Amateur Radio Callsigns

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Dear Office of Communications,

I would like a list of all available amateur radio callsigns.

Yours faithfully,

William Dover

Julia Snape, Office of Communications

Dear Mr Dover

 

Request for information, reference: 1-252468335

 

Thank you for your request for information which has been considered under
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

You asked: I would like a list of all available amateur radio callsigns.

 

I am writing to confirm that Ofcom has now completed its search:

 

We attach a list of all unallocated UK Amateur Radio call signs which are
currently^1 available for any person(s) that is eligible to apply for a UK
Amateur Radio Licence. The details include:

 

UK Amateur Foundation Radio Licence product call sign i.e. “M6xxx” (where
x represents letters which make up the call sign suffix);

 

UK Amateur Intermediate Radio Licence product call sign i.e. “2xAAA”
(where x = the appropriate Regional Secondary Indicator within the United
Kingdom and where “AAA” represents letters which make up the call sign
suffix);

 

UK Amateur Full Radio Licence product call sign i.e. “M0xxx” (where x
represents letters which make up the call sign suffix).

 

^1This information is correct as at 16:30 on Friday 14 March 2014.

 

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Julia Snape, Office of Communications

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Dear Mr Dover

Please find attached the list referred to in my earlier email.

Kind regards

Julia

 

 

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