http://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDIQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dxzone.com%2Fdx19788%2Fww-locator-with-google-maps.html&ei=bX7YUeuME-LMiQLx1oGMessage 1 of 20 , Jul 6View Sourcehttp://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDIQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dxzone.com%2Fdx19788%2Fww-locator-with-google-maps.html&ei=bX7YUeuME-LMiQLx1oGACQ&usg=AFQjCNFFZSDK5jzqriTWiiXjIdboE9LqMABill Aycock <billaycock@...> wrote:If you go back to the original post in this thread, I think you will find that English was not the first language of the guy who asked.Now, What language has significant meaning for “WW”?Bill—W4BSG
If you hold off long enough, someone will ask the "dumb question" and all the rest of us sigh with relief. I've only been a ham for 56 years so I have an excuse, but I've never heard the term WW locator before this thread.
On 7/6/2013 8:56 AM, Tom wrote:
At the risk of asking a "dumb" question... What is a WW locator? I'm
familiar with grid squares, ITU and CQ zones, etc but I don't recall
ever hearing of a WW locator.
Tom - K0TW
--- In mailto:ARRL-LOTW%40yahoogroups.com, iain macdonnell - N6ML wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> Your grid square is part of the "Station Location" that you use when
> signing a log for upload.
> Run the "TQSL" program. From the "Station" menu, select "Edit
> Locations". Select the station location you want to update, and click
> on "Edit...". The first step of the wizard includes a "Grid Square"
> field, which you need to update. Click "Next>" to work through the
> remaining steps.
> Any logs signed using that station location in the future will include
> the grid square that you specified.
> ~iain / N6ML
> On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 9:59 AM, Doug Garman k7evi@... wrote:
> > AH, excuse ME!
> > I am one who finds the ARRL instructions way too confusing.
> > SO, after searching for over 30 minutes, I am asking a newby ham
> > plus years since novice) where to set the "WW locator in (my)
> > profile".
> > I really do not care for my benefit, because the COST of the award
> > above my budget, but some people might want my grid square. SO
> > where is this information hidden? In giving this information, please
> > with the browser address bar if it is on the internet.... I use
> > go through each step. If, as many have, you chose to ridicule this
> > I will not bother. I have 144 Mhz. 220 Mhz and 440 Mhz eq. and am
> > to rebuild 50 Mhz eq.
> > I did set up a VUCC account named CN95qu - and a rule for that grid
> > as my location. If that is it, please say so. AND in your request to
> > (politically abused) retired hams, please use clear descriptions in
> > requests.
> > TNX Doug
Sent from my Android phone.
>10:56 AM, Tom <k0tw@...> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at
> >asking a "dumb" question... What is a WW locator? I'm
> > At the risk of
> > familiar withgrid squares,
> Same thing. Gridloc, WW locator, Maidenhead
>Travel by Train!
> Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net |
>No worries, man! As long as you include it in your TQSL station
> Yes Peter, same thing of course. Thanks explaining.
> Sorry for delay, but am reading DIGEST here, on the mailinglist.
> Here in Italy the word "world wide locator" sounds familiar.
location, I don't care what you call it! :-)
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!
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