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traditionally, amateur radio operators were issued two separate authorizations an amateur radio operator certificate and a radio station licence. The amateur radio operator certificate was issued for life and had no fee associated with it, while the radio station licence was issued on a yearly basis and a licence renewal fee was charged. A distinctive certificate is available from the arrl vec department. This certificate acknowledges the success of newly licensed operators as well as those who made the grade long ago. Amateur operators certificate of proficiency (foundation) standard. We know many amateurs like to hang their license on their hamshack wall, so we have created two different types of amateur radio operator certificates. The first is 8 x 10 and will fit a standard 8x10 horizontal photo frame the second certificate is a full 8. Photocopy of amateur radio certificate issued by the foreign country a passport photo in jpg format temporary residents in israel and citizens of foreign countries will be issued a temporary amateur radio station operating permit using the foreign call-sign that was issued to the license applicants in their countries of origin with the 4x prefix. the certificate created can be printed and framed and then hung on your wall or you can use it simply to see what your new vanity call might look like as compared to other calls that you might be considering. For more questions that might appear on an amateur radio license examination, click on the. Amateur radio license certificate gone are the days when the fcc supplied a nice license that we could put in a frame and be proud to display. The size is 11x17 or 11x14 which can be mounted in any 11x17 or 11x14 picture frame. Amateur radio, also known as ham radio, is the use of radio frequency spectrum for purposes of non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, private recreation, radiosport, contesting, and emergency communication. Although in amateur radio circles people often refer to having an amateur license that is not strictly correct in new zealand. In new zealand anyone wishing to operate a radio transmitter in the amateur bands needs to hold a nz general amateur operators certificate or radio operators certificate of competence and have a callsign allocated to.