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Amateur Radio Abbreviations

Browse 868 acronyms and abbreviations related to the Amateur Radio terminology and jargon.

QFTI am passing gas.Rate it:
QGWDoes my landing gear appear to be down and in place?Rate it:
QHFAre you going to the Hamfeast?Rate it:
QHIAre you leaving after only one transmission?Rate it:
QJE3Is my frequency shift correct?Rate it:
QJFMy signal as checked by monitor is satisfactoryRate it:
QJF1My signal as checked by monitor is satisfactory locallyRate it:
QJF2My signal as checked by monitor is satisfactory as radiated.Rate it:
QJGShall I revert to automatic relay?Rate it:
QJH1Shall I run my test tape?Rate it:
QJI1Will you transmit a continuous mark?Rate it:
QJI2Will you transmit a continuous space?Rate it:
QJK1Are you receiving continuous mark?Rate it:
QJK2Are you receiving continuous space?Rate it:
QJK3Are you receiving a mark bias?Rate it:
QJK4Are you receiving a space bias?Rate it:
QKAI have effected rescue and am proceeding to base (with ... persons injured requiring ambulance).Rate it:
QKOWhat other units are (or will be) taking part in the operation?Rate it:
QLKAre you sending with your left foot and keyboard?Rate it:
QLPAre you playing long disco records?Rate it:
QLSAre you sending from Texas?Rate it:
QLZ?Are you playing Led Zeppelin over the repeater?Rate it:
QNKTransmit message for ______ to ______.Rate it:
QNLYour Net frequency is LowRate it:
QNPUnable to copy.Rate it:

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