The Thrill of wireless

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Mainly the blog contains Amateur Radio information stuff collected from varies Ham Radio sites and provided to the people who want's to be a Ham

My Aim is to prepare New Generation Amateur Radio Operators in the world and they had to communicate each other by using new technology and to do new experiments to take this to future generation. Without ending to our.

--- VU3PEN dt MAY-2018


Saturday, 17 November 2012

The RST report

Readability (R)
Signal strength (S)
Tone (T)
5 = Cleary readable
4 = Readable without difficulties
3 = Readable with difficulties
2 = Hardly readable
1 = Not readable
9 = Booming, very strong
8 = Strong signal
7 = Rather strong
6 = Good signal
5 = ...
4 = ...
3 = Weak signal
2 = Very weak signal
1 = Hardly audible
9 = Perfect
8 = Nearly perfect
7 = Quasi pure
6 = Trace of purring
5 = CC nearly well filtered
4 = Stable straight current
3 = Unstable straight current
2 = Alternate musical current
1 = Raw alternate current

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