The groups focus is on both Technical and Social aspects while exploring the many opportunities Amateur Radio has to offer.
You can find VE3ORF 3730 Tuesday Weekly NET at 9:00 PM ET and on the repeater system VE3ORF located In beautiful downtown Ottawa. They offer 3 Digital Long Range Repeaters and a 220 MHZ Digital Repeater Gateway.
I was hoping to check-in and commend to Margaret on her fantastic job. Please convey to her on behalf of myself VE3WZW ANDRE how I felt she did a great job.
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Saturday’s @ 1700 UTC (1600 DST).
DMR-Brandmeister Worldwide Talkgroup (TG 91).
About and Purpose :
The DMR-Brandmeister Worldwide Net is held weekly Saturday on the DMR-Brandmeister network to test the connectivity and linking of repeaters world wide under stressed volumes. It is intended as a global forum for discussing news, information and developments related to Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) DMR-Brandmeister. This net is open to all ham radio operators with a DMR capable radio and can be accessed via any DMR repeaters that are connected to the DMR-Brandmeister Worldwide talk group (TB#91).
Six Shooters ARC - San Diego
Presentation August 21, 2017
Occurred June 10, 2017
Embry Riddle OpenSPOT In Near Space Post Event Discussion.
If YouTube video available will post link.
Gene Swiech WB9COY will present his high altitude balloon payload which included a DMR OpenSPOT transmitting on 439.000MHz. The payload was launched from Emery Riddle University in Prescott Arizona as part of the NASA Eclipse project. Other accepts of the payload included a 5GHz down link and an APRS GPS reporting sytem. The OpenSPOT with only 20mW of power was easily heard 30 miles down range. The openSPOT also was able to access the internet allowing hams across the country to connect to the payload. This was accomplished via the 5GHz downlink.
Time permitting Gene will also demonstrate how the OpenSPOT can be used via the AREDN broadband ham net system using a Raspberry PI server. Two OpenSPOT modules will be connected via the AREDN system and a completely off the grid contact will be made using the two OpenSPOT modules severed by the Raspberry PI.
TAC 311 1111 Group - 6 August 2017
KB3YBT - Partick, FL
W5JXN - John, AR
KE0NXU - Nick, MN
K3ACE- Norm, DE
KA1GMN - Phil, TX - Game Show Host
What are the popular talk groups?
311 - Home of the the 311 1111 "This thing of ours"
3100 - The busies talk group. Someone is on 24 X 7.
TAC 3 AKA TG 8953 - Technical QSOs
31665 - Relatively new talk group dedicated to helping
operators out with their DMR system. This talk group is also
linked to Wires-X.
Introduction to Reflectors
How to connect.
How to disconnect.
Check reflector connection status.
Reference: TG 3100 - An Alternative Access Method ( in "Files" section)
Brandmeister and ARPS
No definitive answers on this one. Those interested stated they had more investigation to do.
Phil de KA1GMN
Hytera Network "Hytera Net"
TG- 31089 TS-1
(Hytera BrandMeister Net - Every Thursday @ 19:30 hrs PT)
Host :: Ryan
Host :: Terry NX7R
QRZ.COM - www.qrz.com/db/NX7R
DMR-MARC Worldwide Net About and Purpose
Saturday’s @ 1700 UTC (1600 DST).
DMR-MARC Worldwide Talkgroup (TG 1).
The DMR-MARC Worldwide Net is held weekly Saturday on the DMR-MARC network to test the connectivity and linking of repeaters world wide under stressed volumes. It is intended as a global forum for discussing news, information and developments related to Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) DMR-MARC (Motorola Amateur Radio Club). This net is open to all ham radio operators with a DMR capable radio and can be accessed via any DMR repeaters that are connected to the DMR-MARC Worldwide talk group (TB#1).
