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Look through 757 acronyms and abbreviations related to Amateur radio:
— Power indicates ten milliAmperes
— Received Signal Strength Indicator
— Evolved Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number
— 'Longwire' antenna so named because of usual rigging as vertical wire radio antenna weighted at bottom end. Utilized originally on Zepplins, lighter than 'airships', blimps, balloons and airplanes, Later adapted to horizontal configuration, also known as
— Standardized grouping of 'brevity code', of three letters all begin with 'Q': Three categories, Applicable to amateurs, Aviation, Maritime:
— Double Sideband Full Carrier
— Impedance Meter
— Internet Relay Chat
— Can You Read Me?
— Amateur radio call sign (not an acronym)
— Antenna Tuner
— Ta Ta For Now
— Shall I run my test tape?
— Radio Frequency
— Sierra Twenty one Bravo Romeo, Bangladesh
— Worked All XE
— Will you transmit a continuous mark?
— 3M Club of St. Paul, Minnesota, Amateur Radio Club
— Kane Amateur Radio Operators
— CQ is the international ham radio call meaning "anyone listening?" It's often repeated two or three times, trying to start a conversation with someone on a channel (frequency).
— Are you receiving a space bias?
— My signal as checked by monitor is satisfactory as radiated.
— Is my frequency shift correct?
— Signal Propagation Loss and Terrain
— Is copy difficult due to Ear Wax?
— Are you receiving continuous space?
— Are you receiving a mark bias?
— Magnetic Mount
— Will you give me the latest information concerning ... facility at (place)?
— Are you receiving continuous mark?
— Will you transmit a continuous space?
— Radio Amateurs of Northern Vermont
— Is this Frequency Hogged?
— My signal as checked by monitor is satisfactory locally
— Thank you very much
— phase-shift keying
— Above Ground Level
— random-access memory
— Talk To You Later (Internet Slang)
— General Packet Radio Service
— frequency modulation
— Amplitude Modulation
— Master of Ceremonies
— Very High Frequency
— Master Oscillator Power Amplifier
— Megahertz (Megacycles Per Second)
— Discontinuous Transmission
— Automatic Gain Control
— Audio Frequency
— Radio Data System
— Transmit in Morse Code
— Coordinate Measuring Machine
— Radio Frequency Interference
— Base Station
— Continuous Wave
— Effective Radiated Power
— Mobile Station
— Federal Communications Commission (US)
— Code Division Multiple Access (voice/data transmission)
— private automatic branch exchange (telephone)
— High Frequency
— Signal-to-Noise Ratio
— What is your true track?
— Intermediate Frequency
— Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number
— Electromagnetic Compatibility
— Soon-To-Be Ex
— Young Lady
— Did Not Answer
— speech--words per minute
— Are you sending with your left foot and keyboard?
— Amateur Radio Club
— What other units are (or will be) taking part in the operation?
— International Phonetic Alphabet
— Isolated Ground
— Single SideBand
— At This Time
— continuous phase modulation
— Young Boys
— Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
— Short Wave
— Co-Channel Interference
— Sound Quality
— Base Station System
— Radio Common Carrier
— Trunked Radio Systems
— binary phase shift keying
— Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite
— High Gain
— Restricted Service License
— Change the Operator
— differential phase-shift keying
— Electro-Magnetic Interference
— single channel per carrier
— United States Navy
— Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics
— Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
— Radio Frequency Unit
— Southern California Repeater and Remote Base Association
— Tuned Radio Frequency
— signal-to-interference ratio
— Push to Talk Technology
— Roof Top Unit
— Received Signal Code Power
— Vestigial Sideband Modulation
— Single-Carrier Modulation
— Coaxial Cable
— Push to Talk Testing
— Wireless Telegraphy
— Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation
— Global Navigation Satellite System
— Did you fall asleep at the mike?
— Push to Talk Taster
— Antenna Structure Registration
— Digital Audio Radio Service
— Very-High-Speed Integrated Circuit
— Base Transceiver Station (cellular)
— Reserved For Future Use
— Advanced Planner Optimizer
— I Have Nothing for You
— You are unreadable
— Base Station Controller
— Amateur Television
— Visual-Aural Range
— Recommended Standard 422 (ANSI/EIA standard for transmitting serial data)
— Radio Shack
— UTRA (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access) Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number
— Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale
— Code of Federal Regulations Title 47 (FCC)
— Send Faster
— Variable Number of Tandem Repeats
— Un-interruptable Power Supply
— Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
— Can you acknowledge receipt?
