Benicia Amateur Radio Club

Nets

This is a great time to try a Net

Ross, W6RSS & Michael, W06Y cordially invite you to two BARC Social Distancing Nets. They are on our Primary Repeater – 442.750 MHz (PL 100 HZ)+, at 10:30 am, And again at night at 7:30 pm.

BARC has a weekly Net at 7:30 PM local time every Monday evening generally on the Primary repeater (442.750, PL:100). The net shifts to the Secondary repeater (441.250, PL:100) on the last Monday of the month.

JB, NR5NN (A BARC Member has ” Very Informal and Loosely Facilitated NR5NN social nets, all welcome; 40 meter Social Net, Monday Night at 2000 PDT 7,282 LSB and the “Get On The Air Monday Night “Band Tour” . ( Updates frequency and band and being done at https://beniciaarc.groups.io/g/HF/topics)

MDARC Affiliated Voice Nets:

Daily, Mondays thru Fridays:

05:42AM: 5:42 Morning Muster

2 meters, 220 MHz and 440 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL); Linked to 224.780/441.325 /+ (100PL) Net Control is Trevor Hall, WA6JAU.

06:10AM: 6:10 Net

2 meters, 220 MHz and 440 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL); Linked to 224.780/441.325 /+ (100PL) Net Control is Harry Styron, K6HS.

Sundays:

6:00PM: LDS Collaborative Net

 2 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL)

6:30PM: Danville Emergency Communications Net

2 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL)

Mondays:

8:00PM: SATERN Net

2 meters, 220 MHz and 440 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL); Linked to 224.780/441.325 /+ (100PL)

Wednesdays:

7:00PM: SkyWarn Net

2 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL)

Thursdays:

7:30 PM: MDARC Club Net

2 meters, 220 MHz and 440 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL); Linked to 224.780/441.325 /+ (100PL)

ATV Nets

Sundays

9:00 AM: Bathrobe ATV Net

Tuesdays

6:00 PM: Technical Round Table Net

Questions asked & answered on all things ham-related.

Thursdays

8:00 PM: General ATV Net

All ATV nets are on the following frequencies:

Voice: 2 meters, 220 MHz and 440 meters: 147.060 /+ (100PL); Linked to 224.780/441.325 /+ (100PL)

ATV Input:   1292.50 MHZ Digital

  1270 MHz FM

ATV Output: 1244.5 MHz Digital

And listed by MDARC more Nets! All listed are Voice Nets, unless otherwise stated. All times are Pacific Time. MDARC.org

Daily:

12:00 PM: Noon Time Net

     40 meters: 7.2685 MHz LSB & 80 meters: 3970 KHz LSB

6:00PM: California Traffic Net

     80 meters: 3.906 MHz, LSB; (see http://www.califtrafficnet.com/)

6:45PM: Alamo Emergency Communications Net

     147.570 MHz Simplex

7:30PM: Western Public Service System Net

     80 meters: 3.952 MHz, LSB (see http://www.3952khz.net/)

7:30PM: Northern Calif. Net VHF Session

     WA6HAM, 145.410 MHz, – Split, PL = 107.2 Hz

Monday thru Friday:

7:10AM: Over the Hill Gang Breakfast/Commute Net

     WA6KQB, 145.110 MHz, – Split, PL = 82.5 Hz

8:00 AM: RV Radio Network

     40 Meters: 7.2685 MHz LSB

8:30AM: California Rescue Net (Gordon West Net)

     40 meters: 7250 KHz LSB (see http://crc40.org/index.html)

9:00AM: 9 a.m. Talk Net

     N6NFI, 145.230 MHz, – Split, PL = 100 Hz

10:00AM: Ladies of the Net

     40 meters: 7245 KHz LSB (Search Facebook for “Ladies of The Net” or contact AA6MW(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)BeniciaARC.com or look up KM6CIR on QRZ.com )

Sunday:

9:00AM: Hornet Amateur Radio Club (HARC) HF Net

     40 meters: 7.215 MHz LSB

1:00PM: California American Legion Amateur Radio Service (CALARS) HF Net

     40 Meters: 7.278 MHz LSB  (see http://www.alcapost318.org/index.php?id=90)

1:30PM: California American Legion Amateur Radio Service (CALARS) Echolink Net

     Echolink Conference Server *FMCA-ARC*   (see http://www.alcapost318.org/index.php?id=90)

6:00PM: American Red Cross Communicators Net

     WW6BAY, 443.975 MHz, + Split, PL = 100

6:35PM: Disaster Communicators Forum

     WW6BAY, 443.975 MHz, + Split, PL = 100

9:00PM: Antioch LDS Net

     146.415 MHz Simplex

9:00PM: Saratoga Amateur Radio Association Net

     K6SA/R: 146.655 MHz, – Split, PL = 114.8 Hz (see http://www.k6sa.net/)

