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Call-sign allocation plan

In telecommunication, call-sign allocation plan is the table of allocation of international call sign series contained in the current edition of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Radio Regulations.

Note: In the table of allocation, the first two characters of each call sign (whether two letters or one number and one letter, in that order) identify the nationality of the station[?]. In certain instances where the complete alphabetical block is allocated to a single nation, the first letter is sufficient for national identity. Individual assignments are made by appropriate national assignment authorities from the national allocation.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C and from the Code of Federal Regulations, Telecommunications Parts 0-199



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