Handling traffic in amateur radio means relaying messages from station to station. Before cheap phone calls, this was a way to send messages from one person to another over very long distances. The American Radio Relay League considers this a large part of the ham radio tradition. This skill is still useful for emergency communications.
These relayed messages included a preamble, or the information needed to track the message, and a check, or a count of the number of words or word equivalents in the text portion of the message.
- A radiogram form
- National Traffic System
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