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Automatic message exchange

Automatic message exchange (AME): In an adaptive high-frequency (HF) radio network, an automated process allowing the transfer of a message from message injection to addressee reception, without human intervention.

Note: Through the use of machine-addressable transport guidance information, i.e., the message header[?], the message is automatically routed through an on-line direct connection through single or multiple transmission media.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C



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