From Daryl Stout@618:250/33 to All on Sun Jan 3 00:01:36 2021
You can find yours truly, Daryl Stout, WX4QZ, on this net today.
A list of all the nets that I can be found on during the week is
at https://www.theweatherwonder.com/elk.htm -- look for the link
that notes "Nets Where WX4QZ is Net Control".
Nets on The QuadNet Array utilize the modes of D-Star, DMR, WIRES, and
System Fusion, together on one site. Go to https://www.openquad.net for details, and connection options.
All times are in the US Time Zones. I normally start early checkins
30 minutes prior to the start of the net. If I am unable to make it,
due to weather, health, internet, or other issues, I will try to get a
backup Net Control.
Net Name: Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) Net.
Meets On: The QuadNet Array
Net Control: Daryl Stout, WX4QZ
Alternate Net Control: Mike Sturm, KA2E
Net Time: 5pm Eastern, 4pm Central, 3pm Mountain, 2pm Pacific
Comments: You do not have to be a member of the QCWA to check into
the net. However, if you were first licensed as an amateur radio
operator, anytime in the years 1995 (as of 2020) or earlier, and are
currently licensed, you can join the organization. Go to www.qcwa.org
for more details. The main requirement to checkin is being a licensed
amateur radio operator, with privileges to transmit on D-Star, DMR,
WIRES, System Fusion, or D-Rats.
On checkins, please advise if you are "short time". If that's the case,
once ackowledged, you can secure your station at your leisure. Methods
to checkin are as follows:
1) On the QuadNet Array, via D-Star, DMR, WIRES, or Fusion. Go to https://openquad.net for connection options.
2) Via the IM Utility with Netlogger (netlogger.org).
3) On the St. Tammany Ratflector (sttammany.ratflector.com) on D-Rats.
Thanks to Glen Strecker, KG5CEN, for the use of the ratflector.
Checkin methods 3, 4, and 5, will automatically be noted as "short time".
Howard County Emergency Amateur Radio (HEAR) Club D-Star Net
Meets On: D-Star Reflector 77A
Net Control: J.B. Davis, N5THS
Net Time: 9:30pm Eastern, 8:30pm Central, 7:30pm Mountain, 6:30pm Pacific Comments: This is a relatively new net out of Nashville in southwest
Arkansas. I am seeing if I can help with, or become Net Control, for it.