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Scout / Pfadfinder - Jamboree On the Air

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Hello to all Scouts and Pathfinders from all over the world. We would like to introduce ourselves. "We are the Scouts of Namibia!”

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Citizens band radio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A callbook is a directory of radio station call signs. Originally a bound book that resembled a telephone directory, it contains the name and addresses of radio stations in a given jurisdiction (country). Modern Electrics published the first callbook in the United States in 1909. Today, the primary purpose of a callbook is to allow radio operators to send a confirmation post card, called a QSL card to an operator with whom they have communicated via radio. Callbooks have evolved to include online databases that are accessible via the Internet to instantly obtain the address of another amateur radio operator and their QSL managers. The most well known and used on-line QSL database for the 11 meter / freebander community is QRZ11.COM, designed after its "big brother" for amateur radio.[46][47][48][49][50][51]
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In the CQ Magazin

TNX to Steven 2WR3636

He found this SUPER article in the 2014 February CQ Magazin about the 11m freebanders an QRZ11. Also a special TNX to Cory G B Sickles WA3UVV for writing this great article. 
Yes, we are proud to say that we have our place in the radio society. 

Quite a few of ham operators came from the 11m scene and in the near future a lot still will come from there to become one. On 27.555-Mhz the behavior is excellent. Of course here and there are beginners that still have to learn a lot. But where better to learn the basics then on the 11m band with QRZ11 to help them...! 

Read the complete CQ Magazin article: 



On 23.09.2017 at 22h29 Call Sign No. 55 000 was registerd in our database.
Its now 2020...:-)

73s QRZ11 Team

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QRZ11 Logbook with eQSL function

Hello OM´s
We are currently busy with a online QRZ11 logbook with email QSL function.
I think this is the more sufficient solution then to install the program to your pc/Laptop It will still take a lil wile.... But it will be ready soon.


11Meter talking Ham.
One step away of becoming a futur Radio Amateur

Hi all!

HamSphere is a virtual Ham Radio Transceiver. Once installed, you will be able to communicate with thousands of Amateur Radio operators and 11 meter operators in over 200 countries around the world. You can use HamSphere without a Ham Radio license just register and you will get a call sign for your division. This is also greate for beginners. HamSphere is a highly realistic shortwave simulation based on SDR (Software Defined Radio) technology.

Give it a go. It is so easy!!!