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Posted: 1/10/2021 12:59:44 PM EST
Is there a list of Ohio frequencies tHat you guys use ?
Really thinking we should set up a net on uhf vhf hf echo link.
Maybe something like this exists and I don’t know about it
Link Posted: 1/11/2021 12:00:34 AM EST
Doesn't ecolink need the internet?  

But I'm interested in this too.


Link Posted: 1/11/2021 7:30:39 AM EST
Here is the most recent ARFCOM sheet I could find in the HAM forum here.
http://hamradio360.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/EMCOMM-FREQ-REF-CARD-5.pdf

If you don't hit up that forum here you should.  ARFCOM guys do about 4 different weekly nets, have couple of digital 'guard' channels which are monitored also.

JLE
Link Posted: 1/11/2021 7:32:02 AM EST
Forgot to add, there is a weekly EchoLink net also.  (Yes EchoLink uses the internet)

JLE
Link Posted: 1/11/2021 12:02:46 PM EST
As noted above, nothing OH-only, but there are several Arf nets across all manner of amateur modes and options currently running weekly.  

If we wanted to try something for OH only and coverage across the state, the only options would be an internet linked net such as Echolink/IRLP/Allstar or Digital voice like DMR/YSF/D-star.  The main headache with any of that is with so many modes and finding best interoperability with what everyone has, plus the whole relies on internet to work issue.  Otherwise, if you have HF we could try a voice or data net with 80-meters being the best likely candidate either early morning or in the evenings.  

Outside of arf, there are daily Ohio ARES nets on 80 meters for both SSB and Digital mode use if you want to ever try listening or checking in on those, but that will be any and all hams.

http://ossbn.org/
https://arrl-ohio.org/SEC/ohden/index.html
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