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OdgovorObjavljeno: 08 Dec 2006, 06:29 
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Hi.

Nekja na NET-u sem zasledil nekaj info. toda nič konkretnega.
Zanima me sledeče:
Kje je mogoče pridobiti USA HAM licenco oz. kje lahko narediš izpit?
Ali ni bilo učasih izvedlivo celo v Friedrichshafen...

73 & GL Erik

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 Naslov prispevka: USA licenca
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>> Kje je mogoče pridobiti USA HAM licenco oz. kje lahko narediš izpit?

Izpit lahko narediš kjerkoli pred pooblaščeno komisijo, ki jo sestavljajo trije VE (voluntary examiner), torej prostovoljni izpraševalci pooblaščeni od ARRL. Pogoj je da VE imajo večjo klaso od tiste za katero polagaš (ali Extra če ti polagaš za Extra klaso). Takšni izpiti se občasno organizirajo po Ameriki (poglej ARRL homepage), pa tudi drugod po svetu ob kakšnih večjih radioamaterskih dogodkih (sejmi, konference, tekmovanja, itn.).

Sam izpit je tipa "multiple choice", torej od večih ponujenih (navadno štiri: A, B, C in D) odgovorov na posamezno vprašanje moraš izbrati pravilnega. Vprašanj je kar nekaj, do 80, odvisno od klase ki jo polagaš. Na internetu se dobi skup vprašanj in pravilnih odgovorov za posamezne klase.

Izpraševalni komisiji moraš nujno navesti poštni naslov (postal address) v Ameriki, kjer ti bo FCC poslal licenco.

Pa srečno !

73 de Maki S54M , N1MZ

P.S. Ne vem kako je zdaj, ko sem jaz polagal, ni bilo možno "preskakovati" klase, je bilo potrebno opravljati po vrsti od Novice do Extra.


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 Naslov prispevka: Re: USA licenca
OdgovorObjavljeno: 14 Dec 2006, 17:13 
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>> . Ne vem kako je zdaj, ko sem jaz polagal, ni bilo možno "preskakovati" klase, je bilo potrebno opravljati po vrsti od Novice do Extra.



Maki hvala za obširen odgovor bom kaj pobrskal po net-u
Ni hudič da ne bi enkrat (kot se spodobi :lol: ) obiskal Dayton Hamvention
ki bo 18,19 in 20 May 2007 at Hara Arena

All info: http://www.hamvention.org/


CU ES GL 2007 ERIC S58F

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OdgovorObjavljeno: 14 Dec 2006, 18:21 
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Klas ne moreš preskakovati. Začneš vedno z Novice.
Jaz sem do Advanced prilezel v nekaj urah. Komisija je bila
že preutrujena (naveličana) da bi polagal še Extra.

Pa veliko sreče,

73, Aleksander, S57S, KG0IE


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Kaj se potem počne s to ameriško klaso????


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Kaj se potem počne s to ameriško klaso????


Tako noble je, podpisovati se kot N0BLE :D

73, Mirko, S57AD


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Ko smo že ravno pri USA licencah. Za pridobitev licence za delo pod 30 Mhz po novem očitno tudi v USA ne bo potrebno znanje CW.

NEWINGTON, CT, Dec 15, 2006 -- In an historic move, the FCC has
acted to drop the Morse code requirement for all Amateur Radio
license classes. The Commission today adopted a Report and Order
(R&O) in WT Docket 05-235. In a break from typical practice, the FCC
only issued a public notice at or about the close of business and
not the actual Report & Order, so some details -- including the
effective date of the R&O -- remain uncertain. Also today, the FCC
also adopted an Order on Reconsideration, in WT Docket 04-140 --
the "omnibus" proceeding -- agreeing to modify the Amateur Radio
rules in response to an ARRL request to accommodate automatically
controlled narrowband digital stations on 80 meters in the wake of
rule changes that became effective today at 12:01 AM Eastern Time.
The Commission said it will carve out the 3585 to 3600 kHz frequency
segment for such operations. Prior to the long-awaited action on the
Morse code issue, Amateur Radio applicants for General and higher
class licenses had to pass a 5 WPM Morse code test to operate on HF.
The Commission said today's R&O eliminates that requirement for
General and Amateur Extra applicants.

"This change eliminates an unnecessary regulatory burden that may
discourage current Amateur Radio operators from advancing their
skills and participating more fully in the benefits of Amateur
Radio," the FCC said. The ARRL had asked the FCC to retain the 5 WPM
for Amateur Extra class applicants only. The FCC proposed earlier to
drop the requirement across the board, however, and it held to that
decision in today's R&O.

Perhaps more important, the FCC's action in WT Docket 05-235 appears
to put all Technician licensees on an equal footing: Once the R&O
goes into effect, holders of Technician class licenses will have
equivalent HF privileges, whether or not they've passed the 5 WPM
Element 1 Morse examination. The FCC said the R&O in the Morse code
docket would eliminate a disparity in the operating privileges for
the Technician and Technician Plus class licensees. Technician
licensees without Element 1 credit (ie, Tech Plus licensees)
currently have operating privileges on all amateur frequencies above
30 MHz.

"With today's elimination of the Morse code exam requirements, the
FCC concluded that the disparity between the operating privileges of
Technician Class licensees and Technician Plus Class licensees
should not be retained," the FCC said in its public
notice. "Therefore, the FCC, in today's action, afforded Technician
and Technician Plus licensees identical operating privileges."

The wholesale elimination of a Morse code requirement for all
license classes ends a longstanding national and international
regulatory tradition in the requirements to gain access to Amateur
Radio frequencies below 30 MHz. The first no-code license in the US
was the Technician ticket, instituted in 1991. The question of
whether or not to drop the Morse requirement altogether has been the
subject of often-heated debate over the past several years, but the
handwriting has been on the wall. A number of countries, including
Canada, no longer require applicants for an Amateur Radio license to
pass a Morse code test to gain HF operating privileges. The list has
been increasing regularly.

The FCC said today's R&O in WT Docket 05-235 comports with revisions
to the international Radio Regulations resulting from the
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) World Radiocommunication
Conference 2003 (WRC-03). At that gathering, delegates agreed to
authorize each country to determine whether or not to require that
applicants demonstrate Morse code proficiency in order to qualify
for an Amateur Radio license with privileges on frequencies below 30
MHz.

Typically, the effective date of an FCC Order is 30 days after it
appears in the Federal Register. That would mean the Morse
requirement and the revised 80-meter segment for automatically
controlled digital stations would likely not go into effect until
late January 2007.

The ARRL will provide any additional information on these important
Part 97 rule revisions as it becomes available.

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s55m napisal/-a:
Kaj se potem počne s to ameriško klaso????


Ja, sicer nisi mene vprašal kaj početi s to ameriško klaso (licenco).
To je spet zelo odvisno, po mojem mnenju, na kakem papirju je napisana - trdota, mehkota. Hi!

73 de Dan

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Po dolgem času oživljam temo....

več tukaj

Če koga zanima, naj pohiti.....

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