About ARRL Radiograms

Using a Radiogram to Receive NTS Traffic + printable radiogram forms

Messages relayed by radio operators are often in the form of a radiogram. In this video, KD8TTE receives a piece of traffic and writes the traffic to a radiogram form using standard, amateur radio handwriting legibility

Recommended minimum, watch this video from 1:43 to the end.

 

Here is a “double” ARRL radiogram ready to print to an 8.5×11″ sheet of paper.

  1.  Directions to print:  Click or double-click the radiogram image below – a new tab will open.
  2. Go to the top of the new tab and click on “File,” then “Print…” and then “Print” again.

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