holds weekly training and information nets on the Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society 2 meter repeater
every Monday night beginning at 8:30pm local time or immediately after the
GARS Net. The net operates on 147.075
MHz(+) with a PL tone of 82.5. The Net Control Station (NCS) and
Alternate NCS rotates among the Member Groups according to the schedule below. Each
Member Group is
responsible for providing an NCS or ANCS for their assigned month allowing
team members to gain valuable net operating experience.
The net will begin with voice check-ins followed by a digital net immediately following the conclusion of the voice net. The digital net will utilize one digital mode each week rotating among FLdigi, Packet, Winlink and D-STAR/D-RATS each week according to the schedule below.
nets, either SKYWARN or for other emergency situations, can be activated at
any time when the need arises. Severe weather nets are always activated
when a severe warning, such as a severe thunderstorm warning or tornado
warning, is issued by the National Weather Service. Emergency nets
only be activated by the Emergency Coordinator, the Net Manager or one of the Assistant ECs.
However, if none are available and an emergency situation exists, any member
may activate a net.
Net operation procedures are available on the Plans page. The current Training Net script (updated January 11, 2016) can be downloaded in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF for use on the Monday evening Training Net.
|The Georgia Section ARES HF Net operates each Sunday evening at 2200 hours Zulu (6:00 pm Summer, 5:00 pm Winter) on 3975 KHz. All ARES members are encouraged to check in to the Net to exercise HF operation.||The Metro Atlanta ARES District Net operates a VHF net on the first Sunday evening of the month at 1600 or 4:00 pm local time. The net operates on 146.805+ MHz (PL 100). All Metro Atlanta ARES members are encouraged to check in to this net.|
Gwinnett ARES Net NCS / ANCS Signup
To signup for a VHF, HF or Digital NCS or ANCS position use this link.
|2017 Net Control Assignments by Member Groups|
After conducting a net, please immediately e-mail a text copy of your net log to firstname.lastname@example.org … unless alternative arrangements have been made with the AEC. Reporting format is: Text (TXT) file, one station call sign to each line. Net participation is usually transcribed into the data base within 18 hours of the end of the net.
Questions, please e-mail W4KDA@arrl.net