CB 10-Codes

Mike

Well-Known Member
Staff member
  • 10-1 Receiving poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving well
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 Message Received/OK
  • 10-5 Relay message
  • 10-6 Busy, stand by
  • 10-7 Out of service, leaving the air
  • 10-8 In service, subject to call
  • 10-9 Repeat message
  • 10-10 Transmission completed, standing by
  • 10-11 Talking too quickly
  • 10-12 Visitors present
  • 10-13 Advise weather/road conditions
  • 10-16 Make pickup at
  • 10-17 Urgent business
  • 10-18 Anything for us?
  • 10-19 Nothing for you, return to base
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call by telephone
  • 10-22 Report in person to
  • 10-23 Stand by
  • 10-24 Completed last assignment
  • 10-25 Can you contact.......?
  • 10-26 Disregard last information
  • 10-27 I am moving to channel
  • 10-28 Identify your station
  • 10-29 Time is up for contact
  • 10-30 Does not conform to FCC rules
  • 10-32 I will give you a radio check
  • 10-33 Emergency traffic at this station
  • 10-34 Trouble at this station, help needed
  • 10-35 Confidential information
  • 10-36 Correct time is
  • 10-37 Wrecker needed at
  • 10-38 Ambulance needed at
  • 10-39 Your message delivered
  • 10-40 Please tune to channel
  • 10-42 Traffic accident at
  • 10-43 Traffic tie-up at
  • 10-44 I have a message for you
  • 10-45 All units within range please report
  • 10-50 Emergency traffic at this station (accident)
  • 10-60 What is next message number?
  • 10-62 Unable to copy, use phone
  • 10-63 Net directed to
  • 10-64 Net clear
  • 10-65 Awaiting your next message, assignment
  • 10-67 All units comply
  • 10-70 Fire
  • 10-71 Proceed with transmission in sequence
  • 10-73 Speed trap
  • 10-75 You are causing interference
  • 10-77 Negative contact
  • 10-81 Reserve hotel room for
  • 10-100 Rest stop
  • 10-200 Police Needed
Feel free to post more, will add them in here.
 
R

Rocky

Guest
Wow....didn't even know that half of these existed!
Especially when I only hear about 5 of these actually used over the CB ;)
 

DJohnson

Active Member
And just think, 20-30 years ago, people that had CB's actually knew most of these codes. Not that I am old enough to remember any of that of course ;)
 

cassiem0221

Well-Known Member
I just showed this to my husband and he was like "WOW had no clue.." I guess some companies just speak regular language instead of CBish.. haha .. These could come in handy at dropyards etc..
 

awool

New Member
Excellent! Working in a transportation department, I've been looking for these so I can help the employees better their radio etiquette. Will check bacn in often for more 'tips of the trade'.
 

hurgoll

Well-Known Member
  • 10-1 Receiving poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving well
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 Message Received/OK
  • 10-5 Relay message
  • 10-6 Busy, stand by
  • 10-7 Out of service, leaving the air
  • 10-8 In service, subject to call
  • 10-9 Repeat message
  • 10-10 Transmission completed, standing by
  • 10-11 Talking too quickly
  • 10-12 Visitors present
  • 10-13 Advise weather/road conditions
  • 10-16 Make pickup at
  • 10-17 Urgent business
  • 10-18 Anything for us?
  • 10-19 Nothing for you, return to base
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call by telephone
  • 10-22 Report in person to
  • 10-23 Stand by
  • 10-24 Completed last assignment
  • 10-25 Can you contact.......?
  • 10-26 Disregard last information
  • 10-27 I am moving to channel
  • 10-28 Identify your station
  • 10-29 Time is up for contact
  • 10-30 Does not conform to FCC rules
  • 10-32 I will give you a radio check
  • 10-33 Emergency traffic at this station
  • 10-34 Trouble at this station, help needed
  • 10-35 Confidential information
  • 10-36 Correct time is
  • 10-37 Wrecker needed at
  • 10-38 Ambulance needed at
  • 10-39 Your message delivered
  • 10-40 Please tune to channel
  • 10-42 Traffic accident at
  • 10-43 Traffic tie-up at
  • 10-44 I have a message for you
  • 10-45 All units within range please report
  • 10-50 Emergency traffic at this station (accident)
  • 10-60 What is next message number?
  • 10-62 Unable to copy, use phone
  • 10-63 Net directed to
  • 10-64 Net clear
  • 10-65 Awaiting your next message, assignment
  • 10-67 All units comply
  • 10-70 Fire
  • 10-71 Proceed with transmission in sequence
  • 10-73 Speed trap
  • 10-75 You are causing interference
  • 10-77 Negative contact
  • 10-81 Reserve hotel room for
  • 10-100 Rest stop
  • 10-200 Police Needed
Feel free to post more, will add them in here.
Hey Bullwinkle, do you have a list of the old falcon codes? If we can post those here. hehe

I still remember 817, 808, and 820 but that is about it.

Hurgoll
 

hurgoll

Well-Known Member
It is cool to see these codes, but I never hear any of them actually used on the radio.
Most of these codes are used on scanners radios. I liked the falcon codes. They are ways of cussing that will not get you into trouble.

Like 817, 830. Means "Get Bent", @sshole. I think it is 830... :confused:

Been a long time.
 

BigMACK

Well-Known Member
You forgot, "Rod Nogger"

Slang for "Roger" or 10-4

lol
 

Bonkers

Active Member
10-4 has to be the most abused cb code there is. Just how many variations of this is there? :)

10-4
42
roger
4-rodger
rodgah
10
4-10
yeah 4

And the list goes on :)
 
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