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Adding your callsign to the QRZ database

The QRZ callsign database is updated continuously from a variety of sources. Some rules are observed to insure that only legitimate amateur radio callsigns are inserted into the database. This article is for those non-USA amateurs who are new to the site and wish to have their callsign added to the database.

The first rule of adding callsigns to the database is that it may only be done by a licensed amateur whose callsign already exists in our database. This might sound like a problem for someone who is new to the site, however, rest assured that we will do everyting possible to get you listed. If this is your first time on QRZ and you are a non-USA amateur then you must be assisted to get your call sign listed. Getting assistance is easy. First, any existing QRZ member whose callsign is listed can help you. If you have a friend on QRZ, just ask them to add your callsign and you're done.

If you don't know anyone personally, there is a group of volunteers on the site who are eager to help you out. They are known as our DX Helpers and they have their own Forum area, called Callsign Database Helpers. To get your callsign listed, just post a message in this area by clicking on the New Thread button and give some basic information about yourself, such as your callsign, your name, your QSL address, etc., and one of our DX Helpers will get you fixed up right away.

Common Problems
  • A common problem is that some users don't register with their callsign as their user name. The system needs your username and callsign to match and unless this is the case, your callsign cannot be added to the database.
  • Another issue arises when USA Amateurs change or get a new callsign from the FCC. A USA Amateur callsign should NEVER be added by a person. The QRZ system will automatically add your new callsign within 3 days of it becoming effective on the FCC's website. This is especially important for QRZ Subscribers who risk losing their subscription if they don't wait for the system do do the update. The system will update your username to your new callsign and transfer your bio and other information automatically. Your login password will remain the same. Be patient, it will work.
  • Sometimes, when all else fails, a QRZ Administrator is always available to help you. To reach the admins, just go to the special web page for the QRZ Support Center and chose from one of the common support options, or give them a detailed message. You'll be up and running in no time.

Above all, Welcome to QRZ!. This site is run by amateurs, for amateurs, and we want nothing more than to provide you with the best ham radio site on the planet!

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