The ham radio call sign is the most often used ham radio code by ham radio operators when communicating with other amateur radio operators in the world. Call Sign Example. The call sign is a code with a special purpose: it uniquely identifies each ham radio station. As you will see, there are many more ham radio codes with special purposes. Each call sign contains information on the location of the ham radio operator's station in the world.
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He lived in a cabin a few miles from the Hilltop Colony and manned a ham radio to look for other survivors. Taking cover in a cabin a few miles from the Hilltop Colony , the radio operator was well-prepared, hiding his cabin using camouflage netting and putting up multiple traps for walkers. The man used his radio to call out to other survivors, but received no response. Apparently giving into despair, he eventually handcuffed himself to his bed and took an overdose of pills as well as covering his head with a bag to help the process along through suffocation. At some point after his suicide, the man's cabin was found by Harlan Carson and Gabriel Stokes following their escape from the Sanctuary after Gabriel heard the man's loose sign clanking against a pole.
Request Types: In Memoriam
While the FCC takes 18 or more days to actually process your vanity application, you must meet all of the FCC's requirements as of the official receipt date by the FCC see below for details. In particular, the following requirements must be met on the receipt date :. There are several vanity request types ; see the Request Types use the links on the right margin of that page. If the licensee cannot provide adequate documentation of his claim, the FCC will reverse the vanity callsign grant.
Such information would be vital not only for SatNOGS operations but also for amateur radio operators interested in satellite telecommunications. Over the past many years, lots of radio amateurs undertook the challenge by creating personal pages that would keep track of transmitter data, and although there are really fine examples of such efforts props to PE0SAT , JE9PEL , OZ9AEC , AMSAT-UK and others those are unfortunately not scalable approaches, that could easily become deprecated and are not easily exported for further usage. Our solution was to create SatNOGS DB an open satellite transmitter database, that allows everyone to suggest transmitter information of active satellites and collaborate in keeping the database up-to date.