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Handy ARES forms and reference aids from the ARRL

The ARRL Radiogram form

FSD-3: ARRL Numbered Radiograms

FSD-98: ARES Registration Form

FSD-218: Amateur Message Form

FSD-220: Handy Operating Aid

The following descriptions and links to forms are provided courtesy of the ARRL, the American Radio Relay League, and are used here with the permission of the ARRL.

The ARRL Radiogram form

There are two versions available in PDF format:

     Original version (2 copies on a page)
     Printer friendly version (no black stripe on form)

 

FSD-3: ARRL Numbered Radiograms

This includes the ARRL numbered phrases for use in both relief emergency and routine message radiograms, in addition to the precedences to use in emergency, priority, welfare and routine situations.

Download: available in HTML format, Adobe PDF format and Microsoft Word format.

 

FSD-98: ARES Registration Form

Complete this form and submit it to your Emergency Coordinator to register in the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES).

Download: available in Adobe PDF format.

 

FSD-218: Amateur Message Form

This includes guidelines for originating and handling formal radiogram messages, including precedences, handling instructions, QN signals, Q signals, abbreviations, prosigns and prowords.

Download: available in HTML format, Adobe PDF format and Microsoft Word format.

 

FSD-220: Handy Operating Aid

This handy operating aid contains five useful references including the UTC time conversion chart, the ITU phonetic alphabet, guidelines to using the RST System, communication procedures and good phone operating guidelines.

Download: available in HTML format, Adobe PDF format and Microsoft Word format.

 

Used with permission, many thanks to the ARRL for permission to include links to these very useful forms and reference aids.

 

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