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Brief History:

ATEN was founded in 1969, and has been operating daily since then. There have been times when the net was very busy handling traffic. The net meets each day practicing the passing of formal written NTS Radiogram Traffic messages into and out of our coverage area. We have a great bunch of people that make up the Net.  We practice every day for that emergency which we hope never comes.

Many stations have contacted us with their full support as to the ATEN format and Protocol. These include ARRL, NTS Area Chairs, Transcontinental Corps (TCC) Director, and many experienced traffic handlers in the NTS System.

Because of the protocols listed below, we are always looking for individuals interested in learning to be prepared for an emergency.  Come and join Arizona's most active traffic net.  A first class net serving the Public by serving our Families, our Communities and our Country.  Looking forward to hearing you on the net!

 

Net Meets

3986kHz at 7:00 PM MST 0200ZDaily

All Amateur Stations are welcome.  If you have a Technician license, please check into the net at a General class or higher license station, and signify which station you are checking in from, or you can check into the VHF net, info to the left. The nets meets for drill and practice handling NTS Radiograms, and ARES ICS-213 messages.

  

How to become a Member

If you would like to be part of the Net as a member, please bring an originated radiogram to the ATEN Net and pass it to another station.

Once your message is passed on the ATEN Net, and you check into the net four times in a calendar month, and you advise the Net Manager of your intentions to join the membership of ATEN, you will be immediately placed on the member roll call list.

  

You can by-pass the four check-ins by originating 2 (two) radiograms in a calendar month and passing them on the net. Then advise the net Manager of your intentions of joining the membership of ATEN.

You will be immediately placed on the member roll call list.

We have training sessions on two Fridays a month after net. Info to the left. Also, most any member will be very happy to help you with your message of origination anytime.

  

  

Net Manager Since 12/2005

Tomy Ivan KF7GC 
Licensed Since 1963
AZ Section Traffic Manager

  

Net Control Station,
Official Relay Station,

Member  ARRL,

Contact Me at 928-636-7782, or 928-710-9231 any time!

kf7gc@arrl.net

 

  

  

ATEN Protocol 

Since ATEN is a formal ARRL NTS Affiliate Arizona Section Traffic Net, and is organized to handle Written Radiograms:

All members are required to originate and bring to the net one Radiogram Message, and relay it to another Amateur Station on the ATEN Net, at least once in a calendar month, and check into the Net a minimum of four times in a calendar month, preferably once a week, and must be willing to take any legal Radiogram Traffic Messages for their area. This is the minimum effort necessary to remain on the member roll call list. 

  

Only Exception is a real Medical situation under a Doctors care. The Net will make ever effort to keep you on the Membership roll. You must keep the NM informed.

  

All NTS Radiograms are like the US Mail, the content of the message is private and sacred. As long as the message is legal it must be relayed, delivered. or serviced back to the originator on this NET.

  

If you have failed in the above Protocol requirements, you can reinstate your ATEN Membership by originating one radiogram and relaying it on the ATEN Net, and check into the net four times as a visitor, then advise the Net Manager of your intention to re-join the net membership. You will be immediately added to the roll call.

  

Alternately, you may originate 2 (two) radiograms and pass them on the net in one calendar month instead of checking in 4 (four) times as a visitor. Advise the Net Manager of your intention to re-join the net membership.

  

NO early checks-ins on ATEN. This applies to any member or Visitor. If you have to leave early, check with the Net Control Station to see if any traffic is listed for your area. Our goal is to have stations available to take traffic for their area, not to just check in for the numbers.  

If you must leave the net, contact the net control station and advise him or her.  

Chatter, other than net information, should be kept to minimum.

Materials you need with you at your check-in:  ARRL Numbered Radiograms, HX handling instructions, a blank Radiogram

These forms can be found on and printed from this website.  Also you need access to the NTS "Methods Practices and Guidelines" found in Apendix B of the Public Service Communication Manual. Link below.

Specifically Capters 1, 2,and 4,and 7

  

  

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMUNICATION MANUAL LINK

http://www.arrl.org/public-service-communications-manual

  

  

The NTS Manual is found at

http://www.arrl.org/nts-manual

  

  

The NTS Methods Practices and Guidelines:

  

http://www.arrl.org/table-of-contents-nts-methods-and-practices-guidelines

  

HAMFESTS  

 

  

7 June 2014

White Mountain Hamfest

and Swap Meet

Hosted by the Kachina Amateur Radio Club

Show Low City Hall, 180 N 9th Street, Show Low, AZ

Click HERE for map.

