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Old 11-03-2012, 06:30 PM   #1
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Hello! need some info RV Ham Nets.Time, Day and freq.Thanks Ron
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:36 AM   #2
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Try 40 meters about 7230 Khz around 11:00 or 12:00 GMT .
If I remember right , the "RV NET" used to meet there , only for an hour or so and didn't seem to amount to much at that but it was a net.
Here's a site that list's many net's.
http://www.n1yz.com/HFNET_LIST.HTM

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Old 11-04-2012, 12:27 PM   #3
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The RV net meets on 7.191 at 8AM EST. It also meets on 14.3075 at 5pm EST. Info at www.rvsvcnet.wbcci.net.
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Old 11-04-2012, 03:00 PM   #4
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There is also a group that meets daily at 1900 Central time on 7265 LSB.
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Old 11-04-2012, 06:34 PM   #5
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7.251 8:00 AM daily. Not exactly an RV net, but alot of participants are RVrs
http://southcars.com/main/

I have often found it strange that here we all are with the ability to communicate around the world and I have only communicated with one individual on this forum one time in four years.

When I was out west I could mostly participate, but not always and the time was often inconvenient.



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Old 11-04-2012, 08:22 PM   #6
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I have often found it strange that here we all are with the ability to communicate around the world and I have only communicated with one individual on this forum one time in four years.
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Well, that's why we have a forum!

I did work a few guys when I went to Dauphin Island a couple of years ago. I only worked 26 stations while there, as there just wasn't any propagation.

And there was once an effort by several members to have a weekly on air net for ORR.net members (and whomever else shows up). I have a full plate pushing buttons on the forum, so if some else wants to get the net going, give it a shot.
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7.265.000 MHz At the ZERO hour Zulu (2400 or 0000) at least in the summer and on non-contest weekends.

Last night there was nothing but interference on that frequency, Contest type.
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Old 11-23-2012, 06:38 AM   #8
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I'm in the process of installing a radio in my motorhome, so I went through a similar process. Here's a list of nets I assembled a few weeks ago:

RV Service Net (http://rvsvcnet.wbcci.net/)
Eastern/Central Nets (40m) 7.191 MHz 0700 EST and 0800 EST / 7-days (both confirmed)
Rocky Mountain Net (40m) 7.184 MHz 0630 to 0800 MDT Mon-Fri (not confirmed) (MDT may be a typo)
Pacific Net (40m) 7.268.5 MHz 0900 to 1000 PDT Mon-Fri (not confirmed) (again, PDT may be a typo)
Daily 20m Nets 14.307.5 MHz 1200 and 1700 EST Mon-Fri (confirmed)

FMCA ARC Net (http://fmcaarc.com/index.php/nets-and-schedules/)
Daily Net (20m) 14.307.5 MHz 1300 ET Mon-Fri (confirmed)
Echolink Net 2100 ET Tue via Conference Node *FMCA-ARC* (confirmed)

ARRL RV Net (http://rvradionetwork.com/)
Daily Net (40m) 7.265 MHz 2000 EST daily (not confirmed)

Good Sam's Radio Hams (40/80 nets, mostly in California?) (not confirmed)
(http://www.srhams.org)

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Here's a list of nets I assembled a few weeks ago:

Hope that helps,
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Leave it to the new guy...thanks Skip
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Thanks to all for the info on RV nets.May All have a MERRY CHRISTMAS! Ron KB8GUE
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