[amsat-bb] Part 97 sec97.119 B2

wa4hfn@comcast.net wa4hfn at comcast.net
Sun Apr 10 10:11:56 PDT 2011

(2) By a phone emission in the English language. Use of {a phonetic alphabet} as an aid for correct station identification is encouraged;

 So we can use any form of word to letter that is necessary to ID a ham station
There is no set legal phonetic alphabet in place per the FCC part 97
 I can legaly say HOT FRIDAY NIGHT for HFN and it is ok. Also no one can require you to use a certian phonetic alphabeton the ham bands , it can be requested but not required

 WA4HFN em55  Damon

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