About and Purpose
DMR Trans CANADA net
DMR-Marc network :: Talkgroup 302
Every Sunday Nights @ 9:00PM (21:00) EDT or
3:00AM (3:00) UTC = 3:00 UTC Previous Day Toronto Time
Twitter DMR NET CANADA
TinyURL was created! DMRNET
The intended purpose of the Net are as follows:
Purpose of this Net (testing connectivity of DMR Repeaters Canada and access for the operators)
- Community. Create a sense of community and to promote diversity within Canada;
- Education. Act as a catalyst for education & learning and to promote the growth of ham radio as a hobby;
- Communications. Provide an alternate means of communications in the event of an emergency or natural disaster across Canada.
Canada's BrandMeister 3026 Net
Texas Statewide Net on DMR - TG 3148 NET CHECK-IN
A DMR Brandmeister Net on the Talkgroup number 3148
Please join us. Web Check-Ins will start one hour prior to TG3148 Net starting and remain open throughout the Net.
Net officially starts at 7PM Central Daylight Time, 00:00 UTC.
All ham operators with DMR ID should use the following form to retrieve required info to check into the TG3148 Net.
Net is held every Tuesday night of the year (including holidays) and has been very popular.
Net officially starts at 7PM Central Time, 00:00 UTC. Your Net Control is Russ - KB5RAB
The net takes place every Wednesday evening starting at 6 PM in the Pacific, 9 PM Eastern, 10 PM Atlantic time zones and all time zones in between. So that is 0200 UTC. (0100 UTC daylight savings).
The Cross Canada IRLP Net takes place every Wednesday morning starting at 1600 GMT (0800 PST) on node 9013. It generally lasts about an hour and starts in British Columbia and runs across the country to Nova Scotia. They welcome checkins from anywhere, not just Canada. So join in any Wednesday morning! Guy Costanzo, VA7G AC, Vancouver, BC
TransCanada Net via IRLP Node 9013 each Wednesday morning at 8am PDT. Anyone can bring up the net on your local repeater/area from all across Canada.
The Insomniac Net is held every night of the year (including holidays) and has been very popular for over 26 years. Each night there is a different net control operator. Generally, they have three or four trivia questions with 2 multiple choice answers. Roll call of the regular night owl members is called, then a special call for visitors and guests is presented.
Our website is at http://www.halling.com/Insomnia.htm
WIN System - The Dean Family
We are a Good Samaritan, weekend HF SSB and VHF amateur radio net for all mariners on the Great Lakes. We also operate each weekend day (both Saturdays and Sundays) April 1st to Oct 31st on channel 9619 at 10:30 ET. Please see our website for more information. http://www.glmmnet.org
Hosted by Shorty K6JSI and friends. Technical questions on amatuer radio and VoIP will be answered with down-to-earth easy to understand answers, as best as possible. With perhaps a little humor thrown in for good measure. A good learning experience…. especially for the newcomers.
The Technet on the Vancouver reflector 9008 with IRLP and EchoLink(VAN-IRLP, 256919) connectivity is held every Friday evening EST. The net is hosted by Reg Bagshaw, VK6BQQ/VE3BQQ who moved a few years ago from Burlington, ON to Jandakot, Western Australia. The net started out locally in Hamilton as a fairly technical net, but with the move to IRLP and Echolink has evolved into a general information net. Or as Reg likes to say when soliciting check-ins “Please come with your ICQ for the net” (Information, Comments and Questions). The net has been in continuous operation for more than 8 years and is coming up on the 500 episode.
The World Wide Friendship Net takes place daily at 10:00 AM Eastern time on IRLP reflector 9251, which is cross linked to Echolink node 479886. A normal net consists of more than 30 repeaters from all over the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Japan and Australia. The net is for all licensed radio amateurs that have access to the reflector node and to make new friends from all points of the compass. The net runs for 90 minutes (10:00AM to 11:30AM Eastern daily). www.worldwidefriendship.net
Please join us and we’ll see you daily on IRLP/Echolink nodes 9251/479886
TAC310, TG310, Sundays at 8 PM EDT
New England Wide, TG3181, DMR-MARC Mondays at 8 PM EDT
Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
Monday 8pm EST the New England Wide Talk Group 3181 on all New England, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia repeaters and for the 1st time, access from the DMR+ network, Reflector 4641 New England. Use your openSpots, DVMega and MMDVMs for access to DMR+
List of Fusion Nets Updated 12-Mar-2017
(please send updates to info at ham operator dot com)
Western reflector 9255 has been officially assigned by Kent W7AOR, as the “Arizona State” reflector channel. This channel will be utilized for coordination of Near Space helium balloon launches carrying amateur radio television and cross band FM repeaters, a planned amateur radio swap net, and for in-state emergency communications nets.
