APCO PHONETIC ALPHABET PDF

With the ultimate goal of clarity, especially in circumstances where signals can be garbled, the use of the word Ocean seems to be advantageous in the radio communication of the letter "O" because it begins with the long, clear vowel "O". The phonetic words Ida and Union feature this same advantage. However, spelling alphabets seem to rarely use initial long vowels. In an earlier U. In like manner, for clarity, the use of "niner" instead of "nine" for the numeral 9 prevents confusion with the numeral 5, which can sound similar, especially when communications are garbled.

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If you change this back you are, for lack of a better way of putting it, a moron. Also, most of those links just went to disambiguation pages. At most the words should be linked to the Wiktionary entries. Is there a common source? Tzittnan talk , 24 April UTC Discussion on vowel quality[ edit ] Referring to the following passage in the article: The use of the word "Ocean" seems to be advantageous in the radio communication of the letter "O" because it begins with the long, clear vowel "O".

The phonetic words "Ida" and "Union" feature this same advantage. However, phonetic alphabets seem to rarely use initial long vowels. In an earlier U. I see no source for these claims, and I also consider them dubious. Long vowels in English are diphthongized; I do not see how this makes them easier to understand than short vowels. The passage also references "clear" vowels, without explaining in any way the difference between a "clear" and an "unclear" vowel.

It seems to me that this passage lacks scientific merit, but rather than tag it dubious, I put a citation needed tag on it. Stian talk , 1 February UTC The thing to realize with spelling alphabets is that what word is used for a letter is not important, just that both parties understand what letter it represents. Subsequently, ease of pronunciation in normal speech is not a factor. Able, Easy, etc.

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APCO radiotelephony spelling alphabet explained

Allied military phonetic spelling alphabets From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the spelling alphabets used in military radio communication. For the visual representation of speech sounds, see phonetic notation. For other uses, see phonetic alphabet. The Allied military phonetic spelling alphabets prescribe the words that are used to represent each letter of the alphabet, when spelling other words out loud, letter-by-letter, and how the spelling words should be pronounced. They are not a "phonetic alphabet" in the sense in which that term is used in phonetics , i.

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Allied military phonetic spelling alphabets

With the ultimate goal of clarity, especially in circumstances where signals can be garbled, the use of the word Ocean seems to be advantageous in the radio communication of the letter "O" because it begins with the long, clear vowel "O". The phonetic words Ida and Union feature this same advantage. However, spelling alphabets seem to rarely use initial long vowels. In an earlier U.

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APCO PHONETIC ALPHABET PDF

It is officially the International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet, and also commonly known as the ICAO phonetic alphabet, with a variation officially known as the ITU phonetic alphabet and figure code. The International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO assigned codewords acrophonically to the letters of the English alphabet, so that critical combinations of letters and numbers are most likely to be pronounced and understood by those who exchange voice messages by radio or telephone, regardless of language differences or the quality of the communication channel. Such spelling alphabets are often called "phonetic alphabets", but they are unrelated to phonetic transcription systems such as the International Phonetic Alphabet. The Allied military phonetic spelling alphabets prescribe the words that are used to represent each letter of the alphabet, when spelling other words out loud, letter-by-letter, and how the spelling words should be pronounced.

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APCO Phonetic Alphabet Translator

Teshicage Apoc Navy system was a full alphabet, starting: In addition to its patrol duties, the CHP also provides other services including protecting state buildings and facilities. One of the firmest conclusions reached was that it was not practical to make an isolated change to clear confusion between one pair of letters. Allied Military phonetic spelling alphabets — Wikiwand It gives a brief definition of each concept and its relationships. The auditors found that the recruitment and selection program was among the best we have encountered in recent years, on January 5, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officially assumed responsibility for the Las Vegas Township Constables Office. Problems were soon found with this list.

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