FreeNet is used in Germany. Max 500 mW and built-in, non-removable antenna. FRS is for use in the US and Canada. LPD is for european use, sadly in the middle of our 70 cm ham band! LPD Japan the Japanese call it "Mini set" MURS is for use in the US PMR446 is for european use. PRS/UHF CB is for Malaysia (14 ch), Australia & New Zealand (40 ch). SRBR/KDR is for use in Sweden. SRD860 for Europe (Not all countries though). Maximum 5 mW ERP and built-in, non-removable antenna 2.4 GHz SRD for use almost worldwide. WLAN. Various "radios" utilizing Wireless LAN connections as transport. 43 MHz Italy. Max 4 W. 49 MHz USA is an american part 15 band. Unspecified. Various gear for use in unknown areas.
Common for these services is that they are all license free for general use by the public.
Modulation is mostly narrow FM (NFM) ±5 KHz deviation for all bands except PMR446, where ±2.5 KHz is used.
there is also Digital Voice on PMR446 and 2.4 GHz SRD.
Check out the frequencies in question.