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Call Sign : m3kbd/2e0kbd/m0kbd Posts : 24 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2019-07-04 QTH or Location : stockton on tees Equipment Used : kenwood ts 2000x ascom 70mhz icom vlf/hf/uhf receivers multiband antennas Age : 61
Subject: supervision of foundation licence Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:17 am
hi i was told at our local ham radio club that as i have a full licence m0kbd that i can supervise my wife who has a foundation licence for training she can operate at higher rf power this man is the exam organiser at the local club is this allowed as he said this is alowed as traning for a intermediate licence is this correct does any one know thank for looking stay safe do radio 7s m0kbd paul
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Subject: Re: supervision of foundation licence Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:54 am
You certainly can
If your wife is a Foundation licence holder she can use your station under your supervision at your licensing conditions, i.e. full licence power. However, she will also have to use your callsign and it has to be made clear to the receiving station(s).
(Just covered this on the Essex Ham course )
Details are on your licence schedule or take a look at the following link from BRATS :- (Scroll down to section 2c.5)