Monday:

11:00AM: Reno QRP Group

     40 Meters: 7.045 MHz LSB (Email: nu7t(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)arrl.net)

6:30PM: Reno QRP Group

     40 Meters: 7.045 MHz LSB (Email: nu7t(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)arrl.net)

7:00PM: American Red Cross of the Bay Area (ARCBA)

     147.420 MHz Simplex

7:00PM: Hornet Amateur Radio Club (HARC)

     WB6NDJ; 146.880 MHz, – split, PL = 77 Hz (see http://www.hornet-arc.us/)

7:00PM: Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK) Net 

     AD6KV; 147.120, + Split, PL = 100 (see http://www.livermoreark.org/nets/nets.html)

7:30PM: East Bay Amateur Radio Club (EBARC)“Explore Net” (HF)

     10 meters: 28.425 MHz, USB

7:30PM: Hayward Amateur Radio Club / ARES Net

     K6EAJ: 145.130 MHz, + Split, PL = 127.3 Hz (see http://www.qsl.net/k6eag/index2.html)

7:30PM: SBARA Chat

     WA6PWW: 147.015 MHz, + Split, PL = 103.5 Hz (see http://www.sbara.org/)

7:35PM: Contra Costa Repeater Association (CCRA) Net

     WA6HAM: 145.490 MHz, 147.735 MHz, 145.410 MHz (Linked); – Split, PL = 107.2 Hz

     (see http://ccra.us/)

8:00PM: California Emergency Services Net (CESN)

     80 meters: 3992, 3960, or 1987 KHz LSB  (see http://www.acscalifornia.org/nets.html)

9:00PM: Cathay Amateur Radio Club

     W6BUR: 146.670 MHz, + Split, PL = 85.4 Hz (see http://cathayradio.org/)

9:00PM: Santa Clara Valley Repeater Society

     WB6OQS: 146.76 MHz, – Split, PL = 151.4 Hz (see http://www.scvrs.org/)

Tuesday:

7:00PM: SBARA Youth Net

     N6NFI, 145.230 MHz, – Split, PL = 100 Hz

      (Parents with amateur licenses are encouraged to act as a control operator for interested kids. 

          Echolink node W6REK-R (828105) is available for those out of range of the repeater. See sbara.org for more info.)

7:30PM: Fat City CW Net

     10 Meters: 28.420, USB Voice, then CW.

7:30PM: Kid’s Net

     WA6TEM: 147.855 MHz; – Split, PL = 100Hz

7:30PM: QRM Net

     WA6KQB: 224.300 MHz, – Split, PL = 82.5 Hz

7:30PM: South Bay Amateur Radio Club /Tri-City ARES Net

     WA6PWW: 147.015 MHz, + Split, PL = none (see http://www.sbara.org/)

8:20PM: 10 Meter Digital Net

     10 meters: 2820 KHz, LSB

       (follows Contra Costa Digital Practice Net, as needed. See Nets on MDARC Systems page.)

8:40PM: 80 Meter Digital Net

     80 meters: 3593 KHz, LSB

       (follows Contra Costa Digital Practice Net, as needed. See Nets on MDARC Systems page.)

Wednesday:

8:30AM: Rossmoor Ham Net

     146.430 MHz Simplex; No PL

10:00AM: California Emergency Services Net (CESN)

     40 Meters: 7230 KHz LSB  (see http://www.acscalifornia.org/nets.html)

6:45PM: Contra Costa Red Cross Net

     WA6HAM; 145.490 MHz, 147.735 MHz, 145.410 MHz; – Split, PL = 107.2

6:45PM: West Contra Costa County- ARES/RACES Net

     WD6EZC; 145.110 MHz, – Split, PL = 82.5

6:50PM: Walnut Creek CERT Net

     KK6BSN; 443.825 MHz, + Split, PL = 167.9 (uplink & downlink)

     (see https://sites.google.com/site/wccerthams/home)

7:00PM: Hayward Amateur Radio Club

     K6EAG; 145.130 MHz, – Split, PL = 127.3 (see http://www.qsl.net/k6eag/index2.html)

7:30PM: Rossmoor Net

     147.540 MHz Simplex, PL = 100 Hz

7:30PM: LARK Windfarms / 10-10 Net

     10 meters: 28.485± MHz; LSB

7:30PM: Lamorinda Area Radio Interest Group (LARIG)

     WA6HAM; 145.490 MHz; – Split, PL = 107.2; then move to:

