Wed. 144.240 and Mon. 144.252 Net Reports

7:45am Monday

A few announcements first:
WB9LYH will be *ON* with the 144.240 net this Wed., Dec. 18th, at the usual start time of 8pm central/9pm eastern.
Look toward EN54cl, Central WI, near Wisconsin Rapids.  All licensed amateurs are welcome.  The net is informal, and the purpose is to stir up more activity on 2m SSB.  Another goal is to push the propagation limits.  WB9LYH loves DX check-ins, so spread the word in a multi-state area.   Antenna pattern is always first NE, then E, SE, S, SW, W, NW and N.

The 144.240 Wed. net will be *OFF* on Dec. 25th and Jan 1st.   Merry Christmas, Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year to everyone.

On to the actual net reports from last week.

WB9LYH’s net on Wed., Dec. 11th was the quietest one in years.  Mark’s 5 check-ins were:    K8RS EN72;  K9CCL EN61;  WA9BNZ EN40;  AC0RA EN41 and K0SIX EN35.

On, Mon., Dec. 9th, the 144.252 net called by K8TQK had a great turnout.  Bob’s 26 check-ins included:  N8WNA and N8AIA EN82;  VE3CRU FN03;  KD8JQ and N8HMG EN91;  VA3HD FN14;  N8XQM EN80;  W2UAD FN13;  WD8CHR EN90;  WT8E, KB8GUE, and W8PU EM89;  AC3L/M FN00;  W4LES, WA4NJP, W4VAS and W4IMD EM84;  WB4IXU EM86;  N4TLL and KY4MRG EM87;  N4PPG EM76;  KB9RDS and WB8ART EM79;  KA2KQM EM74;  KI4ROF EM55 and WA4REE EM65.

K8TQK calls the 144.252 net from EM89je, south-central OH, every Monday at 8:30pm eastern.  Bob’s antenna pattern is N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W and NW.

If you want listings of nets and activity periods on bands like 144, 50, 222 and 432 MHz, for all 7 nights of the week, they’re all listed at posts dated Oct. 13th, 15th and 17th, at  Get this info to hams everywhere, so they will know where and when the activity is.

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