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2) Give the call sign of the unit you are calling first.There might be more listeners and radio network users so you must let them know that this time there will be a message.In case of some interference or just to confirm how your message was received you may.
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Under rule 17, one of the suggestions is to use the K prefix, your initials, and your residence ZIP code.Scan your AM dial today and I think that what will be found is mostly news, weather, sports, talk show hosts with call-in questions about topical issues, religious services, religious/spiritual/political discussions or individuals putting forth their own views on just about anything.Note: two other land stations licenced during this anomaly, kdpm Cleveland, Ohio, and kdpt San Diego, California, both originally non-broadcasting service stations, later transferred to the broadcast service but were eventually deleted.