RSN DX GROUP NEW ZEALAND
  THE Q CODE
 
Q CODE DEFINITION

 

CQ General call to any/all stations - CQ DX Call to distant stations
QRA What  is the name of your station?
QRB How far approximately are you from my station?
QRD Where are you bound and where are you from?
QRG Will you tell me my exact frequency?
QRH Does my frequency vary?
QRK What is the readability of my signals (1-5)?
QRL Are you busy?
QRM Are you being interfered with?-Man-made interference
QRN Are you troubled by static?-Atmospheric noise
QRT Shall i stop sending?-"on-the-side"
QRU Have you anything for me?
QRV Are you ready?
QRW Shall i tell that you are calling him on channel..?
QRX When will you call again?-"off-the-air"
QRY What is my turn?
QRZ Who is calling me?
QSA What is the strength of my signals (1-9+)?
QSB Are my signals fading ? (up and down)
QSL Can you acknowledge receipt?-Acknowledged
QSO Can you communicate directly or by relay? - Also used for
"a communication" or a conversation
QSW Do you wish to transmit on this frequency?
QSX Will you listen to on channel..?
QSY Shall i change to another frequency?-Changing frequency
QTE What is my TRUE bearing from you ? or What is my TRUE bearing from?
QTH What is your position in latitude and longitude ? - LOCATION
QTI What is your TRUE course?
QTJ What is your speed?
QRL What is your TRUE heading?
QTK What is the exact time?
QTU What are the hours during which your station is open?
QTX Will you keep your station open for further communication with me
until further notice
QUA Have you news of..?
QUD Have you received the urgent signals sent by ?
QUF Have you received the distress signals sent by ?
 
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