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  1. a standardised collection of three-letter message encodings, all starting with the letter "Q", initially developed for commercial radiotelegraph communication, and later adopted by other radio services, especially amateur radio

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  2. Although the majority of the Q codes have slipped out of common use, several remain part of the standard ICAO radiotelephony phraseology in aviation

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  3. Although Q codes were created when radio used Morse code exclusively, they continued to be employed after the introduction of voice transmissions

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  4. To avoid confusion, transmitter call signs have often been limited to restrict ones starting with "Q" or having an embedded three-letter Q sequence

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  5. The codes in the range QAA-QNZ are reserved for aeronautical use

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