|INTERNATIONAL Q SIGNALS
A Q signal followed by a ? asks a question. A Q signal without the ? answers the question affirmatively, unless otherwise indicated.QRA What is the name of your station?
QRG What’s my exact frequency?
QRH Does my frequency vary?
QRK What is my signal intelligibility? (1-5)
QRL Are you busy?
QRM Is my transmission being interferred with?
QRN Are you troubled by static?
QRO Shall I increase transmitter power?
QRP Shall I decrease power?
QRQ Shall I send faster?
QRS Shall I send slower?
QRT Shall I stop sending?
QRU Have you anything for me? (Answer in negative)
QRV Are you ready?
QRW Shall I tell ……. you are calling him?
QRX When will you call again?
QRZ Who is calling me?
QSA What is my signal strength?
QSB Are my signals fading?
QSD Is my keying defective?
QSG Shall I send ….. messages at a time?
QSK Can you work breakin?
QSL Can you acknowledge receipt?
QSM Shall I repeat the last message sent?
QSO Can you communicate with ….. direct?
QSP Will you relay to …. ?
QSV Shall I send a series of V’s?
QSW Will you transmit on ….. ?
QSX Will you listen for ….. on ….. ?
QSY Shall I change frequency?
QSZ Shall I send each word/group more than once?
(Answer, send twice or …..)
QTA Shall I cancel number ….. ?
QTB Do you agree with my word count? (Answer negative)
QTC How many messages have you to send?
QTH What is your location?
QTR What is your time?
QTV Will you keep your station open for further commication with me?
QUA Have you news of ….. ?
|ARRL “QN” SIGNALS FOR CW NET USE
QNA* – Answer in prearranged order
QNB* – Act as relay between ….. and …..
QNC – All net stations copy
I have a message for all net stations
QND* – Net is Directed (controlled by net control station).
QNE* – Entire net stand by.
QNF – Net is Free (not controlled)
QNG – Take over as net control station
QNH – Your net frequency is High
QNI – Net stations report in.*.
I am reporting into the net. (Follow with a list ,
traffic, or QRU).
QNJ – Can you copy me?
Can you copy …… ?
QNK* – Transmit message for ….. to …..
QNL – Your net frequency is Low.
QNM* – You are QRMing the net. Stand by.
QNN – Net control station is ……
What station has net control?
QNO – Station is leaving the net.
QNP – Unable to copy you.
Unable to copy ……
QNQ* – Move frequency to ….. and wait for ….. to finish
handling traffic. Then send him traffic for …..
QNR – Answer ….. and Receive traffic.
QNS* – Following Stations are in the net. *(Follow with list.)
QNT – I request permission to leave the net for ….. minutes.
QNU* – The net has traffic for you. Stand by.
QNV* – Establish contact with …. on this frequency. If
successful, move to ….. and send him traffic for …..
QNW – How do I route messages for ….. ?
QNX – You are excused from the net.*
Request to be excused from the net.
QNY* – Shift to another frequency (or to …. kHz) to clear
traffic with …..
QNZ – Zero beat your signal with mine.* denotes to be used by the Net Control StationQN signals need not be followed by question mark, even
though the meaning may be interrogatory.