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Greetings to all yl'sy xyl's is a pleasure to greet you all again ...If indeed the information is correct, and I had heard about this, but really the code 33 in the Q, I had not heard in a common among radio amateurs ...Here you all a safe that you will find information useful, as in my case I found quite interesting and makes us understand that the world of Amateur Radio does not always end up knowing all ... The "Code 92" was first ADOPTED by Western Union in 1859. The Reason For This reduces bandwidth to WAS adoption over the telegraph lines and speed transmissions by Utilizing a numerical code system Frequently Used for Various phrases.Here you have the following link:http://www.civilwarsignals.org/pages/tele/wurules1866/92code.htmlThanks for the information of the partner who has this post, 73-33-51 and 88, hi hi! should begin to use between YL's, XYL's hams.