1930s Broadcast Stations with Ham Call Signs

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  1. KI4ZNV

    KI4ZNV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes. X as a second letter indicated an experimental station just like N as a second letter indicated a novice ham station. There were a whole bunch of callsign classes like that.

    W8XO, which was WLW on steroids, is now a currently used ham call in Cleveland.
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