Net Control Ops sought for Thursday Night NARC Net

Hey everyone -

Now's your chance to get involved, and have a great time, as a Net Control Station (NCS) for the Nixa ARC's Thursday Night net. We are looking for 2 people that will volunteer to run the net one night a month for at least the next 3 months.

You can run the net from any club repeater, though the 145.270- PL 162.2 Hz repeater is the primary repeater. We also have an NCS that runs the net through the 442.275+ repeater, PL 162.2 Hz, via his personal IRLP node located at his residence in Springdale, AR!

During the net, the 145.270 is linked to the 53.270, 224.280 and 442.275 repeaters via RF, and linked to the new SMLRS link system, which currently includes the 147.015 Springfield repeater and the 442.150 Crane repeater. You will also hear check-ins from repeaters on the CRIS (Central Region Intertie System) on occasion, which mainly includes UHF repeaters in West Central & Northwest Missouri, visit for more details.

This is the perfect chance for you to craft your traffic handling and net control skills! If you would like to help out, simply e-mail James Adkins, KB0NHX, at [email protected] and we'll answer all your questions and get you on the rotation to receive the weekly net announcements. And, remember, no experience is required - we'll help teach you the skill of being an NCS.

 73 & Thanks!