Amateur radio etiquette

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Now on the hamfire. Details for the event can be reviewed open the LARC website. If you have a couple of hours to operate during the week of Octoberplease contact David Lambert or Jim Morris or webmaster larc.

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On May 11, the Carroll County Amateur Radio Club held amateur radio license testing for attendees of their latest licensing class. One special participant was 9-year-old Caleb Marquart, who attended the class with his aunt Heather Palmer. The test is 35 questions.

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Although we are not Radio Amateurs, the years in experience of those users might come in handy sometimes. Next to that there are also al lot of Amateur Radio Users in the Network Radio Channels and they have the habit of using their own language and habits. For example: leaving space after a transmission to have other users join in or interrupt with a question. Devices have a short delay before transmitting.

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The following information is a simple guide to courteous operation on repeaters, and comes from various sources, mostly direct from a page on QSL. If you operate by these simple guidelines, you will surely always be welcomed on many repeaters. Please remember that amateur radio transmissions can be heard by anyone with a radio capable of receiving those frequencies and the W8LRC repeater transmissions are also streamed, and recorded on the internet.

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Over the past decades, concerns have grown about a relatively small number of radio amateurs on the bands, whose on-air behaviour was in danger of spoiling enjoyment of amateur radio for the majority. Amateur radio relies on a strong level of self-discipline in on-air operating and the new ways of acquiring amateur licences could sometimes bypass the traditional ways of passing on operating skills from generation to generation. During further regional IARU meetings it was emphasized that the document be made available via all means, and at no cost, in as many languages as possible to the ham radio fraternity.

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Radiotelephony procedure also on-air protocol and voice procedure includes various techniques used to clarify, simplify and standardize spoken communications over two-way radiosin use by the armed forces, in civil aviationpolice and fire dispatching systems, citizens' band radio CBand amateur radio. Voice procedure communications are intended to maximize clarity of spoken communication and reduce errors in the verbal message by use of an accepted nomenclature. It consists of a signalling protocol such as the use of abbreviated codes like the CB radio ten-codeQ codes in amateur radio and aviation, police codes, etc.

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What you must be aware of is that if you wish to use a Talk Group that is on say Slot 1 for example and someone else is holding a QSO on a Talk Group that is also allocated to Slot 1 then you may find you are unable to transmit or receive as that Time Slot will be busy. Slot 2 makes use of the BrandMeister Reflector system with some repeaters in Scotland being linked by default to Reflector All you have to select is TG9 S2 on your radio and key up — remembering that your QSO can be heard on more than one repeater. If you wish to disconnect it from to any other Reflector then please feel free and try and remember to reconnect to when finished.

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QRZ Forums. Amateur Radio Etiquette or the lack thereof……. Where the majority of Amateur Radio Operators will disagree has more to do with operational practices, procedures and on-air etiquette.

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Knowing Where to Talk. You should know enough about ham radio operation by now to surmise that you can't just turn on your radio and starting talking on any frequency that you want. While you will not find very specific "ragchew" frequencies listed in a guidebook, there are areas that you can transmit such casual conversations and areas on the radio spectrum to avoid. Generally speaking, on HF frequencies below 30 MHz, it is safe to make a voice contact on the upper two-thirds of the band, while data modes such as Morse Code is on the lower-third.

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