Making the trip ... How well an operator is heard.
Mama ... Wife or girlfriend
Meat wagon ... An ambulance
Mickey D's ... McDonald's
Mobile ... A transceiver mounted in a vehicle.
Mobile matress ... A camper or RV.
Modulator ... A type of linear amplifier that is specifically driven by audio.
Monitor(ing) ... An operator who is just listening on a channel.
Motion lotion ... Fuel or gas
Mud Duck ... A weak station or an operator using only the legal power limit.
Multiplex ... A system that is more commonly known as a repeater.
Negatory ... No or negative
Nightcrawlers ... Police on patrol late at night.
Niner ... The number nine.
On the side ... Stopping transmission but still listening.
Other half ... Relationship partner
Over ... Your turn to talk
Overdriving ... Refers to modulation that is so loud that it distorts.
Part 95 ... Refers to the FCC rules and regulations of CB usage.
Peanut butter ears ... An operator who isn't listening to what another says.
Pinning the needle ... Very strong receive signal
Poor Man's Road ... An alternate route in which tolls are avoided.
Pounds ... Signal strengh on a radio's meter.
Pulling the plug ... Signing off or last transmission
Putting out ... Refers to the amount of power being transmitted.
QSL card ... A type of calling card exchanged between two operators.
Radio check ... Calling out for anybody to answer a transmission.
Read ... To receive or hear.
Rebound ... Return trip
Rig ... A transceiver.
Road pizza ... Flattened road kill.
Roger (or roger that) ... Okay or acknowledgment
Roger beep ... A tone made at the end of an operator's transmission.
Rosebowl ... Channel 26 on the CB radio band.
Rugrats ... Kids or children
Running ... Using
Salt shaker ... A snow plow
Sandbagging ... An operator who is only listening.  Stand by.
Sandbox ... A truck hauling dirt.
Scanning the band ... Flipping through all the channels.
Screeching ... A high-pitched squeal usually being a grounding issue.
Seventy threes (73s) ... Best wishes
Shooting the breeze ... A normal radio conversation.
Simplex ... A system that uses only one frequency for transmissions.
Six wheeler ... Any vehicle with 6 tires touching the ground.
Skip ... ***SCROLL TO THE END OF THIS LIST FOR A BETTER EXPLANATION***
Skippers ... Operators who regularly talk DX.
Skipland ... Long distant operators
Slaughter house ... Channel 11 on the CB radio.
Slider ... A device that can slide across a range of frequencies.
Slug ... A plug-in unit for a watt meter for measuring power levels.
Smokey ... Police officer
Smokin ... A station coming in very clear on another operator's radio.
Sneaker ... Linear amplifier
Snowshoes ... Linear amplifier
Souped up ... A modified radio
Splashing/splattering over ... A transmission heard on an adjacent channel.
Split ... A mode where the TX and RX frequency is different.
Squealing ... A loud shrill during radio TX.
Stepped on ... A transmission over another.
S-units ... Signal strengh on a radio's meter.
Superbowl ... Channel 6 on the CB radio band.
Swamp donkey ... A moose
Swing ... Refers to how much a needle moves on a radio's meter.
Taking pictures ... Police using a radar or speed detector.
Talking to the wind ... Contact with operators through skip signals.
Ten codes ... ***REFER TO THE NEXT SECTION BELOW***
Ten roger ... Message received.
Tooled up ... A transceiver that has been modified.
Toys ... Radio accessories (echo, roger beeps, robot voice, etc)
Thanks for the flowers ... Appreciation for kind words from an operator.
Wall to wall ... Very strong signal
Wally World ... Walmart
Walked over ... A transmission over another.
Walking the dog ... Clear transmission over another operator(s).
Waving a hand ... Saying hello
We're trying ... An operator attempting to make contact.
Wheeling & dealing ... Refers to swaping and trading items by vehicle.
Whip - A long antenna.
Yard stick ... A highway mile marker
Yokel ... A village, small town, or city police officer.

