Cobra HH 50 WX ST
Full-Featured Handheld CB Radio
Customers who bought the Cobra HH 50 WX ST are saying:
Technology You Need
The rugged and ready Cobra HH 50 WX ST is packed with features and equipped with a 12V charging cord so you’re always prepared.
Filters through 90% of noise for clear communication.
NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio
Be prepared and never surprised. Get updates on storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA Weather radio.
Access and scan all 40 CB radio channels.
With Dual Watch you can monitor two pre-selected channels at once so you never miss a signal.
4W Power Output
4W power output for the maximum power allowed by law for extended range communication.
See everything clearly with an illuminated multifunctional display.
Noise reduction system for clearer communication
NOAA Weather Alerts
Built-in NOAA receiver with emergency alerts and inclement weather warnings.
Scan through all 40 CB channels
Monitor two pre-selected channels at once
4W Power Output
Maximum power allowed for extended range communication
Compact, handheld design allows CB radio anywhere
Item # HH50WXST
Weight: 9 oz. (255.1g) without batteries
Height: 7.25" (18.415cm)
Width: 2.25" (5.715cm)
Depth: 1.75" (4.445cm)
Soundtracker® System - Cuts noise up to 90% for clearer communication.
NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio - Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
Channel Scan - Scan all 40 CB channels.
Dual Watch - Monitors two pre-selected channels simultaneously.
4 Watts Power Output - Maximum power allowed for extended range of communications.
What is CB?
Citizens Band radio (CB) is a 2-way voice communication system for personal use for the general public. It lets you talk from your truck, car, home, business, or boat to other people who have a CB radio. Technically, a CB radio is a transceiver. It functions both as a radio transmitter (when sending messages) and a receiver (when receiving messages). Citizens Band radio was created by the FCC in 1958. There are as total of 40 channels on the CB band. Channel 19 is unofficially regarded as a general-purpose channel to make contacts and listen to conversations and reports of traffic and road conditions. Channel 9 is reserved for emergency communications.
Do I need a license to operate a CB?
No license is required. The FCC used to issue licenses for CBs, but they discontinued that requirement many years ago.