Q-Signals Q-signals are a system of radio shorthand as old as wireless and developed from even older telegraphy codes. Q-signals are a set of abbreviations for common information that save time and allow communication between operators who don’t speak a common language. Modern ham radio . 68 rows · "Q" Code Definitions. Below are a number of "Q" code definitions. The "Q" codes are . The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
Below are a number of "Q" code definitions. Question: What determines the PEP-to-average power ratio of a single-sideband phone signal? For more questions that might appear on an Amateur Amateur radio code license examination, click on the "practice exams" link on the left panel. Toggle navigation Menu. I am going to the Hamfest! QRA What is the name of your station?