Just to remind folks that you’re still required on DV to use, as applicable, the correct suffix on spoken ID sends. It’s a bit grey on the call sign alias attached to radio ID as set in your radio - but I alter mine to have suffix added as general practise.
Whilst using a mobile or handheld, at your station (registered) address, no suffix is required, so direct QSO and RoIP (gateway, nearby repeater and hotspot) it’s your unamended call sign used.
If you’re away temporarily from station address, but not operating more than a few days from a one or more semi-static temporary station QTH‘s, you’re ‘mobile‘ and ‘Mobile‘ suffixed to call sign is the required ID. Technically, since we’re talking telegraphic use of voice, ‘/M‘ would be correct on your radio‘s digital send, but I guess since most see that as a RTTY/CW convention, it’s a grey area and subject specific region license rules, apply as necessary for MGM id’s (automated and embedded digital ID sends).
If you’re operating from one or more (a few in other words) locations where you operate static whilst at the location for a few days or so, you’re ‘Portable’ (unless it’s a SES operation where the conventions can vary), so it’s ‘xxxxx Portable’ being the correct spoken ID announce, MGM alias ID’s should have a technical ‘/P’ suffix also.
If you’re operating on a maritime vessel (boat, ship, dinghy) outside of inland waters, you’re ‘Maritime Mobile’ and suffix is as such, or ‘/MM’ for the MGM alias.
I’ve seen plenty of cases where it’s conveniently blind-eyed or ignored, and to the credit of some - recognition and usage of. So I thought it worth pointing out since the written authoritive words have quite caught up with this century and tech yet.
It’s even greyer when you use a non-radio RoIP access, so there I’d say stick with the basic call sign unless you clearly are in the realms of not operating from registered station address.