If you were actually in those places (at least P5), you would not be
under FCC rules, and probably have to sign something more like
P5/N2RJ. I get the point -- just picking!--Mike, WV2ZOW
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 9:28 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> They are called “indicators” and covered by 97.119(c)
> (c) One or more indicators may be included with the call sign. Each
> indicator must be separated from the call sign by the slant mark (/) or by
> any suitable word that denotes the slant mark. If an indicator is
> self-assigned, it must be included before, after, or both before and after,
> the call sign. No self-assigned indicator may conflict with any other
> indicator specified by the FCC Rules or with any prefix assigned to another
> So I can do something like N2RJ/140 or N2RJ/NNJ
> I cannot do N2RJ/KP4 or N2RJ/P5 unless I’m actually in those places.
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 9:17 AM Joe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> What is the official rules from the FCC regarding anything after a call
>> Like we have actually from the FCC the /AG & /AE For when people UP-Grade.
>> I remember people used /N and /T for to indicate a Novice or Tech License.
>> So what can legally be added to the end of a call?
>> Joe WB9SBD
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>> On 3/28/2018 8:50 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>> > The rules are pretty clear and using KP4???/KT6 is perfectly fine. I
>> > believe I could use WP2AA/KK4 if I was my NC home last weekend. I recall
>> > having a KH6???/7 call me. I am guessing that he meant portable W7 and
>> > KH7 but we'll let the WPX committee handle this.
>> > 73,
>> > John PJ4R (KK9A,op)
>> > Ria, N2RJ sent:
>> > There was one op, a KP4 signing his call/KT6.
>> > >From what I understand you either sign /6 or /W6. The KT6 counted as a
>> > multiplier in WPX but I am wondering if it is valid or if it will be
>> > removed.
>> > What are your thoughts?
>> > 73
>> > Ria, N2RJ
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