Traffic Handling

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  • ARRL NTS - ARRL National Traffic System, During disasters or other emergencies, radiograms are used to communicate information critical to saving lives or property, or to inquire about the health or welfare of a disaster victim.
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  • ARRL Radiogram - The ARRL Radiogram page at wikipedia includes, radiogram handling instructions
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  • International Third-Party Traffic - Third-Party Operating Agreements. Occasionally, DX stations may ask you to pass a third-party message to a friend or relative in the States. This is all right as long as the US has signed an official third-party traffic agreement with that particular country
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  • National Traffic System Training Manual - NTS Manual by R. Bruce Winchell, N8UT
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  • NTS Manual - Read more about the purpose, policies, and procedures of The National Traffic System in this 48 pages PDF File
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  • The National Traffic System - ARRL National Traffic System for routing formal written message traffic
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