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 Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns

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PostSubject: Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns   radio - Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns Icon_minitimeMon May 03, 2021 10:19 pm

Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns
On April 20, 2021, in response to a Freedom of Information request, Ofcom released a database of 96,776 issued amateur radio callsigns for the UK and Crown Dependencies

The database can be useful for people wanting to apply for a specific call sign as it shows calls which are not available for issue.

Download the Issued Callsigns Database from
[url=https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/718728/response/1773383/attach/10/List of issued Amateur callsigns.xlsx]Click this link[/url]

The accompanying Ofcom FoI response letter is at
[url=https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/718728/response/1773383/attach/9/IR List of available Amateur Radio Callsigns.pdf]Click this link[/url]

To determine which callsigns might be available in addition to the database of issued callsigns you should also use the Ofcom database of Forbidden Suffixes at
Click this link

Those who've passed the RSGB Full exam have the option of applying for callsigns from G and M call blocks including G2, G3, G4, G5 and M5. Details of how to apply for specific callsigns are at
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2020/november/g-callsigns-for-those-passing-full-exam.htm

For those selecting a Foundation or Intermediate callsign the database can be used to see which calls are available in the M3, M6, M7 or 2*0, 2*1 call blocks.
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Call Sign : 26CT695 & 26DT1096
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PostSubject: Re: Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns   radio - Ofcom release database of issued UK amateur radio callsigns Icon_minitimeYesterday at 11:41 pm

Ofcom release amateur radio callsign database
In response to a Freedom of Information (FoI) request Ofcom have released the database of 147,877 Amateur Radio callsigns for the UK and Crown Dependencies for May 2021

The database can be useful for people wanting to apply for a specific call sign as it shows calls which are not available for issue.

Download the May 2021 Issued Callsigns Database from
[url=https://whatdotheyknow.com/request/747973/response/1789358/attach/3/Amateur callsigns.xlsx]https://whatdotheyknow.com/request/747973/response/1789358/attach/3/Amateur%20callsigns.xlsx[/url]

The accompanying Ofcom FoI response letter is at
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/list_of_allocated_amateur_
radio#incoming-1789358

To determine which callsigns might be available in addition to the database of issued callsigns you should also use the Ofcom database of Forbidden Suffixes at
https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/file/0026/165734/allocated-reserved-forbidden-call-sign.csv

Those who've passed the RSGB Full exam have the option of applying for callsigns from G and M call blocks including G2, G3, G4, G5 and M5. 

For those selecting a Foundation or Intermediate callsign the database can be used to see which calls are available in the M3, M6, M7 or 2*0, 2*1 call blocks.
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