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No. Yes. There's no particular reason to think so. The UK and the US have both adopted CEPT T/R 61-01 regarding reciprocal amateur operation. Despite the fact that CEPT is the "European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations", it's independent of the EU (it long predates the EU), and parties to T/R 61-01 don't have to be ...


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If you click on "22" in the web page you linked to, you're taken to this page, which reveals that Part 22 is CFR › Title 47 › Volume 2 › Chapter I › Subchapter B › Part 22 - Public Mobile Services. So I think the answer that you were looking for is that Part 22 is Public Mobile Services. I was surprised to see that Wikipedia doesn't have an ...


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Russia There are four categories of amateur radio license in Russia. The first category gives you most privileges, including the possibility to use short callsing like R1AB. The exam for this category is most difficult and includes the test on receiving CW at ~12 WPM with Russian letters (that's a few additional symbols e.g. Ш is ----). Other categories don'...


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In South Korea, CW must take the CW test in order to qualify for a possible grade (the practice has been abolished and only the written test is required).


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In short, by the letter of the law you cannot posess a transmitter in Canada without a license. In practice, no one gets worked up about it, and people often buy gear before getting their license.


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