— Wait while I go to the drugstore.
— Vestigial SideBand
— Séquentiel Couleur Avec Mémoire
— Anti-Submarine Detection Investigation Committee (British)
— Radio Base Station
— delta modulation
— Fixed Reception Pattern Antenna
— South African Radio League
— Five-by-Five (Good Copy Signal)
— Message received
— Lower Sideband
— Parabolic Aluminum Reflector
— Remote Carrier Module
— Upper Sideband
— Intermediate Modulation
— Low-Voltage Differential Signalling
— Height Above Average Terrain
— Carrier Pre-Selection Service
— Common Mode Rejection Ration
— Maritime Mobile
— Logbook of the World
— net control station (communications)
— Come Quick Danger
— Receiver Operating Characteristic
— Data Carrier Detect
— Harmonic Oscillator
— Unique circuitry of two tubes wherein one is conducting power to the plate circuit, whilst the matching circuit rests: The result is a more rapid amplification cycle thus resulting in steadier, stronger signal: Ye Ed, fmf, WB8AXXI, 09/15/2013
— Wireless Frequency Modulation
— Ultra Wide-Band
— Special Information Tone
— Morse code DOT
— Worked All Continents
— Radio Teletypewriter
— Transmitter Power Output
— St. Louis Vertical antenna
— Double Sideband Suppressed Carrier
— Radio Access Technology
— Standard time and frequency station, 2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 15 MHz, 20 MHz, Fort Collins, Colorado
— Voltage Controlled Amplifier
— Portland Amateur Wireless Association
— Best Regards (not an acronym)
— Standard Time And Frequency Station, 2.5 Mhz, 5 Mhz, 10 Mhz, 15 Mhz, Kekaha, Kauai, Hawaii
— Carrier Squelch
— Rogers County Wireless Association
— Potomac Highlands Amateur Radio Club
— Improved Multi-Band Excitation
— Foundation for Amateur Radio
— The intelligibility of your signals is Excellent
— Association of North American Radio Clubs
— Digital Carrier Module
— Half Power Diameter
— Wide-Band Secure Voice system name
— Radio Test Set
— Operator Qualification
— Women Amateur Radio Operators
— Search Is Continuing (radiotelegraphy)
— Dual Zig-Zag Antenna
— Maximum Usable Frequency
— Can you give me in the following order information concerning: the direction in degrees TRUE and speed of the surface wind; visibility; present weather; and amount, type and height of base of cloud above surface elevation at (place of observation)?
— Ultra-Kurz Welle (Ultra-Short Wave)
— Transmit Crossover
— Shall I train my searchlight nearly vertical on a cloud, occulting if possible and, if your aircraft is seen, deflect the beam up wind and on the water (or land) to facilitate your landing?
— Can you communicate with my station by means of the International Codes of Signals?
— Calling ALL Amateur Radio Operators
— Western Massachusetts Amateur Radio
— Are you going to enter dock or port?
— Emergency Radio Data System
— Radio Network Temporary Identifier
— Crystal Calibration Unit
— Radio Frequency Choke
— Radio Society of Great Britain
— My signal as checked by monitor is satisfactory
— What is the name of your station?
— Yavapai Amateur Radio Club
— Long Distance radio contact
— Solid State Transmitter
— Rocky Mountain Communication Association
— The intelligibility of your signals is Poor
— Deutsche Bahn
— General Radiotelephone Operator License
— Vacuum Tubes ForEver
DI DI DIT - -DA-DA-DAH--DI DI DIT
— Official International Morse Radio Telegraphy or Light Signal 0r Audio Signal for Danger Life/Death Emergency Signal
— Readability, Strength, Quality
— My position, TRUE course, and speed are ....
— Can you hear me between your signals?
— Re-transmission of a Message
— Sub-Carrier Frequency Modulation
— Dual Band Dual Mode
— Super Zig-Zag Antenna
— Love & Kisses (not an acronym)
— Can you tell me the swell observed at ( Place or coordinates)?
— Will you give me the position of my station according to the bearings taken by the direction-finding stations which you control?
— Club Radio Amateur de Québec
QSO .... ?
— Can you communicate with .... direct or by relay?
— I wish I was dead
— Young Friend
— Subscale setting to give height above Aerodrome
— Michigan State University Amateur Radio Club
— Yankee Delta Xray
— Have survivors been been reached by ground rescue party?
