Amateur country callsign list
PREFIX. COUNTRY. CQ-ZONE. ITU-ZONE. A2. Botswana. A3. Tonga Isl. A4. Oman & Muscat. A5. Bhutan. A6. United patrouilles.infoes. A7. Qatar. A9. Bahrain. AP t.m. AS. Pakistan. BS7. Scarborough Reef. BV. Taiwan. BV9P. Pratas. BX t.m. BZ. Amateur Radio Prefixes Jodie. Age: 29. My name is Sara United Nations [Note 1]. EU4, EW4 Grodno region The prefixes used by a country for both commercial and amateur radio purposes are determined from one or more ITU allocation blocks issued to that country. Callsigns use combinations based on those prefixes. The list below shows amateur callsign prefixes currently in use. Note: The ITU has not authorised any 1x and Qx. Joanna. Age: 18. *classy Amateur radio call signs May 10, - Latitude-Longitude listings are based on several sources; Airport Codes, Capital City Lists, the CIA Fact Book, and various Atlases. Locations given are a general The ITU allocates a block or blocks of prefixes to each country, and all callsigns must begin with the specified prefix. This applies to all radio PREFIX LISTS Note 1: FACTS. Territories, Prefixes, Suffixes and Zones of the Former USSR -- A Must See Russia Prefixes, Suffixes and Zones -- A Must See UA Prefixes, -- Geographical List of Russian Prefixes Amateur callsign system in Russia -- Geographical List of Russian Prefixes, Oblasts R0 Asiatic Russia R1 European Russia R1AN Antarctica. Viviana. Age: 19. 18 years blonde pretty very sexy no taboo callsign, amateur radio, ham radio, pictures, DX. This callsign server is made possible by sales of the HamCall DVD, in production since , and sales of patrouilles.info Gold Memberships. Thanks for your support! International visitors: HamCall shipped Airmail to any country is $65! HamCall is used by hams. With regard to the second and/or third letters in the prefixes in the list below, if the country in question is allocated all callsigns with A to Z in that position, then that country can also use call signs with the digits 0 to 9 in that position. For example, the United States is assigned KA–KZ, and therefore can also use prefixes like. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) allocates call sign prefixes for radio and television stations of all types. Since these have been used to uniquely identify operators and locate amateur stations within a geographical region or country of the world. Call signs meant for amateur radio follow the ITU's Article.