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Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KF7WIS, Oct 23, 2013.

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  1. K2WH

    K2WH Premium Subscriber Volunteer Moderator QRZ Page

    But I already thought everyone was "Good" on QRZ.COM already. It is the rare contact that is not.

    If a call is not on QRZ then one is suspect of being a slim or bootlegger. Sorta like QRZ has become an arm of the FCC.

    K2WH
     
  2. MM0XXW

    MM0XXW Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    So is an SAE (self addressed envelope) with enough $$$$ to cover return postage suitable or does it have to be an SASE, I fancy one also!
     
  3. M3OZP

    M3OZP Ham Member QRZ Page

    QRZ sticker

    It's a pity you don't use paypal then us overseas members could obtain them that way.

    Chris
    m3ozp
     
  4. WA4YL

    WA4YL Ham Member QRZ Page

    KJ4ZBK wants a sticker
     
  5. KJ6LXX

    KJ6LXX Ham Member QRZ Page

    What is the max stickers you can send in one business size (4 1/8 x 9 1/2) envelope?

    and do you know

    What is the max stickers you can send before needing another stamp?

    P.S. I recognize the QRZ address from when I used to live in north Phoenix
    I used to live 8-10 miles from there.
    You're by the Pinnacle Peak steak house aren't you?
    Lunch meetings there I'll bet. :)
     
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2013
  6. W4YBB

    W4YBB Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    It simply means that the information for you - QSL preferences, address, etc. - are correct on your QRZ page.
     
  7. HC2FN

    HC2FN Ham Member QRZ Page

    HC2FN Good idea I will send my info
    Contestatarios

    Sure you will see it in good place
    73s
    JOHN
     
  8. WE8R

    WE8R XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Why use "I'm good on"?

    Well, way back in time, before the internet and QRZ.com, the way you would find the address of another ham was to look in the Amateur Radio Callbook.

    If during a QSO, you indicated that you would like to QSL with the other ham.... often he would say "Im good in the book" which meant that the written info in the callbook is correct.

    Guess they are just carrying a bit of ham radio history into today's technology.

    73, Bob / WE8R
     
  9. 9W2PDT

    9W2PDT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Tq from 9w2pdt. Go to qrz.com
     
  10. VK5GL

    VK5GL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Only people with USA callsigns are automatically on QRZ, non US hams have to be members at some stage to be there and there details are not automatically updated.
     

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