If you would like to order a similar map of a particular area for your website, or need any other graphics processing or web-design, please contact me - details are on the 'Contact' page. A 2 x 2 formatted call sign that does not start with the letter A e. Area digits also between 0 and 9 of ham stations outside of the contiguous U. Hams hold calls nearly more dear than their given names! What else do I need to know about Vanity Call Signs? Callsigns have an internationally agreed structure, meaning you can determine where a person is from based on the prefixes.
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Comments and suggestions may be directed to the following address: For more details consult Part Special prefixes for all provinces and territories for use by all Canadian amateurs not to exceed two months. By using the above tables and information it is possible to determine much about the station using them. These not only indicate the country in which the station is located, but also the type of station - a separate set of prefixes being used to indicate whether the amateur radio licence is privately held by an individual or whether it is a club station.
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The groups are assigned as such: However, the most prominent part of a QSL card is the operator's call sign. So, now you can believe me when I say I am truly "one in over seven billion! TenTec amplifier for QRP rigs. Yes I did for the first few months. Like a lot of other hams I decided to take part in the "Vanity Insanity" and request a call of my choice. Extras, of course, may request a call from any of the four groups.
Introduction to Shortwave Listening. The shoutbox is unavailable to non-members. Hope all going well at club for world amateur radio day good luck to you all busy at work the sun is out and its boating weather will listen for you when i get home if you still there. This was formalized in with the introduction of two licence classes A and B. Finland of the future will need efficient, secure and increasingly faster communications. Finnish amateur radio operators usually use a call sign prefix OH. There are of course quite a few more aspects of the system, but this should get you off to a good start.