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President - Wade Wehrenberg N5PHV- 918-272-5160
Vice President - Andy Vandeventer N5NYP
Secretary/Treasurer - Steve Bragg KA9MVA
Amateur Radio "Q" Signals
Q-Signals are usually sent while sending morse code, however, ocationally you will hear them on SSB as well. They are called Q-Signals because they all begin with "Q". Q-Signals are used to shorten commonly used phrases. For example, you would send "QSY" instead of sending, "I am going to meet you on another freqency." or "I am changing frequencies." They make life much easier. Remember that most Q-Signals are either a statement or a question. If followed by a question mark, it's obviously a question, otherwise it's a statement.