T2C03:

What should be done when using voice modes to ensure that voice messages containing unusual words are received correctly?

  1. Send the words by voice and Morse code
  2. Speak very loudly into the microphone
  3. Spell the words using a standard phonetic alphabet
  4. All of these choices are correct

Phonetic Alphabet

The use of a phonetic alphabet is encouraged to aid in correct station identification. The standard phonetic alphabet used in radio communications is the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, also known as the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Phonetic Alphabet.

Character Telephony Phonetic
A Alpha AL-FAH
B Bravo BRAH-VOH
C Charlie CHAR-LEE
D Delta DELL-TAH
E Echo ECK-OH
F Foxtrot FOKS-TROT
G Golf GOLF
H Hotel HOH-TEL
I India IN-DEE-AH
J Juliett JEW-LEE-ETT
K Kilo KEY-LOH
L Lima LEE-MAH
M Mike MIKE
N November NO-VEM-BER
O Oscar OSS-CAH
P Papa PAH-PAH
Q Quebec KEH-BECK
R Romeo ROW-ME-OH
S Sierra SEE-AIR-RAH
T Tango TANG-GO
U Uniform YOU-NEE-FORM
V Victor VIK-TAH
W Whiskey WISS-KEY
X Xray ECHS-RAY
Y Yankee YANG-KEY
Z Zulu ZOO-LOO
1 One WUN
2 Two TOO
3 Three TREE
4 Four FOW-ER
5 Five FIFE
6 Six SIX
7 Seven SEV-EN
8 Eight AIT
9 Nine NIN-ER
0 Zero ZEE-RO