Australian equivalents to overseas amateur qualifications - Table B | ACMA

Australian equivalents to overseas amateur qualifications - Table B

This table primarily reflects the Australian apparatus licensing options that would be applicable to persons visiting Australia holding specified overseas certificates or licences.

Agreements, in respect of Australia's current certificate and licensing arrangements, are yet to be negotiated for Australian amateurs visiting overseas countries. The previous licensing options have been left in the table below to provide a guide as to what licence Australian amateurs visiting overseas countries may be eligible for.

Table B - Countries with no reciprocal arrangements but which have a class of certificate or licence accepted as equivalent to an Australian qualification

Administration

Class of certificate or licence Held

Australian amateur licensing option for which holder is eligible

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CEPT¤

See Table A

 

 

Argentina

Licencia de Aficionado, Categoria Superior (Amateur Radio Operator's Licence, Superior Category)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Cayman Islands

Amateur Operator's Certificate Class C

Novice

Standard

Hong Kong

Amateur (Sound) Station Licence

Unrestricted

Advanced

Indonesia

Advanced Level Amateur Station Licence

Unrestricted

Advanced

Intermediate Level Amateur Station Licence

Intermediate

Advanced

Preliminary Level Amateur Station Licence

Novice

Standard

Ireland

Amateur Experimenters Licence

Unrestricted

Advanced

Italy

Licenza di Impianto ed Esercizio di Stazione di Radioamatore, Classe 3 (Radio Amateur Station Licence Class 3)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Licenza di Impianto ed Esercizio di Stazione di Radioamatore, Classe 2 (Radio Amateur Station Licence Class 2)

Intermediate

Advanced

Licenza di Impianto ed Esercizio di Stazione di Radioamatore, Classe 1 (Radio Amateur Station Licence Class 1)

Novice

Standard

Luxembourg

Licenced Amateur (Amateur Radio Operator's Certificate)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Malta

City and Guilds of London Radio Amateur's Certificate§

Unrestricted

Advanced

City and Guilds of London Radio Amateur's Certificate (no telegraphy qualification)

Limited

Advanced

Nauru

Amateur Radio Station Licence

Unrestricted

Advanced

Netherlands

Amateurradiozendmachtiging Categorie A (Amateur Radio Licence Class A)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Amateurradiozendmachtiging Categorie B (Class B)

Intermediate

Advanced

Amateurradiozendmachtiging Categorie C (Class C)

Limited

Advanced

Amateurradiozendmachtiging Categorie D (Class D)

(not acceptable)

Norway

Amateur Station Licence Class A

Unrestricted

Advanced

Philippines

Radio Amateur Station Licence Class A (Advanced Class)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Radio Amateur Station Licence Class B (General Class)

Intermediate

Advanced

Radio Amateur Station Licence Class C (Novice Class)

Novice

Advanced

Singapore

Amateur Station Licence§

Unrestricted

Advanced

Amateur Station Licence (no telegraphy qualification)

Limited

Advanced

South Africa

Amateur Radio Station Licence

Unrestricted

Advanced

Restricted Amateur Licence

Limited

Advanced

Sri Lanka

Radio Amateur Licence

Novice

Standard

Sweden

Tillstand att inneha och anvanda amatorradiosandare, Klass A and B (Amateur Licence Class A and B)

Unrestricted

Advanced

Tillstand att inneha och anvanda amatorradiosandare, Klass T (Amateur Licence Class T)

Limited

Advanced

Tillstand att inneha och anvanda amatorradiosandare, Klass C (Amateur Licence Class C)

Novice

Standard

Vanuatu

Amateur Wireless Station Operator's Certificate

Limited

Advanced

West Indies

Amateur Radio Operator's Certificate Class A and B

Unrestricted

Advanced

§ Qualified in telegraphy at 12 words per minute.

¤ European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT). This information appears on the European Radiocommunications website under Documentation/ERC Recommendations T/R 61-01 and T/R 61-02.

» Harmonised Amateur Radio Examination Certificate (HAREC)

* This is a 'de facto' arrangement between Poland and Australia. Polish authorities recognise certificates issued by countries which recognise Polish qualifications, without having concluded a formal agreement.

# Allowing telephone-only operation on frequency bands above 30 MHz with 10 watts maximum power.

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