— Antenna Tuning Unit
— Amateur Station Control Protocol
— Manner Place Time
— Hispanic Radio Amateur Network
— Amateur radio equipment in licensee's radio room:
— Digital Directional Antenna
— National Traffic System
— Is my signal purr modulated?
— Hampden County Radio Association
— The static is being caused by a nurse.
— Radio Corporation of America
— Wide Range Of Frequencies
— Centre de Gestion des Radiocommunications
— Can you tell me the condition of the sea observed at ( Place or coordinates)?
— Additional Dialog Recording
— Single In-line Package
— Zero Intermediate Frequency
— Mahe, Seychelles Islands, radio station
— What is the intelligibility of my signals?
— Increase Power
— External Auxiliary Power Unit
— Yonkers Amateur Radio Club
— Your signals are Fading Badly
— Position of Survival Craft is Marked By flame or smoke float.
— When will your wife get home?
— Sun Spot Number
— Right Hand Circular Polarization (Polarized)
— Phone home
— Amateur Radio Emergency Service
— What is the charge to be collected per word to .... including your internal telegraph charge?
— Two-Meter Band Radio Club
— Is my keying defective?
— Dual Single-channel Zig-Zag Antenna
— Richardson Wireless Klub
— Civil Land Mobile Radio
— 9600 baud rate for digital communications. Used mainly for amateur radio.
— Position of survival craft is marked by other marking.
— May I resume normal working?
— American Radio Relay League's
— Will you keep your station open for further communication with me until further notice?
— West Salem F M
— Des Moines Radio Amateur Association
— Are you playing Led Zeppelin over the repeater?
— Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club
— What is the strength of my signals?
— Waltham Amateur Radio Association
— Remote Transmitter Control Interface
— Your frequency is low. Raise your frequency.
— Deutscher Amateur Radio Club
— Long Island Mobile Amateur Radio Club
— Great Lakes Emergency & Traffic Network
— Radio Spectrum Policy Programme
— Damn Right the frequency is busy!
— Wireless Institute of Australia
— West Jersey Radio Control Club
— AMSAT Oscar-10 AMateur SATellite
— Position of survival craft is marked by sea marker.
— Western Pennsylvania Repeater Council
— Will you indicate your position by searchlight?
— Worked All New Jersey award
— Wheaton Community Radio Amateurs
— Zero Beat my signal
— Western Washington Repeater Association
— Industrial, Scientific, and Medical radio band
— Texas Mobile Single Operator
— Crystal Quartz Oscillator
— Western Amateur Linking Association
— Will you tell me my exact frequency (or that of ________)?
— Young Stars Radio Club
— Shall I cancel telegram (message) Number.... as if it had not been sent?
— Amateur Radio Emergency Communications
— New England Amateur Radio COMmunication
— Controlled Directional Reception
— Single-Sideband Suppressed Carrier
— Volunteer Examiner Coordinator
— Transmit Oscillator
— Please change frequency to (not an acronym)
— Have you left dock or port?
QSP .... ?
— Will you relay to ... free of charge?
— Advanced Multi-Band Excitation
— Will you Marry me?
— Decibel relative to one milliwatt
— Normal Power Level
— 40 Channel Mobile CB/ Weather Radio
— Shall I send a series of V's on this frequency?
— Amateur Radio call
— Local Repeater
— Are you going to the Hamfeast?
— Milwaukee Repeater Club
— Ontario QSO Party
— Your frequency is high. Lower your frequency.
— Average Effective Radiated Power
— Nonlinear Digital Delta Modulation
— Radio Teletype
— Triode tube in circuitry of receivers
— ShortWave Interference
— Antenna Linkage Device
— Are you playing long disco records?
— On what frequencies can your vessel be reached by a selective call?
— Amateur Radio Christian Fellowship
— You're Welcome
— Western Colorado Amateur Radio Club
— It's time for dinner
— Extremely Low Frequency (30 - 300 Hz)
— Differential Microwave Radiometer
— Short Wave Listener
— Have you received the safety signal sent by ....?
— Minnesota Wireless Association
— Houston QRP Club
— Will you indicate your position by black smoke trail?
— Vermilion Bay amateur radio repeater
— Terminal-Node Computer
— What is your position in latitude and longitude?
— Why are you whistling Morse?
— Shall I increase power?
— Resistively Loaded Linear Antenna
— That's my original Call sign.
