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Etiquette tips for Amateur Radios QSO

Etiquette tips for Amateur Radios QSO

Today,we have open a Live Room to monitor the Brandmeister TG91 on RetevisT73 and AilunceHD1 with a Simplex MMDVM Hotspot. During this process, I have made a quickly QSO with 9H1GY JOE SCHEMBRI from Matla,CE2DJA Fernando from Chile, and PD0LK LEEN from Netherlands. and I got a good audio report from them. Through this event, I learn some etiquette tips for this Amateur Radios QSO. 

1. Firstly, Identify yourself when beginning a transmission. You need to let them know your callsign and name. 

2. During the conversation, keep your communications brief and to the point. 

3. When you finish a transmission and want a reply from other parties, say “over” to indicate this. 

4. Know the phonetic alphabet.  When spelling out names, use this phonetic alphabet that corresponds with each letter of the traditional alphabet to avoid confusion: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel, India, Juliet, Kilo, Lima, Mike, November, Oscar, Papa, Quebec, Romeo, Sierra, Tango, Uniform, Victor, Whiskey, X-ray, Yankee, Zulu. When spelll your own callsign and others callsign, please dont spell wrong. 

5. When finish a call, Say "73" to them. that indicates the end of the conversation. 

6. During any amateur radio QSO event, please avoid talking about topics other than amateur radios. and dont Occupy the frequency for long time. 

7. Make sure that your radio has been adjusted to avoid squealing noises and crackling.  

It is a very happy thing we can communicate with the hams all around the world. If you are willing to QSO with us, you can email to us info@ailunce.com, we can appoint a time to do a worldwide QSO. 


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