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Q Codes

SIGNAL
QUESTION
QRG
Will you indicate my exact frequency in kilocycles?
QRH
Does my frequency vary?
QR1
How is the tone of my transmission?
QRJ
Are you receiving me badly? Are my signals weak?
QRK
What is the legibility of my signals (1 to 5)?
QRL
Are you busy?
QRM
Are you being interfered with?
QRN
Are you troubled by static?
QRO
Must I increase Power?
QRP
Must I decrease power?
QRQ
Must I send faster?
QRS
Must I send more slowly?
QRT
Must I stop transmission?
QRU
Have you anything for me?
QRV
Are you ready?
QRW
Must I advise .. That you are calling him on ..kilocycles?
QRX
When will you call again?
QRZ
By whom am I being called?
QSA
What is the strength of my signals (1 to 5)?
QSB
Does the strength of my signals vary?
QSD
Is my keying correct? Are my signals distinct)
QSG
Must I transmit .. Telegrams (or one telegram) at a time?
QSK
Shall I continue the transmission of all my traffic?
QSL
Can you acknowledge receipt?
QSM
Shall I repeat the last telegram I sent you?
QSO
Can you communicate with ..directly (or through ..)?
QSP
Will you relay to ..?
QST
General call preceding a message addressed to all amateurs.
QSV
Shall I send a series of VVV ..?
QSX
Will you listen for ..( call sign) on .. Kilocycles?
QSY
Shall I change to .. Kilocycles without changing the type of wave?
QSZ
Shall I send each word or group twice?
QTA
Shall I cancel nr .. as if it had not been sent?
QTB
Do you agree with my word count?
QTC
How many telegrams have you to send?
QTH
What is your position (location)?
QTR
What is the exact time?
QST
General call preceeding a message address to all amateurs and
A.R.R.L. Members. This is in effect "CQ ARRL".
QRRR
Official A.R.R.L "land SOS". A distress call for emergency use only.