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  • Matt Murphy
    Has anyone heard of weekly scouting nets held by K2BSA and others? I found the below schedule here: http://www.bsa13.com/jota/ Here is the Sked: Country
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 18, 2007
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      Has anyone heard of weekly scouting nets held by K2BSA and others?
      I found the below schedule here: http://www.bsa13.com/jota/

      Here is the Sked:
      Country Contact Day Time Frequency Net Control

      European Net Saturday 09:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. PA3BAR

      Australia 1st,3rd,5th Sunday 02:00 GMT 14.290 Mhz.
      VK6SAN 2nd Sunday 02:00 GMT 21.190 Mhz.
      4th Sunday of month 02:00 GMT 28.590 Mhz.

      Brazil Saturday 18:00 GMT 14.140 Mhz. PY2EUB
      Saturday 16:30 GMT 7.090 Mhz. PY2GMR

      Denmark Saturday 13:00 GMT 3.740 Mhz.

      France 1st Sunday of month 10:00 GMT 3.743 Mhz. FF1SDF

      Germany 1st Wednesday of month 21:00 local 3.678 Mhz. DH6DAO

      Italy Saturday & Sunday 14:00 local 7.090 Mhz.

      Japan 3rd Saturday of month 23:00 local 21.360 Mhz. JA1YSS

      Norway Saturday 15:30 local 3.740 Mhz.

      Netherlands Saturday 19:00 local 3.740 Mhz. PI4RIS

      Sweden Saturday 15:00 local 3.740 Mhz.

      United Kingdom Saturday 09:00 local 3.740 Mhz. G3BHK

      United States Sunday 20:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. K2BSA

      West Africa Sunday 07:00 local 7.070 Mhz. 9L1AM
    • Frank Krizan
      Hi Matt, I don t think the US Scouting Net has been active for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins. The Scout Camp Calling
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 18, 2007
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        Hi Matt,

         

        I don’t think the US Scouting Net has been “active” for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins.  The Scout Camp Calling Protocol has somewhat replaced it.  You’ll find the SCCP in the files section of ScoutRadio.  In addition, check recent postings for Camp Operating Location Announcements (COLA) for specific operation from scout camps.

         

        The various Nets worldwide have become the “chicken and the egg” syndrome – there’s a Net and noone checks in or there are folks listening but no net control.  I’m hopeful that as we climb the sunspot ladder and conditions improve that the Sunday afternoon net or a replacement will become active again.

         

        73, Frank KR1ZAN

        Garland, TX

         

         


        From: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Matt Murphy
        Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 11:13 AM
        To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [ScoutRadio] Scout Radio weekly nets

         

        Has anyone heard of weekly scouting nets held by K2BSA and others?
        I found the below schedule here: http://www.bsa13. com/jota/

        Here is the Sked:
        Country Contact Day Time Frequency Net Control

        European Net Saturday 09:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. PA3BAR

        Australia 1st,3rd,5th Sunday 02:00 GMT 14.290 Mhz.
        VK6SAN 2nd Sunday 02:00 GMT 21.190 Mhz.
        4th Sunday of month 02:00 GMT 28.590 Mhz.

        Brazil Saturday 18:00 GMT 14.140 Mhz. PY2EUB
        Saturday 16:30 GMT 7.090 Mhz. PY2GMR

        Denmark Saturday 13:00 GMT 3.740 Mhz.

        France 1st Sunday of month 10:00 GMT 3.743 Mhz. FF1SDF

        Germany 1st Wednesday of month 21:00 local 3.678 Mhz. DH6DAO

        Italy Saturday & Sunday 14:00 local 7.090 Mhz.

        Japan 3rd Saturday of month 23:00 local 21.360 Mhz. JA1YSS

        Norway Saturday 15:30 local 3.740 Mhz.

        Netherlands Saturday 19:00 local 3.740 Mhz. PI4RIS

        Sweden Saturday 15:00 local 3.740 Mhz.

        United Kingdom Saturday 09:00 local 3.740 Mhz. G3BHK

        United States Sunday 20:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. K2BSA

        West Africa Sunday 07:00 local 7.070 Mhz. 9L1AM

      • Frank Krizan
        Hi Matt, I don t think the US Scouting Net has been active for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins. The Scout Camp Calling
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 18, 2007
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          Hi Matt,

           

          I don’t think the US Scouting Net has been “active” for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins.  The Scout Camp Calling Protocol has somewhat replaced it.  You’ll find the SCCP in the files section of ScoutRadio.  In addition, check recent postings for Camp Operating Location Announcements (COLA) for specific operation from scout camps.

