Ofcom amateur radio licencing
QRZ Forums. Ofcom to revoke unvalidated ham radio licences The UK communications regulator proposes to revoke amateur radio licences which have not been revalidated UK Amateur Radio Licences remain valid unless surrendered by the licensee or revoked by Ofcom. It is over 9 years since Ofcom last revoked an amateur licence for any reason. Ofcom require holders to revalidate their licence every 5 years but until Ofcom goes through the formal process of Revocation such licences remain valid.
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EARS, the Essex Amateur Radio Society
We also run a radio workshop every few weekends, allowing members to work on obtaining their amateur radio licenses, and try and make contact with people across Europe with their callsigns! We currently have more than 10 members who have passed their Foundation exams and more than 5 have Intermediate Licenses. Members are able to use these to further their interest in radio technology. Canterbury Repeater is found on top of the Biosciences building Stacey at the University of Kent, and covers the majority of Canterbury. SSTV stands for Slow-scan Television and is an analog picture transmission method to transmit or receive images via radio in monochrome or colour.
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UK Amateur Licensing
In the UK, that means you have to have a licence from Ofcom , the regulator — and to be able to apply for a licence, you have to pass an exam. It's easy to tell what qualification a person has as that is reflected in their callsign. The main distinction between the grades is the amount of power with which they are allowed to transmit.
Now that you have your amateur radio licence and have gained experience operating, it may be time for you to move on to an Intermediate Licence. The Intermediate Licence carries with it more privileges and also more responsibilities on you as a radio amateur. The main advantage of stepping up to the Intermediate Licence is the increase in permitted operating power.
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