Re: VUCC - ww locator required
- That was ONE of the questions I was asking... The only answer I could make work was ---- tada --- Win Warbler Locator. Nothing else seemed to make sense in context.
- 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.BTW, so sorry if I used a word ( ww locator ) maybe not so clear all around.example: This ham-radio page , but written in italian, explains a bit too what is the world wide locator:73, ... to the next.Alessandro, IZ5MOQ--- In ARRL-LOTW@yahoogroups.com, Peter Laws <plaws0@...> wrote:
>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 |
- On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 12:32 PM, Alessandro Graziani
>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!
- > No worries, man! As long as you include it in your TQSL station location, I don't care what you call it! :-)
> PeterLaws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!--Hi Peter,yesterday I advised some italian friends on it. I have sent them some parts of our chat (N5UWY, N6ML, IZ5MOQ) and... some VUCC gifts are coming for us on LOTW; from some african grid quare too.So, stay tune :) on your VUCC account.73Alessandro, IZ5MOQ