NEXT MEETING IS JANUARY 18 at 1900. SEE DETAILS ON HOME PAGE
Here we will list events where radio operators can participate in various events utilizing their skills and equipment in order to support various organizations.
The DFW Metroplex Traffic Net is a local affiliate of the ARRL’s National Traffic System. The purpose is to move NTS radiogram traffic into and out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area through the NTS, and to provide training for amateurs interested in traffic handling. All licensed amateur stations are welcome and encouraged to participate.
1830-1900 Daily W5FC Repeater, 146.88 MHz, PL 110.9
2230-2300 Daily WA5CKF Repeater, 146.72 MHz, PL 110.9
As an independent net and member of the National Traffic System (NTS), the net passes radio traffic into and out of the state of Texas via Amateur Radio.
0830-0930 Mon.-Sat. 7.285 khz
1830-1930 Mon.-Sat. 3.873 khz
The 7290 Traffic Net is an independent, public service traffic net operating on or about 7.290 khz, and has been in continuous operation since 1953, handling formal written traffic, informal messages and operating extended sessions during emergencies or special needs.
1000-1200 Mon.-Sat. 7.290 khz
1300-1400 Mon.-Fri. 7.290 khz
(No nets on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years)
The Texas Slow Net meets daily at 7:45 PM local time, on 3570 KHz +/- QRM. TSN is a traffic handling training net. All stations licensed for the frequency are welcome to participate.
TSN is well suited for operators who are interested in building proficiency in the International Morse Code and learning about handling procedures in CW traffic nets. During each session, a traffic handling lesson in the form of a radiogram is sent to all participants.
1945 Daily 3.570 khz +/- QRM
TEX, The Texas CW Net. An Independent Net not affiliated with the ARRL.
1900 Daily 3.541 khz
2200 Daily 3.541 khz
A more thorough list of nets can be found on the NTX Section site on the ARRL web site -- https://www.arrlntx.org/national-traffic-system/traffic-nets