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Call Sign : 26-CT-3228 Ham M7VIC Posts : 1143 Times Thanked : 73 Join date : 2019-11-10 QTH or Location : Bedford Equipment Used : Various
Subject: Re: Call sign (Issued) Tue Jan 12, 2021 7:37 am
Radio code - Amateur Radio, (Ham), or CB, (Citizens Band), common usage "73" meaning "Best Regards", (or similar intent).
There's a whole history of codes amongst radio operators most seeming to have stemmed from original telegraph operators. People will argue the history, some will tell you that "73" shouldn't be used in the plural, others are not too fussed. You're free to use them, or not, up to you really.
'Google' will give many different, albeit similar results in a search query.
You're welcome on the request reposting, wanted to make sure you got a callsign which you now have. Enjoy