This is a weekly club net held at 8 p.m. local (Atlantic Time) on the VE1EE repeater (IRLP Node 2009). There is a designated Net Controller for each net. The purpose of opening this to a Reflector is to allow club members who are traveling abroad to participate in our weekly net. Although this is a Club net, visitors are welcome. The Net runs from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m. but sometimes shorter depending on the number of check-ins. Net Control can be referred to as VE9LC, the Club call sign. Our website is http://www.lcarc.ca
Our net is hosted by Dick K2RIW for the last 20 years on our repeater. There have been over 2000 nets on the 146.85 repeater. Past nets can be heard at www.amateurradio.tv and our local web site for the club is www.limarc.org. Dick has a long history in amateur radio as he is developer of the K2RIW kilowatt amps for 2 meters and 70cm. Dick decoded audio during the Apollo missions to the moon. We have a weekly NASA update and letters from listeners. Subjects range from simple electronics to complex antenna theory. We have been know to explain how many other things (like home appliances, auto engines, chemistry .etc) function.
Have a listen to our nets from the amateurradio site and I think you might find it enjoyable!
Net time is Eastern, Sunday 20:00 every weekend
Net runs until 23:00 but sometimes till 00:00
Net on Node 9126
The Sunday Night Wild Card Net is sponsored by the Fraser Valley Amateur Radio Emergency Services Society (FVARESS) who operates the Sumas Amateur Radio Network (SARN).The net is non-technical in nature and radio friendship oriented.
Net control is Verna, VE7NM.
The purpose of this net is to test our ARES Communications Systems. The repeater used is VE7RVA, 146.610 Mhz -600 (110.9 CTCSS). This repeater is located in the heart of the Fraser Valley,BC. www.ve7rva.ca
During the net we will link to the interior of BC via Vernon IRLP node 1055.
The Elmira Radio Club hosts a daily net that starts at 08:15 AM Eastern and last for about an hour on the IRLP/EchoLink nodes 9669/412778. The net was designed as an information net for Club Members and Club Friends. And with more and more members travelling, it was decided to add the Micro-Node Reflector to the net to allow those travellers and remote users to access the net via IRLP and Echolink. The net is available to any HAM that can access the reflecter and checkins from far and wide are encouraged. So please check us out and spend some time with us.
The Elmira Radio Club Wednesday night net takes place at 20:30 Eastern on the same reflector IRLP/EchoLink nodes 9669/412778.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Fusion NET and other Fusion updates
The purpose will be to discuss Fusion news, equipment, Wires-X, tips, etc. Check-ins are encouraged from all CNY/WNY Fusion stations.
The WN8Z 147.39 Fusion repeater in Fulton will also have access to this NET. All you Fusion folks should check it out.
The mode will be digital narrow "DN".
The net meets Thursday 7 pm Pacific Time on EchoLink *NV-GATE* Conference Node 152566 and IRLP Reflector 9258 which are linked together 24/7 to allow Echo link and IRLP nodes to communicate. These channels may be used in the event of a disaster to link communicators together. The VoIP provides another means for local response personnel to communicate.
This is a training net when weather permits. This net also can be started by stations in the effected area when weather Warnings or Watches are enacted by the National Weather Service, the National Severe Storm Lab and the National Hurricane Center. IRLP Reflector 9210 will be used to link repeaters in the affected areas and will act as net control reflector. This linking of these repeaters will give the local National Weather Service Offices around the country and the world a quick and immediate contact with amateur radio SKYWARN Spotters.
