Net

SkyHub Link Net Schedule

Monday: 7 PM MTN All linked repeaters

SkyHubLink/Society of Broadcast Engineers NET

This net is run by the administrator of the SkyHub, Jack KE0VH. The net talks about topics related to Radio Broadcast and Amateur Radio. The first part is for the SBE operators to check in, then we hear from operators all over the world locally in Denver, and all over the world via the rest of the SkyHubLink system. The net generally runs 2 hours so check in when you can. We usually have a net question of the night and it always sparks good idea’s and information to share from ALL of our experiences in Ham Radio.

It is open and ALL Amateur Radio operators are asked to check in with us.  If you would like to be on the NET email list contact Jack at ke0vh@outlook.com

Please see this link for more information: http://www.ke0vh.com/net/net.html.

IF you would like to have a NET on the SkyHub Link system contact us for scheduling and information.

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Monday Nights, 8:30PM Rocky Mtn Radio League NET

449.450 disconnects from the SkyHub Links at 8:15PM, then combines with the RMRL’s 146.940

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Saturday 7PM MTN time, 9PM Eastern  449.625 Wires X Fusion

The America Link Wires X International NET 

The 449.625 KE0VH repeater is usually connected to Wires X Fusion room “AMERICA LINK” on Saturday evenings for this net.

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Sunday 1st and 3rd  evenings each month, 7:30pm Mountain time All linked repeaters.  The Scouting Net for the Denver area Council is on the Skyhublink system, all linked repeaters. George KAØBSA is NET control

The Denver Area Scout – Ham Radio Net meets on the first and third Sundays of each month at 7:30pm Mountain time on the SkyHubLink. This repeater is located on Squaw Mountain and has great coverage. The Denver Area Council (Denver Metro Area) recently acquired much of the Western Slope of Colorado.   It is a great way to keep in touch and hear about Scout activities like JOTA and other Radio/Scouting adventures.

This net is an opportunity for ham radio operators and Scouts and Scouters of all ages to get together and help promote Scouting. General announcements of upcoming Scout events in the area are welcome and all stations listening, whether registered Scouts or not, are invited to participate in this net.

George Weber – personal call KA0BSA

Trustee for KB0BSA; Denver Area Council Boy Scouts Amateur Radio Club.