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Old 01-09-2023, 02:31 PM   #1
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Hello there from Roger, over and out
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Old 01-09-2023, 05:21 PM   #2
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Tisk...tisk...a non sequitur

Roger, Roger. But Shirely you meant otherwise.
Now for the rest of the story:

In actual radio transmission, the words over and out signal different things. Over signals that the operator has finished a transmission and is awaiting a reply from the other side. Out signals that the operator has finished a transmission and expects nothing back from the other side. To use the terms together is a bit of a non sequitur.
https://writingexplained.org/idiom-d...y/over-and-out

In Latin, non sequitur means "it does not follow."

Maybe my post here will set off a raging, early Winter tirade tsunami of trifling word use argument discussion . It is Winter, and a bit slow on the forum.
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Old 01-09-2023, 06:15 PM   #3
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Tally Ho!
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Old 01-09-2023, 06:47 PM   #4
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Avant!

Proceed.

Make it so.
"Lock & load" is another one of those non sequitur phrases, embedded deeply in the vernacular..... now, don't get me started!
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In actual radio transmission, the words over and out signal different things. Over signals that the operator has finished a transmission and is awaiting a reply from the other side. Out signals that the operator has finished a transmission and expects nothing back from the other side. To use the terms together is a bit of a non sequitur.
I was going to say the same thing, that's the way it is in Canada for a Radio Operators License.

In marine use I do use either over or out but flying in an area with several airports in radio range it's common to conclude with the name of the airport just to clarify for anyone not hearing the start of the call.

For this thread it's "out".

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I never had experience with ham radio and know very little about it including procedure. We did have a good FCC licensed radio system in the parks, recreation and forestry departments. I learned my radio nomenclature in the US Forest Service where they were very serious about procedure. We might have used “over” but used radio identification when we were ending the conversation and then “clear”. Or the appropriate radio code.

It could be a challenge with the young guys who started out thinking they were CB radio truck drivers but a couple corrections from those serious career employees who were military veterans and caught up with the young guy ( off the radio and up close and personal) was about all it would take to wise them up.

I always liked the radio, the fact that it was open conversation often expedited cooperation and the kids always knew the old men were listening.
In the Forest Service we had both the 10 code and a 4 code for fire activity. We all carried a radio card with codes and it helped everyone with radio traffic.
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Sorry, Rodger

It was your first post, and you met this drivel and these critques. Pay no mind.

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