Every week there are several radio nets where amateur radio operators can hone their skills and enjoy the camaraderie of their fellow hams.
Our Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nets are open to all amateur radio operators. Join us for an hour of interesting talk about everything under the sun and the opportunity to get to know other hams.
If you’re interested in Morse Code, a slow-speed CW net operates daily at 7:00 pm Pacific Standard Time on the frequency of 3.540 MHz.
Looking for the Western Washington Medical Services Team? Visit their website at http://www.ww7mst.org/ for more information.
|Sunday||7:30 pm||146.720 MHz, negative offset, PL tone 103.5 Hz||Chat net, everyone welcome||This informal chat net is called our weekly ragchew net|
|Tuesday||7:30 to 8:30 pm||28.450 MHz upper side band||Chat net, everyone welcome||Active September to June, may be active at times during summer months|
|Wednesday||7:30 to 8:30 pm||146.720 MHz, negative offset, PL tone 103.5 Hz||Chat net, everyone welcome||The club’s weekly gabfest net|
|Thursday||7:30 pm||3.810 lower side band, but check around that frequency if it is busy||Chat net, everyone welcome||This is an informal net with a wider reach than that of our local repeater|
|Friday||No scheduled net|
|Saturday||No scheduled net|
If you need help configuring your radio to work with these repeater frequencies, visit HamUniverse or contact any club member.