Are you planing on visiting Finland?
Would you like to use your amateur radio station while visiting?
Read ahead to find out what to do to get on the air!
- If you have a CEPT-license, you may use your
station without notifying the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority
in advance. To find out if your amateur radio license is a valid CEPT-license please contact your national league
The callsign you are requested to use while working in Finland is as follows. Infront of your home callsign add OH/ (OH0/ in the Aland Islands). If for example DL1ABC operates from a hotel room in Tampere, he should use the callsign OH/DL1ABC/P. Read more
- If you do not have a CEPT-license you have to apply for a visitors license from the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority. You do this by filling out the ATU application form. Read more
License exams in Finland
- If you want to get a permanent Finnish callsign, that is possible too. Finnish amateur radio exams are available also in English. These have to be ordered two months in advance to the exam. There is no studying material in English for the Finnish license exam. For further information please contact the SRAL office. Read more