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I need a raido operators licence.
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Hi I want to get a license to use high power radios (1 watt+) for R/C control and Video. What licence should I get? Who do I talk to about getting a licence in NZ?

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Re: I need a raido operators licence.
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I have to ask , Why ?
Dont need high power unless doing ILLEGAL very long range fpv.
Plenty of people doing fpv with standard lower power TX's


Start here. The website is a mess, hard to find the info you want though.
https://www.rsm.govt.nz/compliance/licence-requirements
Perhaps just ring & ask them ?

And you need more than just a lic to operate above 1W .
You'll need to comply with RSM rules & regs re legal freq & legal power at those freq
https://gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2016-go6047
Also, dont assume that anything bought overseas is even legal in NZ.

Just....dont....do...it

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Re: I need a raido operators licence.
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Even us HAM operators the first rule is to reduce power to what is needed to stay in contact. Power is not the magic cure to everything in some cases it can make things worse.

Better antennas and cleaner transmitting equipment is what you are after for good links. We can bounce signals all over the world on milliwatts of power.

The reason you would want to get a radio licence is to get access to frequencies you can't normally use as a non licensed user. For example I wanted to do things in the 1.2Ghz range. You need to be licenced to do that.

Where about are you located? Will help with who can help you get a licence. You ideally need to find a radio club in your area who can help you.

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