WB9LYH Has 15 Check-Ins to the 144.240 Wed. Net

7:15am  Friday

On Wed. night, WB9LYH reported unusually good conditions to Central OH.   The 144.240 net called every Wed. at 8pm central/9pm eastern had 15 check-ins:  N8WNA and N8AIA EN82;  W8SOL EN71;  WM8I EN80;  K8CKW and KD8PA EN72;  W8YXT EN71;  N9XKH EN52;  K9CCL and KD9BGY EN61;  KA9VDU EN53;  KC9OVD EN41;  WB0SWQ EN40 and KG0SJ and WB0YNA EN22.

All licensed amateurs are welcome.  The net is informal and the goal is to increase activity on the SSB side of 2 meters.   WB9LYH’s antenna pattern from Central WI (near Stevens Point and WI Rapids) is to start out looking NE/E and SE into MI, VE-3, OH and IN.  Then to look S, SW, W, NW and N.  This can take anywhere from 40-60 minutes, depending on activity levels.

K8TQK’s rotor was frozen last week and he couldn’t call the 144.252 net from EM89je, south-central OH, which is normally at 8:30pm eastern every Monday.

**THERE ARE MANY NET OPTIONS, all 7 nights of the week, on multiple bands**
Take some time and visit posts dated Oct 13, 15 and 17th, 2013 at kc9bqa.com (use the monthly archives on the right) for details.

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