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IRLP-Echolink and HF Nets of Interest to ARES

Posted by K6GRL Linda on June 20, 2015 at 7:40 PM

Here are weekly nets that can be heard via IRLP or Echolink, and you may hear them on the K6BJ repeater, 146.790 -Pl94.8


When linked, you may hear these nets on the K6BJ repeater, 146.780 MHz Pl -94.8

The Skywarn/ Hurricane net at 5:00 pm PST (0000z) every Saturday, can be heard via IRLP 9219 or Echolink node 7203, followed by

The REACT net every Saturday at 6:00 pm PST, can be heard on the Western Reflector Channel 7, IRLP 9257 or Echolink node 336037.

The RED Cross net at 6:00 pm PST on Sundays, can be heard via IRLP 9257 or Echolink node 336037, immediately followed (w/in min) by

The Disaster Communicator’s net, also via IRLP 9257 or Echolink node 336037

Here are weekly HF nets that are held by local groups in Saratoga, Cupertino, and Santa Cruz


80 m net, sponsored by SARA (Saratoga Amateur Radio Association), every Saturday at 7:45 am PST on 3878 MHz

80 m net, NCS Darryl KI6LDM – Cupertino, every Tuesday at 8:30 pm, on 3878 MHz

10 m net, sponsored by the Santa Cruz Amateur Radio Club, every Monday at 7:00 pm on 28,308 MHz

Should we begin an HF net in Monterey?

Linda, K6GRL


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Reply Cap ke6afe
1:15 AM on June 22, 2015 
K6BJ is 146.790-
Also, W6WLS IRLP was restored today, 147.180+ (above Santa Cruz)
Reply Jim Tripp / WA6DIJ
12:37 AM on June 21, 2015 
Thanks for the info Linda....very useful information indeed.

I just discovered that we need to be logged in to be able to respond to a blog but we can read the blog without signing in.

Jim Tripp