I have a US amateur radio license. I do not have a passport or Canadian amateur radio certificate. If I went near the border but stayed on the US side, set up an amateur radio station on a wheeled cart, enabled VOX (so I could talk on the radio without touching it), used a stick to push the cart into Canada, and began talking on the radio, am I subject to either US or Canadian amateur radio regulations?
In 1952, Canada and the United States signed a Reciprocal Operating Agreement treaty. In the terms of the agreement, visiting Amateurs may operate in the host country in accordance with the rules and regulations of the host country.
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