This free PDF file contains two Worldwide grid square maps. The first map displays the fields (first two letters of a maidenhead locator) while the second includes also squares (third and fourth digit) and it can be useful to determine what is your ham radio grid square. PDF file can be enlarged and scaled to A3 and higher dimensions.
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