Oops, only 7 out of 10. But some were a little uncommon.
I didn’t want to be accused of grade inflation, Peter! 🙂
70% for me as well but I learned a few new ones.
9 out of 10 !!
70% must be the magick number! me too. /guy (73 de kg5vt | wqpz784)
And 7 also. Several were unfamiliar, which is no surprise. I’ve got a commercial radiotelegraphy book and there are page after page of them.
9 out of 10!!
9 of 10 Pure luck though!
9 of 10 for me ALSO……AND I’M NOT A CW OP!!!!!hi
9 out of 10 but I guessed at 3 of them. Thanks for the chart – will act smart if someone throws one of those at me.
8 out of ten, and I haven’t used CW in 35 years, I guess I haven’t forgotten everything! Thanks for the challenge.
4 out of 10 and two were guessed, thank God I use FM. Good fun though. I have downloaded the Q list for future reference.
Missed one … nice quiz. Remember Q signals are primarily for CW.
Note: QSL is recently being used instead of Roger, sounds out of place.
In the group with 7 of 10….I must be getting old, as I used to know them all along with Z-codes.
9 out of 10…not too bad!
8 out of 10 for a guy whose CW is rusty!
7/10 as well!!
7 / 10… have downloaded the handy sheet for future use. Thank you!
Many of those Q-codes are not in use …..
4 out of 10. Was fun and interesting. Love the download sheet.
Missed both of my total guesses so got 8.
80% OK !!! So I am delighted, relative good result.
6 out of 10, but in my defense, it’s been many decades since my CW days, and even then I was QLF.
8 out of 10. Thanks for the challenge.
I’m in the 7 group, rusty I am. But I learned something.
6 of 10. Got QRMary and Nancy confused. Then again, I haven’t used CW for a long while.
8 of 10
9/10. Missed QSZ. Never had need of it 😉
8 out of 10
9/10 i think i didnt remember QSH
73 from the North
Oh dear only 9 out of 10 must do better 😉
Pretty happy with my 8 out of 10…my memory somewhat confused Q signals with Z signals! Z signals were mostly used for USN Point-to-Point Orestes – encrypted TTY. My favorite, often heard in a bar after too many beers, was ZLD1; you are garbling, please retransmit!
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