Yes, for existing amateur radio licence holders, the department is considering issuing an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate which indicates the same call sign as the radio licence. A similar process would be required where an individual holds more than one call sign. In this case, one call sign would be noted on the certificate and the remaining call sign s would be listed as a "registration" in the new database. The amateur will need to return a "request-for-information" card to advise the department which call sign is to be included on the certificate. The department will then provide a call sign registration document to the radio amateur. This proposal does not change the legal status of the Amateur Radio Operator Certificate.
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Forgot Password? This handy operating aid contains four useful references including the UTC time conversion chart, the ITU phonetic alphabet, guidelines to using the RST System, communication procedures and good phone operating guidelines. Voice Code Situation Go ahead K Used after calling CQ, or at the end of a transmission, to indicate any station is invited to transmit. Over AR Used after a call to a specific station, before the contact has been established. KN Used at the end of any transmission when only the specific station contacted is invited to answer. Stand by or wait AS A temporary interruption of the contact. Roger R Indicates a transmission has been received correctly and in full.
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Licenses to operate amateur stations for personal use are granted to individuals of any age once they demonstrate an understanding of both pertinent FCC regulations and knowledge of radio station operation and safety considerations. Applicants as young as five years old have passed examinations and were granted licenses. Operator licenses are divided into different classes, each of which corresponds to an increasing degree of knowledge and corresponding privileges. Over the years, the details of the classes have changed significantly, leading to the current system of three open classes and three grandfathered but closed to new applicants classes.