Discussion in 'The YL Zone' started by PD5SJO, Oct 15, 2015.
Hello Ladies welcome to the YL zone. This forum is exclusively for YL members of QRZ.
All right! I've been wondering how to find out about the YLs here on QRZ.
Great that QRZ listened and responded quickly to my request for a YL forum, thanks Jan for all your help in getting this up and going.
Come on YL's let's hear you on here
Please introduce yourselves
Please let us know what you have been up to on radio and of radio
Let us see your set up
So we can make YL friendships and skeds etc
Jan is the moderator of the forum
And helped with getting this set up
Great to get this forum rolling thanks for your reply
Hi Lisa and Jan (and you lurkers out there). Seriously, let's try and rally the YLs here.
By way of a quick introduction, I'm a relatively new ham here - the details are on my page here on QRZ. I have two call signs because I used the "backdoor" approach to get my French "indicatif" after giving up on the French classes for the licensing exams here. My actual license is from the US, though I only use my US call on EchoLink at the moment.
Spent yesterday at the Ham Expo in Tours (France), where the French YLs are forming a new YL association. There aren't all that many YLs here in France (many reasons for that) and so if anyone, in France or elsewhere, is interested, let me know and I'll put you in touch with our Fearless Leaders.
Nice to meet you. I have been licensed for a long time and can answer most questions that you may have about ham radio, and of course any question about QRZ or the forums. I am also a member of the YL-ISSB International Single Sideband System.
They have nets everyday on HF, and a great bunch of folks there. On the website they list the Frequencies and times of the daily nets.
Ok well I will talk to you later,
Have a good day
Hello Stefanie - AI2SS,
Congratulations on the new call sign and Welcome to the YL forum.
Hello, My name is Jenn. I've been licensed for about 4 years. Mostly got into it for emergencies, but the hobby has expanded quite a bit beyond that
Welcome to the forum, my information is also on my page.
My first radio was when I was about 11. It was a little kit radio receiver that had no batteries. It had headphones and I could hear AM radio stations on it.
I just stumbled upon the forum! I'll have to let my YL Club (www.haylarc.org) know about it.
I've been licensed since August 2011 (the tornado disaster hit Alabama in April of that year).