||He's TX on a QRG of 14205 kHz
||Tone (T in the RST code)
||Your QRI is 9
||Intelligibility (R in the RST code)
||Your QRK is 5
||This frequency is busy.
||Used almost exclusively with Morse code, usually before transmitting on a new frequency
||There's another QSO up 2 kHz that's causing a lot of QRM
||Natural interference, e.g. static crashes
||The band is noisy today; There's a lot of QRN
||I need to QRO when propagation is poor.
||QRP 5 watts
||Please send faster (opposite of QRS).
||temporarily unavailable/away, please wait
||I will be QRR 30 minutes./That station is QRR now.
||Distress call recommended by ARRL
||Please QRS, I'm new to Morse code
||I've enjoyed talking to you, but I have to QRT for dinner now
||Have you anything for me?
||QRU, I'm about to sign off
||I am ready
||Will you be QRV in the upcoming contest?
||will call you again
||QRX @ 1500h
||You are being called by ________.
||QRZ? You're very weak. (Only someone who has previously called should reply)
||Your QSA is 5
||Fading of signal
||There's QSB on your signal
||Your keying is defective
||You are QSD, check your transmitter
||I can hear you during my transmission, you may QSK
||I Acknowledge receipt
||QSL your last transmission. Please QSL via the bureau (i.e. please send me a card confirming this contact).
||Repeat last message
||QRM drowned your last message out - please QSM
||Thanks very much for the QSO (Morse abbreviation: TNX QSO 73)
||Please QSP this message to my friend
||General call to all stations
||QST: Frequency allocations have changed
||I am listening on ... frequency
||I QSX 14200 to 14210 kilohertz
||Shift to transmit on ...
||Let's QSY up 5 kilohertz
||Disregard last message
||QTA, I didn't mean that
||Please stand by for the DX bulletin
||My QTH is South Park, Colorado
||QTR is 2000 Z