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During the COVID crisis a list of known club nets, and activities, is now being published on the West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society (WoSARS) web site. They have a table listing times and frequencies and this can be found at https://wosars.club/radio-nets/
The following clubs have submitted their activity details for GB2RS as follows:-
Club activities taking place daily:-
Ayr Amateur Radio Group has daily nets on 7.035MHz ± QRM at 10.15am, QSY to 7.065MHz for SSB; 145.450MHz at 10.30am; CW on 144.295MHz at 7.30pm, QSY to FM or SSB later.
Glenrothes & District Radio Club has open nets on Monday to Saturday at 10am on 3.790MHz On Tuesdays and Thursdays on there are also nets on 145.425MHz at 7:20pm. Supplemental to the VHF nets there will be morse training. Contact Tam on 07753 526 498.
Club Activities taking place on specific days:-
Ayr Amateur Radio Group has a CW net on 144.295MHz from 7pm and 145.450MHz FM at 7.30pm. Contact Derek, MM0OVD, on 0744 793 1941.
Stirling and District Radio Society are running a using the GB3FE repeater located at Stirling from around 10am.
Glasgow and Clyde RAYNET group are running a NET using the MB7IBH gateway at Dumbarton. Access is via EchoLink or on RF on 144.9625 MHz and the net is open to ALL from 8:00pm
Dundee ARC has a net via GB3AG from 7pm. Contact Martin, 2M0KAU, on 07763 708 933.
Kilmarnock & Loudoun Amateur Radio Club has a net from 2pm around 3.720MHz SSB, moving to around 3.540MHz for a CW net after the SSB net ends.
Mid Lanarkshire Amateur Radio Society has a net from 10pm on 28.475MHz.
Edinburgh & District Amateur Radio Club has a net on 433.525MHz FM at 8pm. Contact Norman, GM1CNH, on 07740 946 192.
Paisley Amateur Radio Club are running nets on Monday from 2000 on144.550 and Zello
Kilmarnock & Loudoun Amateur Radio Club has a net on 145.475MHz FM from 7.30pm
Paisley Amateur Radio Club at 2000 using DMR 4415
Mid Lanarkshire Amateur Radio Society has a net on DMR Scotland channel TG23550 from 8pm
Lothians Radio Society will be holding a net on 144.350MHz SSB at 8pm. All are welcome to join in. For further information please contact Andy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inverness & District Amateur Radio Society has it net from 8pm on 145.575MHz & GB7BI or GB7II slot 1 475. For details, email InvernessRadioSociety@gmail.com.
West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society has a net from 8pm on 433.425MHz. On Friday there’s a net on 145.425MHz also from 8pm. Details are at wosars.club.
Paisley Amateur Radio Club at 2000 on 144.550 and Zello and a Virtual Meeting on Zoom at 1930
Wigtownshire Amateur Radio Club has a net from 7pm on GB3DG. See www.gm4riv.org for other details.
The Lomond Club will be using MB7IBH on 144.9625MHz in the Dumbarton Area from 7:30 and they will be also connected on EchoLink using the same gateway
The Stirling Club has a net on GB3FE from 7pm.
Mid Lanarkshire Amateur Radio Society has a Zello net on the club channel, moving later to 2m FM using GB3KE and EchoLink. Details are at https://mlars.co.uk.
West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society has a net on 145.425MHz from 8pm. Details are at wosars.club.
Strathclyde Park Amateur Radio Club (SPARCS) runs a net from 1930 on 145.400 MHz also on the BATC channel from 2000hrs contact Bill MM0SFB for information.
Kilmarnock & Loudoun Amateur Radio Club has an online meeting. Contact Len Paget, GM0ONX, via email to email@example.com.
Finally a reminder that the list of active club nets is listed on the WoSARS website at https://wosars.club/radio-nets/. If you want to have your net listed or to report any changes to existing nets please contact Tony Miles MM0TMZ on address firstname.lastname@example.org or (07702)-134188 For any other Scottish news please send details to email@example.com and note that the deadline is 10am. On Thursday.