Hours: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Prizes, ARRL Booth (with card checking),

VE Testing, Arts & Crafts, Demos and Displays

Vendors/tailgaters: $5.00 per space

Free Dry On-Site Camping Friday, June 6 after 5:30 PM

Talk-In: 145.310 Pl 110.9

For more information, contact Jim Mortensen at W7AZY@arrl.net

  

  

18 - 20 July 2014

2014 ARRL Arizona State Convention

ARCA/Williams Hamfest

hosted by the Amateur Radio Council of Arizona

Williams Rodeo Grounds, 800 Rodeo Road, Williams, AZ

Hours are Dawn to Dusk Friday, July 18 and Saturday, July 19

Vendor Set-Up and Camping beginning at 5:00 PM on Thursday, July 17

Door Prizes, Grand Prizes, Ladies' Prizes, Food Service

Meetings, Seminars, Presentations

Saturday Night Barbecue and Sunday Train Trip

  

  

12 - 14 September 2014

2014 ARRL Southwestern Division Convention

Hosted by SANDARC

Sheraton Four Points Hotel, 8110 Aero Drive, San Diego CA

Click HERE for map.

Admission tickets go on sale 1 September 2013.

Web Site: http://sandarc.net/Convention2014

Contact: Paul Rios, KC6QLS - 619.334.0441 - kc6qls@cox.net

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

     ATEN News

Net Time

7:00 PM

           MST 

           0200Z

3986 kHz

DAILY

  

     WINTER Hours

            Start

    OCTOBER 15th       5:30 PM MST

                 0030Z

    THE ASSISTANT     NET MANAGER      FOR ATEN AND        TRAINING      MANAGER IS    KEVIN KC7ASA

  

  

HURRICANE WATCH

REPORTS RADIOGRAMS

WWW.SATERN.NET

14265 kHz DAY

3977.7 kHz NIGHT

  

  

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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

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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 (kc5zgg@aarl.net), Net Manager.

  

  

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BELOW IS A LIST OF THE UP COMING HAMFESTS

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       ARIZONA      SECTION  

KE8DM ROBERT SPENCER Arizona Section Manager SM ke8dm@arrl.org

WB6OTS, Grant, Arizona Assistant Section Manager, ASM, wb6ots@arrl.net

KF7GC, Tomy, Arizona Section Traffic Manager, STM kf7gc@arrl.net

Go Arizona Hams!

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ATEN NTS Section Net Activity Report For JUNE 2014

Checkins  623

Traffic Handled  329

Originated Radiograms  179

Sessions  30

Member Stations  26

Average traffic per session

10.97

Average check-ins per session

20.77

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Saguaro 2 Meter Local NTS Net  Activity Report for JUNE 2014

Check-ins 540

Traffic Handled 175

Originated Radiograms 91

Sessions 32

Average Traffic per session 5.47

Average check-ins per session 16.88

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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)

WA7JCK Keith

N6DKG Dan

K0OTZ Erv

WB60TS Grant

W7JSW Bill

KC7ASA KEVIN

KC5ZGG GREG

KC7ZZ BILL

KD7OED LEE

KE5PZ JIM

  

Outstanding job everyone.

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The following stations originated 5 or more Radiograms in proper radiogram format, in JUNE 2014

KC7ASA KEVIN 8

K7OAH SKIP 83

KC5ZGG GREG 5

KF7KVV JUNE 14

AF7FT LINDA LOU 8

KE5PZ JIM 5

W7UQQ MIKE 5

W7MIN GARY 6

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 Ladys and Gents!

ATEN and the NTS THANKS YOU!!!

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The following Member Stations had 100% check-ins for the month of

JUNE 2014

KC7ASA KEVIN

KE5PZ JIM

KF7GC TOMY

STATIONS MISSING ONE NIGHT

NONE

Thanks for that great effort,

Others came close and we certainly appreciate the effort.

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Stations heard participating during The NTS Training Session 

JULY 25 2014

TRAINING

CONDUCTED BY

KEVIN KC7ASA

Net Control Stations

KF7GC TOMY

KE5PZ JIM

Liaison Stations

AF7FT LINDA LOU

KC7ZZ BILL

KF7PDV KURT

MemberStations  

K7EU STEVE

VISITING Stations

WK7ED ED

N7NLN GEORGE

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

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NTS & Radiogram Training

Next Session To be FRIDAY AUGUST 8 2014 after 7:00PM net. 

Session to be conducted by KC7ASA KEVIN

PICS AND TRICKS ON PROPER OPERATING ON NTS NETS

May be on 3987.5, 3998, 3995, or 3986 kHz

ALL AMATEURS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND!

  

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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 kf7gc@yahoo.com or

928-636-7782

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 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 kf7gc@yahoo.com

or 928-636-7782

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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.

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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.

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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 kf7gc@arrl.net  or

928-636-7782

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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 kf7gc@yahoo.comor 928-636-7782

  

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ARCA Scottsdale Hamfest March 2007 Pics

ATEN Meeting Williams July 2006 Pics

ATEN Meeting Williams July 8 2007 Pics

December 6 Hamfest at Mesa College Pics 2008

Scottsdale Hamfest March 14 2009

 

TEST Disaster Drill  

Took place on May 11, 2007

Read about it under Training Tips

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