Re: ARLA/CLUSTER: O "simples" sistema de atribuição dos indicativos franceses..!?

CT1FOQ - Rodrigo Nunes ct1foq gmail.com
Segunda-Feira, 10 de Agosto de 2009 - 16:20:00 WEST


Quanto a confusões de prefixos não acontecem só por cá.
E também não são só por França mas também Bélgica, Alemanha, USA, ex-URSS
para além do Liechtenstein (que é um estado independente) atribuído no
conjunto de prefixos à Suiça ou a Ordem de Malta e Spratly que são
"Unofficial prefix" etc etc.
Se tiverem curiosidade e para mais informações acerca das confusões" de
prefixos sugiro a consulta de http://www.ac6v.com/prefixes.htm#PRI
73

Rodrigo Nunes - CT1FOQ



2009/8/10 João Gonçalves Costa <joao.a.costa  ctt.pt>

>
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> amateur radio callsign confusuion
>
> Ever wondered how the French Call Sign system is derived ?
>
> *F1* is an old call issued for only 144 MHz and up but allowed in the HF
> bands since 2003.
>
> *F2* (two letter suffix) is an old call sign issued between the 1950 and
> 1955's
>
> *F3* (two letter suffix) is an old call sign issued between the 30's and
> 40's
>
> *F4* is an old FA1 or a regular without CW on 144 until 2003 and on HF
> after 2003. (A licence without CW allows only automatic CW, not manual)
>
> *F5* is a regular full licence of the 1950s (with a two letter suffix), or
> an old *FB1* (with a three letter suffix) or a regular full licence from
> 99 to 2003
>
> *F6* with a three letter suffix is a regular full licence from between
> 1968 and 1998.
>
> *F7* with a two letter suffix, was issued to an NATO member ham in France
> between 1949 and 1967
>
> *F8* is an old licence from pre WW2 (with a two letter suffix) or an old *
> FB1*, with CW certificate (with a three letter suffix), of a new ham with
> a full CW licence issued after 2003.
>
> *F0*xxx call signs (with three letter suffixes) are novice licences for
> phone only on 144, 10 watts.
>
> F2, F3 or F9 are old call signs reissued to full new licensees just after
> WW2.
>
> An *F8K*xx licence is issued to a Radio Club.
>
> Some National Ham Associations have call signs as follows:
>
> F6PTT - the National Postmen’s Association.
> F8UFT - the Union Française des Telegraphistes.
> F8AFH - the French national Association for Blind or Disabled Hams,
>
> It is worthwhile knowing that the old F2, F3, F9 licences never had a 3
> letter suffix.
>
> For the overseas French territories, it's the same mess.
>
> Need some more information? Write to f5nql@)aol.com
> Maurice has an interesting and extensive personal profile on www.qrz.com
>
> Editor's comment: *'There!  Simple, eh'*
>
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