Aug 09, · Home Forums > QRZ Community, Database Helpers, and Info > Community Help Center > How do I remove my name and address from QRZ? Discussion in 'Community Help Center' started by KJ4VEF, Jul 21, Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Page 3 of 3 Ham Member QRZ Page.
Search Scope: Matches licenses with the following radio service codes: HA, HV. *Please be aware that some combinations of search criteria may result in a longer wait.
Within a few weeks a new copy of your license with the new address will arrive in the mail. As for not updating in a timely manner, if you do something that requires the FCC to contact you and they are unable to is when it's time to worry. PO boxes are expensive (in Canada), especially considering the lifetime of an amateur radio certificate, and many of us do not have work addresses that can be used. The reality is that the perceived risk varies widely across people and demographics, so this rule change can make getting into amateur radio more appealing for those that may feel more vulnerable.
The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
File name: Ham Amateur Radio anonproxy.info Standard Microsoft Access Database File. Using a "form" to enter information into a database is many times much easier and quicker than "fiddlling around" with a spreadsheet that is sometimes hard to view or work with! Down-Loadable FCC Amateur Database. The FCC is posting on its FTP server the Amateur Radio Database. It is updated every Sunday or Monday and this database in raw form (48MB zipped or MB unzipped) can be downloaded and converted into an usable format using freeware software by Hardy Data Systems (HDS).
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By Name/Address - Type in a name or part of a name, street, city, etc., to search the address records In Biography - Type in one or more keywords to search all biography pages. For example, KENWOOD finds all bios that mention Kenwood. I am an advanced Amateur, call sign VE3BAC, and have been inactive for a few years now and have moved out of Ottawa to Kingston ON. I cannot find any trace of my call sign in your database. My account # on one of the last pieces of mail I received from IC is
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