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Discussion in 'Communication (CB | GPS | HAM)' started by Z3PR, Feb 14, 2003.

  1. Z3PR

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    Q CODES

    CQ = GENERAL CALL

    QRG = TELL ME EXACT FREQUENCY

    QRH = DOES FREQUENCY VARY?

    QRI = HOW IS TONE OF TRANSMISSION?

    QRK = READABILITY OF SIGNAL IS

    QRL = ARE YOU BUSY? I AM BUSY

    QRM = MANMADE INTERFERENCE

    GRN = STATIC

    QRO = INCREASE POWER

    QRP = DECREASE POWER

    QRQ = SEND FASTER

    QRS = SEND SLOWER

    QRT = STOP SENDING

    QRU = DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING FOR ME?

    QRV = ARE YOU READY? I AM READY

    QRW = I AM CALLING ON... FREQUENCY

    QRX = WHAQT IS THE NEXT SCHEDULE?

    QRZ = WHO IS CALLING?

    QSA = WHAT IS THE SIGNAL STRENGTH?

    QSB = ARE MY SIGNALS FADING?

    QSD = IS MY KEYING DEFECTIVE?

    QSG = SEND... MESSAGE AT ONE TIME

    QSL = ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT

    QSM = REPEAT LAST MESSAGE

    QSO = COMMUNICATE DIRECT OR VIA RELAY

    QSP = WILL YOU RELAY TO...?

    QSV = SEND SERIES OF V'S

    QSW = WILL YOU SEND ON THIS FREQUENCY?

    QSX = SHALL I SWITCH TO ANOTHER FREQUENCY?

    QSY = SWITCHING FREQUENCIES

    QSZ = SEND EACH GROUP TWICE

    QTA = CANCEL MESSAGE

    QTB = DO YOU AGREE WITH NUMBER OF WORDS?

    QTC = HOW MANY MESSAGES DO YOU HAVE TO SEND?

    QTH = LOCATION

    QTR = EXACT TIME

    10 CODES

    10-1 = RECEIVING POORLY

    10-2 = RECEIVING WELL

    10-3 = STOP TRANSMITTING

    10-4 = OK, MESSAGE RECEIVED

    10-5 = RELAY MESSAGE

    10-6 = BUSY, STAND BY

    10-7 = OUT OF SERVICE, LEAVING AIR

    10-8 = IN SERVICE, SUBJECT TO CALL

    10-9 = REPEAT MESSAGE

    10-10 = TRANSMISSION COMPLETED, STANDING BY

    10-11 = TALKING TO RAPIDLY

    10-12 = VISITORS PRESENT

    10-13 = ADVISE OF WEATHER/ROAD CONDITIONS

    10-16 = MAKE PICKUP AT

    10-17 = URGENT BUSINESS

    10-18 = ANYTHING FOR US?

    10-19 = NOTHING FOR YOU, RETURN TO BASE

    10-20 = MY LOCATION IS...

    10-21 = CALL BY TELEPHONE

    10-22 = REPORT IN PERSON TO

    10-23 = STANDBY

    10-24 = COMPLETED LAST ASSIGNMENT

    10-25 = CAN YOU CONTACT?

    10-26 = DISREGARD LAST INFORMATION

    10-27 = I AM MOVING TO CHANNEL...

    10-28 = IDENTIFY YOUR STATION

    10-29 = TIME IS UP FOR CONTACT

    10-30 = DOES NOT CONFORM TO FCC RULES

    10-32 = I WILL GIVE YOU A RADIO CHECK

    10-33 = EMERGENCY TRAFFIC

    10-34 = TROUBLE AT THIS STATION

    10-35 = CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

    10-36 = CORRECT TIME IS...

    10-37 = WRECKER NEEDED AT

    10-38 = AMBULANCE NEEDED AT

    10-39 = YOUR MESSAGE DELIVERED

    10-41 = PLEASE TURN TO CHANNEL...

    10-42 = TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AT...

    10-43 = TRAFFIC TIED UP AT...

    10-44 = I HAVE A MESSAGE FOR YOU

    10-45 = ALL UNITS WITHIN RANGE PLEASE...

    10-50 = BREAK CHANNEL

    10-60 = WHAT IS NEXT MESSAGE NUMBER?

    10-62 = UNABLE TO COPY, USE PHONE

    10-63 = NET DIRECTED TO...

    10-64 = NET CLEAR

    10-65 = AWAITING YOUR NEXT MESSAGE...

    10-67 = ALL UNITS COMPLY

    10-70 = FIRE AT...

    10-71 = PROCEED WITH TRANSMISSION IN...

    10-77 = NEGATIVE CONTACT

    10-81 = RESERVE HOTEL ROOM FOR...

    10-82 = RESERVE ROOM FOR...

    10-84 = MY TELEPHONE NUMBER IS...

    10-85 = MY ADDRESS IS...

    10-91 = TALK CLOSER TO THE MICROPHONE

    10-93 = CHECK MY FREQUENCY ON THIS CHANNEL

    10-94 = PLEASE GIVE ME A LONG COUNT

    10-99 = MISSION COMPLETED, ALL UNITS

    10-200= POLICE NEEDED AT...

    MORSE CODE

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    Q _ _ . _

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    U . . _

    V . . . _

    W . _ _

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    Z _ _ . .

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    PHONIC ALPHABET

    A = ALFA

    B =BRAVO

    C = CHARLIE

    D = DELTA

    E = ECHO

    F = FOXTROT

    G = GOLF

    H = HOTEL

    I = INDIA

    J = JULIET

    K = KILO

    L = LIMA

    M = MIKE

    N = NOVEMBER

    O = OSCAR

    P = PAPA

    Q = QUEBEC

    R = ROMEO

    S = SIERA

    T = TANGO

    U = UNIFORM

    V = VICTOR

    W = WHISKY

    X = X-RAY

    Y = YANKY

    Z = ZULU
     
  2. bee32

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    Thanks! I was just about to start looking for morse to start studiing for my General License. Appreciate you putting this up.
     
