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Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by KC4LNX, Apr 15, 2011.

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  1. KC4LNX

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    Just put up a Mosley 5 bander with the 40 meter add on kit so i now have 40 meter capibility for the first time. Are there any open nets? any regional or local nets? ( im in middle georgia ).what time/frequences? Thanks, Joe b
  2. ND6M

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  3. WB2WIK

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    There are certainly nets, but what's the attraction?

    I try to stay as far away from nets as I can get.
  4. W9GB

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  5. K9ASE

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  6. KA0GKT

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    The Macon GA area is hardly midwest, I guess I'd try ECARS on 7225 kHz at 10:00 Eastern. One possibility for a less formal net would be the Kadiddlehoppers on 7253.5 kHz.
  7. WA4OTD

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    Depends on the time of day you want to get on also. I listen to 40M SSB going to work and there are a lot of nets on in the morning. In the evening I don't notice any but I'm sure they are there.
  8. KB3CVO

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  9. K8JD

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    There are QRS nets between 7100 and 7125. SKCC on 7055 and FISTS on 7058.
    Lot of DX at night if you can go below 7025.
  10. WA4FNG

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    If I had that antenna I wouldn't be worrying with nets, I'd be chasing DX ;-)
    73, Milt
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