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Q signals are Ham language. Wanna be a ham, learn the language.

KB4XV
2014-06-09

Surely there must be some subjects other than "Q" signals or "handles" that can be submitted as Strays. No point in beating the horse any further, it died months ago.

K2UFT
2014-06-09

"5x9: The point at which most operators S-Meters seem to be stuck at." -- Clinton Herbert AB7RG

K2UFT
2014-06-09

"Rule Numbers 404 & 505 of Ham Radio: Anything that can be used as a station "accessory" can and will be. Anything that can be used to prop up, hold up, or otherwise support an antenna will be." -- Clinton Herbert AB7RG

K2UFT
2014-06-09

when you are using a cellphone or internet or satellite to communicat you are a slave but with your own radio station you are free. when you receive a DX call from far away its magic

YK3MM
2014-06-09

Q signals were adopted at the International Radio Conference in London (or maybe Berlin) in 1912. This predates CB by quite a bit...

W1KRT
2014-06-09

When a man who is honesly mistaken, hears the truth; he will either quit being mistaken or cease to be honest.

N5SOM
2014-06-09