More information available at http://www.voipwx.net
It is every Wednesday evening at 8:30 PM Mountain Time on reflector 9221. The net was mainly started to encourage 220 Mhz operation here in the greater Albuquerque, New Mexico area. For the past couple of years, we have linked the net to IRLP and have been having lots of fun simply “rag chewing”, as the name implies and, hopefully getting more people on 220 locally, which we have been successful at doing! Having several other states check in has been a bonus. If anyone connects to the reflector, they will be dumping out on the 224.480 repeater in Rio Rancho, which serves the Albuquerque area. It has been very successful so far and would like to grow it even more.
This net is held every Wednesday evening at 9:00PM EST, Thursday 0100 UTC on Reflector 9611. We welcome check ins from all over the globe. Net control is VE4MGR
Active ARRL Bulletin Station since 1974 on FM Repeaters in Rochester & Wewstern New York area, Dwight K2KWK runs the Hilltop Bulletin every Tuesday night from Sodus Point. The bulletin service includes amateur radio and ARRL news, including upcoming events for the NY – PA Region. The net takes place 8 P.M. local (Eastern) time on Reflector 9055. The contact for this net is Matt, K2EAG. Our website is http://brownbuffalo.com/hilltop
Listen live: http://k2eag.no-ip.org:8000/listen.pls (full time stream)
The purpose of this net is to give Amateur Radio Operators from all over the world a venue to elaborate upon and explore their interactions and experiences with all things Paranormal. Ghosts, UFO’s, Bigfoot, Chupacabra, and anything else that can’t be explained with Natural and Scientific Methods as well as the role that Radio Technology played in Paranromal Research is explored and discussed. This net meets every Tuesday at 9:00pm Eastern on Reflector 9251 with Net Controller Dave Larcombe (KD2KVZ). Dave is Director of Atlantic County Paranormal in Southern New Jersey, and has over 25 years experience in the many fields of Paranormal Research including Parapsychology, UFOlogy, and Cryptozoology.
The CNIB runs this net weekly at 1900 Eastern on the IRLP/Echolink reflector nodes 9008/256919. It is designed to link hams with vision loss across Canada and around the world. The net also welcomes all hams interested in the activities CNIB.
A new Tuesday night net has started called “The North American Handshakers Net” every Tuesday night at 10pm Eastern time. There will be four net controllers alternating from week to week. They are Harold, K5MES (Fort Smith, AR), Matt, N9GMR (Port Orange, FL), Alexia, KE7UWU (Portland, OR) and Jodi, KE7WYK (Roy, UT).
The Saskatchewan 2-meter net is held every weekday evening at 9pm Central time.
It is for both IRLP connections and standard repeaters. There are several different net controllers and the net is held on Reflector 9300.
The Westcoast Amateur Radio Association, Node 1030, Victoria BC, has a weekly Net on Reflector 9005, Monday nights at 1900 Hrs local time.
(http://www.ve7vic.ca). Email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for info. Club information, local news, check-ins, swap and shop.
This is to announce that SATERN in Canada has it’s first established IRLP Net. The Ontario SATERN IRLP Net, which can be accessed by linking your local IRLP repeater to reflector 9032. The net will run from 21:00 – 22:00– Eastern time. Stations who may not be able to check in through IRLP, can also check into the 80 metre net 3.743 Mhz (+ or – interference), also at 2100 Eastern.
All Ontario SATERN members are encouraged to check into the net, but all SATERN members are welcome to check in, in order to assist in building SATERN in Canada.
The Amateur Radio Information Net runs on reflector 9102 via node 7534 on Monday evenings at 7 PM Central Time. I run Amateur Radio Newsline, the RAIN Report and ARRL Audio News. I take checkins and comments before I start the program, in between each program and at the end of the last program.
TIPSNET TIPSNET meets every TUESDAY at 7:00 PM local time (0000 UTC) on many linked repeaters throughout New England and New York state – local access is through the 147.505 Repeater (Input 146.505 PL 77.0). National and International connections are welcome on the *NEW-ENG* Conference Server via EchoLink. TIPSNET is also available on IRLP on the New England Reflector Node# 9123.
