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FCARC Repeater Net Listings

 

Currently two weekly nets and one monthly net are held on the KB1BSS 146.985 Mhz repeater.

The weekly Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) net and the monthly Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) net are not FCARC club activities, but the FCARC makes its repeater available for these nets. The KB1BSS repeater has been determined by the State of Massachusetts and the ARRL to be the best repeater to serve the 2-Meter communications needs for ARES, RACES and Skywarn in Franklin County, MA, due to its location and coverage.

If you would like to take a turn as Net Control Station (NCS) for the ARES net, contact Chris Myers, KB1NEK, net manager, at 413-625-0344, or by e-mail, camyers_1@verizon.net.

The weekly FCARC information net, held each Thursday, is less formal and is intended to be an occasion for club members to keep in touch with each other on the air. If you would like to take a turn as Net Control Station (NCS) for the Info net, contact Al, N1AW, net manager, at 413-773-3522, or by e-mail, aswoodhull@yahoo.com

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ARES 2-Meter Net Tuesday Night at 9.00 pm on the KB1BSS repeater, 146.985 MHz
– offset with a PL 136.5

 

October 2014 November 2014 December 2014
 
Tues 7  Cathy, KB1SNA Tues 4  Chris, KB1NEK Tues 2  Belle, KB1NOG
Tues 14 Chris, KB1NEK Tues 11 Belle, KB1NOG Tues 9 Cathy, KB1SNA
Tues 21 Belle, KB1NOG Tues 18 Cathy, KB1SNA Tues 16 Chris, KB1NEK
Tues 28 Cathy, KB1SNA Tues 25 Chris, KB1NEK Tues 23 Belle, KB1NOG
  Tues 30 Cathy, KB1SNA

 

 

FCARC Informational 2-Meter Net Thursday night at 8.00 pm on the KB1BSS repeater 146.985
– offset with a PL 136.5

October 2014 November 2014 December 2014
Thur 2 Chris, KB1NEK Thur 6   Al, N1AW Thur 4 Carter, WA1TVS
Thur 9 Carter, WA1TVS Thur 13 Rich, KB1NOX Thur 11 Al, N1AW
Thur 16 Al, N1AW Thur 20 Ron, K8HSF Thur 18 Rich, KB1NOX
Thur 23 Chris, KB1NEK Thur 27 Chris, KB1NEK Thur 25 Ron, K8HSF
Thur 30 Carter, WA1TVS    

 

RACES Net First Monday of the Month at 6.45 pm on the 75m band. Look for net control station at 3.930 MHz. If that was not free, tune higher, as far as 3.955, to find place where net control could find a clear frequency.

October 2014 November 2014 December 2014
Mon 6   RACES Mon 3   RACES Mon 1   RACES

Is it your turn to be net control? Nervous about the procedure?
Click here for the Western Mass Emergency Net preamble and template.
Click here for the FCARC Information Net preamble and template.

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The Snail Net itself is not conducted on the repeater. It is a slow speed CW practice net on the 80 meter band at 8 p.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays. But a few minutes before the Snail Net begins the net control station will make an announcement on the KB1BSS 2 meter repeater, and after the conclusion of the Snail Net participants usually continue with an informal discussion on the repeater.
For general information about the Snail Net click here, and for details of the Snail Net protocol click here.

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