           

          The various Nets worldwide have become the “chicken and the egg” syndrome – there’s a Net and noone checks in or there are folks listening but no net control.  I’m hopeful that as we climb the sunspot ladder and conditions improve that the Sunday afternoon net or a replacement will become active again.

           

          73, Frank KR1ZAN

          Garland, TX

           

           


          From: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Matt Murphy
          Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 11:13 AM
          To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [ScoutRadio] Scout Radio weekly nets

           

          Has anyone heard of weekly scouting nets held by K2BSA and others?
          I found the below schedule here: http://www.bsa13. com/jota/

          Here is the Sked:
          Country Contact Day Time Frequency Net Control

          European Net Saturday 09:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. PA3BAR

          Australia 1st,3rd,5th Sunday 02:00 GMT 14.290 Mhz.
          VK6SAN 2nd Sunday 02:00 GMT 21.190 Mhz.
          4th Sunday of month 02:00 GMT 28.590 Mhz.

          Brazil Saturday 18:00 GMT 14.140 Mhz. PY2EUB
          Saturday 16:30 GMT 7.090 Mhz. PY2GMR

          Denmark Saturday 13:00 GMT 3.740 Mhz.

          France 1st Sunday of month 10:00 GMT 3.743 Mhz. FF1SDF

          Germany 1st Wednesday of month 21:00 local 3.678 Mhz. DH6DAO

          Italy Saturday & Sunday 14:00 local 7.090 Mhz.

          Japan 3rd Saturday of month 23:00 local 21.360 Mhz. JA1YSS

          Norway Saturday 15:30 local 3.740 Mhz.

          Netherlands Saturday 19:00 local 3.740 Mhz. PI4RIS

          Sweden Saturday 15:00 local 3.740 Mhz.

          United Kingdom Saturday 09:00 local 3.740 Mhz. G3BHK

          United States Sunday 20:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. K2BSA

          West Africa Sunday 07:00 local 7.070 Mhz. 9L1AM

        • Frank Krizan
          Hi Matt, I don t think the US Scouting Net has been active for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins. The Scout Camp Calling
          Message 4 of 4 , Jul 18, 2007
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            Hi Matt,

             

            I don’t think the US Scouting Net has been “active” for sometime, principally due to propagation conditions and no checkins.  The Scout Camp Calling Protocol has somewhat replaced it.  You’ll find the SCCP in the files section of ScoutRadio.  In addition, check recent postings for Camp Operating Location Announcements (COLA) for specific operation from scout camps.

             

            The various Nets worldwide have become the “chicken and the egg” syndrome – there’s a Net and noone checks in or there are folks listening but no net control.  I’m hopeful that as we climb the sunspot ladder and conditions improve that the Sunday afternoon net or a replacement will become active again.

             

            73, Frank KR1ZAN

            Garland, TX

             

             


            From: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Matt Murphy
            Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 11:13 AM
            To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [ScoutRadio] Scout Radio weekly nets

             

            Has anyone heard of weekly scouting nets held by K2BSA and others?
            I found the below schedule here: http://www.bsa13. com/jota/

            Here is the Sked:
            Country Contact Day Time Frequency Net Control

            European Net Saturday 09:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. PA3BAR

            Australia 1st,3rd,5th Sunday 02:00 GMT 14.290 Mhz.
            VK6SAN 2nd Sunday 02:00 GMT 21.190 Mhz.
            4th Sunday of month 02:00 GMT 28.590 Mhz.

            Brazil Saturday 18:00 GMT 14.140 Mhz. PY2EUB
            Saturday 16:30 GMT 7.090 Mhz. PY2GMR

            Denmark Saturday 13:00 GMT 3.740 Mhz.

            France 1st Sunday of month 10:00 GMT 3.743 Mhz. FF1SDF

            Germany 1st Wednesday of month 21:00 local 3.678 Mhz. DH6DAO

            Italy Saturday & Sunday 14:00 local 7.090 Mhz.

            Japan 3rd Saturday of month 23:00 local 21.360 Mhz. JA1YSS

            Norway Saturday 15:30 local 3.740 Mhz.

            Netherlands Saturday 19:00 local 3.740 Mhz. PI4RIS

            Sweden Saturday 15:00 local 3.740 Mhz.

            United Kingdom Saturday 09:00 local 3.740 Mhz. G3BHK

            United States Sunday 20:30 GMT 14.290 Mhz. K2BSA

            West Africa Sunday 07:00 local 7.070 Mhz. 9L1AM

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