The Radiogram CQ website is a database for amateur radio operators to "call CQ" to receive and exchange radiogram traffic. It also provides resources for generating traffic from the FCC database such as for new amateur radio licenses, license upgrades, and new vanity callsigns. It is also intended to provide resources on traffic handling and tools for traffic nets.
You can register on this site by clicking on the register link in the top right corner. If you have any ideas or suggestions for the Radiogram CQ website or if you have any issues using the site and need to contact an administrator, you can send an e-mail to radiogramcq (at) gmail.com. Please check back again for more updates on the website.
Here are a few radiogram sites you may be interested in:
RRI - Radio Relay International
From About RRI: "The Modern Approach to Traffic Handling and Emcomm. We love traffic handling and we love emcomm. We’re Radio Relay International. We’re the leading traffic handling outfit for operators in the U.S.A. and Canada with affiliates worldwide including in the UK, EU, Oceania and beyond. Decades of experience. Proven leadership. Quiet professionals doing our job. RRI is traffic handling the way it should be done with proven methods, new technology and a new sense of purpose."
Traffic Ops - Group.io
"TFC-OPS is the successor to tfc-ops Yahoo! discussion group. It is a forum for discussing the North American Traffic System and general matters of interest to amateur radio traffic handling."
ARRL - 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."