K1PQ Net Control Guide

Written originally by: KB1WEA - William Welsh -- June 29, 2017

K1PQ Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club

Net Control Guide (06-29-2017)

[18:55 - Pre-Net Message]

This is Amateur Radio Station K1PQ in Brownville, Maine, calling all Amateur Radio Stations and scanner listeners on this frequency. In approximately 5 minutes at 19:00 local time, this repeater, located on Stickney Hill, Brownville, Maine, transmitting on a frequency of 147.105 MHz, and licensed to Amateur Radio Station N1BUG, Paul Kelley, will be used for the call-up of the regular weekly on-the-air meeting of the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club.

This meeting is open to all Amateurs who wish to check-in , with or without traffic or comments; however, a 103.5Hz sub-audible tone must be used to access the repeater. Your Net Control at 19:00 local time will be <Your Callsign>, operating under the club callsign of K1PQ. My name is <Your Name> and my QTH is <Location>. <Your Callsign> Clear.

[9:00 Net Call-up]

This is Amateur Radio Station K1PQ, Net Control for the weekly on-the-air meeting of the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club. This is an informal net open to Radio Amateurs who wish to check-in with or without traffic or comments.

Scanner listeners may file signal reports to the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club in care of KB1WEA, Bill Welsh, Club Trustee -- 427 Downs Road -- Sebec, Maine 04481. You can also email us at k1pq (dot) parc (at) gmail (dot) com

Before we take check-ins, Is there any Emergency or Priority Traffic? ..... (Nothing heard) or (acknowledge traffic)

Any Routine Traffic? ...... (Nothing heard) or (acknowledge traffic)

At this time, I would like to invite stations to check-in. Please give your callsign, name, and location. This is <your name>, <callsign>, operating under the club callsign of K1PQ, looking for check-ins for the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club on-the-air meeting. Call K1PQ, net control.

Closing the Net

This is K1PQ concluding this session of the PARC on-the-air meeting, and returning the repeater to normal use. We would like to thank N1BUG, Paul Kelley, for the use of his repeater. During this net, we have had ___ check-ins and ____ minutes of air time.

<Your Callsign> Clear.


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