Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by WA2ZEG, Jul 4, 2020.
What does "CQ K" mean in FT8 call? "CQ DX" is obvious, as is "CQ NA". Thanks.
Maybe he doesn't want to work us W people.
Wouldn't that be CQKN?
.... or maybe it just means he stopped TXing
morse K is 'over' n'esp pas ?
Thanks one and all; this may be the answer - Hard-core CW operator doing FT8.
Maybe they want to know if you've seen K.
If it was a DX station maybe he was using that to call CQ USA?
Sure, I've seen him around.
K? Who's that?
Even on phone I've heard old timers call CQ, their Call, and then say "K" someone please.
CQ K on FT8 means I don't know who the hell you want to talk to, therefore I'm not answering....