Uk amateur callsigns
Sep 7, - Please provide me with a list of ALL amateur radio call signs that OFCOM has a database entry for and their current status such as Available, Allocated, I understand that with the UK's allocation of 3 single character prefixes and various two character prefixes (for overseas territories) there are potentially a. Information for amateur radio licensees - Ofcom Doris. Age: 22. je vous ferais passer un moment de plaisir intense d'une sensualite tendre, je suis raffine, j'evolue dans un cadre chic donc je m'offre uniqement aux hommes courtois habitue a l'accompagnement d'une femme de standing RSGB Centenary in Where we hold the information you have requested we will endeavour to answer your request in full and within 20 Working Days. to identify the source of a transmission, for example if it is causing interference. The call signs that Ofcom issues for normal operation under the Amateur Radio. Licence are made up of an initial character 'G', 'M' or '2' (denoting that a station is authorised by the UK), followed by a number and then, normally, three letters. Gulliana. Age: 18. I GUARANTEE what you see is what you get Available UK ham radio call signs Feb 1, - Ofcom have released a spreadsheet showing the UK Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced call signs that were available for issue as at January 21, Jan 4, - UK ham radio call sign history. A useful history of UK amateur radio call signs is available detailing the different classes and dates of issue over the past century. Read the UK Call Sign History at alergija.info Apparently the GW prefix was originally used in the Irish Free State and. Franziska. Age: 23. Hi UK Call Signs. In the United Kingdom, Management of the wireless spectrum has been under the control of the Government since the Wireless Telegraphy Act came into force. Originally controlled by the Post Master General, the first Amateur licences were issued in and were for "Experimental Purposes". Amateur radio or ham radio call signs are unique identifiers for the 60, licensed operators in the United Kingdom. Call signs are regulated internationally by the ITU as well as nationally in the UK by 'The Office of Communication', known as Ofcom. It regulates amateur radio in the country as an independent regulator and.