A SAMPLE OF OUR NET COVERAGE

 

Kowabunga Net

This early morning weekday net has been on for almost five years now. Russell, KB9NSK has ran our primary morning gathering on the conference server. The Kowabunga Net meets every morning Monday through Friday every week of the year regardless of holidays. We are a very relaxed group who like to get together for a morning rag chew to 7:30 AM EST. Russell is still a mainstay net control after all of these years, hosting the nets on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Darryll,VO1UKZ is the host on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. If you too are an early bird, hopefully we will hear you on the Kowabunga Net on the Echolink DODROPIN conference server.

 

Friday Night Tech & Flying Pig Net

A mainstay on Friday nights is the Friday Night Tech Net hosted by Reg, VK6BQQ from down under in Australia. Fast approaching 20 years on the air, Reg has hosted this fantastic net every Friday night. The net originally began years ago in Canada and when Reg moved to Australia, he brought the net with him! The first part of the net is for technical matters and the second part is dedicated to anything related to aircraft or flying.  Both parts have a health dose of rag chew as well. This net runs between 2 and 4 hours. You can catch Reg every Friday evening at 8:00 PM on the Echolink DODROPIN conference server.

 

Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. Folks from all around the Anchorage area as well as the surrounding areas would check into the net. As the years went on and the Internet was born. Voice over internet protocol (VOIP) was created, soon IRLP, AllStar and Echolink was born. The Alaska morning net has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. The net runs 7 days a week  from 9 am to 11 am Alaska standard time (13:00 EST / 18:00 UTC). You can catch the net on the Echolink *DODROPIN* conference server.