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  Topic: Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society Net (8 replies)
#1     Sat Oct 28, 2006 11:20 am
G0DNI
Shrewsbury, UK
 
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Subject: Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society Net

The "real world" RAFARS net runs on 3.710 MHz. If the QsoNet fequency was clear, this might be a good place for a CQ call?
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#2     Sat Oct 28, 2006 12:18 pm
G1LKJ
Ash Vale, Surrey, UK
 
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Hi G0DNI I am also RAFARS 4454 but not active on Royal Airforce Amateur Radio Society nets, not ex RAF either.

Phil.
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#3     Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:12 pm
G0DNI
Shrewsbury, UK
 
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Phil,

I've recently returned to the airwaves after a long time as a listener only. The evening net at 1830L is good value, but I only get on every now and then due to equipment/antenna issues. I look forward to catching you on QsoNet.

Gary

RAFARS 3968
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#4     Tue Oct 31, 2006 5:39 pm
G4WIL
Wigan
 
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Hi all, Im a lapsed member of rafars No 1945.
Hope see you on qsonet
John Wilkinson.
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#5     Mon Nov 06, 2006 10:29 am
G0SDD
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Subject: RAFARS NET

Hi I'm also ex RAFAR'S 3435. I look forward to joining you on a CQ QSONet. Chris James
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#6     Mon Nov 06, 2006 11:19 am
G0DNI
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How about trying to get together on Wednesday evening at say 2000 GMT on 3.710 MHz QsoNet. If busy then step up .001 at a time until there is a free channel?

We probably don't need a net controller, but I'll give a call at 2000 - if you don't hear me, one of you give a call and we'll make it up as we go on :D

As per the "real" RAFARS net, all callers are welcome to join in, not just RAFARS/Ex RAFARS members.
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#7     Thu Nov 09, 2006 5:18 am
G0DNI
Shrewsbury, UK
 
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Subject: Re: RAFARS NET


G0SDD wrote:
Hi I'm also ex RAFAR'S 3435. I look forward to joining you on a CQ QSONet. Chris James


Chris,

Thanks for the contact last night on the "unofficial" RAFARS net. Hopefully we will get more RAFARS/Ex RAFARS members joining in as they hear about QsoNet.

There was certainly no way that the normal 80m net was going to work last night due to very poor conditions. I heard the net controller and one other - quite a difference to normal when I can usually hear all 18 or so stations :!:
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#8     Mon Nov 13, 2006 12:23 pm
G7JPN
Wolverhapton, West Midlands. UK
 
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Hi

Have just joined QsoNet and hope to join in the RAFARS Net on Wednesday nights.

Mike
G7JPN
RAFARS Gen. Sec.
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#9     Mon Nov 13, 2006 1:42 pm
G0DNI
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G7JPN wrote:
Hi

Have just joined QsoNet and hope to join in the RAFARS Net on Wednesday nights.

Mike
G7JPN
RAFARS Gen. Sec.


Mike,

Welcome to QsoNet - I'll be on this Wednesday, speak to you then :)
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