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Net Control station – Bill, KI0CW – conducted the TALARC 20 Meter Net on 14.280 MHz on Saturday, Sept. 13, at 1700 UTC. There were 20 check-ins, including Net Control. Stations that checked in included: W3SA, KI6DL, K3TJD, KE5CHX, KV4PU, N2NDJ, KI4WJR, K4PTF, W5MPL, KW5P, KJ9M, KK4SWV, K8FZY, N7BKE, W7UT, WB7USM, KG5DPZ, W4SJE and WB5CKO.
Following announcements, the net was closed at 1728 UTC. Band conditions were much less than favorable. Thanks to all for checking into the TALARC 20 Meter HF Net.

73,
Bill, KI0CW

Net Control Station NZ9S conducted the monthly net on IRLP channel 9735, EchoLink CROSSRDS Conference, on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. The net began at 1401 ET (1800 UTC) and concluded at 1440 ET (1840 UTC). There were 11 check-ins, of which approximately half were conducted via EchoLink:

Net Control station – Bill, KI0CW – conducted the TALARC 20 Meter Net on 14.280 MHz on Saturday, August 9, at 1700 hours. There were 33 check-ins, including Net Control. Stations that checked in included:
K9PMV, KC7CCK, N7UT, W3SA, KD8UNM, K3JWR, K5KDB, K3CZM, W7LBN, KK4FXV, KE8ZZ, W2YN, WA5FU, KC2PQI, KA3RDA, W5JAV, W1DGG, KB3BHC, N0CHN, KE4TP, N3HMG, WA0BDF, WB9OKO, K4JPF, N3XMQ, KI4NSP, KD4KOC, NC3O, KD4OKR, N9JAR, K6NQY and N6VOL.
Following announcements, the net was closed at 1813 UTC. Thanks to all for checking into the TALARC 20 Meter HF Net.

Net Control Station NZ9S conducted the monthly Saturday IRLP/Echolink net on the Crossroads Reflector, channel 9735, on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Echolink users participated by connecting to the CROSSRDS conference via *CROSSRDS* (aka 99735.) The net began on schedule at 1400 EDT (1800 UTC) and concluded at 1418 EDT (1818 UTC). There were 14 check-ins, including Net Control:

Net Control station – Bill, KI0CW – conducted the TALARC 20 Meter Net on 14.280 MHz on Saturday, July 12, at 1700 hours. There were 10 check-ins, including Net Control. Stations that checked in included:
KK5GK, AC8KO, KB3BH, KJ9M, K4HPS, W5JAV, K7DP, AC9HU and N0EGU.
Following announcements, the net was closed at 1728 UTC. Band conditions were much less than favorable. Thanks to all for checking into the TALARC 20 Meter HF Net.

73,
Bill, KI0CW

Net Control station – Bill, KI0CW – conducted the TALARC 20 Meter Net on 14.280 MHz on Saturday, June 14, at 1700 hours. There were 23 check-ins. Stations that checked in included:

AC8KO, KK5GK, KJ9M, W7UT, KK5AN, KB3BHC, KE5WXL, W2CST, K5KDB, KV4PU, WD4MRT, N5TWW, K7DP, KD2DMR, W5JAN, KT4SS, KX2AB, W2VLT, KC7ICN, N9NIC, KB8DUX, kA1OPD and KK5GK.

Following announcements, the net was closed at 1745 UTC. Thanks to all for checking into the TALARC 20 Meter HF Net.

73,
Bill, KI0CW

Net Control Station W9MNA conducted the monthly net on IRLP channel 9735, EchoLink CROSSRDS Conference, on Saturday, June 14, 2014. The net began on schedule at 1400 ET (1800 UTC) and concluded at 1437 ET (1837 UTC). We had a great showing with 20 check-ins, of which six were conducted via EchoLink. This is the best IRLP net we’ve conducted to date.
Don’t forget, we conduct this net every second Saturday of the month at 2 p.m. ET (1400), 1800 UTC. Please join us on July12 for the next IRLP/Echolink net.

TALARC 20 Meter net report for May 10

Net Control Bill, KI0CW, called the American Legion Amateur Radio HF monthly net at 1700 UTC. Check-ins included:
KB3GYN, WA7GCS, N9WFT, KC9IPK, KC7UMM, KD8VMD, AC8QJ, N2ROD, N2JUG, N0CLS and KJ9M.

Net Control Station NZ9S conducted the monthly net on IRLP channel 9735, EchoLink CROSSRDS Conference, on Saturday, April 12, 2014. The net began on schedule at 1400 ET (1800 UTC) and concluded at 1429 ET (1829 UTC). There were 18 check-ins, of which approximately half were conducted via EchoLink.
NZ9S, Bill, Net Control
W9WMJ, Marty, Indianapolis
KJ9M, Joe, Carmel, IN
K9DC, Dave, Indianapolis, IN
K9SYK, Dwight, Avon, IN
W9MNA, Mike, Cumberland, IN
K6FCC, Khalil, Beverly Hills, CA
WA2VFK, Lee, Mantua, NJ

HF Net report
Sat. 09 Feb. 2014
14.310 MHz
NCS KI0CW, Bill
Net commenced 1700 UTC
Net terminated 1800 UTC
Despite less than favorable conditions (poor propagation and heavy QRM from QSO party traffic), 11 stations successfully checked into this month’s 20 meter net. Several were “first timers” and we welcome them to the TALARC band of brothers.
Submitted by Bill Huntimer, 11 Feb. 2014
Stations logged were:
WB9ETS - Charles, Hillsboro, Ind.
WA6NAB - Rich, Duncan, Okla.
WY7RM - Roland, Stillwater, Okla.

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