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AA – All after
AB – All before
ABT – About
ADEE – Addressee
ADR – Address
AGN – Again
AM – Amplitude Modulation
ANT – Antenna
BCI – Broadcast Interference
BCL – Broadcast Listener
BCNU – Be seeing you
BK – Break, Break in
BN – All between; Been
BT – Separation (break) between addr & text; between txt & signature
BTR – Better
BUG – Semi-Automatic key
B4 – Before
C – Yes, Correct
CFM – Confirm; I confirm
CK – Ckeck
CKT – Circuit
CL – I am closing my station; Call
CLBK – Callbook
CLD – Called
CLG – Calling
CNT – Can’t
CONDX – Conditions
CQ – Calling any station
CU – See You
CUAGN – See You Again
CUL – See You later
CUM – Come
CW – Continuous wave
DA – Day
DE – From, This Is
DIFF – Difference
DLD – Delivered
DLVD – Delivered
DN – Down
DR – Dear
DSW – Goodbye in Russian До свидания(Do svidaniya)
EL – Element
ES – AndDX – Distance
ES – And FB – Fine Business, excellent
FER – For
FM – Frequency Modulation: From
GA – Go ahead; Good Afternoon
GB – Good bye, God Bless
GD – Good
GE – Good Evening
GESS – Guess
GG – Going
GM – Good morning
GN – Good night
GND – Ground
GUD – Good
GV – Give
GVG – Giving
HEE – Humour intended (see also HI)
HH – Error in sending
HI – The telegraph laugh; High
HPE – Hope
HQ – Headquarters
HR – Here; Hear
HV – Have
HW – How, How Copy?
IMI – Repeat, Say Again
INFO – Info
LID – A poor operator
LNG – Long
LTR – Later; letter
LV – Leave
LVG – Leaving
MA – Millamperes
MILL – Typewiter
MILS – Millamperes
MNI – Many
MSG – Message; Prefix to radiogram
N – No, Negative, Incorrect, No More
NCS – Net Control Station
ND – Nothing Doing NIL – Nothing; I have nothing for you
NIL – Nothing
NM – No more
NR – Number
NW – Now; I resume transmission
OB – Old boy
OC – Old chap
OM – Old man
OP – Operator
OPR – Operator
OT – Old timer; Old top
PBL – Preamble
PKG – Package
PSE – Please
PT – Point
PWR – Power
PX – Prefix
R – Received as transmitted; Are; Decimal Point
RC – Ragchew
RCD – Received
RCVR – Receiver
RE – Concerning; Regarding
REF – Refer to; Referring to; Reference
RFI – Radio frequency interference
RIG – Station equipment
RPT – Repeat, Report
RTTY – Radio teletype
RST – Readability, strength, tone
RX – Receive, Receiver
SASE – Self-addressed, stamped envelope
SED – Said
SEZ – Says
SGD – Signed
SIG – Signature; Signal
SINE – Operator’s personal initials or nickname
SKED – Schedule
SRI – Sorry
SS – Sweepstakes
SSB – Single Side Band
STN – Station
SUM – Some
SVC – Service; Prefix to service message
T – Zero
TFC – Traffic
TMW – Tomorrow
TKS – Thanks
TNX – Thanks
TR – Transmit
T/R – Transmit/Receive
TRIX – Tricks
TT – That
TTS – That is
TU – Thank you
TVI – Television interference
TX – Transmitter; Transmit
TXT – Text
U – You
UR – Your; You’re
URS – Yours
VFB – Very fine business
VFO – Variable Frequency Oscillator
VY – Very
W – Watts
WA – Word after
WB – Word before
WD – Word
WDS – Words
WID – With
WKD – Worked
WKG – Working
WL – Well; Will
WPM – Words Per Minute
WRD – Word
WUD – Would
WX- Weather
XCVR – Transceiver
XMTR – Transmitter
XTAL – Crystal
XYL – Wife
YL – Young lady
YR – Year
30 – I have no more to send
73 – Best Regards
88 – Love and kisses
161 – 73+88=161

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