Terry- I only see one picture.
I wouldn't be surprised if Eaton had different breakers codenamed for 'Ham', 'Treadmill', 'Vacuum', 'Circular Saw', etc
I can't say about the other code names for different problems. You may be absolutely correct.
I only posted George's photo of the BR type. I made a pic of the box for the CH breakers and also the back side of the actual HAM breaker. The only way to differentiate between the good and the bad is to take the actual breaker and look on the back side for a label that depicts HAM in the product code. If you go to a supply house today and buy one of these breakers rest assured it will be the faulty one.
Other potential problems that could occur because of these devices are in home life support equipment that would have the potential to shut down because the faulty AFCI tripped because of an amateur radio transmission nearby. Some of these devices are:
Kidney dialysis machine
Apnea monitor for infants (24 months and under)
Pressure breathing therapy
Infusion feeding pump
Peritoneal dialysis machine
All of the general public and all amateurs need to know about theses faulty AFCI's.
I am also attaching a questionnaire on how for his neighbors to deal with the tripping AFCI's that was sent to a fellow ham (whom I will not name) in another part of the country that was having problems. Read this questionnaire, it's heading to me infers that "HAM Radio" is the problem and not the breaker itself. If there is not a ham nearby then there would not be a problem.