Information about using radio frequencies, aeronautical voice frequencies, and ADS-B OUT for drones.

Unmanned aircraft command, control and data link radio frequencies

Unmanned aircraft must use the right radio frequencies, so they don’t cause harmful interference to vital radio systems like aeronautical radio navigation systems, cellular phones, or emergency services.

Unmanned aircraft remote pilots using aeronautical radio voice frequencies

There are two parts to getting an approval to transmit your voice using an aeronautical radio: pilot qualification and approved callsign.

ADS-B OUT for drones

In limited circumstances, the CAA can approve the use of ADS-B OUT for Part 102 certificated unmanned aircraft operations.

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