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TALARC Net Schedule

TALARC Net Schedule


75 METERS, EVERY SATURDAY, 3919 KHz, 2000 CST (0200 UTC) with Net Control, Art, KG4EYG [on temporary hold].

20 METERS, 2ND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH, 14.280 MHz, 1300 EST (1800 UTC) with Net Control, Bill, KI0CW, and Asst. Net Control, Everett, WA3DVO.

40 METERS, 3RD SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH, 7.243 MHz, 1700 EST (2200 UTC) or immediately following the Drake Technical Net. Terry, KE6RWB, will be Net Control from Phoenix.

 40 METERS, EVERY SUNDAY: The California American Legion Amateur Radio Service (CALARS) meets every Sunday on 7278 MHz at 2100 hours UTC (1300 PST). All TALARC members are welcome to check in. Dan Curry - K6DLC, American Legion Post 585, District 26 - Amateur Radio Coordinator.

IRLP/EchoLink NET:

The TALARC IRLP Net, for those of you with UHF/VHF and access to a local IRLP repeater, is held the second Saturday of each month at 1400 EST (1900 UTC).  NEW!  To add Echolink operability, we’ve moved to IRLP CHANNEL 9735. For Echolink users, you may connect using conference call sign *CROSSRDS* (aka 9735).

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PSK31 Net:

Steve, N1AB, in Orange, Calif., is hoping to establish a 20 meter PSK31 net for TALARC digital mode fans. He will be calling "CQ TALARC" at 2200 UTC daily (or as his schedule permits) on or around 14.070 MHz. Watch for him on your waterfall and keyboard your answer! PSK31 is a terrific mode. It is very robust, requires very little power (50 watts is like 2 KW on SSB) and is great fun. And don’t just use your macros in your QSOs. Have a good old ragchew. It’s like texting – only better!

If you have a questions or comments about the new PSK31 net Steve would like to hear from you directly at


The TALARC D-Star Net is held the 3rd Monday of every month at 0100 UTC (2100 EDT) on Reflector 001C. Net Control is Mark, W2UIS, from Rose Shelley Post 1034, Wallkill, N.Y.

As always, we look for opportunities to improve, so send your suggestions to the Ham Radio Forum at, or directly to