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Re: [CQ-Contest] Q-Signals for Contesting

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Q-Signals for Contesting
From: "Ole S. Andersen" <oz1fao@osa.dk>
Date: Mon, 11 May 2015 17:33:51 +0200
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Re: [CQ-Contest] Q-Signals for Contesting

  On Sunday, May 10, 2015, K8MR via CQ-Contest

> Now that bad signal quality is a potential disqualifying event in
> contests, is there a simple way to alert somebody, especially on
CW, that
> his  signal has a quality issue?
> I can't find a Q signal for such in the ARRL list of Q-signals. I
> having seen somewhere a Q-signal for "Your keying is defective",
> sounds more like a "You need to check your keyer weight setting"
> "You've
> got spurs", but I can't find a reference to that one.
> QSD =  Your keying is defective, your signals are bad.

> This would work in principle, if we all knew our Q codes. ;)

> 73 jeff wk6i

QRI ? = How is the tone of my transmission? 
QRI    The tone of your transmission is...
       1. good.
       2. variable.
       3. bad.

73 Ole - oz4o

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