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ARES/RACES Net

The Net is held weekly on Monday night on the N6ICW and K6IS repeater systems.  The two systems are linked during the net.

Time: 7:00 PM

Frequency:

N6ICW: 147.195 MHz (+) pl 123.0

K6IS: 145.190 MHz (-) pl 162.2

 

Calendar Agenda

Event's listed with '+' before are looking for more radio operators. If you have an event to list with us, send an email to [email protected].

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