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Ohio HF Emergency Preparedness Net

posted Sep 10, 2014, 6:44 AM by C. Matthew Curtin
Looking to increase your public service with amateur radio? Look into complementary activities! The ARRL's Field Organization is made up of two parts, the National Traffic System (NTS) and Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). The Central Ohio Traffic Net (COTN) is, of course, a part of the Ohio Section of NTS.

The Ohio HF Emergency Preparedness Net is conducted every Tuesday at 7PM local time on 3850 kHz (or nearby, to adjust for interference). You may have to move up or down the band if you do not hear them near that frequency. 

Please note the Net Control Station transmits from the State of Ohio Emergency Operations Center in Columbus.

Should you have any questions regarding the net, I encourage you to contact Team W8SGT at w8sgtohio@gmail.com.
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