OCTOBER 15th 5:30 PM MST
THE ASSISTANT NET MANAGER FOR ATEN AND TRAINING MANAGER IS KEVIN KC7ASA
14265 kHz DAY
3977.7 kHz NIGHT
PAN Net Cycle 2 Voice at 14345 kHz at 2230Z or 3:30 PM MST This net will be on the air M-F each week
Need NCS, Liaisons,TCC Stations Contact Tomy kf7gc
Cycle 1, Region 12 SSB Net
3923.5 kHz 6:00 AM MST or 1300Z STARTING MARCH 11 2013
Cycle 2, 7233 kHz 3:15 PM MST or 2215Z
Saguaro National Traffic System 2 Meter (NTS) Net (http://www.saguaronts.net/), meets daily at 6:30 p.m. MST (0130Z) on the Eastern Arizona Amateur Radio (http://www.eaars.org/) Society (E.A.A.R.S.) repeaters. The net is open to all ham operators that are interested in the NTS regardless of license level. Traffic is “not” required to check into the net but I certainly encourage any type of radiogram message traffic. If you don’t know how to send, receive, or deliver traffic, we’ll train you right on the net. We also have training net on Monday evenings if you would like to participate during that net.
The repeaters are; 146.86 and (440.700 Hub) Heliograph Peak; 147.28 Guthrie Peak - Greenlee County; 145.21 Jacks Peak New Mexico. Between Lordsburg & Silver City; 145.41 Pinal Peak Near Globe AZ; 147.16 Mt Lemmon Near Tucson; 146.70 Greens Peak Near Springerville – Showlow; 145.27 South Mtn. Near Alpine, AZ; 147.08 Mule Mtn. Near Bisbee in Cochise County. All E.A.A.R.S. network repeaters operate with PL tone 141.3. For more information about this net, contact Greg Peters (email@example.com), Net Manager.
BELOW IS A LIST OF THE UP COMING HAMFESTS
KE8DM ROBERT SPENCER Arizona Section Manager SM firstname.lastname@example.org
WB6OTS, Grant, Arizona Assistant Section Manager, ASM, email@example.com
KF7GC, Tomy, Arizona Section Traffic Manager, STM firstname.lastname@example.org
Go Arizona Hams!
ATEN NTS Section Net Activity Report For MARCH 2014
Traffic Handled 276
Originated Radiograms 129
Member Stations 26
Average traffic per session
Average check-ins per session 20.65
Saguaro 2 Meter Local NTS Net Activity Report for MARCH 2014
Traffic Handled 104
Originated Radiograms 70
Average Traffic per session 3.35
Average check-ins per session 14.55
The following stations have demonstrated their traffic handling skills by orginating 4 or more Radiograms, in proper radiogram format, for previous months and have been awarded the "Traffic Origination Award" by the ARRL, The National Traffic System, (NTS), and The Arizona Traffic and Emergency Net, (ATEN)
Outstanding job everyone.
The following stations originated 5 or more Radiograms in proper radiogram format, in MARCH 2014
KC7ASA KEVIN 8
K7OAH SKIP 41
KC5ZGG GREG 5
KF7KVV JUNE 15
AF7FT LINDA 7
KE5PZ JIM 10
You will most assuredly see the above stations and others operating in a professional manner on the net, and in an Emergency, where you can count on them to get the job done!
Great Job fellows!!
ATEN and the NTS THANKS YOU!!!
The following Member Stations had 100% check-ins for the month of
STATIONS MISSING ONE NIGHT
Thanks for that great effort,
Others came close and we certainly appreciate the effort.
Stations heard participating during The NTS Training Session
APRIL 11 2014
Net Control Stations
AF7FT LINDA LOU
Many thanks for your Net support! I'm sure you will be available to help train others. And do a fine job in an emergency as you continue to learn and work with Radiograms, and traffic nets
NTS & Radiogram Training
Next Session To be FRIDAY APRIL 25, 2014 after 5:30PM net.
Session to be conducted by TBA
Continue with Chap 1 of the Methods, Practices, and Guidelines. Putting together a radiogram properly and sending it correctly.
May be on 3987.5, 3998, 3995, or 3986 kHz
ALL AMATEURS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND!
The Net is always looking for new members:
Would you like to practice Handling Radiograms for the National Traffic System and ICS-213 messages for ARES?
Message Handling is the foundation of our Amateur Radio Hobby. It is still needed in Times of an Disasters.
Take a break from Ragchewing, Contesting and DXing Get trained for that time of need
We are especially looking for Sations in the Phoenix and Tucson area to help ou AMATEURSt.
Get back to basics and be ready to help out your Community in an emergency!
Come join in on the fun!
Contact Tomy At email@example.com or
The Net needs Net Control Stations
This is a great way to learn about the Net and where you can fit in.
You need not be a regular but willing to fill in.
NCS are leaders on the net.
If you are interested in this position,
Contact Tomy at firstname.lastname@example.org
The net has an Assistant Net Manager for ATEN. He is KC7ASA Kevin
For this position you must have extensive knowledge of the NTS System, how it works, How to originate and relay Ragiograms, ICS-213 forms, ARRL Numbered Radiograms, ATEN Protocol, be able to direct and lead the net in the absence of the Manager.
The net is looking for NTS instructors to help out with Friday night training sessions. Remember you learn more by teaching. This can be Net Procedures, NTS Radfiograms, or ICS 213 form. Contact Kevin at 520-266-3018 or on the net.
The Net is looking for Liaison Stations.
These are stations that can recieve traffic to and from our Section Net. You can use Digital, CW. or Phone to do this. There are various nets that you can pick from to pass the traffic. Mainly 12 region and PAN nets. Must be an ATEN Member!
If interested please contact Tomy at email@example.com or
Anyone interested in starting another 2 meter Local traffic net as a Liaison net for ATEN. This can be in any part of the State of AZ. You will pick up traffic from ATEN and pass them on your local net for delivery. We need one to start up in the Phoenix area.
please contact Tomy at firstname.lastname@example.org 928-636-7782
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