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Re: Re: [ ISS Call sign



Art;  Remember that the Amateur license is actually two licenses in one
document.  The operators permit which shows the class (privileges) and
the primary station license which shows location, call and which conveys
permission to maintain equipment at that location. In the case of A club
station A trustee is selected to maintain that station  and no individual
operator privilages are assigned.  In some cases where a station already
exists only an operators license is issued.

On Sun, 26 Mar 2000 20:42:41 -0500 Arthur H Feller <w4art@AMSAT.Org>
writes:
> Hi!
> 
> At 07:52 AM 27-03-00 +1100, Ian Coots/Barwon wrote:
> >Doesn't  an Amateur callsign have to be assigned to a person or an
> >organisation,
> 
> Amateur station licenses are always issued to individuals or an 
> individual 
> acting as trustee for a group like a club.
> 
> >  and wouldn't the assigning a callsign to the ISS be assigning
> >it to a "thing" or a location?
> 
> I don't think so.  It would be more like a club station shared by a 
> number 
> of licensed operators.
> 
> Hope this helps.
> 
> 73, art.....
> 
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