Category - Amateur
Hamcall world-wide callsign database worlds largest qsl database! 48,130,259 successful callsign searches so far! Over 13,454,958 callsigns in the hamcall database. Amateur radio call signs are allocated to amateur radio operators around the world. The call signs are used to legally identify the station or operator, with some countries requiring the station call sign to always be used and others allowing the operator call sign instead. Arrl, the national association for amateur radio 225 main street newington, ct, 06111-1400 usa tel fax toll-free hqarrl. Org contact arrl the arrl is a member-society and international secretariat of the international amateur radio union. Netherlands (kingdom of the) paa-piz netherlands (kingdom of the) - aruba p4a-p4z. The 1953 north sea flood was a major flood caused by a heavy storm that occurred on the night of saturday, morning of sunday, 1 february 1953. The floods struck the netherlands, belgium and the united kingdom. A combination of a high spring tide and a severe european windstorm over the north sea caused a storm tide the combination of wind, high tide, and low pressure led. International call books amur region (zone 19) callbook russian language andorra callsign list from the andorra qsl bureau antarctic activity & qsl information argentina (lu) callbook a. - busto arsizio callbook italian section aruba (p4) callbook australian online register of radiocommunications licences australian (vks) on the internet. Iamexpat is an english-language online media platform providing up-to-date information, expat news, job listings, housing services and lifestyle tips for internationals in the netherlands. The prefixes used by a country for both commercial and amateur radio purposes are determined from one or more itu allocation blocks issued to that country. , supporting an estimated 700,000 jobs, and the eighth largest importer of u. Is the largest foreign investor in the netherlands and has its largest bilateral trade surplus in the world with this country (24 billion in 2015).