[CQ-Contest] Licensing in Caribbean countries
alex.k2bb at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 18:42:20 EST 2007
the only listing i saw there was the reciprocative agreement list.
I think i have a little problem with that - one of the requirements is
US citizenship which i dont have yet.
On 2/12/07, Harry Hodges <w6yoo at cox.net> wrote:
> You can find it at the ARRL website.
> Harry, W6YOO
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Licensing in Caribbean countries
> I remember there was a web page with some regulations/rumors how to
> get a license to operate in some Caribbean countries. I cannot find it
> Does anyone remember where is it?
> The idea is to pick an easy-licensing country and go there for ARRL DX
> or WPX. That way my XYL gonna be happy and i gonna work a thousand of
> DX-es from US :)
> And by the way - ability to get a short and nice local call like J3BB
> is much better that loosing voice or braking the paddle with something
> like VP2M/K2BB
> Alex K2BB
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