- n. Plural form of callsign.
“It was good to hear so many different callsigns though.”
“Anyways, the Obamas now have their very own callsigns:”
“Hams speak an esoteric language, a mix of radio slang and callsigns , and they like to talk about the enduring virtues of Morse code, which many still use on the airwaves.”
“Then, as you point out, you can automate the process of removing ASCII characters which, to be fair, should have been hard-coded into the character generator to begin with - I know they filter for Blizzard callsigns and presumably some other stuff.”
“The phonetic alphabet (see in the Toolbox, Appendix 2) is used so that the callsigns can be more readily understood over the radio, thus the above example becomes Romeo Tango Hotel Base (shortened to Tango Hotel Base), or Romeo Tango Hotel Mobile One.”
“The OPFOR may reference the false unit designator in communications traffic and may use false unit callsigns.”
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“There is a filter list, which con - tains a list of callsigns and interfaces.”
“If the State was officially unaware of the existence of amateur radio how could they apply for licences and be issued with official callsigns?”
“For bomb hunter callsigns Brimstone 32 and 45, who comprise the high-risk search team, the mission appeared to be relatively routine, on paper at least.”
“He has secured the callsigns FT5WQ and FT5XT and hopes to become active during shore leaves.”
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