Available amateur radio vanity call signs
You don't get to choose the call sign. Once you have been assigned a call sign you can trade it in for a specific 1-by-3 format call sign meaning one letter, either K, N or W, one numeral - zero through nine and three suffix letters of your choosing under the new Vanity Call Sign System. A few "N" calls are available. Technicians and General Class amateurs also may select a new 1-by-3 call sign.
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W5YI : Introduction to Vanity Call Signs
Jump to navigation. A unique call sign is assigned to each amateur station during the processing of its license applications. Each new call sign is assigned sequentially using the sequential call sign system, which is based on the alphabetized regional-group list for the licensee's operator class and mailing address. The station is reassigned its same call sign upon renewal or modification of its license, unless the licensee applies for a change to a new sequentially assigned or vanity call sign on FCC Form
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Amateur Call Sign Systems
Forgot Password? The FCC offers amateur licensees the opportunity to request a specific call sign for a primary station and for a club station. A call sign is selected by the FCC from a list of call signs requested by the licensee or license trustee. Military recreation stations are not eligible for a vanity call sign. A Vanity call sign is a special Amateur Radio call sign specifically chosen by a person or club who is currently an Amateur Radio licensee similar in purpose to Vanity license plates on cars.
Vanity Call Signs: For a listing of the ham call signs from the FCC's database that will be coming available tomorrow for submission on a vanity license request, links to call signs that will be coming available in the future, and for a listing of the ham vanity applications that have been granted by the FCC, and for links to the applications that have alread been filed with the FCC and the status of those applications, click on the "vanity calls" link to the left. For quick links to ham vanity calls that will be coming available and to applications that have already been filed with the fcc, click on the buttons below. The information is sorted and may be viewed by call prefix, district or suffix as indicated below. The menu items to the left of this text will take you to the many items available to you on the RadioQTH site.