US Amateur Radio Message Viewer

The Amateur Radio tradition of self-policing is vital to preserving our frequencies and our hobby. You are viewing a database of messages sent to or from US licensed stations on amateur radio frequencies within the last 21 days.

Please review messages, and look for and report suspected abuse or direct rule violations. Your fellow hams welcome friendly outreach to help them correct an inadvertent or naive mistake. There are sometimes also intentional abusers. They need to be reported.

US FCC rules prohibit communications...
...for hire or for material compensation, direct or indirect, paid or promised which the licensee or operator has a pecuniary interest
...intended to facilitate a criminal act; messages encoded for the purpose of obscuring their meaning; obscene or indecent words or language; or false or deceptive messages, signals or identification
...on a regular basis, which could reasonably be furnished alternatively through other radio services.

There are limitations on third-party and international communications. Please familiarize yourself with FCC Part 97.113, 97.115, and 97.117.

Current FCC Part 97 Rules
US FCC ULS License Search
Please report any message that appears to violate FCC rules by clicking the button at the bottom of the form. This sends the message to a Winlink Administrator for action. Thanks!

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