COVID Net Comms Plan 0200Z Sat 28 Mar (27 Mar Fri 2100 CDT)

Net control sends:

============================================================
Comm Plan.

Net Name – COVID Watch Net

Pri Freq – 7.243Mhz LSB
Sec Freq – 7.240Mhz LSB (down 3Khz)**
Alt Freq – 7.237Mhz LSB (down 3Khz)**

Start time – 0200Z Sat 28 Mar (27 Mar Fri 2100 CDT)

All stations be prepared to relay. Any station able to relay must be in
contact with NCS or Alt NCS. Use of amplifiers is desired.

**Net Control Station (NCS) moves to Sec Freq if Pri freq is
occupied or splatter is occurring at the NCS location. In the event the
Sec freq is occupied or is unworkable continue down to Alt frequency. If
Sec freq is used start time will be 2105z and if conditions require the
Alt freq use then start time will be 2110z. Minor adjustments in
operating freq may be required based on usage by other operators or nets.

End of Comm Plan.
=================================================================

13 responses to “COVID Net Comms Plan 0200Z Sat 28 Mar (27 Mar Fri 2100 CDT)

  1. master10000@juno.com

    Thanks Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone. From: Western Rifle Shooters AssociationSent: Thursday, March 26, 2020 20:07To: master10000@juno.comReply To: Western Rifle Shooters AssociationSubject: [New post] COVID Net Comms Plan 0200Z Sat 28 Mar (27 Mar Fri 2100 CDT)

    a:hover { color: red; } a { text-decoration: none; color: #0088cc; } a.primaryactionlink:link, a.primaryactionlink:visited { background-color: #2585B2; color: #fff; } a.primaryactionlink:hover, a.primaryactionlink:active { background-color: #11729E !important; color: #fff !important; }

    /* @media only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) { .post { min-width: 700px !important; } } */ WordPress.com

    Concerned American posted: ”

    Net control sends:

    ============================================================ Comm Plan.

    Net Name – COVID Watch Net

    Pri Freq – 7.243Mhz LSB Sec Freq – 7.240Mhz LSB (down 3Khz)** Alt Freq – 7.237Mhz LSB (down 3Khz)**

    Start time – 0200Z”

  2. SemperFi, 0321

    I’m pretty sure that Blaupunkt radio only spews nazi propaganda.
    Disregard all following messages.

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  4. That was a real fine pic that you found showing good German kids doing their duty to their durned government back in the day.

    HF radio is a thing. When the internets quit and when some people decide to keep their smartphones in a .30 cal wood-lined farady cage, then perhaps decent things can follow.

    Good results can follow only if people take heed of the many posts re radio stuff that our host has put out in maybe the last fifteen years or so.

    Doubters of that theory can continue to listen to tFat’s gloom on this only site I know of that will allow him to spew his shit. Thanks, CA. Maybe you’re putting out a lesson as to how rational people can compare their thoughts with aberrant ones, and choose wisely between the good and the sociopathic fucked up sorts of people.

    I think that if my world view’s protection was to to be provided by the Canadian Army’s Tank Company, then I’d might have some worry on the tFat island. As is usual, your milage may vary.

  5. Shouldn’t this be on 80 at this hour? Isn’t 40 gonna go a bit long?

  6. Rundfunkgerät

    Follow the comrade’s plan and use any means necessary to communicate.
    CB, Sailfawn (cellphone), www, USB stick, walkie talkie, smoke signals, hand signs, telepathy, HAM.
    Remember that some are more secure than others.

  7. Whipoorwill

    I will accept harassment for what I am about to say. I have a technicians license. When I look at the band chart, this net is going to be on the 40 meter band, LSB. Is this going to be a vox or a cw net? The graphical chart doesn’t indicate this as a vox band…?

    I have not been practicing enough. Sorry. But I would still like to listen in if O can.

  8. http://websdr.org/ – If you don’t have an HF rig you can monitor traffic using one of the many websdrs (internet browser accessible Software Defined Radio) located world wide. Obviously, you’ll want to select a US-based sdr for US-specific net traffic.

  9. Bonaventure

    I’ll be tuned in and listening. The 40m band, as of late, seems to have better propagation than others.

  10. Yeah, it’s too late. 1900 would have been better.

  11. Aprox location of net control? Trying to figure if I need my NVIS set up or not thanks