What is RST code in ham radio signal report?
How can I tell if my ham radio signal is good?
- If you’re working with a fellow ham to test an antenna or microphone or some other piece of gear and want to give him a true signal report, try using simplex mode instead of the repeater. That will give a more accurate relative indication of any changes in signal strength or quality.
What does 5NN mean on RST signal report?
- In this case, the RST signal report may be sent as "RST is 5NN". This reporting system may also be used for phone operation by leaving out the Tone (T) portion of the report. For example, a signal of "5 9" means that the phone signal is Readability 5, and Strength 9; a perfectly readable and extremely strong signal.
How do you write an RST signal report?
- Select the number from the R-S-T Numeral (left) column which corresponds to each characteristic chosen. This R-S-T sequence of numbers becomes the RST signal report. If the signal has the characteristic stability of crystal control, the letter X may be added to the end of the RST report as a suffix.
Share this Post: