For occasional special events, 1-, 4-, or -5 letter suffixes can be assigned to a licensed operator for a specific period of time. Archived PDF from the original on 23 November Ireland also takes advantage of the ITU standard to allow digits as suffix-characters. The International Telecommunication Union ITU allocates call sign prefixes for radio and television stations of all types. Primary stations licensed to Advanced Class operators.
An example occurred in when the "" was used in place of district numbers for the many stations that celebrated the bicentennial of the U. If you do understand this or care to, e-mail us and we'll send you a certificate! A club station trustee of a club that has been assigned a vanity call sign is not eligible to apply for any additional vanity call signs for the club. The prefix can be composed of letters or numbers, the separating numeral is one from 0 to 9, and a suffix is from one to four characters where the last one has to be a letter. 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. Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users. A foreign national holding a Canadian Amateur Radio Operator Certificate does not need to be a resident in Canada, but must have a Canadian address at which the amateur radio operations in Canada will be based.
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To replace VY2 prefix. This page was last edited on 21 April , at These prefixes are agreed upon internationally, and are a form of country code. How do I find my own call sign? For a complete list of these allocations see the International Call Sign Allocation table. Sesquicentennial of Grey County.
However, there are cases when call signs become available for reassignment. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. In many other cases there is no direct relation between the callsign and the IOTA code. Call signs are regulated internationally by the ITU as well as nationally by Industry Canada, which regulates all aspects of amateur radio in the country. Views Read Edit View history. VE0 call signs are only intended for use when the amateur radio station is operated from a vessel that makes international voyages.