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December 13, 2019
US Callsigns..824,942*
Canadian Callsigns..82,013
Other Callsigns..1,753

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

In the last 12 months, the FCC has updated or issued 116,802 amateur radio licenses.

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7719 NE 141ST ST

County: KING
Class: Extra
Previous Call: W7KKX
License Expires: Mar 12, 2029
FRN: 0021217070
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The Changing Operating Classes

Over the past year the Technician class has increased at an average rate of 11/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 4/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.

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