ARRL RADIOGRAM PDF
An ARRL Numbered Radiogram is a brevity code used in composing ARRL Radiograms during times of radio congestion. The code is used to transmit standard. ARRL Message Forms. Click on any section of this Message Form for information on how to use it. ARRL Radiogram. GENERAL. Follows a description of the. ARRL RADIOGRAM. A How To. EmComm East By John KB2SCS kb2scs @ With excerpts from the. W3YVQ.v/02 PSCM APP.-B NTS.
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Use any paper you seem appropriate. Eadiogram can be any number the originating stations chooses. Most start with 1 the first of each year. Once a message is numbered, that same number remains with the message until delivered.
The Precedence of the Message determines what order the messages will be handled.
Most of the time all messages are handled on every net session. The following four precedences are used in ascending order of priority:. These messages will be handled last.
ARRL Message Forms
When in doubt, do NOT use this precedence. This traffic will be handle first and immediately.
Handling Instructions are sometimes used to tell the various stations along the way, what the desires of the originating station are.
If not needed, it rsdiogram best not to use. HXA Followed by a number Collect landline delivery authorized by the by addressee within If no number, authorization is unlimited.
Amateur Radio – ARRL Message Form Instructions – RADIOGRAM
HXB Followed by a number Cancel message if not delivered within HXC Report the time and date of delivery to originating station. HXD Report to the originating station the identity of the station arro which you received, plus time and date. Report the identity of the station to which it was relayed, plus time and date, or if delivered report time and date of delivery.
HXE Delivering station get a reply from the addressee, and originate a message back. HXG Delivery by mail or landline toll call not required. If toll or other expense involved, cancel message and service originating station. Words in the address or signature rqdiogram NOT counted.
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Groups of figures, letters, combinations of figures and letters, and “X” are counted as words. In most cases, this will be the same place. You may either use UTC or Srrl time. Most messages do NOT use this field. It is only useful if the message has a short time value. This is the date the message was originated. In Amateur Radio, we use month and day.
The year is NOT used. If the message is over a year old, it should be sent to the circular file. The name s and address of the gadiogram to which this message is going.
It looks like the address on an envelope used in snail mail. Include a phone number, if you have it. The more information here, the easier the delivery will be. This section is rarely used. If the message is to be mailed or hand delivered, it is nice to put your the delivering station info here so the addressee can reach you if there is any question, or they want to send a return message.
Most messages are delivered by phone. This is the message you are sending for the signature person to the addressee. It should be short usually less than 25 words and in telegram style. No punctuation is used. Many messages do not even have an “X” in them.
The above TEXT has a count of Each Radio Amateur is the judge of what is commercial and what is not. This is the name if the person sending the message. It may be the name or call of the originating station.
However, it is usually the name of a “third party”, for whom the originating station is generating the message. This is for the handling station to write down whom they received the message from. This field is only for the book keeping of the handling station.