Tips for searching the callsign database
Note: Wildcards only work with callsigns. Use partial names for name searches.
- For the fastest search, enter the complete callsign of the individual you are searching for.
- You must start with at least two characters in your search. The more characters you use, the faster the search.
- When using wildcards in callsign searches, enter as much of the callsign as possible.
- Wildcards will significantly slow any callsign search.
- Use the "?" to search for any single character (alphanumeric).
- Use the "*" to search for 0 or more characters. This will be the slowest search.
- To narrow the search, brackets may be used. Example: To search for all callsigns in the range WM7A to WM7E, search using WM7[A-E].
Note: All searches are limited to 1000 records. The default search will return up to 100 records. For more than 100 (up to 1000 records) go to the main search page.
- AC6* will return all callsigns from AC6A to AC6ZZZ.
- AC?PN will return all callsigns from AC0PN to AC9PN.
- AC6P* will return callsign from AC6P to AC6PZZ.
- N7T? will return all callsigns from N7TA to N7TZ.
- KE6[A-D]* will return callsigns in the range of KE6A to KE6DZZ.
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