Have problem wih the map

Discussion in 'Community Help Center' started by YD1CMZ, Nov 10, 2020.

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  1. YD1CMZ

    YD1CMZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Dear all,

    How to setting the map?
    My maps are always more than 1000km from my house

    thank's & 73
     
  2. JA6XZS

    JA6XZS Volunteer DX Helper Volunteer DX Helper Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    • Open your database https://www.qrz.com/edit/YD1CMZ
    • Choose an action "Map, Grid Square, and coordinate settings"
    • Set your map
    • Click "Save" to save changes
    Hope this helps...
     
  3. JA6XZS

    JA6XZS Volunteer DX Helper Volunteer DX Helper Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    If it's logbook issue, just try this:

    Open your Logbook
    Click "Settings"
    Click "Logbook Properties"
    Make changes on "Location: Grid:" field etc as you like
    Click "Save" to save changes


    Hope this helps!

    73, Kaz
    JA6XZS
     
  4. KZ1G

    KZ1G Ham Member QRZ Page

    I just want to find out how many hams are located within a major grid "square", say EM07. I can't figure out how to do that. I don't want hams in the individual sub squares such as EM07aa, for example. I want to find some "rare" (few or no hams) locations and get them on the air with a portable station. Any help appreciated. Thanks. --Jon, KZ1G
     
  5. JA6XZS

    JA6XZS Volunteer DX Helper Volunteer DX Helper Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Looks like he's successfully managed to make settings for his Logbook.
     
  6. KZ1G

    KZ1G Ham Member QRZ Page

    Still looking for a way to determine the ham "population" in each US major grid square, for example EM70. Thanks.
     
  7. PU2OZT

    PU2OZT Ham Member QRZ Page

    But, how comes your own location be more or less centered in said grid square? what if your QTH is right in a corner? lat/long/radius appears a better solution.
     

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