The Guam International Net originates out of Node 3672 from the Island of Guam on Monday’s 0900 UTC (early Monday morning in North America). Net control is by the Marianas Amateur Radio Club and everyone from around the Pacific and World is invited to join in.
The IRLP RailHam Net is an informal on-air gathering of hams who are railfans; that is, they enjoy railroads as a hobby. Whether they build model train layouts, expand their photo collections of prototype trains, or research the history of their favorite railroad, or rebuild historic locomotives, it’s a great way to discuss railroads with other hams across the U.S. and Canada via IRLP.
This forum is for those who recognize the need to share information: lessons learned, preparedness planning and disaster relief coordination. It is intended that all organizations involved in preparedness and response, including, but not limited to ARC, ARES, RACES, FEMA, Sky warn, Salvation Army, ERC, and Homeland Security will participate in the Disaster Communicators Forum (DCF) for the betterment of the whole.
The DCF Voice-over-IP (VoIP) Net meets every Sunday following the American Red Cross Communicators Net that starts at 6 PM Pacific Time. on EchoLink *DCF-ARC* Conference Node 336037 and IRLP Reflector 9257 which are linked together 24/7 to allow Echo link and IRLP nodes to communicate. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DISASTER_COMMUNICATORS_FORUM/.
The Emergency Communications Ontario Association conducts the “Ontario Provincial Communications Net” every Sunday and Thursday evenings commencing at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on linked repeater systems that cover most of Southern Ontario. We also incorporate the use of IRLP Node 9035 the “Ontario Public Service Reflector” to extend our coverage for the entire province.(With 9005 as a backup!) All stations throughout Canada and the USA are welcomed and encouraged to participate in net activities.
Full details about the net can be found online by visiting http://www.emergencycom.ca/
CASARA is the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association which are trained volunteers from all across Canada who offer their time and expertise in performing Searches in times of need. We train under many disciplines as Pilots, Navigators, Search Coordinators and Spotters and many have Amateur Radio as an addition to their avocations. The weekly net is to used to check in and exchange ideas between groups who are using new technologies such as IRLP and APRS to name a few, to trade off ideas to make the search techniques and communications between great distances that we cover more reliable. This forum is open to all interested parties and we have usual check-in’s from many of the eleven Units across Ontario and we hope that more across Canada will join us in the future.
Essex County DMR Society (DMR MARC)
Tuesday Night Net @ 9:00 pm ET
this evening on the Ontario talkgroup (3023) DMR MARC
UPDATE 3 May 2017 :: the Ontario DMR net as we held on Tuesday evenings is no more. Bill VE3ES
Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society, Inc
it must first operate as an organized network of stations.
- For many operators, they would have no Amateur Radio activity without the nets.
- Please support your local net with a check in.
- - DAILY NETS - - CQ - CQ -
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- 11.00 am - Toronto ARES Morning Net - VA3GTU 145.130- (103.5)
- - - - - - - - - on Saturday use VE3TOR 146.940- (103.5)
- - - - - - - - - on Sunday use VE3TNC 147.270+
- 5.45 pm - Toronto ARES Mobile/Base Roundtable/Monitoring
- - - - - - - - - VA3GTU 2A 145.130- (103.5) (Not run on Sundays)
- 6.30 pm - NTS Open Line Net - VE3RPT 147.060
- 7.00 pm - NTS Phone Net - 3.742 MHz.
- 8.00 pm - Toronto ARES Net â€“ See below for frequencies
- 7am-6pm - ONTARS 75 Meter Net - 3.755 MHz
as of June 13, 2015.
Full list at http://www. dstarinfo. com/nets. aspx
- Both primary reflectors with modes (and backups, if known) are noted.
For the D-Rats Ratflectors, select F)ile, P)references, R)adio, A)dd. Choose Network, enter desired name and ratflector, set port at 9000, click on S)ave. Times are U. S. Central; last minute cancellations may occur. Email changes to
Daryl Stout, WX1DER, Little Rock, Arkansas