The club run's regular club NETs, which take place on every Monday, apart from the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. But What is a NET?
Quite simply an amateur radio NET is usually a regular 'on air' gathering on a specific frequency where club members talk with one another about their hobby, life in general and often about that famous delicacy, black pudding; don't ask! Dragon ARC also run a regular NET on Zoom, so we can all remind one another what we look like. Most members talk on the air from their homes, but during the warmer weather some of us operate portable from hill tops or in our cars.
On each relevant Monday, Dragon ARC hold three separate NETs, online, on 2 metres and on 70cm.
7 - 8pm ONLINE via Zoom (the Zoom link is issued on our Facebook group and emailed to club members)
8 - 9pm 2 metres FM on 145.550MHz (if this frequency is busy, please listen on 145.500)
9pm 70cm FM via the GB3AN repeater. For repeater details see: GB3AN (arfon.info)
Dates of Club NETs (all Monday evenings)
8th March, 22nd March, 29th March
5th April, 26th April
10th May, 24th May, 31st May
14th June, 28th June
12th July, 26th July
We look forward to meeting you online or on the air during a club NET!