Nets

20 METER NET (14.240) TUESDAYS @ 21:00 UTC

Our 20 meter nets are a new addition to the ARID club's activities, providing an expanded platform for members to connect, share updates, and discuss amateur radio topics. These nets follow a structured format that includes check-ins, announcements, a treasurer’s report, comments, and votes on club matters.

Frequency and Location: We conduct our 20 meter nets on the frequency of 14.240 MHz. These nets are held over-the-air, enabling members to participate from their own radio setups.

Time: The nets take place every Tuesday at 21:00 UTC. This consistent schedule ensures that all members, regardless of their location, have a regular opportunity to engage with the club and stay informed about the latest developments and activities.

For Members Abroad: This net is particularly beneficial for members residing in other states or countries, providing them with a consistent way to stay connected with the club.

Technician Level Members: Technician-level members, although they cannot transmit on this frequency, have the option to listen in and still participate in voting and suggestions. You can cast your votes at arid.club/vote and make suggestions at arid.club/suggest.

Voting: During these nets, we also vote on various club-related matters, allowing members to have a direct impact on club decisions and activities. Your participation is crucial in helping shape the future of our club.

Additional Information: For the most up-to-date information on times, dates, or any changes in frequency, please visit arid.club/schedule.

For more information or to join the net, please tune in at the designated time and frequency. Your participation is highly valued and contributes to the vibrant community of amateur radio enthusiasts within the ARID club.

2 METER NETS (145.180 -600 77PL IN/OUT) @ 20:00 EASTERN

Our 2 meter nets are a key part of the ARID club's activities, offering a platform for members to connect, share updates, and discuss amateur radio topics. These nets are structured to include check-ins, announcements, a treasurer’s report, comments, and votes on club matters.

Frequency and Location: We conduct our 2 meter nets on the frequency of 145.180 MHz with a 600 kHz offset (negative) and a 77 Hz PL tone for both input and output. These nets are held over-the-air, allowing members to participate from their own radio setups.

Time: The nets take place every Saturday at 20:00 Eastern Time. This consistent schedule ensures that all members have a regular opportunity to engage with the club and stay informed about the latest developments and activities.

Voting: During these nets, we also vote on various club-related matters, allowing members to have a direct impact on club decisions and activities. Your participation is crucial in helping shape the future of our club.

Additional Information: For the most up-to-date information on times, dates, or any changes in frequency, please visit arid.club/schedule.

For more information or to join the net, please tune in at the designated time and frequency. Your participation is highly valued and contributes to the vibrant community of amateur radio enthusiasts within the ARID club.