To differentiate primary or secondary status, in DA , the Commission retasked the station class code FXB to indicate "broadband" and primary status. License status codes include:. The callsign may not be assigned to any of the competing applicants. Former club station holder "By checking this box, I certify that the call sign being requested was shown on the license for this club station within the past 2 years and that I can provide documentation, if requested. If there are more than three, click the link provided to access the All Comments page. The callsign is potentially available for a Silent Key cancellation. Coast stations which operate on medium or high frequencies, or operate with more than 1, watts of peak envelope power.
Market Based Search by auction number, markets, channel block, and more. Application Status Application Purpose And more. Select Vanity Search to see if a call sign has already been submitted on a vanity application. You can also specify more attribute combinations with the Advanced Search , search within services like Amateur and Aircraft using service-specific criteria, and perform specialized searches such as Market-Based and Geographic.
Want to search for an application within a service using criteria relevant to that specific service? The Application Search below provides access to the most basic attributes of an application. Link Registration ID Search by link registration identification number. Want to search for applications of any radio service code based on combinations of general application attributes? Secondary Markets Search Search by Assignment information, transfer information, date information, and more.
Licensee Name and Address The name of the individual or business entity holding the license, its address, and other contact information such as phone, fax, and e-mail. Passenger ships that travel along the coast must be able to communicate at shorter range with coast stations. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Its the Trusty who has control! The callsign is currently assigned to another licensee. A File Number assigned after the FCC conversion of amateur license data to the ULS during the week of August 8—15, begins with a zero; one assigned prior the conversion begins with a few exceptions with the last two digits of the year in which they were assigned apparently starting in , and in many cases the first six digits match the grant date exactly. Special temporary authorizations and developmental authorizations may also be renewed, subject to some restrictions.