— How is the tone of my transmission?
— Box-Horn Antenna Array
— Silent Key
— Single Operator Single Band
— Frequency Measuring Test
— Western Carolina Amateur Radio Society, Inc.
— Citizens Radio Emergency Service Teams
— Amateur Radio Lady Of the Year
— Back Propagation
— AUdio Base Station
— Albemarle Amateur Radio Club
— Valley Forge Signal Seekers
— Have survivors been picked up by rescue vessel?
— Satellite Master Antenna
— Simultaneous Non-Interfering Operations
— Have you received the signals of an emergency position-indicating radiobeacon on ... kHz (or MHz)?
— Amateur Data Interchange Format
— short repeat
— Multi-Element Antenna
— Multi-Band Transmitter
— What is the number of the last message you received from me?
— Austin Repeater Organization
— 'BUNCS', Back-up Net Control Station 'GREAT LAKES EMERGENCY & TRAFFIC NETWORK', 3932 KHz. Nightly 08:30 EST
— Dual-Band Dual-Polar
— I have been unable to break in on your transmission.
— Will you listen to (call sign(s) on ... khz (or Mhz))?
— Shall I stop sending?
— Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs
— Your signals are fading
— What is the commercial quality of my signals?
— Dual Band Dual Polar Antenna
— Code of Federal Regulations Title 47 (FCC)
— Quarter Wave Antenna
— Wichita Amateur Radio Club
— Your transmission is being interfered with Nil
— Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio
— Alger Amateur Radio Club
— Not Modulated
— Western Tidewater Radio Association
— Worldwide Shortwave Listening Guide
— Question: How do you read my radio signal?
— Your transmission is being interfered with Severely
— Robert A. Leskovec, K8DTS
— How many tapes have you to send?
— High Frequency Noise
— Shall I send each word or group more than once?
— Low-Power Radio Frequency
— Shall I stand guard for you on the frequency of .... khz (or Mhz)?
— Warren Amateur Radio Association
— Have you a doctor on board?
— New Era Repeater Technocrats
— Greenwich Mean Time (replaced by UT in 1928, then UTC in 1960)
— Fixed Reception Pattern
— Coast Guard Radio Station
— Will you give me the present barometric pressure at sea level?
— Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment
— Establish contact with ______ on this frequency.
— Carrier Insertion Oscillator
— Mayland Amateur Radio
— Automatic Noise Cancelling
— Yo Mama
— Radio Amateurs Of Canada
— Hometown Area Recruiting Program
— Southwest Missouri Amateur Radio Club
— Advance Radio Car
— Waynesboro Repeater Association of Virginia
— World Radio Team Championship
— Amateur Radio Operator
— Westchester Emergency Communications Association
— Katy Amateur Radio Society
— Have you received the distress signal sent by ( call sign)?
— Aruba Amateur Radio Club
— Warminster Amateur Radio Club
— Antennas For Communications
— Is position of survival craft marked?
— Willingboro (NJ) Area Repeater Group
— Carnegie Tech Radio Club
QUA [CALL SIGN]?
— Have you news of [call sign]?
— WORLD FAMOUS AMATEUR RADIO STATION IN QUITO, ECUADOR.
— Does my landing gear appear to be down and in place?
— Delaware Repeater Association
— What Are Your Intentions?
— Steerable Antenna System
— Symmetrical Vertical Array
— Fine Business Radio
— Digital Media Receiver
— Whatever Dissolves Your Crystals
— Can you use telephony in (language), with interpreter if necessary?
— Analog Devices Radio Frequency
— Ames Amateur Radio Club
— Worldwide Pirates of DX
— What is my magnetic bearing from you?
— Old Post Amateur Radio Society
— columbus radio enthusiasts society
— Klamath County Schools Amateur Radio Club
— curvature scale space
— Receiver trouble
— Loma Pioneer Repeater Club
— Manhattan Area Amateur Radio Society
— Denton County Amateur Radio Association
— What is the speed of your aircraft in relation to the surface of the earth?
— Send Out Signal
— Waterville Area Wireless Association
— Circular Polarized
— My wife will kill me if I put herringbone patterns on the television.
— Did you hear me on .... khz (or Mhz)?
— Abbrev/Coaxial Cable or other references to Co-Ax
— Edmond Amateur Radio Society
— Broadcast Band
— Have you received the urgency signal sent by (call sign)?
