CEPT Radio Amateur Licence Rules
CEPT Licensing in South Africa
8th February 1998: ICASA, the
Independent Communications Authority of South African has received Confirmation from the
European Radio Communication
Office, that South Africa has been accepted as a signatory to and participant in the CEPT
common amateur radio licence This means that the South African RAE and Amateur Radio
Licence may now be used in any of the CEPT countries without needing to apply for a guest
licence. The second part of the agreement permits full reciprocity between signatory
countries without the need for a separate reciprocal agreement. There are currently
44 countries covered by CEPT.
For those interested in CEPT licensing or for
people wishing to operate an amateur radio station from a foreign
country, the entire CEPT T/R 61-01 and T/R
61-02 documents are available. These are recommended reading if you are
traveling to a CEPT country. These documents also include up to date lists
of CEPT signatories and members.
Click here for an extract of the CEPT licensing rules.
The full ERC recommendation and some tables relating to CEPT is available
OH2MCN has a very good page about CEPT licensing at
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