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Jul
29
Mon
ACS/RACES Meeting/Training @ DOC
Jul 29 @ 19:00 – 20:30
Aug
1
Thu
Weekly Net @ N6SBC/R
Aug 1 @ 19:30 – 20:00

147.315 MHz +600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode(?)) – Hollister-VHF
145.410 MHz -600 KHz 118.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – Call Mtn – Panoche
146.625 MHz –600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – South County – Pinnacles

Friday 0330 Hrs – UTC / GMT

San Benito County HF Net
Aug 1 @ 20:00 – 20:30

HF net at 2000 Hours PDT this Thursday 6/6.

At 2000 hours, we’ll try to meet on 40 Meters at 7.2300 MHz LSB for an attempt for a NVIS effect net

If we have other traffic or interference, we’ll move up 5 KHz at a time until we find some open air (if possible

This will be extremely informal and thinking about the first Thursday of the month.

Thanks & 73,
Tim

Aug
4
Sun
American Red Cross (ARC) / Disaster Communicator Forum (DCF) Nets @ N6SBC/R
Aug 4 @ 18:00 – 19:30

Connected to the DCF/ARC Conference Net (IRLP 9257)

Tim (W6TST) typically connects this reflector for the net, but anyone can connect the repeater to the reflector if Tim hasn’t done so.

Participation is optional – For interest only.

These are two back to back nets.

The American Red Cross (ARC) net starts at 1800 Pacific Time – Information at: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/VoIP_ARC_Communicators_Net/info

The Disaster Communicator Forum (DCF) starts about 5 minutes after the American Red Cross net completes. To become a member go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DISASTER_COMMUNICATORS_FORUM/ to become a member of the forum

Aug
6
Tue
Monthly Business Meeting @ Zoom - NOT at San Benito County ACS/RACES HQ/DOC
Aug 6 @ 19:00 – 20:30

19:00 – 20:30 – Monthly Business Meeting

Contact Mel (KK6MES) at zoommeet@sbcara.org if you need more information.

Aug
8
Thu
Weekly Net (IRLP/Echolink Linked) @ N6SBC/R - IRLP 9257 / Echolink 336037
Aug 8 @ 19:30 – 20:00

147.315 MHz +600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode(?)) – Hollister-VHF
145.410 MHz -600 KHz 118.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – Call Mtn – Panoche
146.625 MHz –600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – South County – Pinnacles

EchoLink *DCF-ARC* Conference Server #336037
IRLP Western Reflector Channel 7 (9257)
(Do not link to the N6SBC Repeater directly)

Friday 0330 Hrs – UTC / GMT

Aug
10
Sat
Ham Cram / Test Session – Gilroy @ Gilroy Police Department Community Room
Aug 10 @ 08:00 – 17:00
Aug
11
Sun
American Red Cross (ARC) / Disaster Communicator Forum (DCF) Nets @ N6SBC/R
Aug 11 @ 18:00 – 19:30

Connected to the DCF/ARC Conference Net (IRLP 9257)

Tim (W6TST) typically connects this reflector for the net, but anyone can connect the repeater to the reflector if Tim hasn’t done so.

Participation is optional – For interest only.

These are two back to back nets.

The American Red Cross (ARC) net starts at 1800 Pacific Time – Information at: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/VoIP_ARC_Communicators_Net/info

The Disaster Communicator Forum (DCF) starts about 5 minutes after the American Red Cross net completes. To become a member go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DISASTER_COMMUNICATORS_FORUM/ to become a member of the forum

Aug
15
Thu
Ham Fun “HF” Night @ Jack Kirk (W6KRK)'s Home - Contact Jack for Address and Directions
Aug 15 @ 19:00 – 20:30

Also known as HF Night

It’s time again to have some “HAM FUN” !!!

Use the contact form below, email me at Jack@JackKirk.com or call me at 831-637-0344 for directions to my home, if you haven’t been there before.

Hope to see you there!!

The working calendar for HF Night

Weekly Net @ N6SBC/R
Aug 15 @ 19:30 – 20:00

147.315 MHz +600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode(?)) – Hollister-VHF
145.410 MHz -600 KHz 118.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – Call Mtn – Panoche
146.625 MHz –600 KHz 94.8 Hz (Encode/Decode) – South County – Pinnacles

Friday 0330 Hrs – UTC / GMT

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