Nets and Meetings
Note: All times are local (CST/DST) unless stated otherwise.
12:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. 9:50 p.m.
ARRL MN Section Phone Net
Frequency 3.860 MHz
ARRL MN Section CW Net
Frequency 3.605 MHz
11:30 a.m., M-F only
Very Informal Net
ARES Emergency Services Net
146.820/146.220 WØMXW repeater
Net Coordinator: KCØFOW
Olmsted SKYWARN Net 147.255/147.855 WØEAS repeater (tone access
The net only meets Monday following
any Skywarn activation during the prior week.
Net Coordinator: WØSTV
Informal Dinner Meeting
Meet at John Hardy's South, 1940 Broadway South, Rochester
second Tuesday before Club meetings. Call on 146.82 for talk-in.
Ten Meter Net meets on 28.325 SSB every Tuesday - except Club
nights. Stop on by and exercise those new Ten Meter privileges for all
You new Generals should stop on by too! As Ten Meters will be a great
DX site in
the coming years of the Solar Cycle.
Minnesota digital ARES Net
3583.5 kHz USB frequency, Olivia 8/500 mode.
Southeast Minnesota Digital Net
The Southeast Minnesota Digital Net meets every Thursday at 9 p.m.
local time on the 147.255 (PL100) repeater. The net uses NBEMS
protocol, FLDIGI, FLWRAP and FLMSG software to practice sending and
receiving digital messages using the MT-63/2000 protocol, with long
interleave and extended characters. The current version of FLDIGI
should have the proper defaults for MT-63/2K. We take voice checkins
for those who can't participate on MT-63.
NBEMS stands for 'Narrow Band Emergency Messaging System'. It is
becoming a widely accepted standard for amateur emcomm digital
communications. These tutorials show how to set up and use NBEMS: Narrow Band Emergency
Messaging Software (NBEMS)
Net Coordinator: KØRGR
Informal Breakfast Meeting
Grandma's Restaurant, Silver Lake Shopping Center, North Broadway,
Call on 146.82 for talk-in.