Zelfs het bekende "Q&Z"-boekje van wijlen PA0BFN/Rinus Hellemons kon niet alles weten. Zie bv de "QO*"-codes, die zijn op deze website wel te vinden: http://www.kloth.net/radio/qcodes.php.
Hier ter leringhe ende vermaeck:
Q-groups in Amateur radio are bent often very much in „everyday life-linguistically “. A story of the true life could have taken place in „Sparks “ family in such a way.
„When he came from his QRL in his QTH , He called for his XYL. He found her in his shack.. She lay on the sofa. His first though QSQ? Suddenly his “TX” shows QRO .. QSO
HI: QOD2? or QSY? QTP
SHE: QOH5 QOF3. QRD? QTZ QRE? pse QRF QRP.
After a while
HI: QSQ? QRQ? QSK? QSY? or QSR?
It was a nice Vibroplex - QSO es QSL RST 599 plus.
SHE: no pse QRT.
HI: QSC? QRX? QRY? QTX? or QUZ?
SHE: QUM QUP3
Fortunately I did not have to ask: QSJ?
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