Please take a look to this document. It is a good idea to bring and have with you whenever you are operating, a copy of your license, as the police can be a little sensitive to foreigners with radio equipment. If your country is not on the CEPT list, please contact the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works, Department of Electronic Communications of Cyprus to inquire whether you may operate with a temporary reciprocal permit.
RSGB volunteers along with other radio amateurs in IARU Region 1 countries put in a considerable amount of work to defend the amateur radio allocations. Their hard work ensured the removal of MHz from a study of additional spectrum for aeronautical applications and an agreement on a European Common Proposal for MHz. Items of interest to the amateur service which were finalised were: - Agreement to a European Common Proposal ECP on allocating MHz to the amateur service in Region 1 on a secondary basis with a footnote listing those countries where the amateur service will have a primary allocation in the band
You will also find on this website the Amateur radio exam generatorwhich is a learning tool for prospective Amateurs and accredited examiners. In order to take the exam, you must contact an accredited examiner in your area. Contact information can be found on the Accredited examiners page.
Very often I receive emails from foreign hams asking for repeater list, licensing polices or just asking if it is possible to take their own ham radio equipment for their holidays in Italy. If the country of which you are citizen have an amateur licensee has entered into a bilateral or multilateral reciprocal operating agreement with the C. Countries you will no need any additional permission. Thank you for your helpful website.
During the entire month of December several youngsters will become active with YOTA as suffix in the callsign. The idea for this is to show the amateur radio hobby to youth and to encourage youngsters to be active on the ham radio waves. YOTA stations around the world will be giving a demonstration in schools or local clubs, gathering together with friends, and making some QSOs or enjoying a great pile-up.
On this page you can find the most relevant information on Amateur Radio related issues here in Germany. The page is built up as a FAQ-page:. They will answer you as soon as possible.
This page will hopefully fill in some of the gaps:. CEPT is a European organisation dealing with telecommunications. Amateurs must be a citizen of the country in which they are licensed.
Amateur radio international reciprocal operating agreements permit Amateur Radio Operators Hams from one country to operate a station whilst traveling in another without the need to obtain additional licenses or permits. When no agreement exists between countries, amateur radio operators are often required to apply for a reciprocal operating permit or a full amateur radio license and call sign from the host country. Some countries may accept a foreign amateur radio licenses as proof of qualification in lieu of examination requirements  whereas other host countries may provide unilateral reciprocal operating privileges without the need for additional licensing.