Q signals

Discussion in 'Straight Keys - CW Enthusiasts' started by KB4MNG, Aug 29, 2015.

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  1. KB4MNG

    KB4MNG Ham Member QRZ Page

    I thought about down loading the q signals and start using them. Then I wonder if anyone would know them. Anyone still use them?
     
  2. KB1CKT

    KB1CKT Ham Member QRZ Page

    qth, qsl, qrn, qrm.... Nets use qnb, qni, maybe some others. But I have not heard outside of that.

    Can't to print off a list and leave the radio. Read it a few times, maybe once a month to refresh the memory.
     
  3. N7ZAL

    N7ZAL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes and they are in the ARRL log book.
     
  4. AG6QR

    AG6QR Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    The ones I hear reasonably frequently: QRL, QRM, QRN, QRO, QRP, QRQ, QRS, QRT, QRU, QRZ, QSB, QSK, QSL, QSO, QSY, QTH, QST. The QN.. ones are used on nets, but basically only there. If you participate in those nets, you'll learn them quickly.
     
  5. K7KBN

    K7KBN Ham Member QRZ Page

    If IMI, QRU?
     
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  6. W5BIB

    W5BIB Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    wasn't that a song by The WHO ?? "Q are you"............:rolleyes:
     
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  7. N8AFT

    N8AFT Subscriber QRZ Page

    I use QRU? as a nice way to indicate I'm about ready to end the QSO. I sometimes am asked what it means.
    On the average most every CW operator I run across knows and uses Q signals. VY 73 lane
     
  8. W5BIB

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    lol... I really mess 'em up !! After years of being a Coastal station CW operator, I'll end a QSO with "nw hr NIL",... 73 SK de ..........

    Btw; What a great QRZ bio...... I love anything to do with railroads !!!! :)

    Steve
     
  9. N8AFT

    N8AFT Subscriber QRZ Page

    Thanks Steve ; Hope to hear you on 40m some time... 73 lane
     
  10. KP4SX

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    That's a good encapsulation of the normally used ones. Take note, MNG. And don't overlook the unofficial QLF.
     

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