Nets and Netcontrol Scripts
- Monday night
- New procedure starting in February 2013: The SARES weekly check-in
net will begin at 1930 local time on the 2m Sunnyvale Repeater, K6GL/R
145.170- 94.8 Hz PL (SARES chan-1), collecting check-ins via roll
call. Here is the current version of the
SARES Monday night script (PDF).
At 2000 local time we move to the SPECSNET on the SPECS repeater(s).
The SPECS net control will use the
SPECSNET script (PDF). When the Sunnyvale city net is announced
during the main net at approximately 2010 local time you may move back
to the Sunnyvale repeater, we will collect the remaining check-ins who
missed the earlier roll call and conduct other SARES business there. If
you are unable to reach the SARES net on the Sunnyvale repeater, please
check in with the main net on the SPECS repeater.
Note: all channel designators shown follow the updated SARES Channelized
Frequency List version 7-3f.
- Monday frequency rotation schedule
- We are using a rotation
schedule that exercises 2m and 70cm simplex frequencies in addition to
the regular 2m repater checkins on the Monday evening nets at discretion
of the net control station. On all Mondays, during the main SPECS net
at approximately 2010 local time we will take regular checkins on the
2m Sunnyvale Repeater, K6GL/R 145.170- 94.8 Hz PL (SARES chan-1).
- Tuesday night
- Starting June 2nd, 2009 SARES will no longer do a Tuesday night net.
The main SVECS net starts at 2000 local time, using the SVECS net script (PDF).
The SARES weekly check-in count from the preceding Monday night will
be carried over and reported to the SVECS net. If you missed the weekly
Monday net and want to check in on Tuesday, you need to do so as "late
checkins for Sunnyvale" which will be called on the main SVECS net right
after the Sunnyvale representative has reported in.
- NTS net (currently not active)
(info provided by Pink Foster, K7ILA, former STM, ex-KG6ILA)
The ARRL Santa Clara Valley Section has an NTS Traffic Net at 2100
local time Tuesdays and Thursdays on the LPRC linked repeater system
(courtesy of the Loma Pioneer Repeater
Club): WR6ABD -146.640 (162.2PL), +442.900 (normally members only,
but available during the net; no PL) and -1285.200 (162.2PL). This net is
part of the National Traffic System (NTS). We are in need of more traffic
handlers, especially packet folks. Training gladly given. The American
Radio Relay League (ARRL) began in 1915 with NTS as the formal traffic
handling system. It remains the standard today for emergency traffic
handling throughout the US. For more information please visit our SCV NTS Yahoo group
or contact Andreas Ott, K6OTT, ADEC Santa Clara County/AEC Sunnyvale
and Official Relay Station for the Santa Clara Valley Section.
$Date: 2020-08-20 22:52:11+00 $, document $Revision: 2.20 $.
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