First off, want VHF’ers to know that the 144.240 Wed. net from WI is *OFF* this Wed. WB9LYH will be away, and N9OLT and myself both have rotors that aren’t working. So no net on 144.240 this Wed. I’m sure we’ll be back ON for Feb. 12th. I’ll announce more here when I know it.
Last Wed., N9OLT filled in for WB9LYH and John’s rotor quit shortly into the net. He had two check-ins before he had to shut down early. They were N8WNA EN82 and WB0DGF EN63. Thanks guys for saying hello and apologies to anyone else who was listening on other points of the compass.
On last Monday, K8TQK had 19 check-ins to his 144.252 net, called from EM89je, (south-central OH) at 8:30pm eastern. They were: N8AIA and N8WNA EN82; W2UAD FN13; KB3TNZ FN10; W4LES, W4ZST, WA4NJP, W4IMD and W4VAS EM84; KA1ZE FN01; AC3L/M FN00; KC8QDQ, WA8KIW, W8PU and KB8GUE EM89; W8SOL EN71; KI4ROF EM55; K9LQA EM68 and W8BYA EN70. Nice turnout; good job everyone.
AGAIN, the 144.240 Wed. net from WI is OFF for Feb. 5th. I will advise here when I know who will be net control on Feb. 12th. My guess is WB9LYH in EN54 will be on, as usual.
I will have a 2nd post shortly, about the MRAC annual FM Simplex Contest, which will be on Feb. 9th.