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The 'Public List of Available Callsigns' is derived from data provided to AMC for the purpose of this list by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) as owner of the copyright in the data. Copying or using this data in any way other than as provided for on this AMC site is a breach of the copyright and neighbouring rights of ACMA.

Callsign Availability

The list of available callsigns should be used as a guide only. It is possible that some callsigns have been allocated and submitted to the ACMA for licence processing. ACMA processing can take up to 15 working days. We recommend that you specify a minimum of 2 callsigns on your application.

NOTE: If a callsign is not visible in the list below, it means it is not available for allocation.
In the case of 'Advanced-Foundation-Standard' and 'Repeater-Beacon' callsigns, each level/type is visible. When an applicant applies for a callsign, regardless of level/type, all matching ones will disappear from the list.

Callsign Type Region Callsign
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1E Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1F Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1G Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1H Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1I Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1L Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1M Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1N Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1O Details | Apply
Amateur - Advanced Australian Capital Territory VJ1Q Details | Apply

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