Tuesday Practice Net (1930 hrs) - Script

(Downloadable script file is at the bottom of this page)


v--------------------W6PIY repeaters usually linked ------------------------v

W6PIY-6m (52.58- MHz, PL 151.4Hz)

W6PIY-2m (147.390+ MHz, PL 151.4Hz)

W6PIY-1.25m (223.960- MHz, PL 156.7Hz)

v------------------- W6PIY repeaters usually linked after 1945 hours -------------------v

W6PIY-70cm (441.350+ MHz, PL 88.5Hz)

W6PIY-23cm (1286.2- MHz, PL 100Hz)


This is (NAME, CALL SIGN), Net Control for the Los Gatos/Monte Sereno ARES

Practice Net,  on W6PIY 6m, 2m, and 1.25m repeaters.  We will yield for any

emergency or priority traffic during tonight's net.

(PAUSE)

We meet here each Tuesday evening at 1930 hours to give members an opportunity to exercise their radio equipment and on-the-air skills.  Visitors and Guests are welcome and will be called following member check-ins.  Be sure to wait for the repeater courtesy tone at the end of the each transmission to be sure the last person has finished before you begin.

If you have checked in earlier this week, please say so to ensure you are not double counted in the weekly totals.

First member check-in now with your First Name, FCC Call Sign, and Neighborhood (or City, if not Los Gatos or Monte Sereno)

(pause ... acknowledge each check-in)

Next member please …

(continue until no more check-ins)


Members who checked-in earlier this week, please check in now….

(pause ... repeat until no more check-ins)


Guests and Visitors please check in now….

(pause ... repeat until no more check-ins)


Is there additional traffic?

(pause ... repeat until there is no response)

This is (NAME, CALL SIGN) closing the LG/MS Emergency Practice Repeater

Net on W6PIY 6m, 2m, and 1.25m at (TIME) with a count tonight of (count) and

a unique count for this week of (count) check-ins.   Thanks to all stations for

participating.


We gratefully thank the West Valley Amateur Radio Association for their

generous permission to use their repeaters for our practice and emergency

use. Information about WVARA can be found on their web site W-V-A-R-A dot

O-R-G. This repeater is now returned to normal use.


(CALL SIGN) clear.


Rev 4.1 March 18, 2018

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Peter Hertan,
Mar 18, 2018, 12:32 PM
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