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If you are sitting in the ham shack thinking to yourself...

"I need more nets in my life!"

This post is for you.

The Breezeshooters have published a very comprehensive list of local nets.

Give it a look, you may find something that interests you.

Thanks to N3OJP for bringing this to my attention.

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December 3, 2022 from 0000z to 2400z

Registration and additional information available at the link below


December 3, 2022 from 0000z to 2400z

Skwarn™ Recognition Day serves to celebrate the contributions to public safety made by amateur radio operators Skywarn™ Spotters during threatening weather.

  • ​​Amateur stations to exchange QSO information with as many National Weather Service Stations as possible on 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 6, and 2 meter bands plus the 70 centimeter band. Contacts via repeaters are permitted.

  • Non-Amateur Radio Spotters to exchange weather information as often as possible via Social Media with NWS Offices. ​

Date NWS stations may operate at any time during December 3, 2022 from 0000 - 2400 UTC. Exchange: Call sign, signal report, QTH, and a one or two word description of the weather occurring at your site ("sunny", "partly cloudy", "windy", etc.). Modes: NWS stations will work various modes including SSB, FM, AM, RTTY, CW, and PSK31. While working digital modes, special event stations will append "NWS" to their call sign (e.g., N0A/NWS). NWS offices may also participate via Social Media platforms throughout the 24 hour period.

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