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The Wireless Telegraphy (Limitation of Number of Licences) Order 2003

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SCHEDULE 9AMATEUR RADIO

PART 1FREQUENCIES ALLOCATED TO AMATEUR RADIO USE

Amateur Radio Foundation
0.1357–0.1378 MHz14.000–14.250 MHz70.00–70.50 MHz
1.810–1.830 MHz14.250–14.350 MHz144.0–146.0 MHz
1.830–1.850 MHz18.068–18.168 MHz430.0–431.0 MHz
1.850–2.000 MHz21.000–21.450 MHz430.0–432.0 MHz
3.500–3.800 MHz24.890–24.990 MHz432.0–438.0 MHz
7.000–7.100 MHz50.00–51.00 MHz438.0–440.0 MHz
10.100–10.150 MHz51.00–52.00 MHz
Amateur Radio Intermediate (A) and (B)
Available for use by Amateur Radio Intermediate (A) licence holders only
0.1357–0.1378 MHz7.000–7.100 MHz21.149–21.450 MHz
1.810–1.830 MHz10.100–10.110 MHz24.890–24.990 MHz
1.830–1.850 MHz10.110–10.140 MHz28.000–28.050 MHz
1.850–1.950 MHz10.140–10.150 MHz28.050–28.190 MHz
1.950–2.000 MHz14.000–14.250 MHz28.225–28.300 MHz
3.500–3.550 MHz14.250–14.350 MHz28.300–28.500 MHz
3.550–3.600 MHz18.068–18.168 MHz28.500–29.700 MHz
3.600–3.650 MHz21.000–21.050 MHz
3.650–3.800 MHz21.050–21.149 MHz
Available for use by Amateur Radio Intermediate (A) and (B) licence holders
50.00–51.00 MHz1270–1325 MHz10450–10475 MHz
51.00–52.00 MHz2310–2400 MHz10475–10500 MHz
70.00–70.50 MHz2400–2450 MHz24000–24050 MHz
144.0–146.00 MHz3400–3475 MHz24050–24150 MHz
430.0–431.0 MHz5650–5670 MHz24150–24250 MHz
431.0–432.0 MHz5670–5680 MHz47000–47200 MHz
432.0–435.0 MHz5575–5765 MHz75500–76000 MHz
435.0–438.0 MHz5820–5830 MHz142000–144000 MHz
438.0–440.0 MHz5830−5850 MHz248000–250000 MHz
1240–1260 MHz10000–10125 MHz
1260–1270 MHz10225–10450 MHz
Amateur Radio Full (A) and (B)
Available for use by Amateur Radio Full (A) licence holders only
0.1357–0.1378 MHz7.000–7.100 MHz18.068–18.168 MHz
1.810–1.830 MHz10.100–10.150 MHz21.000–21.450 MHz
1.830–1.850 MHz14.000–14.250 MHz24.890–24.990 MHz
1.850–2.000 MHz14.250–14.350 MHz28.000–29.700 MHz
3.500–3.800 MHz
Available for use by Amateur Radio Full (A) and (B) licence holders
50.00–51.00 MHz1270–1325 MHz10450–10475 MHz
51.00–52.00 MHz2310–2400 MHz10475–10500 MHz
70.00–70.50 MHz2400–2450 MHz24000–24050 MHz
144.0–146.0 MHz3400–3475 MHz24050–24150 MHz
430.0–431.0 MHz5650–5670 MHz24150–24250 MHz
431.0–432.0 MHz5670–5680 MHz47000–47200 MHz
432.0–435.0 MHz5755–5765 MHz75500–76000 MHz
435.0–438.0 MHz5820–5830 MHz142000–144000 MHz
438.0–440.0 MHz5830–5850 MHz248000–250000 MHz
1240–1260 MHz10000–10125 MHz
1260–1270 MHz10225–10450 MHz

PART 2CRITERIA RELATING TO PERSONS TO WHOM WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY LICENCES MAY BE GRANTED

Amateur Radio Foundation

1.  An applicant must possess a valid pass certificate for the Foundation Amateur Radio Examination or equivalent examination.

Amateur Radio Intermediate (A)

2.  An applicant must possess:

(a)a valid pass certificate for the Radiocommunications Agency Foundation Amateur Radio Examination or equivalent examination;

(b)a valid pass certificate for the Radiocommunications Agency Intermediate Radio Amateur Examination or equivalent examination; and

(c)a valid pass slip for the Radiocommunications Agency Amateur Radio Morse Test or equivalent test.

Amateur Radio Intermediate (B)

3.  An applicant must possess:

(a)a valid pass certificate for the Radiocommunications Agency Foundation Amateur Radio examination or equivalent examination; and

(b)a valid pass certificate for the Radiocommunications Agency Intermediate Radio Amateur Examination or equivalent examination.

Amateur Radio Full (A) and (B)

4.  An applicant must possess:

(a)a valid pass certificate for the Radiocommunications Agency Intermediate and Full Radio Amateur Examination or equivalent examination; or

(b)a valid pass certificate for the City and Guilds of London Institute(1) 7307-Radio Amateur Examination or equivalent examination.

5.  An applicant for the Amateur Radio Full (A) licence must have a valid pass slip for the Radiocommunications Agency Amateur Radio Morse Test or equivalent test.

PART 3CRITERIA LIMITING NUMBER OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY LICENCES

6.  None.

(1)

The City and Guilds of London Institute can be contacted at 1 Giltspur Street, London EC1A 9DD.

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