Tri-Lakes Net

Please join us for our weekly net.

The W0TLM Monday Net has moved to the N0XLF repeater, at 145.19, – .6Mhz offset, 131.8 Hz tone, Echolink N0OBA.  Backup is the K0NR repeater: 447.725 MHz, -5 MHz offset, 100 Hz tone, simplex backup on 446.100 

This net is held every Monday at 7:30pm local (except on the third Monday of the month when we have our regular radio club meeting.)

The purpose of this net is to provide a meeting place for Tri-Lakes area radio amateurs and handle traffic for the TRI-LAKES MONUMENT RADIO ASSOCIATION.

The repeater is a local coverage machine near Monument, covering Monument, Palmer Lake, parts of Black Forest and Briargate.

All radio amateurs are welcome to check in.   The net provides an opportunity to actively practice formal net operations and procedures in preparation for emergency operations.   All amateurs are invited to take a turn as net control, its easy, fun, and great practice!   Just use the following script:

W0TLM (N0OLD) Net Script Rev. 2.5

TRI-LAKES MONUMENT RADIO ASSOCIATION UHF Net Script

Revised 19 June, 2017 by N0OLD, Dan

Before the Net

< The N0XLF Repeater frequency is 145.19 MHz (- .6 MHz offset, 131.8 Hz CTCSS required)

Feel free to take late check-ins at any time after taking check-ins

Script for Net Control Station (NCS)

Calling the TRI-LAKES NET, Calling the TRI-LAKES NET.

This is <Dan> <N0OLD>, Net Control Station Operator for tonight’s net.

This net meets every Monday evening at 19:30 local time on this repeater, except for the third Monday of the month when we have our monthly radio club meeting.

The purpose of this net is to provide a meeting place for Tri-Lakes area radio amateurs and handle traffic for the TRI-LAKES MONUMENT RADIO ASSOCIATION.

All radio amateurs are welcome to check in.

To access this repeater, you need to have a One Hundred THIRTY ONE POINT EIGHT Hertz CTCSS Tone enabled on your transmit signal.

In the event of repeater failure, the net will be held on the K0NR repeater 447.725 MHz, -5 MHz, 100 Hz CTCSS tone.

In the event both repeaters are down, we’ll fall back to 446.100 MHz simplex.

For using Echolink, the N0XLF repeater addresses as N0OBA.

This is a directed net. When you check in, please SLOWLY give your call sign, your name and indicate if you have traffic for the net. Please use standard ITU phonetics only.

I’d like to extend a special request for first timers to call in. You are very, very welcome and encouraged to join in the conversation.

This is <Dan N0OLD>, Net Control Station Operator for the TRI-LAKES NET.

<Take check-ins in this order, noting who has traffic: >

1. Is there any emergency or priority traffic? Please call now.

2. I’ll take check-ins now grouped by SUFFIX (last two or three letters after the number):

Call signs ending with suffix A – Alpha through H- Hotel

Call signs ending with suffix I-India through O-Oscar

Call signs ending starting with suffix P- Papa through Z- Zulu

<Handle any traffic, announcements, any additional traffic, and questions>

<Be Friendly….acknowledge any newcomers and pull them into the conversation>

<Note any upcoming events; including the next W0TLM club meeting, RACES or ARES events, local ham fests or contests>

<To stimulate some discussion, prepare THE QUESTION OF THE NIGHT, and ask each station to comment. Recent examples of questions are: How did you first get started in Amateur Radio? When was your first Field Day experience? How long have you had your radio license? Don’t use these, think up something on your own>

The Question of the Night is:

?????????????????????????????????

Are there any late check-ins, please call now.

We will go down through the list and have each station provide their answer.

<Call each station in order of check in>

Are there any late check-ins, please call now.

Ending the Net

Thanks for participating in the discussion.

Are there any additional comments or questions before we close the net?

Are there any late check-ins, please call now.   Is there anyone who would like to take Net Control for an upcoming net?   Its easy, just use the script on the W0TLM.com website.

Thank you for checking in and remember to check in again next Monday night at 19:30 local time.

For more information on the Tri-Lakes Monument Radio Association, visit the web site at W0TLM.com

We would also like to thank Bob Witte K0NR for the use of his repeater.

This is <Dan N0OLD>, Net Control Station Operator, closing the TRI-LAKES NET and returning the frequency to normal amateur radio use.

 

 

 

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