The Club operates four weekly nets.
On Monday nights:
The ARES Net begins at 20:00 on a local simplex frequency of 147.57 MHz.
The net control station rotates each week. The Net manager is Don Thompson, KG7UAE.
The General Club Net begins at the end of the ARES net (approximately
20:10) on the club's 2 Meter repeater (see frequency info below).
Net control varies. Visitors are welcome! Information on club activities past & future,
news and upcoming
DX opportunities are discussed. The club's weekly Swap N Shop listings are read. A summary of the
net is distributed via email to those who sign up (send request to [email protected]).
On Wednesday nights:
None at this time.
On Tuesday nights:
The Region 1 EmComm Net operates on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM. Begins on the Lyman Hill
repeater 145.19 MHz, then moves to 444.5 MHz, then 53.09 MHz, then 223.86 and then to a
Red Cross frequency (restricted to Red Cross EOCs only). Then back to Lyman Hill repeater.
The purpose is to check and maintain the capabilities of the Region 1 Emergency Operations
Centers. Visitors are welcome to check in at the end of the roster on each band.
For more info, contact John, K7LVJ.
Other Non-SCARC sponsored Nets:
10 Meter CW: Monday and Wednesday mornings at 7:30 AM on 28.385 MHz.
10 Meter CW: Slow speed net at 7:00 PM on 28.350 MHz.
10 Meter SSB: Monday and Wednesday mornings at 8:00 AM on 28.385 MHz.
2 Meter SSB: Monday following the Club General Club Net on 144.150 MHz (USB).
2 Meter SSB: Wednesdays at 8:00 PM on 144.150 MHz. Contact Rob-KF7UZH for more info via email
|Columbia Basin Net (CBN)||Daily||18:00 (in winter)||3.960 MHz|
|Oregon Emergency Net (OEN)||Daily||18:00||3.980 MHz|
|3905 Century Club Net||Daily||02:00Z & 06:00Z||3.902 MHz|
|3905 Century Club Net||Daily||04:00Z & 23:30Z||7.178 MHz|
|County Hunters Net||Daily|| ||14.336 MHz|
|HHH Net||Daily||02:00Z||7.235 MHz|
|Noontime Net||Daily||16:30Z||7.2685 MHz|
|Noontime Net||Daily||18:40Z||3.970 MHz|
|WARTS Net||Daily||17:30 local time||3.975 Mhz|
|Maritime Service Net||Daily||15:00Z||14.300 MHz|
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