     K6ORI; 442.975, 440.550, 440.975 (Linked); + Split, PL = 123 Hz for all; end net on:

     Lafayette-146.565 (simplex), Moraga-147.585 (simplex), Orinda-147.540 (simplex)

8:00PM: American Red Cross of the Bay Area (ARCBA)

     WW6BAY, 443.975 MHz, + Split, PL = 100 Hz

8:00PM: Concord Amateur (Auxiliary) Radio Emergency Service (CARES)

     147.405 MHz Simplex, PL = 127.3 Hz

8:00PM: SABRA Wednesday Night Roundtable

     10 meters: 28.412.00 MHz USB (see http://www.sbara.org/)

8:00PM: Military Radio Collectors Net

     75 Meters: 3.9960 MHz USB (see http://www.mrca.ar88.net/Nets/default.html)

Thursday:

9:00AM: Rossmoor ARES net

     146.430 MHz Simplex

6:35PM: Contra Costa HF Emergency Communications Net

     80 meters: 3893 KHz +/- 5 KHz LSB (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)

6:40PM: Walnut Creek CERT

     146.460 MHz Simplex (see https://sites.google.com/site/wccerthams/home)

6:45PM: West Contra Costa County EMCOMM Net

     WA6KQB; 145.110 MHz, – Split, PL= 82.5 Hz (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)

7:00PM: Amateur Radio Club of Alameda / ARES Net

     K6QLF; 444.600 MHz, – Split, PL = 88.5 Hz (see http://www.arcaham.org/)

7:00PM: Delta Amateur Radio Club Net

     146.535 MHz Simplex (see http://www.darc.club/)

7:00PM: South Contra Costa County EMCOMM Net

     K6SRM; 146.355 MHz, + Split, PL = 100 Hz

7:00PM: Central Contra Costa County EMCOMM Net

     145.680 MHz Simplex (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)

7:00PM: KARO/ECHO ARES/RACES Net

     146.415 MHz Simplex

7:00PM: Northern California DMR Net

     NorCal Talk Group 3107700

     (see http://norcal-brandmeister.org/)

7:15PM: Northern Alameda County (NALCO) ARES/RACES

     N6BRK; 440.900 MHz, + Split, PL = 131.8 Hz

7:20PM: Contra Costa County-Wide EMCOMM Net

     WA6HAM; 145.490 MHz, 147.735 MHz, 145.410 MHz (Linked); – Split, PL = 107.2

     (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)

7:30PM: Contra Costa Communications Club Net

     WA6KQB; 145.110 MHz, – Split, PL= 82.5 Hz (see http://www.wa6kqb.org/)

7:30PM: Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK) Tech Net 

     AD6KV; 147.120, + Split, PL = 100 (see http://www.livermoreark.org/nets/nets.html)

7:30PM: Oakland ARES Emergency Communications Net

     WB6NDJ; 146.880 MHz; – Split, PL = 77 Hz

7:30PM: San Francisco ACS Net

     WA6GG: 442.050 MHz, + Split, PL = 127.3 Hz

7:30PM: Millbrae Amateur Radio Club (MARC)

     146.490 simplex, no PL  (except the first Thursday, when meetings are held)

8:00PM: Contra Costa Communications Club Tech Net

     WA6KQB; 145.110 MHz, – Split, PL= 82.5 Hz (see http://www.wa6kqb.org/)

8:00PM: Foothills Amateur Radio Society Net

     N6HFI: 145.230 MHz; – Split, PL = 100Hz Hz (see http://www.fars.k6ya.org/)

8:00PM: Sidewinders on Two (SWOT)

     144.250 MHz Simplex (see http://swotrc.net/TheSWOTRCHP.aspx)

Friday:

8:30AM: Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK) HF Net

     40 Meters: 7.2630± MHz, LSB (see http://www.livermoreark.org/nets/nets.html)

8:00PM: California/Nevada DMR Roundtable

     California DMR talk group, no. 3107

9:00PM: Mad Scientists Amateur Radio Club Net

     N6MPX; 147.330 MHz, – Split, PL = 100 Hz (see http://msarc.net/)

Saturday:

9:00AM: CS245 Net

     WA6HAM; 145.490 MHz, 147.735 MHz, 145.410 MHz (Linked); – Split, PL = 107.2

     (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)

9:00AM: Worldwide DMR BrandMeister Net

     BrandMeister Talk Group 91, Time Slot 1

9:00AM: Military Radio Collectors Net

     75 Meters: 3.9850 MHz AM (see http://www.mrca.ar88.net/Nets/default.html)

Monthly:

First Thursday, 8:00PM: RACES HF

80 meters: 3.890 MHz, LSB (see http://www.cocoacs.org/meetings/weekly-nets/)