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Finding nets

Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by KE0STP, Sep 19, 2018.

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  1. KE0STP

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    What is a good source for locating net schedules?
     
  2. KS2G

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  3. N6QIC

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  4. K3UJ

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    Little more detail please.

    CW - phone - digital
    HF - VHF/UHF
    Type of net; (ARES, chat, equip swap)
     
  5. K7MH

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    Some will be more a regional thing than not. Most will be higher up in the general portion of the band to allow for more participants. Many nets on lists that you find may not be active any longer. Tune around on 40 and 20 or ask more locally to find what others in your area can hear and participate in.
     
  6. N5XJT

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    Netlogger.com lists daily nets and easy to download for free
     
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  7. N8TGQ

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    I googled amateur radio nets.
     
  8. N6MST

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  9. WB5WPA

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    160 meter weather net, 1995 kHz - I think it starts at 7:30 PM CST when DST is not in effect

    160 meter Top Band Hams net - 1900 kHz in the evenings this time of year at 8 or 8:30 PM eastern time (7:30 PM CST)

    I can work both nets on 160 from Texas even though those nets are "centered" several states away; to my north in Nebraska, Iowa for the wx net, and Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania area for the Top Band Hams net.
     

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