W7RJW “Net” working submitted by Rebecca Winters – Here are some local nets to listen to and participate in. This is one good way to learn how we communicate on the airwaves as amateur (ham) radio operators.
I spent a year just listening to a couple of these nets and how experienced operators talk to each other, before I even tried for my Technician license. It REALLY helped me a lot. I strongly recommend doing this on a regular basis. Enjoy!
Rebecca, W7RJW, is the Clallam County Amateur Radio Club President, Clallam County ARES Net Control Coordinator, a member of ARRL and NWS certified SKYWARN Weatherspotter Clallam 83
|Sunday||LDS Emergency Net||1800||146.760MHz -600 T100.0 Repeater||All hams welcome to join in|
|Monday||Elwha Emergency net||1730||146.760MHz Repeater|
|Monday||WARA Club Net||1900||146.84 MHz -600 T100.0||Westcoast Amateur Radio Assn net plus Swap and Shop|
|Tuesday||ARES Clallam County||1900||146.760 MHz Repeater||Amateur Radio Emergency Services. (Except first Tuesday of the month when Ares meets at Clallam County Courthouse)|
|Wednesday||WARA Emergency Net||1900||146.840 MHz Repeater||Repeater net at 1900 followed by Simplex Net on 146.580 MHz|
|Thursday||CCARC Club Net||1900||146.760 MHz Repeater||Clallam County Amateur Radio Club|
|Mon-Wed-Fri||Greater Victoria Disabled Ham Radio Operator Net||2000||146.840 MHz Repeater||on the WARA repeater system|
|Saturday||ditto||2100||147.320 MHz||on the Saltspring community repeater|