Royal Callisgn anyone?

A place to discuss all aspects of amateur radio operation.
Post Reply
User avatar
MrWeetabix
Admin
Admin
Posts: 14208
Joined: 26 Aug 2008, 13:34
Call Sign: 26TM175
Location: Tynemouth

Royal Callisgn anyone?

Post by MrWeetabix » 10 May 2018, 09:42

UK radio amateurs wishing to celebrate the royal wedding can apply for a Notice of Variation to do so.

Ofcom will issue a NoV to authorise the temporary use of the Regional Secondary Locator R after the United Kingdom call sign prefix.

So M1ACB could use MR1ACB, 2E1GKR could use 2R1GKR and GW1MFG could use GR1MFG—note that the celebratory letter R replaces the usual Regional Secondary Locator.

Exact details are given in the NoV documentation. To apply visit the RSGB web page rsgb.org/rwrsl—the NoV is free and open to all UK licensees.

You must apply for the Notice of Variation before using the R, and it will only be valid between 19 and 21 May 2018.
26TM175. OP: Craig. QTH: Tynemouth. Also 163TM175 when mobile in Wales 8)

PO Box: 62 Town: Albrighton City: Wolverhampton Zip: WV7 3WR

TM1 is now on Facebook http://tinyurl.com/TM1onFB || New Tango Mike QSL cards https://tinyurl.com/TM1-NewQSL

User avatar
RadioPixie
Top Poster
Top Poster
Posts: 1951
Joined: 08 May 2011, 17:53
Call Sign: 26TM552
Location: Peoples Republic of Cornwall

Re: Royal Callisgn anyone?

Post by RadioPixie » 10 May 2018, 20:48

Each to his or her own, but......

if it was R for Republic, yes I would!
73 from Dave the Pixie - G7OPC - 26CT052 - CB & Ham Radioaficionado

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 7 guests