— Will you send two dashes of ten seconds each followed by your call sign?
— River Raisin Repeater Association
— Mobile Range Communications
— Use your SPell checker.
— The intelligibility of your signals is Good
— Radio Fixed Port
— Have you anything for me?
— Signal Conditioning Carrier System
— Are you using Cat Power?
— Amateur Radio Packet System
— Waterway Radio & Cruising Club
— Ripley County Repeater Association
— Omega Radio Network
— Austin Amateur Radio Club
KENLEY HEAVISIDE LAYER
— Inner space layer reflecting radio-frequency signals back to earth, causing 'skip':
— What is the correct time?
— Atwater-Kent radio
— Standing Wave Ratio
— Quarter Wave Antenna
— Idaho Society of Radio Amateurs, Inc
— Your Mom Goes To College
— WorldSpace Satellite Radio Program
— Worked All Europe
— Trans-European Trunked RAadio
— Is position of incident marked?
— At what time did you depart from (place)?
— Western Single Side-Band Association
— Texas Mobile Multiple Operator
— Continuous Wave
— Antenna Interface Standards Group Ltd.
— Beargrease Amateur Radio Coalition
— Do you have to go to the bathroom?
— On The Porch
— Shall I send a phasing signal for .... seconds?
— Please search for aircraft
— Rag Chewers Club
— Have survivors received survival equipment?
— Radio Interference Voltage
— Do you agree with my counting of words?
— Radially Tapered Antenna
— Kurz Welle (Short Wave)
— Weather Amateur Radio Network
— Unit Home Station
— Wisconsin Valley Radio Association
— UHF Transmitter
— Repeater Link Controller
— Shall I decrease power?
— Amateur Radio Observation Service
— Battery Powered
— Huntsville Amateur Radio Club
— NorthEast Radio Watch
— Southampton University Radio from Glen Eyre
— Western Amateur Radio Association
— Are you ready for automatic operation?
— Cliff Hanger Antenna
— Western Nevada Noon Net
— Subsidiary Carrier Authorization
— Transmit message for ______ to ______.
— Norwegian Radio Relay League
— Advanced Antenna Systems
— Area Speed and Power
— ARRL Worked All States Award
— Shall I home ship or aircraft to my position?
— Base Station Equipment
— Vertical High Frequency
— Escondido Amateur Radio Society
— Medium Wave
— California Arizona Repeater System
— Worcester Emergency Simplex Net
— Traffic Flow Control
— Hands Free
— Are you a rag chewer?
— Michigan Radio Relay League
— Are you ready?
— Move frequency to ______ and wait for ______ to finish handling traffic.
— Klamath Amateur Television
— Warren Amateur Radio Club
— Fixed Frequency
— Acknowledging of Reception Card
— West Virginia QSO Party
— Southern California Amateur Transmitting Society
— Weak Signal communications, by K 1 J T ( software program)
— Please search for survival craft in the vicinity of .... latitude, .... longitude
— Radio Fixed Access
— Left-Hand Circularly-Polarized
— Worked All New Hampshire Award
— Prince Edward Radio Club
— Auxiliary Communications Service
— S#!* Happens
— Signal Strength
— Michigan Wolverine Single Sideband Net
— Mobile Amateur Radio Corps
— Repeater Amateur Group
— Standby Please
— Cameroon Radio
— The intelligibility of your signals is Fair
— Michigan Wolverine Single Side-Band Network
— Ohio QSO Party
— 'xmtr; brevity for 'transmitter' or signaling/sending device esp amateur radio:
— Will you indicate your position by pyrotechnic lights?
— Dual-Band Desk-Top
— Frequency Selective Volt Meter
— Are you a cargo vessel?
— Estonian Radio Amateurs Union
— Transmitter trouble
— Array of Wireless Access Repeater Elements
— I do Not agree with You.
— Shall I send or reply on this frequency?
— Packet Access Service
— Shall I repeat the last message which I sent you?
— Your transmission is being interfered with Moderately
— Repeater Management Committee
— Have you sighted survivors or wreckage?
— What is your true heading ( true course with no wind)?
— Hardly Any Money
— National Radio Day
— Automatic Position Reporting System (original term - now Packet instead of Position)
— Worked DX Stations
— 2-Meter wavelength (146 megahertz)
— Newton Amateur Radio Response Team
— Ground Wave
— Unable to copy.