10 Codes (for CB) ...

Code	Meaning

10-1	Receiving Poorly
10-2	Receiving Well
10-3	Stop Transmitting
10-4	Okay
10-5	Relay Message
10-6	Busy
10-7	Out of service
10-8	In service
10-9	Repeat
10-10	Transmission completed
10-11	Talking too rapidly
10-12	Visitors present
10-13	Weather/Road conditions
10-16	Make pickup at...
10-17	Urgent business
10-18	Anything for us?
10-19	Return to Base
10-20	My Location
10-21	Telephone call
10-22	Report in person
10-23	Stand by
10-24	Completed last info
10-25	Can you contact
10-26	Disregard last info
10-27	Moving to channel...
10-28	Identify your station
10-29	Time is up for contact
10-30	Doesn't conform to FCC rules
10-32	Radio check
10-33	EMRGENCY TRAFFIC
10-34	Trouble at station
10-35	Confidential info
10-36	Correct time
10-37	Wrecker needed
10-38	Ambulance needed
10-39	Message delivered
10-41	Turn back to channel...
10-42	Traffic accident, OK
10-43	Traffic tie up
10-44	Message for you
10-45	All units
10-50	Break channel
10-55   Vehicle accident
10-60	Next message number
10-62	Unable to copy, use phone
10-63	Net directed to...
10-64	Net clear
10-65	Awaiting next message
10-67	All units comply
10-70	Fire
10-71	Proceed with transmission in sequence
10-77	Negative contact
10-81	Reserve hotel room
10-82	Reserve room
10-84	Telephone number
10-91	Talk Closer to mike
10-93	Check Frequency
10-94	Give long count
10-99	All units secure
10-100	Bathroom Break
10-200	Police needed
Phoenetic Alphabet ...

A	Alpha
B	Bravo
C	Charlie
D	Delta
E	Echo
F	Foxtrot
G	Gulf
H	Hotel
I	India
J	Juliet
K	Kilo
L	Lima
M	Mike
N	November
O	Oscar
P	Papa
Q	Qubec
R	Romeo
S	Sierra
T	Tango
U	Uniform
V	Victor
W	Wiskey
X	Xray
Y	Yankee
Z	Zulu
Common "Q" Signals ...

QRG...exact frequency
QRH...frequency variation
QRI...tone of transmission
QRJ...receiving badly
QRK...intelligibilly of signal-bad, poor, fair, good, excellent
QRL...busy; do not interfere
QRM...transmission being interfered with
QRN...troubled by static
QRO...increasing power
QRP...decreasing power
QRQ...sending faster
QRS...send more slowly
QRT...stop sending
QRU...anything for me; nothing for you
QRV...ready
QRW...informing that someone's calling on kHz
QRX...when will you call again?; call you again at...
QRY...turn is number...
QRZ...someone calling
QSA...signal strength
QSB...signal fading
QSD...keying is defective
QSG...sending _____ messages at a time
QSK...break on transmission; if can be heard between signals
QSL...acknowledging receipt
QSM...repeating messages
QSN...hearing someone on _____ kHz
QSO...can communicate with _____ direct or by relay.
QSP...relay message to _____
QST...message addressed to all ham and ARRL members "CQ"
QSU...send or relay on this frequency
QSW...send on this frequency
QSX...listen to _____ on _____ kHz
QSY...change to transmit on another frequency
QSZ...send each word or group more than once
QTA...cancel message number _____
QTB...do you agree with my counting of words?
QTC...amount of messages to send
QTH...your location
QTR...correct time
Country Division Numbers ...

