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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

VIA IRLP OR ECHOLINK

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

Local HF NETS

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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2 Comments

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