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Have you anything for me? (Answer in negative) Are you ready? Shall I tell ........ you're calling him? When will you call again? Who is calling me? What is my signal strength? (1-5) Are my signals fading? Is my keying defective? QSP QSV QSW QSX QSY QSZ QTA QTB QTC QTH QTR QTV QTX QUA Page 56 Shall I send ........ messages at a time? Can you work breakin? Can you acknowledge receipt? Shall I repeat the last message sent? Can you communicate with .............. direct? Will you relay to .........
Escape routes cut by rising water 3 to 5 hours before center arrives. Massive coastal evacuation required. Catastrophic. Complete failure of roofs on residences and many commercial structures. Small buildings overturned or blown away. Massive evacuation from low ground within 510 miles of the coast. 401 Operation during a disaster. (a) When normal communication systems are overloaded, damaged or disrupted because a disaster has occurred, or is likely to occur, in an area where the amateur service is regulated by the FCC, an amateur station may make transmissions necessary to meet essential communication needs and facilitate relief actions.
The Red Cross equivalent to an incoming Welfare message is DWI (Disaster Welfare Inquiry). ROUTINE--Most traffic in normal times will bear this designation. In disaster situations, traffic labeled Routine (R on CW, RTTY, AMTOR and packet) should be handled last, or not at all when circuits are busy with higher-precedence traffic. Page 34 ARRL MESSAGE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS Handling instructions (HX) convey special instructions to message handling and delivering operators. The instruction is inserted in the message preamble between the precedence and the station of origin.
Amateur Radio Emergency Communication Manual - ARRL