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About Vanity Call Signs

About Vanity Call Signs

Don't like your call? Are people confusing letters all of the time? CW weight too high? There are many reasons a person might to get a vanity call. The process can be confusing and we have seen many put in a request for callsigns that aren't even valid calls ins in the US, effectively wasting their $35 fee. Let's break this down and provide you some resources to help track the progress.

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Valid US Call Signs

Every call sign in the US starts with either a one letter prefix (K, N, W) or a two letter prefix (AA-AL, KA-KZ, NA-NZ, WA-WX), and a one to three letter suffix separated by a number 0-9.

Learn more about Amateur Call Signs.

Finding Valid Call Signs

How to Obtain Vanity Call Signs

Here is the FCC information about Vanity Call Signs (see “Vanity Call Signs” tab)

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