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Definition of "cq" []

  • A symbol transmitted by an amateur radio operator requesting two-way communication with any other amateur radio operator listening (noun)
  • Charge of quarters

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Use "cq" in a sentence
  • "If you put up an inverted L and run high power and call cq, you may get hams answering your CQ with signals you won't be able to hear without a rx antenna."
  • "The one day I let one TRX calling cq on 160m almost all night long but no reply."
  • ""They have a history of taking pot shots at us and if we can respond quickly, in a positive, strong, well thought out way, we may take some wind out of there cq sails.""
  • ""They have a history of taking pot shots at us and if we can respond quickly, in a positive, strong, well thought out way, we may take some wind out of there cq sails.""
  • "Michal cq Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal Real-estate prices in Santa Monica, Calif., and other sunny locales, have benefited from firms moving to its laid-back environs."
  • "The next day, June 5th, he posted that he "will be attending the Verona, NJ PBA Cops and Rodders [cq] event on Sunday morning.""