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Date Posted: Thu 20 Feb 2014; 9:33am
Author: John
In reply to: me 's message, "Re: RF MAN - UK CALLS PAGE" on Fri 06 Jul 2012; 9:42am

This sentence currently incorrect

"The correct regional locator must be used when away from the Main Station Address. G0AAA must sign GW0AAA/M when mobile in Wales, or will be changed to GM0AAA if he moves to Scotland."

Ofcom's interpretation of the lifetime licence issued in 2006 is that the main station callsign must always be used. G0AAA would still sign G0AAA even if in Wales of Scotland. (/P /M optional). Ofcom is not suggesting that the current practice be change now and this is likely to be revised in the 2015 licence review. So currently use of Regional Designators when away from the main station is optional.

<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://rsgb.org/main/rsgb-consultations/consultation-archive/ofcom-consultations/licence-review-preparation/regional-secondary-locator/">http://rsgb.org/main/rsgb-consultations/consultation-archive/ofcom-consultations/licence-review-preparation/regional-secondary-locator/</a>

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