Amateur Radio Examinations and Information


TEST SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS


Select one of the links below:

DJ0QN

DL4VCW

IK1PMR

Additional announcements about test sessions worldwide are available on the ARRL website. If you plan to sponsor an ARRL/VE test session be sure to register your test session with ARRL.

More information about the Volunteer Examination program may be found at the ARRL website. Temporary operation in certain host nations is permitted under CEPT rules. FCC Licensed hams may now also operate under CEPT rules as a result of an FCC Report and Order. CEPT Recommendation T/R 61-01 is available on the internet at http://www.ero.dk/.


GERMAN RECIPROCAL LICENSING


How Do I apply for a reciprocal license in Germany?
If You Are: Use Form:
Under the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and associated with the US forces in Europe, then use this form. Examples include those in the US military, DoD personnel, etc. DA SOFA Form, Read these instructions. For more information, contact:

Ms. Christa Meier
USAG Hohenfels, Unit 28216
APO, AE 09173 USA

Military Phone: DSN (314) 466-2820, 1561, -1560, or -2818
Civilian phone: +49-(0)9472-83-2820
E-mail: christa.meier@us.army.mil

not under the SOFA, then use this form to request a reciprocal amateur radio license. The Bundesnetzagentur reciprocal amateur radio license application form, Read these instructions. For more information, contact:

Bundesnetzagentur
Aussenstelle Muelheim
Aktienstr. 1-7
D-45473 Muelheim
Germany

Telephone: +49-(0)208-4507-215
Telefax: +49-(0)208-4507-180
E-Mail MLHM01.Postfach@bnetza.de
Internet http://www.bundesnetzagentur.de/enid/Amateurfunk

Associated with a non-US military (i.e U.K., Belgium, or other foreign military service) contact the Bundesnetzagentur directly for instructions. You may be able to operate in Germany for a short period under the CEPT rules. To find out if you qualify, visit http://www.ero.dk/ to see the current list of qualifying countries for CEPT operation. Amateurs from Non-CEPT countries can request a temporary permit. Temporary license application form for visiting amateurs from non-CEPT countries.

7 day temporary license application form
3 month temporary license application form
Longer than 3 months, reciprocal license application form

Bundesnetzagentur
Aussenstelle Muelheim
Aktienstr. 1-7
D-45473 Muelheim
Germany

Telephone: +49-(0)208-4507-215
Telefax: +49-(0)208-4507-180
E-Mail MLHM01.Postfach@bnetza.de
Internet http://www.bundesnetzagentur.de/enid/Amateurfunk


Read the German regulation governing amateur radio. The German Amateur Radio Club (DARC) also has more information about guest amateur radio licenses in Germany. Amateur radio licensing information in other countries worldwide is available through the ARRL. You may also directly contact the Bundesnetzagentur for more information at:

Bundesnetzagentur
Aussenstelle Muenster
Hansaring 66
D-48155 Muenster, Germany

Telephone +49-(0)251-60-81-280
Telefax +49-(0)251-60-81-181


MILITARY AFFILIATE RADIO SYSTEM (MARS)

If you're interested in the MARS program then visit my MARS website. A membership application form is also available.