Prefix	Name

 1	Italy
 2	United States of America
 3 	Brazil
 4	Argentina
 5	Venezuela
 6	Colombia
 7	Netherlands Antilles
 8	Peru
 9	Canada
 10	Mexico
 11	Puerto Rico
 12	Uruguay
 13	Germany
 14	France
 15	Switzerland
 16	Belgium
 17	Hawaiian Islands
 18	Greece
 19	Netherlands
 20	Norway
 21	Sweden
 22	French Guyana
 23	Jamaica
 24	Panama
 25	Japan
 26	England
 27	Iceland
 28	Honduras
 29	Ireland
 30	Spain
 31	Portugal
 32	Chile
 33	Alaska
 34	Canary Islands
 35	Austria
 36	San Marino
 37	Dominican Republic
 38	Greenland
 39	Angola
 40	Liechtenstein
 41	New Zealand
 42	Liberia
 43	Australia
 44	South Africa
 45	Yugoslavia
 47	Denmark
 48	Saudi Arabia
 49	Balearic Islands
 50	European Russia
 51	Andorra
 52	Faroer Islands
 53	El Salvador
 54	Luxembourg
 55	Gibraltar 
 56	Finland  
 57	India
 58	East Malaysia
 59	Dodecanese Islands 
 60	Hong Kong
 61	Ecuador
 62	Guam Islands
 63	St. Helena Islands
 64	Senegal
 65	Sierra Leone
 66	Mauritania
 67	Paraguay
 68	Northern Ireland
 69	Costa Rica
 70	American Samoa
 71	Midway Islands
 72	Guatemala
 73	Surinam
 74	Namibia
 75	Azores Islands
 76	Morocco
 77	Ghana
 78	Zambia
 79	Philippines
 80	Bolivia
 81	San Andres & Providencia
 82	Guatanamo Bay
 83	Tanzania
 84	Ivory Coast
 85	Zimbabwe
 86	Nepal
 88	Cuba
 89	Nigeria 
 90	Crete Islands
 91	Indonesia
 92	Libya
 93	Malta
 94	United Arab. Emirates
 95	Mongolia
 96	Tonga Islands
 97	Israel
 98	Singapore
 99	Fiji Islands
 100    Korea
 101    Papua - New Guinea
 102    Kuwait
 103    Haiti
 104    Corsica
 105    Botswana
 106    Ceuta & Melilla
 107    Monaco
 108    Scotland
 109    Hungary
 110    Cyprus
 111    Jordan
 112    Lebanon
 113    West Malaysia
 114    Pakistan
 115    Qatar
 116    Turkey
 117    Egypt
 118    The Gambia
 119    Madeira Islands
 120    Antigua Islands
 121    Bahamas Islands
 122    Barbados Islands
 123    Bermuda Islands
 124    Amsterdam Islands
 125    Cayman Islands
 126    Nicaragua
 127    Virgin Islands
 128    British Virgin Islands
 129    Macquarie Islands
 130    Norfolk Islands
 131    Guyana
 132    Marshall Islands
 133    Mariana Islands
 134    Belau Republic
 135    Solomon Islands
 136    Martinique Islands
 137    Isle of Man
 138    Vatican City
 140    Antarctica   
 141    St. Pierre & Miquelon
 142    Lesotho
 143    St. Lucia Islands
 144    Easter Islands
 145    Galapagos Islands
 146    Algeria
 147    Tunisia
 148    Ascension Islands
 149    Laccadive Islands
 150    Bahrain
 151    Iraq
 152    Maldive Islands
 153    Thailand
 154    Iran
 155    Taiwan
 156    Cameroon
 157    Montserrat Islands
 158    Trinidad & Tobago
 159    Somalia
 160    Sudan
 161    Poland
 162    Zaire Republic
 163    Wales
 164    Togo Rep.
 165    Sardinia
 166    St. Maarten, Saba & St.Eustatius
 167    Jersey Islands
 168    Mauritius Islands
 169    Guernsey & Depend
 170    Burkina Faso
 171    Svalbard Islands
 172    New Caledonia
 173    Reunion Islands
 174    Uganda
 175    Chad Republic
 176    Central African Republic
 177    Sri Lanka
 178    Bulgaria
 180    Oman
 181    Syria
 182    Guinea Republic
 183    Benin
 184    Burundi
 185    Comoro Islands
 186    Djibouti
 187    Kenya
 188    Madagascar
 189    Mayotte Islands
 190    Seychelles Islands
 191    Swaziland
 192    Cocos Islands
 193    Cocos - Keeling Islands
 194    Dominica Islands
 195    Grenada & Depend
 196    Guadaloupe Islands
 197    Vanuatu Islands
