QRZCQ Launches Premium Version of Their Callsign Database

Daniel DO7FOX and Gregor DO5SSB have released a premium version of their QRZCQ callsign database. Attached below is the press release they sent.

If you’ve tried it out, I’d like to hear your thoughts. Will you be switching to it or are you happy with what you have now?

QRZCQ - The database for radio hams - BETA

We are happy to tell you, that the QRZCQ Premium is now available!

Supporting our work and effortNOYES
Unlimited own callsignsYESYES
Add unlimited amount of your additional callsigns, for example portable, mobile, maritim mobile, qrp, foreign countries, dxpedition, etc.
Managed callsignsYESYES
Manage club callsigns or those of your friends, dxpeditions, clubs, etc.
Incredible DX Cluster, with advanced filtering and telnet access
Email [callsign]@qrzcq.comYESYES
Standard useYESYES
Full featured online logNOYES
Our awesome full featured online log, click here for more info and here for a tour. You have never seen an online log like this one!
XML API access for automated lookup, curently we are supported by
UcxLog, Winlog32, Logger32 and MacLoggerDX, more pending
Visitors counterNOYES
Permanent visitor flag counters down on your page, grouped by country
Sell on SwapmeetNOYES
Sell your stuff on the swapmeet, VERIFIED status additionally required
DX notificationsNOYES
Email notifications when new ones are on air, accesible from the online log
More images on your pageNOYES
Additional 12 images on your page
Write articles on pageNOYES
Write news on pageNOYES
More extended searchNOYES
Search the entire database and all archives
Manage dates in calendarNOYES
Create events, hamfests, contests etc. in calendar
Add videos with descriptionNOYES
Extended propagationNOYES
Extended useNOYES

There is already a widely compatible XML API. This XML API serves for the purpose of looking up call data for logbook programs. We’d like to invite all developers to implement the API in their code. The technical documentation is available at the XML API documentation page. If you have any futher quesions contact us at [email protected].

Some sizes and numbers of the site:

– Calls in database: 3.037.674
– Page views: 30.153.394
– Call views: 18.161.873
– Logbook QSOs: 27.899.334
– All time QSOs processed: 293.502.458
– Monthly visits: 1.400.000
– Video views: 240.834
– Users with picture: 21.748
– DX-Cluster spots via web interface: 151.324
– Max users on DX-Cluster via web interface: 176
– XML lookups: 404.215
– DX-Cluster spots in database: 12.613.267

We are about 75.600 users now and still growing fast! There is no advertising, no blink blink, no junk. Only ham radio put in a nutshell. A big THANK YOU to everyone who made our progress possible! Without your support, trust and goodwill throughout the years, QRZCQ would not be the same.

Visit us at QRZCQ.com, we look forward to see you there!

73 de Gregor, DO5SSB and Daniel, DO7FOX

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “QRZCQ Launches Premium Version of Their Callsign Database”

  • DO7FOX:

    Hello to everybody out there!

    We are not just exclusively a callsign database !!! There is much more to discover I wish a good time to QRZCQ.com 🙂

    73y Daniel

  • ali aktaş (TA4RC):

    Hello everyone! I have a problem with my qrzcq.com page. Some items was missing. Anyone else help me? sincerely de TA4RC Ali

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