National Traffic System (NTS)
During disasters or other emergencies, radiograms are used to communicate information critical to saving lives or property, or to inquire about the health or welfare of a disaster victim. To get involved with NTS, find your local NTS affiliate on the air via the ARRL Net Directory Search.
ARRL National Traffic System Area Staff Chairs
Marcia Forde, KW1U, Chair of the NTS Eastern Area Staff: email@example.com
Robert Griffin, K6YR, Chair of the NTS Pacific Area Staff: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Lasley, N0JL, NTS Central Area Staff, Chair: email@example.com
NTS Participant Survey
Dear NTS Participant:
Please excuse the unforseen delay in the presentation of the NTS Survey.
We will announce when the survey is, once again, ready.
(This note is dated on Friday, May 17, 2013).
Check out this PowerPoint on the National Traffic System (NTS) including an intro. to National Traffic System Digital (NTSD). Go Now
Read more about the purpose, policies, and procedures of the NTS. Go Now
See how public-service nets that support the NTS have been registered with the directory database. Go Now
Forms related to traffic handling and the National Traffic System: ARRL Radiogram, FSD-3, FSD-89, FSD-125, & FSD-218. Go Now
Visit Benson Scott's (AE5V) website about the National Traffic System Digital (NTSD). Go Now
This guide is written for the volunteers who are willing to train Amateur Radio operators about traffic handling. Go Now
Third Party Traffic
Find out which countries share a third party traffic agreement with the United States with the Third Party Traffic List.