— Low Power Interference
— Darling Girl
— Saskatchewan Amateur Radio League
— Will you indicate the magnetic course for me to steer towards you with no wind?
— Dual-Band Desk-Top Antenna
— Shortwave Listening contact
— Modified Standing Wave Ratio
— Very Short Wave Receiver
— Readability, Strength, and Tone
— Digital Analog Radio
— TruckSpec Citizens Band antenna
— Really Old Farts Linger
— Please search for ship
— request permission to leave the net for ______ minutes.
— I contacted some werido in San Francisco
— General Radio Service
— Long-Wave Set
— Will you indicate the TRUE track to reach you?
— Continuous Waveform
— Super Zig-Zag Panel Antenna
— JACKSON COUNTY MICHIGAN 'TWO-METER' RADIO CLUB,
— Will you indicate your position?
— Position of survival craft is marked by sea marker dye.
— Contra Costa Repeater Association
— Long Wave Beacon, 184.320 kHz
— Radio Forum
— Worked All Members Once
— Radial Ground
— May I resume restricted working?
— Are you watching television?
— Westlake Amateur Radio Club
— Are my signals fading?
— WRIX-FM 103.1 Anderson, S.C.
— Where's That Station?
— Ramalho G.711 Lossless
— Worcester Amateur Radio Club
— Washington State Net
— Right Handed polarization
— Answer and relay traffic.
— Shall I send my tape?
— High Current Amplifier
— Unlicesed Band Antenna
— Low Power Amateur Radio
— Radio Data Network
— Baltimore Amateur Radio Club
— Digital-Coded Squelch
— Are you sending from Texas?
— What are the hours during which your station is open?
— What is my true bearing from you?
— Individually Modulated
— INTERNATIONAL Morse Code 'DASH' PRONOUNCED AS SHORT 'A', AS IN 'LA'
— Ground State
— Will you send on this frequency?
— Intermediate SideBand
— Roof Antenna Mounting Bracket
— Frankford Radio Club
— Constant Power Crossover
— Single Tone Keying
— Where did you put my CD?
— Telecommunication License
— Standard Radio
— WaveTec Transmitter
— Bracknell Amateur Radio Club
— Harrisburg Radio Amateurs Club
— Gas Sampling method
— Radio Activity
— Shall I inform ___ that you are calling?
— Simple Harmonic Oscilator
— All Japan Districts
— Circuit Correction Factor
— Are your navigation lights working?
— Amateur Radio Forum
— Sweet Young Lady
— You are excused from the net
— Radio Operators Authorization
— Roadrunners Microwave Group
— Wisconsin QSO Party
— Your transmission is being interfered with Extremely
— Your Net frequency is Low
— Low-Power Frequency Modulation
— I am living in temporary housing.
— Davenport Radio Control Society
— Will you be forced to alight (or land)?
— Whiskey Victory 11 Meter DX
— Static Interference (not an acronym)
— Straight Key Night
— Lincoln Amateur Radio Club
— Net Control Information
— North East Radio Group
— What is your speed?
— Your transmission is being interfered with Slightly
— Satellite Amateur Radio Astronomique
— Low-Mast System
— Transmitter Crystal
— Send More Slowly
— Single Tuning Frequency
— Should I clean the Bird S#!* off my antenna so I can hear you?
— Random Signals and Communications
— Hikari Radio
— General Call
— That's my original call.
— Please search for ....
— Rate My Signal
— Receiver-Carrier Detector
— ShortWave Band
— ARRL's Monthly Membership Journal
— Beginning of Message (ATM)
— West Irondequoit Radio Club
— Highly Sensitive
— Intercontinental Correspondence Band
— Low-Profile TeleVision antenna
— What is my turn?
— Regional Net Control
— Strong Bad signal
— I sent another dollar and still no card.
— Dynamic Output Element
— Jamboree Of The Air
— Does my frequency vary?
— Station Activity Report
— Dead Air Space
— How many messages have you to send?
— Digital Service
— Can you send on any working frequency?
— Modulated Data Transfer
— Signal Conditioning Carrier
— Two Meter Plus Amateur Radio Club
— Western Oregon Radio Club
— Radio Government
— Radio Caller
— I am going to send on frequency .... (kHz).
— You In?
— Shall I send .... (number of) messages at a time?
— Cascade Amateur Radio Society
— Carrier Sense System
— I am passing gas.
— Driven Element
— High-Mast System
— Time Of Net
— Cascades Amateur Radio Club
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