Last Week’s 144.240 and 144.252 Net Reports

9:45am Tuesday

Sorry that I didn’t post these sooner.

Last Wed., WB9LYH in EN54cl (central WI, near WI Rapids) had 11 check-ins to the 144.240 net, which is called at 8pm central/9pm eastern every Wed.  Mark reported decent propagation, but storms to the south and not many guys on.  His list — N9JBW, K9ILU and KD9BGY EN61;  N9NDP EN62;  KC8ZJL EN71;  WJ8L EN72;  N9RXM and KC9OVD EN41;  WA9BNZ, W9BBP and KC9WOI EN40.

WB9LYH expects to be on both this Wed. and next Wed. at the usual time.  All licensed amateurs are welcome, the net is informal and the purpose is to increase activity on 2m SSB.  WB9LYH has a big signal  from a great QTH and he loves pushing the propagation limits.  DX is always welcome to give it a try.  Please help us spread the word in a very wide circle extending hundreds of miles from WI.   Mark’s antenna pattern from EN54cl is NE at first, then E, SE, S, SW, W, NW and N over the next 45-60 minutes.  Eastern time zone is always targeted first.

On Mon., June 8th, K8TQK in EM89je (south-central OH, near Chillicothe) had 13 check-ins to his 144.252 net, which is called at 8:30pm eastern every Monday.  Parts of Bob’s territory also must have been affected by storms on June 8th.  His list — N8WNA EN82;  W9BN and WA4NJP EM84;  K3WHC FM10;  W3IP FM19;  WA9M, KB9RDS, N8XA and WB8ART EM79;  WB7PMP EM88;  KC8ZJL EN71;  KD8JQ EN91 and VE3ZV EN92.
Like WB9LYH, K8TQK has a big signal from a hilltop.  All licensed amateurs are welcome to this friendly and informal net.  Bob’s antenna pattern from EM89je is N first, then NE, E, SE, S, SW, W and NW over the next 45-60 minutes.

K8TQK has a live audio stream of his station.  I have no idea how these things work, I’m just the messenger.  Go to this post for instructions on how to listen along when K8TQK is on the air.

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