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From a knowledge of these ham radio call signs it is possible to learn something about the licencee - the type of amateur radio or ham radio licence held and also when it was issued. As the types of ham radio licence available have changed over the years, and different call sign series were issued for each one, it may be difficult to identify what the callsigns mean without a table and explanation. Within the UK, there are three types of amateur radio licence that can be obtained, namely the Foundation Licence, Intermediate Licence and the Full Licence. Each of these ham radio licences offers different privileges in a form of incentive amateur radio licence scheme through which all new UK radio hams must progress to achieve the full licence.
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Amateur Call Sign Systems
N5DUX's US Call Area Map
Use for callsigns, aliases, prefixes and suffixes. Use a question mark? A random text search. Use to find names, addresses, cities, towns, zip codes, etc.. For best results, use the minumum number of words. Leave out middle initials, street types or any other "noise" words. No punctuation is considered.
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Amateur Radio Callsign Lookups
Jump to navigation. A unique call sign is assigned to each amateur station during the processing of its license applications. Each new call sign is assigned sequentially using the sequential call sign system, which is based on the alphabetized regional-group list for the licensee's operator class and mailing address.
Unfortunately this document is rather unclear and difficult to interpret on some issues. I was motivated to write this because I have been challenged on my use of the mobile suffix while on a summit and I have been confused by a station reporting to be portable when walking. In this article I try to make sense of determining whether one is operating mobile or portable. There seem to be two approaches to defining the correct suffix to use.