Using The International Phonetic Alphabet

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by WX4W, Mar 6, 2019.

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  1. N9UTJ

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  3. SM0AOM

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    The European tradition is to use primarily male names for the phonetic alphabet in non-English related languages.

    The table below (from DIN 5009) shows the German standard phonetic alphabet compared to the ITU/ICAO.

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    Similar standards exist in other languages.

    Another aspect is that most younger people are completely clueless of phonetics, regardless of standard used.

    Trivia: Recently, there have been raised objections about that the Swedish phonetic alphabet is all-male.
    A proposal for a new standard using half female names has been submitted.

    73/
    Karl-Arne
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