A charitable entity (No. 555) pursuant to a Ministry of Finance announcement


Links to resources

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Radio Amateur Society of Thailand's website in Thai

A history of amateur radio in Thailand

Policy and Regulations of the Radio Amateur Society of Thailand

Thailand VHF band plan

IARU R3 bandplan (Ms Word doc file)

Importing an HF rig? Here is a list of the Thai PTD's type-approved equipment

Application form to join RAST
(PDF format) Right click this link and select "save link as" to download

Application form to become a member of RAST that you can fill in online.
Enter your data and then click "Submit by Email" or "Print Form"

How to make payments to RAST

Amateur radio licensing in Thailand
(with details of how to apply for a bilateral reciprocal licence)

Thai hams can operate in the United States without any need to apply for permission

Formation of the Society

Call area map

Thai calls

How Thai hams helped out after the tsunami

Procedures for making payments to RAST from overseas


 
Please advise the purpose of the payment to be made to RAST (E.g. membership, SEANET registration, donation etc ) and send details to:
 
RAST Treasurer
PO Box 2008
Bangkok,
10501
Thailand.
 
 
Payments can be made as follows:
 
1. By wire transfer to:

Krung Thai Bank
Pradipat Branch,
Account type: Savings
Account name: RAST
Account Number: 034-1-86101-4
SWIFT code: KRTHTHBK

or by making a payment using PayPal to the following email address:
donate@rast.or.th



(Please advise by email to tony.waltham@gmail.com of payments made through PayPal so that we can update our records accordingly). Please include a note stating the purpose of the payment


2. Major hard currencies. If sending cash please take care. The mail must be registered, and it must be addressed to the RAST P.O. Box 2008 address. It must also be addressed clearly to the RAST Treasurer.
 
3. Cash payments can be made in person at Eyeball meetings on the first Sunday of each month. A Receipt will be issued.


IMPORTANT!. These are the official methods of payments to RAST and should be made directly to the RAST Office or Treasurer. RAST will not accept responsibility for problems arising when payments are made through other persons, and will not undertake investigations in any such cases.
 








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