How do I get an amateur radio license

How do I get an amateur radio license?

All stations using our network must have a valid amateur radio license. Choose a country below to find out how to get the license. It's easy and inexpensive!

Getting Your CANADIAN Ham License

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Getting Your Amateur Radio License

All administrative activities for amateur radio, e.g. the issuance of amateur radio operator certificates and call signs, changes of mailing address and requests for special event or special prefix call signs, are carried out from a central location:


Country Number of amateur
radio operators
% population Year of
Report
Source
 United States 801,424 0.248 2016 [2]
 Japan 435,581 0.343 2015 [3]
 Thailand 176,278 0.275 2006 [4]
 Germany 75,262 0.092 2007 [5]
 Canada 69,183 0.201 2011 [2]
 Republic of China 68,692 0.296 1999 [4]
 Spain 58,700 0.127 1999 [4]
 United Kingdom 58,426 0.094 2000 [4]
 South Korea 42,632 0.082 2012 [6]
 Russia 38,000 0.026 1993 [4]
 Brazil 32,053 0.016 1997 [4]
 Italy 30,000 0.049 1993 [4]
 Indonesia 27,815 0.011 1997 [4]
 France 14,160 0.02 2013 [4]
 Ukraine 17,265 0.037 2000 [4]
 Argentina 16,889 0.042 1999 [4]
 Poland 16,000 0.041 2000 [4]
 Australia 15,328 0.067 2000 [4]
 India 15,679 0.001 2000 [4]
 Malaysia 10,509 0.0004 2016 [4]
 Denmark 8,668 0.156 2012 [7]
 Slovenia 6,500 0.317 2000 [4]
 South Africa 6,000 0.012 1994 [4]
 Austria 5,967 0.068 2016 [8]
 Norway 5,302 0.106 2000 [4]
 Finland 5,000 0.090 2016 [9]


HAM Radio Licence
updated : April 2017











WHAT IS AMATEUR RADIO

WHAT’S THE ORIGIN OF THE TERM “HAM”?


Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) EXPLAINED
Despite the growth of the Internet, ham radio is still a popular hobby. How does it work, and how is it still relevant in the digital era?

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Amateur Radio (ham radio) is a popular hobby and service that brings people, electronics and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space, all without the Internet or cell phones. It's fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need.
Although Amateur Radio operators get involved for many reasons, they all have in common a basic knowledge of radio technology and operating principles, and pass an examination for the FCC license to operate on radio frequencies known as the "Amateur Bands." These bands are radio frequencies allocated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for use by ham radio operators.

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