 198    Falkland Islands
 199    Equatorial Guinea
 200    South Shetland Islands
 201    French Polynesia
 202    Bhutan
 203    China
 204    Mozambique
 205    Cape Verde Republic
 206    Ethiopia
 207    St. Martin Islands
 208    Glorioso Islands
 209    Juan de Nova Islands
 210    Wallis & Futuna
 211    Jan Mayen Islands
 212    Aland Islands 
 213    Market Reef
 214    Congo Republic
 215    Gabon
 216    Mali
 217    Christmas Islands
 218    Belize
 219    Anguilla Islands
 220    St. Vincent & Depend
 221    South Orkney Islands
 222    South Sandwich Islands
 223    Western Samoa Islands
 224    Western Kiribati (Gilbert Islands)
 225    Brunei
 226    Malawi
 227    Rwanda
 228    Chagos Islands
 229    Heard Islands
 230    Fed. States of Micronesia
 231    St. Peter / Paul Rocks
 232    Aruba Islands
 233    Romania
 234    Afghanistan
 235    I.T.U. Geneva
 236    Bangladesh
 237    Myanmar
 238    Cambodia
 239    Laos
 240    Macao
 241    Spratly Islands
 242    Vietnam
 243    Agalega & Brandon
 244    Pagalu Isl. (Annobon)
 245    Niger
 246    Sao Tome & Principe
 247    Navassa Islands
 248    Turks & Caicos Islands
 249    Northern Cook Islands
 250    Southern Cook Islands
 251    Albania
 252    Revilla Gigedo Islands
 253    Andaman & Nicobar
 254    Mount Athos
 255    Kerguelen Islands
 256    Prince Edward & Marion
 257    Rodrigues Islands
 258    Tristan da Cunha & Gough Islands
 259    Tromelin Islands
 260    Baker & Howland
 261    Chatham Islands 
 262    Johnston Islands
 263    Kermadec Islands 
 264    Kingman Reef
 265    Central Kiribati (Phoenix Islands)
 266    Eastern Kiribati (Line Islands)
 267    Kure Islands
 268    Lord Howe Islands
 269    Mellish Reef
 270    Minami Torishima
 271    Nauru
 272    Niue Islands
 273    Jarvis & Palmyra
 274    Pitcairn Islands
 275    Tokelau Islands
 276    Tuvalu Islands
 277    Sable Islands
 278    Wake Islands
 279    Willis Islands
 280    Aves Islands
 281    Ogasawara Islands
 282    Auckland / Campbell Islands
 283    St. Kitts & Nevis Islands
 284    St. Paul Islands
 285    Fernando de Norona
 286    Juan Fernandez
 287    Malpelo Islands
 288    San Felix & San Ambrosio 
 289    South Georgia Islands
 290    Trindade & Martin Vaz Islands
 291    Dhekelia & Akrotiri
 293    Guinea Bissau
 294    Peter First Islands
 296    Clipperton Islands
 297    Bouvet Islands
 298    Crozet Islands
 299    Desecheo Islands
 300    Western Sahara / Rio de Oro
 301    Armenia
 302    Asiatic Russia
 303    Azerbaijan
 304    Estonia
 305    Franz Josef Land
 306    Georgia
 307    Kaliningrad
 308    Kazakhstan
 309    Kirghiz
 310    Latvia
 311    Lithuania
 312    Moldavia
 313    Tadzhikistan
 314    Turkmenistan
 315    Ukraine
 316    Uzbekistan
 317    White Russia
 318    Sov. Mil. Order of Malta
 319    United Nations HQ New York
 320    Banaba Isl. (Ocean Islands)
 321    Conway Reef
 323    Yemen
 325    Rotuma Island
 326    Malvj Vysotskij Islands
 327    Slovenia
 328    Croatia
 329    Czech Republic
 330    Slowakia
 331    Bosnia-Hercegovina
 332    Macedonia
 333    Eritrea
 334    North Korea
 335    Scarborough Reef
 336    Pratas Islands
 337    Austral Islands
 338    Marquesas Islands
 339    Temotu
 340    Palestina
 341    East Timor
 342    Chesterfield Islands
 343    Ducie Islands
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