The most accurate amateur radio callsign server on the web.

UTC: 08:42 Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Enter Callsign:

The highest temperature ever recorded in the US was in Death Valley in 1913. You'd think that after 100 plus years, global warming would have broken that record.

Callbook/Logbook Program CD

Latest FCC Information
Breakfast Club Net
Midwest Country Cousins Net
Before Breakfast Club Net
Southern Country Cousins Net
Contact Hamdata
FCC Universal Licensing System
Radio Amateurs of Canada
FCC Reports-2009
FCC Reports-2010
FCC Reports-2011
FCC Reports-2012
FCC Reports-2013
FCC Reports-2014
FCC Reports-2015
FCC Reports-2016
FCC Reports-2017
FCC Reports-2018
FCC Reports-2019

Hamdata Database
March 17, 2019
US Callsigns..822,608*
Canadian Callsigns..80,740
Other Callsigns..1,738

*This number matches exactly the number of 'active' licenses reported by the FCC.

In the last 12 months, the FCC has updated or issued 125,019 amateur radio licenses.

Lookups: 82
DALLAS TX 75248-1609

County: DALLAS
Class: Extra
Previous Call: KE5MTS
License Expires: Mar 20, 2027
FRN: 0016131930
FCC ULS Listing
FCC Updates
Dec 24, 2016
Mar 20, 2007
Mar 9, 2007
Feb 28, 2007
Edit information for WB5RVZ

Includes FCC updates thru Mar 16, 2019

Vanity Callsigns

Need to know if a callsign is available? Just enter it here. If the callsign isn 't found, then it is available. Be aware, that if you enter a previous callsign, the new call for that licensee will be displayed. In this case, the callsign you entered is now available.

The Changing Operating Classes

Over the past year the Technician class has increased at an average rate of 16/day.

The Novice class has decreased at an average rate of 3/day.

The General class has increased at an average rate of 3/day.

The Advanced class has decreased at an average rate of 8/day.

The Extra class has increased at an average rate of 5/day.

Club Stations have increased at an average rate of <1/day.

To see the license class distribution among US amateurs along with much more information, check out the FCC info page.

Find your upgrade, or new callsign.
FCC Reports

Do you know how many amateur stations are in your state or province?
Click here to find out.