Monday Night Information Net
The Information Net is
held each Monday at 8:00pm on 147.135+ and 443.425+. Information
of interest to the Amateur Radio Community is provided.
If you would like to run a Net, we would gladly welcome you to the Net Control
position. Nets can be run from your home, HT, mobile or
from the Club Station. If you want to run the Net from the
Club Station, contact Bob Coxsey, KM5GZ prior to the Net. If you are going to run the
Net from a home, HT or mobile station, please make sure your equipment
is functional and has enough power to reach the repeater reliably.
The following are downloadable documents for the Net:
Net ScriptMS WordPDF
Net LogMS WordPDF
Route 66 10-10 HF Net
The Route 66 10-10 HF Net is an informal 10-10 Net conducted each Monday evening
on 28.390, following the 2 meter Information net, approximately
Get your kicks on 10 meters.
Siren Test Net
On the first Saturday of each month, EARS monitors the tornado sirens in the City of Edmond. This ensures that the Outdoor Warning Devices in the city work properly in the event of a tornado. The siren test is a great way to use amateur radio to give back to the community.
If you would like to volunteer for the siren test, contact Clay, WA6LBU via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone who volunteers to help with the siren test; your help is greatly appreciated. Early check-ins to the siren test net begin at 11:00. Please be at your siren promptly at 11:45, and be ready to give a physical inspection report. Check to see that there is no damage to the pole, siren, or electrical boxes, ensure that the ground wire is still intact, and if your siren has solar panels, see that the solar equipment is still intact. You can give your physical inspection report when checking into the net.
After the siren test has been completed, we will do a roll call in the order of the siren numbers. If you have two sirens, you may give your report for both sirens when called.
Typical report is as followed:
Stationary siren report: Siren 128, good sound, both tests. (your callsign)
Revolving siren report: Siren 142, good sound, good rotation, both tests. (your callsign)
If there is a problem with the siren, please give a description, for example: No rotation on second test.
If there is a serious problem with the siren that requires an emergency response, notify Net Control immediately!
Please join us for lunch at Johnnie's on 33rd after the test.
If the test is cancelled due to weather concerns, a QST will be given on the repeater.
Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
CW OLN 13-15 WPM
OKLAHOMA LIAISON NET
OKLAHOMA SECTION NET
AFFILIATED ARRL NATIONAL TRAFFIC NET
MEETS--MONDAY THRU FRIDAY--FREQUENCY 3.5925 MHz AT 6:30 PM
PURPOSE: OKLAHOMA SECTION CW TRAFFIC NET
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Local Nets in Central Oklahoma
K5DLE Gene Nailon Memorial Net - Every Tuesday @ 7:00 PM 146.790- PL 100Hz
W5HXL Bob Ashby Memorial Net - Every Thursday @ 7:00 PM 146.790- PL 100Hz
Oklahoma City Autopatch Assoc. - Thursdays @ 7:30PM 146.82Mhz- PL 151.4Hz
Aeronautical Center ARC MORI TECH NET - 2nd - 5th Thursdays @ 8:30 PM 146.925- PL 141.3Hz
Mid-Del ARC W5MWC - Saturday Night Live! @ 8:00PM 444.0+ PL 151.4Hz
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