Morse Code No Longer Required for Hams (1/24)
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 | Comments
Morse code is no longer required for earning an amateur radio license, according to a previously announced ruling. The FCC officially published the change, which eliminates testing for Morse code proficiency for all ham licenses, in the Jan. 24 Federal Register, and the change takes effect Feb. 23. The FCC will also allow new amateurs to use more frequencies, including those to communicate worldwide.

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