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    Default The best prefix list.

    I used this yet again over the weekend & realised I had not shared it with anyone.
    I have a printed copy of this that I use for special event stations etc. etc. & it is so complete that I never fail to find what I want.
    http://homepages.tesco.net/~a.wadsworth ... efixes.pdf

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    Default Re: The best prefix list.

    Excellent, exhaustive list! Thanx, M8.

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    Thanks for taking the time to share this with hrf.
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    No joy for me. bandwidth limit reached?
    edit: Ah, working now

    Good list, has regional call breakdown as well... which I'm always keen on, there's a big difference between eg. 5N0 and 5N7
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    Thanks for the excellent list.
    Does anyone know of a list in country order as well as prefix order please ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digiman47
    Thanks for the excellent list.
    Does anyone know of a list in country order as well as prefix order please ?
    For a quick list, you could copy/paste this (http://life.itu.int/radioclub/rr/ap42.htm) to a spread sheet, then sort by country order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digiman47
    Thanks for the excellent list.
    Does anyone know of a list in country order as well as prefix order please ?
    Both here
    http://www.425dxn.org/dxcc/dxccmain.html

    cheers,
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    Many thanks for the list. It certainly look better than the "official" one I bought from the RSGB, which had tiny type-face and alternate lines of white and then grey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0lsx View Post
    I used this yet again over the weekend & realised I had not shared it with anyone.
    I have a printed copy of this that I use for special event stations etc. etc. & it is so complete that I never fail to find what I want.
    http://homepages.tesco.net/~a.wadsworth ... efixes.pdf
    I don't get a link to the pdf, just the front page of tesco.net
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    This will now get you to Tony's very good website http://www.g3npf.co.uk
    Spoke to Tony today from GB2CPM was good to hear him as he's not had the best of health latley.
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    Thanks ! I have the pdf now.
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    My Ham radio site has no popups, no music, no banners.
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    The USA list is something I've wanted for years. Thanks to Tony, I now have it.


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    I use the Bullzip 'print to pdf' printer driver. Lets me print to a pdf file without buying Adobe Pro. I can print any web page to a pdf. Particularly useful for large web pages.

    http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php No popups, it never asked me for money.
    Last edited by N4AAB; Tue 26th Aug 2014 at 23:02. Reason: info

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    Quote Originally Posted by N4AAB View Post
    I don't get a link to the pdf, just the front page of tesco.net
    Same here, just Tesco site. Every little helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0lsx View Post
    I used this yet again over the weekend & realised I had not shared it with anyone.
    I have a printed copy of this that I use for special event stations etc. etc. & it is so complete that I never fail to find what I want.
    http://homepages.tesco.net/~a.wadsworth ... efixes.pdf
    is not working get a Promotion Website
    send me please PN with the PDF
    Thanks
    Peter

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    Tony Wadsworth - G3NPF is now sadly SK hence the web site link not working.
    That site had everything you wanted to know about amateur radio.
    Pete - 2EFVL
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    As all of these links are now dead, and sadly we can't get to Tony's (SK) original document, I wonder whether it's worth having a new Sticky post, with fresh info?

    Thanks,

    Chris
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    I think it would be a good idea.
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    Give this a shot and see if it is what you are seeking. http://www.ac6v.com/prefixes.htm I am unsure how exhaustive his list was, but this seemed as though it was pretty complete.

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    THAT works ...
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