Since suffixes can also contain digits, some countries issue suffixes usually temporarily beginning with enough digits to produce a number, usually associated with the special event for example the number of years, see New Zealand below. Retrieved 27 August In some countries, an operator may also select their own "vanity" call sign that conforms to local laws. Secure Site Login Forgot Password? They are assigned the C6A—C6Z block, and the '6' is part of the prefix.
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As a result, the web page can not be displayed. In response to Resolution 99 Rev. The resulting call sign must uniquely identify a ham radio operator within that jurisdiction. In some countries, an operator may also select their own "vanity" call sign that conforms to local laws. When a country's separating numeral denotes a geographic area within, an operator from one region operating in another region can affix a secondary suffix indicating so. A country can consist of many DXCC entities depending on its geographical make-up. Flex with 2m transverter, PR mic and hand mic.
Depending on the jurisdiction, the use of these five suffixes may be required for these types of operation. Beginning at the left of the call sign block, the country chooses one, two or three characters from within the range assigned by the ITU, enough to distinguish its call signs from other jurisdictions. Some request callsigns which reflect specific interests or modes of operation such as VE3QRP for a low-power radio club in Ontario. Chile has also issued similar call signs, for example CD Novice licensees also have access to the Vanity program.
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Ireland also takes advantage of the ITU standard to allow digits as suffix-characters. Online Swapmeet A virtual hamfest with real good stuff! The New Zealand operator substitutes their identifying separating numeral with another, so long as a second digit is added to the beginning of their normal suffix. The ITU however does not issue prefixes with either a 0 or 1 as one of the characters. Occasionally, a radio club will obtain a shorter callsign for a day; the U. Chile has also issued similar call signs, for example CD In normal call sign assignment, if a call sign has two digits e.