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Re: [ARRL-LOTW] Station Location

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  • Bob Nielsen
    ... Actually the CEPT regulations specifically require using the indicator of the country as a prefix, rather than a suffix, so you would use M/ rather than /M
    Message 1 of 31 , Jan 1, 2009
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      On Jan 1, 2009, at 9:59 AM, Peter Laws wrote:

      >
      > As noted, /M would be valid in England (assuming that's how CEPT
      > requires you to ID). Looks like /P would be good in the Netherlands.
      >

      Actually the CEPT regulations specifically require using the
      indicator of the country as a prefix, rather than a suffix, so you
      would use M/ rather than /M when operating in England:

      2.3 When transmitting in the visited country the licence holder must
      use his national call sign preceded by the call sign prefix of the
      visited country as indicated in Appendices II and IV. The call sign
      prefix and the national call sign must be separated by the character
      “/” (telegraphy) or the word “stroke” (telephony).
    • Jim
      Not sure if you get county hunting credit if you work stations at a certain county. Forget WAS award cause of your travels. DXCC your OK with as long as your
      Message 31 of 31 , Jan 2, 2009
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        Not sure if you get county hunting credit if you work stations at a certain county.

        Forget WAS award cause of your travels.

        DXCC your OK with as long as your in the lower 48 States so using your home call you can
        get DXCC credit because of the way the new rules read.
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