Amateur Radio Operators periodically run "nets" on designated days and on pre-determined frequencies. The "nets" are typically oriented around a specific topic (eg. Emergency Traffic Handling, Disaster Scenarios, Digital Modes, etc.) Some of the nets below are consistantly running high-turnout nets and are designed around ARES scenarios. Plan on checking into these nets (or at least listening to them) when time permits as they are helpful to ARES personnel.
|The following are all
All Nets Are Lower Side Band Unless Otherwise Specified
More Information Can Be Found By Clicking on the Net's Name
|Lucas County NTS/ARES Traffic Net||Daily 6:30pm ET||147.375 FM (Alternate 146.610 FM)|
|Lucas County NTS/ARES Traffic Net||Wed 6:30pm ET||147.780 FM (Simplex)|
|Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net||Daily 10:30am ET||3.972.5|
|Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net||Daily 4:15pm ET||3.972.5|
|Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net||Daily 6:45pm ET||3.972.5|
|Lucas County Skywarn Net||First Friday Month @ 11:45am ET||147.270 FM (Alternate 147.345 FM)|
|Northwest Ohio Regional Communications HF (NORC)||First Saturday Month @ 11:00am ET||7.200.0|
|Northwest Ohio Regional Communications VHF (NORC2)||First Wednesday Month @ 1:00pm ET||147.375|
|Northwest Ohio (Lucas/Wood County) Hospital Net||Quarterly-TBD||VHF/UHF/DV/Digital|
|SATURN Southern States||Sat. 1400 UTC||7.265.0|
Please note that these are working nets! As every good Amateur Radio Operator know, listen first, and practice on your own or with a friend before showing up to a net and attempting to pass/handle voice/digital traffic.
If you have questions or need assistance, please seek out a local group (such as the Toledo Mobile Radio Association) and Elmers will be glad to assist new amateurs with procedures or equipment.