Amateur Radio Administration for Regulators
The Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union define the Amateur and Amateur Satellite Services and provide allocations to these radio services. Around three million individuals, in virtually every country of the world, have earned licenses to operate stations in these services and are recognized internationally as a valuable voluntary telecommunications resource. Who are radio amateurs? What makes them want to devote their time to this activity? Why is amateur radio so strongly supported by the administrations of so many nations? How can a telecommunications administration bring the benefits of a healthy Amateur Service to its nation? ARRL staff instructors will answer these and many other questions as the course participants discover the ever expanding universe of amateur radio communication.
To be able to help create, administer and foster an Amateur Radio Service among the citizens of one's country.
This course is designed for those in developing countries who regulate and manage the Amateur Radio Service.