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Offline G0MIH

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #15 on: September 24, 2012, 03:49:24 PM »
Hi all. I have been out of it for some time and just getting the time to look at this again.
I would like to apply for a reciprocal licence ( again) Has anything changed?

I'm from the UK (G0MIH) and working in Suphan Buri.

Would be nice to get this sorted out so I can get on the air.

Paul

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #16 on: September 26, 2012, 07:29:22 PM »
Dear OM Paul,

Well I just wonder why you want to apply again?
If you already have a callsign then you probably should renew it if expired!

If do not download the forms and folliw the list with needed doc's for application!

GD DX!

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #17 on: December 12, 2012, 12:40:09 PM »
Hello  !!   bonjour a tous.
mon message s'adresse particulierement aux amateurs francais qui ont obtenu
un indicatif en Thailande.
je suis retraite et reside pres de BURIRAM.  Je souhaiterai pouvoir faire de l'emission
reception decametrique legalement ici en Thailande.
Je ne suis pas en vacances , je suis residant en Thailande.
ma question est quelle procedure avez vous suivie pour obtenir vos indicatifs ?
Pour les uns c'est quasiment impossible, pour les autres ca n'est possible qu'au
radio club de Bangkok, et pour d'autres encore il y a une procedure de reciprocite
avec la France.  Je me suis renseigne aupres de l'ANFR , pour eux ca n'existe pas !!
Bref, dans l'Issan il fait tous les jours beau et chaud, mais a la longue, la radio me manque !! >:(
Puis-je avoir des infos afin d'obtenir rapidement un indicatif ?? :D

73 !!   Alain  F6ANZ - FR5KE -

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2013, 11:09:02 AM »
Cher Alain,

Il est possible d'obtenir la licence r

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #19 on: September 15, 2013, 09:50:09 PM »
RECIPROCAL LICENCES  Update:01.09.2012

Thailand has concluded Reciprocal Agreements with the following countries:

Austria
Belgium                 First License issued 17.08.2009 to HS0ZJA - ON8JA
Denmark                First License issue xx.xx.2013 to HS0Zxx - OZ1HET Finn - depending ...
France                  First license issued 25.04.2012 to HS0ZKG - F6HBR
Germany
Luxembourg (info for Thais to get a LX call)
Sweden
Switzerland
UK
USA


Countries which are willing to apply for reciprocal Agreement ... ASAP!    ;)

CountryOMRemark:
CanadaVA6CSsince 2009 but seems to stuck somewhere?
DenmarkOZ1HETsince ~ August 2010 - making good progress as known of July 2011
FranceF8DEGsince 2005 - December 2011 - announced 2nd January 2012 - waiting for official documentation
NetherlandHS0ZENNov 2010
New ZealandZL1DDNov 2010
Spain?-

If you are a citizen of one of these countries, and you are planning to live and/or work in Thailand, or if your business takes you there regularly, you can apply for a reciprocal operating licence. You have to be licensed in your home country then you may be able to obtain a Thai licence and call sign providing equivalent privileges, depending on the particular agreement. A reciprocal licensee is normally issued with a call sign out of the series HS0Zxx  , the license expires after five years but is renewable.


Further Information about Licensing in HS ...


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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #20 on: September 15, 2013, 09:55:58 PM »
RECIPROCAL LICENCES  Update:01.09.2012

Thailand has concluded Reciprocal Agreements with the following countries:

Austria
Belgium                 First License issued 17.08.2009 to HS0ZJA - ON8JA
Denmark                First License issue xx.xx.2013 to HS0Zxx - OZ1HET Finn - depending ...
France                  First license issued 25.04.2012 to HS0ZKG - F6HBR
Germany
Luxembourg (info for Thais to get a LX call)
Sweden
Switzerland
UK
USA


Countries which are willing to apply for reciprocal Agreement ... ASAP!    ;)

CountryOMRemark:
CanadaVA6CSsince 2009 but seems to stuck somewhere?
DenmarkOZ1HETsince ~ August 2010 - making good progress as known of July 2011
FranceF8DEGsince 2005 - December 2011 - announced 2nd January 2012 - waiting for official documentation
NetherlandHS0ZENNov 2010
New ZealandZL1DDNov 2010
Spain?-

If you are a citizen of one of these countries, and you are planning to live and/or work in Thailand, or if your business takes you there regularly, you can apply for a reciprocal operating licence. You have to be licensed in your home country then you may be able to obtain a Thai licence and call sign providing equivalent privileges, depending on the particular agreement. A reciprocal licensee is normally issued with a call sign out of the series HS0Zxx  , the license expires after five years but is renewable.


Further Information about Licensing in HS ...


Rast Forum

RAST Website Update 22.07.09

Forms and Document for Licensing

I am from India whether Indian hams can get receprocal benefit or what they have to do if they stay long in Thailand to use ham radio activities?





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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2013, 08:29:39 PM »
That is easy just do the reciprocal agreement between Thailand and India!!

Last country was Denmark who join the agreement it took almost 13 years!

SO GD Luck!

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #22 on: December 03, 2013, 04:04:40 AM »
HURRA... at last... now the Danes are able to get a Licens in Thailand...
This will indeed make my next stay in Sub So Boon a bit better.. also congratulations to Finn, whom I visited in the start of august this year.

vy 73 de

Lars OZ1FJB/OU2V   :)

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #23 on: August 31, 2015, 08:41:02 AM »
Hi there. Paul here HS0ZLQ.
I have been looking for the import license form as I would like to bring my TS830 and speaker and tuning unit over from the UK. I have tried using the link but it seems not to be working.
Can you please send me a copy of the form so I can start filling it in.

Kind regards.

Paul HS0ZLQ/G0MIH.

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Re: Reciprocal Agreement Country List
« Reply #24 on: August 31, 2015, 07:50:49 PM »
Hi Paul,


I've done that with my FT1000 last year from Singapore. Details here: http://forum.rast.or.th/index.php?topic=915.0


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