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Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Cold War Vet, Nov 3, 2017.
just feeling fantastic i got my general ticket tonight
Welcome to the forum and even better, welcome to the world of Amateur radio!
Good job passing the tests!
Congrats and enjoy!!! I just renewed my ticket. Will be 20 yrs next year....
Congrats. General opens more of the world for sure.
Welcome and congrats! When you get your call let us know and maybe we can work you on the bands
Congratulations! Hope to catch you on the air soon.
Feels good doesn't it? It is an accomplishment that most people will never know.
What is your call sign?
Congrats again and we will make a contact soon!
congrats, welcome to the world of HF, and welcome to the forum.
tallman no call sign yet the VEC'S said i would get a email from the FCC in about a week
Firerunner,wavrider and everyone here
A very heartfelt Thank you for the congrats
I look forward to making contacts with each of you
Great job on the /AG. Enjoy HF!
Finally the FCC steps into the real world and notifies you. Previous you had to wait until you show up on their database and check yourself.
Regarding the above post from tba02, unless you are currently a tech license holder, you can't transmit until you get your call sign on the database. If you already have your tech license and call sign, then yes you can transmit on the General class frequencies using the /AG suffix while waiting to get on the updated FCC database.
Not sure if that's what tba02 was implying.
You can also search your name on QRZ. com in about a week and when your name appears with your call sign, go to your call sign home page and click on detail tab and you'll see a link for your FCC record and that'll take you direct to the FCC database page for your call if you want to see this too.
Once your call sign appears on QRZ, your good to go.