The Amateur Wireless Telegraph Station Licence, Grade–II licence requires the same scores as the Grade II Restricted, and in addition a demonstration of proficiency in sending and receiving Morse code at five words a minute. The minimum age is 12 years. The licence allows the user to make radiotelegraphy (Morse code) and radiotelephony transmission in 11 frequency bands. The maximum power allowed is 50 W.
A Grade II licence holder can only be authorized the use of radio telephony emission on frequency bands below 30 MHz on submission of proof that 100 contacts have been made with other amateur operators using CW (Morse code).
|Band||Frequency (MHz)||Wavelength||Type||Emission||Power (W)|
|6||1.820–1.860||160 m||MF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||3.500–3.700||80 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||3.890–3.900||80 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||7.000–7.100||40 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||14.000–14.350||20 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||18.068–18.168||17 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||21.000–21.450||15 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||24.890–24.990||12 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|7||28.000–29.700||10 m||HF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||50|
|8||144–146||2 m||VHF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||10|
|9||434–438||70 cm||UHF||A1A, A2A, A3E, H3E, J3E, R3E||10|
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