Amateur radio visitors to Sweden

Foreign radio amateurs with a CEPT HAREC (acc. T/R 61-01) license  can, for a stay of up to three months, without a special permit operate amateur radio in Sweden. The temporary call sign to be used is SM/your call or SA/your call. You have the option to add the call area. E.g. SM6/your call. The Swedish call areas can be found here:
http://www.ssa.se/distriktskarta

Foreign radio amateurs with a CEPT HAREC (acc. T/R 61-01) license  staying for a longer time and having an address in Sweden can apply for a permanent Swedish call sign. Apply to SSA, e-mail address signal@ssa.se.

Holders of a foreign CEPT HAREC (acc. T / R 61-01) license may operate on the same terms as Swedish license holders. Sweden has only one license category.

Questions about amateur radio in Sweden will be handled by SSA. Please e-mail to signal@ssa.se.

For more information see the band plans linked below.

Current Swedish band plan HF
http://www.ssa.se/hf2/bandplaner/

Current Swedish band planVHF:
http://www.ssa.se/vhfuhfshf/bandplaner/

Visitor’s amateur radio stations in Sweden:

There are four visitor’s stations that are at guests’ disposal. In general, however, one should register with the relevant contact persons well in advance.

Visitor’s stations:
SI9AM http://www.si9am.se
SJ9WL http://www.sj9wl-lg5lg.com/
SK0TM http://sk0tm.se/
SK6RM http://wordpress.radiomuseet.se/besok-sk6rm/


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