P.y.h.u. (Radio Edit)
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(Radio Edit) you always knew Brady - Motherless child Bertrand Burgalat - Mr Twist laser Readymade - Transcontinental Ginkgo - Eggs Variety lab - London in the rain Alex Gopher - Ralph and Kathy Box ohm - Gloss Paris by night Next evidence - Sounds of time Rinocerose - B.
Jones : Last pictures Savannah - Ida y vuelta Stard Ova Feat. Jene - Gamer Radio Edit Sean Paul - Turn It Up Carol Mag Feat. Crew 7 Feat. Gilberto Feat. Cassey Doreen - Nightclub Kings Bo Le Roy Feat. The same alphabetic code words are used by all agencies, but each agency chooses one of two different sets of numeric code words. In practice these are used very rarely, as they frequently result in confusion between speakers of different languages.
A spelling alphabet is used to spell parts of a message containing letters and numbers to avoid confusion, because many letters sound similar, for instance "n" and "m" or "f" and "s"; the potential for confusion increases if static or other interference is present.
For instance the message "proceed to map grid DH98" could be transmitted as "proceed to map grid Delta-Hotel-Niner-Ait". The unusual pronunciation of certain numbers was designed to reduce confusion as well. In addition to the traditional military usage, civilian industry uses the alphabet to avoid similar problems in the transmission of messages by telephone systems.
For example, it is often used in the retail industry where customer or site details are spoken by telephone to authorize a credit agreement or confirm stock codesalthough ad-hoc coding is often used in that instance. It has been used often by information technology workers to communicate serial or reference codes which are often very long or other specialised information by voice. Most major airlines use the alphabet to communicate passenger name records PNRs internally, and in some cases, with customers.
It is often used in a medical context as well, to avoid confusion when transmitting information. During the Vietnam Warthe U. The final choice of code words for the letters of the alphabet and for the digits was made after hundreds of thousands of comprehension tests involving 31 nationalities. The qualifying feature was the likelihood of a code word being understood in the context of others.
For example, football has a higher chance of being understood than foxtrot in isolation, but foxtrot is superior in extended communication.
The pronunciation of the code words varies according to the language habits of the speaker. To eliminate wide variations in pronunciation, recordings and posters illustrating the pronunciation desired by the ICAO are available.
Also, although all codes for the letters of the alphabet are English words, they are not in general given English pronunciations. Pronunciations are somewhat uncertain because the agencies, while ostensibly using the same pronunciations, give different transcriptions, which are often inconsistent from letter to letter. Numbers 10—99 are spelled out that is, 17 is spoken "one seven" and 60 is spoken "six zero"while for hundreds and thousands the English words hundred and thousand are used.
The pronunciation of the digits 3, 4, 5, and 9 differs from standard English — being pronounced treefowerfifeand niner. The digit 3 is specified as tree so that it is not pronounced sri ; the long pronunciation of 4 still found P.y.h.u. (Radio Edit) some English dialects keeps it somewhat distinct from for ; 5 is pronounced with a second "f" because the normal pronunciation with a "v" is easily confused with "fire" a command to shoot ; and 9 has an extra syllable to keep it distinct from German nein 'no'.
Prior to World War I and the development and widespread adoption of two-way radio that supported voice, telephone spelling alphabets were developed to improve communication on low-quality and long-distance telephone circuits.
The experience P.y.h.u. (Radio Edit) with that alphabet resulted in several changes being made during by the ITU. Throughout World War II, many nations used their own versions of a spelling alphabet.
The U. At least two of the terms are sometimes still used by UK civilians to spell words over the phone, namely F for Freddie and S for Sugar. To enable the U. The CCB alphabet itself was based on the U. Army Field Manuals in the series.
Several of these documents had revisions, and were renamed. Major F. Handy, directorate of Communications in the Army Air Force and a member of the working committee of the Combined Communications Boardenlisted the help of Harvard University's Psycho-Acoustic Laboratory, asking them to determine the most successful word for each letter when using "military interphones P.y.h.u. (Radio Edit) the intense noise encountered in modern warfare.
According to a report on the subject:. The results showed that many of the words in the military lists had a low level of intelligibility, but that most of the deficiencies could be remedied by the judicious selection of words from the commercial codes and those tested by the laboratory. In a few instances where none of the words could be regarded as especially satisfactory, it was believed possible to discover suitable replacements.
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