ARRL

Operations FAQ

Operations FAQ

Amateurs sometimes visit other countries and naturally want to operate their amateur stations. Amateurs need to be aware of issues besides working with the reciprocal operating authority of the country they are visiting.

Amateurs Visiting the US

Find out what visiting Amateur Radio operators need to transmit in the US.

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US Operators Traveling Overseas?

Why not take your equipment with you? Find out what you need in order to transmit overseas.

 
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Frequencies Outside the US

There are slight differences in the ranges you can communicate on, elsewhere in the world. Find out what you need to stay on Band.

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International Waters

Transmitting while in international waters is possible. Check out the limitations and restrictions that are currently agreed upon.

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Third Party Communications

Make sure you can pass that copy along.

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