WB9LYH Calls 144.240 Wed. Net @8pm Tomorrow Night

7am Tuesday

WB9LYH would like everyone to know that he will be back calling the 144.240 long-range net from WI on Wed. nights.
His schedule looks good for the rest of October and into November.  WB9LYH’s QTH is EN54cl, central WI, near WI Rapids.   Mark’s antenna pattern is to start out looking NE, then E, SE, S, SW, W, NW and N over the next hour or so.
The 144.240 net start time remains at 8pm central until November 6th.

Effective November 6th, the 144.240 Wed. net from WI will change to winter hours.  This will mean a 7pm central/8pm eastern start time until at least next April.  Please help spread the word. 

***EDIT, EDIT  July 12, 2015.  Doing some housekeeping to old posts like these and everyone needs to know that since 2014, the 144.240 Wed. net called by WB9LYH in EN54cl, Central WI now STARTS AT 8PM CENTRAL ALL 52 WEEKS OF THE YEAR.  This is a permanent change***

This only pertains to the 144.240 long-range net from WI on Wed. nights.

The 144.240 Long-Range (SSB mode) net from WI is the only Wed.  activity I’m aware of within a few hundred miles.   All licensed amateurs are welcome.  The net is informal and the purpose is to promote activity on the SSB side of 2m.  As always, please help spread this info to interested hams everywhere.  KC9BQA.com exists to show hams where and when you can find activity on the “weak-signal” (or SSB/CW mode, for superior range) portions of bands like 50, 144, 222 and 432 MHz.

Sometime tomorrow night or early Thursday, I will make another post about your options on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.  Everyone in the Midwest should know about N9JBW’s long-running, active and friendly Q5 net out of EN61, south side of Chicago.  It’s on 144.220 every Thursday at 7pm central.

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