|Amateur and Amateur-satellite are fully recognized radiocommunication services defined in the Radio Regulations (RR) of the International Telecommunication Union - ITU.|
This page is prepared by the Radiocommunication Bureau (Bureau) of the ITU and by the International Amateur Radio Club (IARC) - 4U1ITU
The objective of this page is to provide basic
information for radioamateurs
from the current Radio Regulations - Volume 1 - 4 ITU, Geneva ©
The following information are only partial extracts from the Radio Regulations. It should in no way be considered as official text.
You can download forfree the complete ITU Radio Regulations and the ITU-R Recommendations
The goal of this page is to provide you with the up to date radio
regulatory information related to the Amateur and Amateur Satellite Service.
If you wish to search some items related to this service, please try also our ARS Lookup List.
You can find more information concerning Amateur and Amateur-Satellite Service in the ITU-R Handbook concerning the Amateur service and Amateur-Satellite service ITU, Geneva © edition2014. The Bureau expressed the gratitude on behalf of ITU for co-operation with the IARU - The International Amateur Radio Union. The IARU is providing liaison and co-operation between the Administrations and the Amateur Service world wide.
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