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Date Category Description
 4/9/2010 Nets
ARES Procedures
Yolo County ARES Net
The Yolo ARES net meets Monday night at 8:00 PM on the KE6YUV repeater- 146.970 MHz negative offset with a P.L. in 123.0


 4/9/2010 Nets
Radio Clubs
UC Davis: Safety Services- Be Part of UC Davis Amateur Radio
The UC Davis Amateur Radio Club holds a net on Mondays at 12:30 p.m. on the K6JRB repeater, 145.450 MHz - CTCSS 203.5, located on the UC Davis campus.
 4/9/2010 Nets
Radio Clubs
Yolo Amateur Radio Society (YARS) - Weekly Net
Once a week, members of YARS and other amateur radio operators are invited to participate in a net. The net convenes on Mondays beginning at 8:30 p.m. on the K6MVR repeater, 147.000 - CTCSS 136.5, located on Mt. Vaca, above Vacaville.
 4/9/2010 Nets BARK Sunday Night Net
7:30 PM B.A.R.K. Sunday night net.
 12/27/2003 ARES/RACES Groups
Nets
Oregon Emergency Net
The Oregon Emergency Net meets twice daily on or near 3980 kHz at 1800 local and at 1900 local.

All Amateur Radio operators holding a General or above license are welcome to check in.
 12/14/2003 ARRL
Nets
National Traffic System Methods and Practices Guidelines
The working reference manual on Traffic Net and Message Handling Procedures in the NTS.
 12/13/2003 Nets
Emergency Communications
National Radio Emergency Network
National Radio Emergency Network (NREN) is designed to provide a 24-hour emergency communications capability for fixed, portable, or mobile stations. In particular, NREN is designed to facilitate quick and efficient message delivery at times when scheduled nets are not in session or when traffic must quickly flow outside the service area of a scheduled net, such as during an emergency operation.
 12/13/2003 Nets
Emergency Communications
Pacific Area Traffice Nets
Listing of HF and VHF traffic nets in the western United States. Also contains a link to the ARRL Net Directory.