  3. Z3PR

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    Just doing my part to try to post something usefull every now and then.
     
  4. chevyracing

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    Paul,
    Cool stuff, but if you are listening to a Police Scanner many of our codes are different (10 codes) than CB.

    John
     
  5. Z3PR

    Z3PR Banned

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    These codes are from a Ham site. Be really cool if some members in law enforcement could post the 10-code y'all use.
     
  6. chevyracing

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    I'll see if I can get the whole roster and post it.

    John
     
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    That's so nice!!! /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    oooooooooooooooo what a time saver this is!! thank you.
     
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    Sig 8- Meet
    Sig 9- Disregard
    Sig 10- Rush Action Desired
    Sig 11- Information Secret
    Sig 12- Go to Ch 5
    Sig 13- No light or Sirens
    Sig 14- Use Extreme Caution
    Sig 15- Be out at Fuel pumps

    10-01 Receiving Poorly
    10-02 Receiving Well
    10-03 Stop Transmitting
    10-04 Acknowledgment
    10-05 Relay
    10-06 Busy
    10-07 Out of Service
    10-08 Inservice
    10-09 Repeat
    10-10 Subject To call
    10-11 911 Hang up call(33 Traffic)
    10-12 BOLO(Be On Look Out)
    10-13 Road Conditions
    10-14 Escort
    10-15 Prisoner
    10-16 Landing Zone
    10-17 Send K-9
    10-18 Send Rescue Squad
    10-19 Jail
    10-20 Location
    10-21 Call By telephone
    10-22 Need Suprivisor
    10-23 County Car in Pursuit(33 Traffic)
    10-24 Trouble at Station(33 Traffic)
    10-25 Driving on Revoked
    10-26 Disorderly Person
    10-27 Break In
    10-28 Check Registration
    10-29 Check for Wanted
    10-30 Check for wanted surrounding counties
    10-31 Cutting or Stabbing(33 Traffic)
    10-32 Unruly Juvinile(Varies 33 traffic)
    10-33 Emergency Traffic(lights @ Sirens)
    10-34 Req State HWY dept
    10-35 Call Sheriff
    10-36 Correct Time
    10-37 Request Detective
    10-38 Shooting(33 Traffic)
    10-39 Armed Suspect(33 Traffic)
    10-40 Take Report
    10-41 Go to School take a report
    10-42 Burglar Alarm(33 Traffic)
    10-43 Want Officer Investigate
    10-44 Stolen Vehicle
    10-45 Wreck With out injury
    10-46 Wreck with injury(33 traffic)
    10-47 Send Ambulance
    10-48 Send Wrecker
    10-49 Driving while drunk
    10-50 No Traffic
    10-51 Driving with out license
    10-52 Armed Robbery(33 traffic)
    10-53 Wanted Charge Local
    10-54 Arrest and Hold for...
    10-55 Kidnapping(33 traffic)
    10-56 Prowler
    10-57 Report on Dog Bite
    10-58 Public Drunk
    10-59 Fight(33 traffic)
    10-60 Exposure
    10-61 Child Abuse
    10-62 Corpse(33 traffic)
    10-63 Not used
    10-64 Not used
    10-65 Be advised of biting dogs
    10-66 Serving warrents
    10-67 Dead Animal in Road
    10-68 Call E.M.A.
    10-69 Speak with officer
    10-70 Out on foot pursuit
    10-71 School Traffic
    10-72 Fire Call
    10-73 Road Block
    10-74 Request Highway Patrol
    10-75 Plane Crash
    10-76 Patrol
    10-77 Report on Vandelism
    10-78 Not used
    10-79 Request Gas Company
    10-80 Suspicios Vehicle or Person
    10-81 Traffic Stop
    10-82 Request Back up
    10-83 Breach of peace
    10-84 Drugs Present
    10-85 Request Coroner
    10-86 Family Fight
    10-87 Disturbing the Peace
    10-88 Shop Lifter
    10-89 Welfare Check
    10-90 Runaway juvinile
    10-91 Homicide
    10-92 Disorderly House
    10-93 Riot
    10-94 Suicide
    10-95 Bomb Threat
    10-96 Larceny
    10-97 Arrived on Scene
    10-98 Finished with last assignment
    10-99 Do not put traffic over radio subject present

    I know i didn't put (33 Traffic) after ever code for which we run traffic, but I think you can figure out the ones we run traffic too or dont. Hope this helps /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    i know that the 10 codes vary by each group that uses them, but i have recently heard that using 10 codes on nondesignated amateur frequencies is frowned upon. rebel or z or ?- are there any websites that i can visit to learn more about amateur radio "etiquette"?
    thanks
     
  12. rebelk5frk

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    Yeah most ham's frown on "10 codes". When using voice it's easier to just use plain english and makes more sense to all anyway. When using CW there are several "codes" known and "Q Codes" and other short hand to make sending easier.

    I can't think of any websites for you to check out but one of the best ways to learn how things are is to listen for a little while.

    If you simple use regular plain old english then everyone will be happy.

    A few things to remember.... you should never say "break" to join into a conversation... most places consider that to be a form of "distress call" and there is no need to say "for ID" etc.... all that is required is your callsign. Everyone knows its "for id" so no reason to tell everyone. There are a ton of little silly things people do like that.

    Leave the cb lingo on CB bands and you'll be alright with most folks. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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