ARRL RADIOGRAM PDF

Followed by number. If no number, authorization is unlimited. Report date and time of delivery. TOD to originating station. Report to originating station the identity of station from which received, plus date and time. Report identity of station to which relayed, plus date and time, or if delivered, report date, time and method of delivery.

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Followed by number. If no number, authorization is unlimited. Report date and time of delivery. TOD to originating station. Report to originating station the identity of station from which received, plus date and time. Report identity of station to which relayed, plus date and time, or if delivered, report date, time and method of delivery.

Delivering station get reply from addressee, originate message back. Delivery by mail or landline toll call not required. If toll or other expense involved, cancel message and service originating station. Box, city, state abbreviated and ZIP code of the person the message is being sent to.

Clear, complete addresses are desirable. Include in the address of your message all matter that is necessary to enable operators to identify, contact, or locate the adressee. Normal punctuation characters are not used in the text. The letter X is used as a period but never after the last group of the text , and counts as a word when figuring the CHECK. The letter R is used in place of a decimal in mixed figure groups. Example: R52 instead of Just write it in below the text; Name and call sign of author - include phone number if not a ham or if not known on an NTS net.

Time may be either your local time or UTC time. Make sure the date agrees with the time. Call sign you sent to or passed the message to, or to whom you delivered it, with date and time. Also good to note delivery method for your own reference. Always leave your call back number if message was left on voice mail! Numbered Radiograms Numbered radiograms are an efficient way to convey common messages. The letters ARL are inserted in the preamble in the check and in the text before spelled-out numbers.

Note that some ARL texts include insertion of information. For a complete list of Numbered Radiograms, click here. A Radiogram postcard may be mailed if the receipient cannot be reached by phone. Service originating station to inform if you cannot deliver the message, or if they requested confirmation.

When operating phone, it is customary to use introductory words such as "figures" prior to sending numbers, "mixed figures" or "mixed group figure" before sending a combination of letters and numbers, and "initial" prior to sending a single letter, such as I or A.

This helps the receiving station to copy the message more clearly and with less error. Prowords, operational words and introductory words are shown lower case. Try sending the prowords and operational words in a slightly higher pitched voice, the introductory words in a slightly lower pitched voice, or vice versa. TX is the sender, RX the receiver, on a net frequency. OAK I spell O.

Notes: On FM repeaters, due to audio delays and receive site delays, it may be impractical to break after groups without loss of audio. In this case, the PTT switch is released only at the customary expected fill breaks. Keep the repeater transmission time limiter in mind also. The form is used to send any message or notification to incident personnel that require hard-copy delivery.

The ICS may be initiated by incident dispatchers and any other personnel on an incident. Block Number.

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Form overview[ edit ] Radiogram forms facilitate a standard protocol between amateur radio operators, allowing much faster relay of formal messages. They do this by always having the message headers in a certain order, allowing operators to read and understand the headers without explicit verbal labels. This is especially important in hectic and stressful environments such as during a disaster, when many parties call upon radio operators to quickly transfer messages in and out of the affected areas. A typical form has a place for the plaintext message, as well as for several headers that are important for routing the message to its proper destination in a timely manner. Preamble part[ edit ] All messages must have a preamble. The preamble of the message contains information about the message necessary to keep track of it as it passes through the amateur system. The parts of the preamble, except for the check as noted later, are NOT changed by any station relaying or delivering the message.

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