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I

American Radio Relay League
RADIOGRAM
Via Amateur Radio

Number

Precedence

HX

Station of Origin

Check

Place of Origin

Time Filed

Date

1

R

A 20

KB3IGE

15

Baltimore, MD

15:03

Aug. 12, 2009

To:

John Smith
1024 Morris Avenue
Lake Grove, NY 11755

Telephone Number:

631-555-9999

This Radio Message was received at:

Amateur Station: KB3XXX   

Date: August 14, 2009 

Name: Mary Jones                   

Street Address: 1092 Gemstone Road   

City, State, Zip: Baltimore, MD 21999     

 

It                      

was                  

nice                   

seeing              

you                   

and                   

the                   

children             

X                       

We                    

miss                  

you                  

already             

X                       

Love                  

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

Mary, Bob, Sue and Mike

                From                                  Date                Time

REC’D

                From                                  Date              Time

REC’D

II

III









IV

 

I. Preamble

    • Number (begin with 1 each month or year)
    • Precedence (definitions)
    • Handling Instructions (DEFINITIONS)
    • Station of Origin (first amateur handler)
    • Check (number of words/groups in text only)
    • Place of Origin (not necessarily location of station of origin.)
    • Time Filed (optional with originating station)
    • Date (must agree with date of time filed) I

II. To Address

    Be as detailed as possible, include call sign (if to an amateur operator), name, street, city, state, zip code and phone number. The more information provided the easier it will be for the station delivering the message

III. Text or Body

    If at all possible, limit the message to 25 words or less, if the message exceeds 25 words break it up into multiple messages or use message numbers (group 1, group 2).

IV. Signature

    As indicated by the originator of the message.

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