the sister nets - World
Radio Network and World Friendship Net
by the Western Reflector and IRLP
THERE IS A
GREAT VARIETY OF INFORMATION ON OUR NETS
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section is for new operators.........
of all welcome to the wonderful world of Amateur Radio or nicknamed
are so many ways to enjoy this hobby
hope this information will assist you in getting more enjoyment out
of your toys.
start learning about ham radio, try the links in the sidebar.
start by talking about getting registered so the rest of the Ham world
can find out about you.
this link to go to QRZ.com
will see a box at the top to enter any call sign. Type your own call
sign and touch enter.
will be taken to the QRZ page that already has you listed from the
However you will see this information asking you to log in.
the Login link and you will get a request to log in. If you have never
logged in, you need to register.
click the link in the "Don't have...." line and follow instructions
you are registered, you can edit your page and add information about
can add pictures, e-mail address and a bio.
can see sample pages by entering any valid ham call sign. Try mine
(KG7KA) if you wish.
won't go into detail here about adding info to your page. There are
help files available on the QRZ page.
begin editing your page hover your mouse pointer over your call sign
on the right.
the Edit link and you are set to begin editing. There are help files
there and by searching the web for help using QRZ.
Now start making
contacts and have FUN.
You can also
use QRZ for your log book.
When you enter
a call sign you get this at first
can see their e-mail if you hover over the E-mail link.
You can also
log a contact with them
You can see
detail about them- I'll leave that for you to explore except for one
area I really like- the "Show Map"
These are all
public records so I am not revealing anything that is private.