Hello Everybody Please dont forget to send me a radiogram with your station reports for the month of March. You do not need to include the initials RRI.in your report. Please make sure you also send your report to anybody else that you normally would. We are paying special attention to deliveries, so if you […]
RRI took the initiative to created the first fully ICS-213 compliant radiogram form that, with minimal modification, maintains complete mode/medium interoperability, contains network management information and includes full “audit trail” data uses standard radiogram procedures This is possible thanks to the standard radiogram’s perfection by a century of use by amateur, commercial, maritime and military traffic […]
The Spring ’17 issue of QNI traffic handlers’ newsletter is out. Get your copy here!
After an encouraging reception of RRI White Paper 1701: Rethinking Trunk Lines, K6YR further develops his proposed revival of the trunkline concept with this potential management protocol: White_Paper-RRI -IATN Eve Trunklines Protocol
JAMES, N1PZP Greetings from the cold and still a small amount of snow land called New Hampshire. It is my privilege and honor to serve and work with all of you. I am only a Tech but have been a ham since 1993. Traffic handling is my #1 passion. I have only been doing traffic […]
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Originally published in SOLID COPY the CWops Newsletter. Used by permission. Submitted by Bob German KB4RGC Being a ham since 1972 (CW ONLY), about 2 years ago I found I was burned out with rag chewing, DX chasing and contesting, so I started looking for something else.I found a little known niche in ham radio: […]
From Jim Wades, PIO: Radio Relay International will have a high-profile presence at this year’s Dayton Hamvention! Please plan to visit us at Booth 6303 in the inside exhibits area. More details will be forthcoming in the near future. In the meantime, please plan to attend. Also, we will be posting information about volunteer opportunities […]
The first RRI White Paper is posted: A pair of factors — fewer and fewer active and skilled operators and poor propagation prospects — call for consideration of an alternative to the present inter-area evening cycle assigned CW traffic functions/schedule system. Read the full paper here.
Radio Relay International is pleased to announce the publication of FM-001: Traffic Operations, the definitive how-to guide to traffic handling in North America. This is an interim edition and your feedback is welcome. Download your copy here at our publications page.