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Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association [SARA]

Established: January, 1958 an ARRL Affiliated Club since 1961

"Whiskey 8 Quack Quack Quack"

Meets at: James P. Capitan Center, Lower Level; 149 E. Corunna Ave.; Corunna, MI 48817 Monthly: 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 PM

Club station located in the James P. Capitan Center - Lower Level.
IARU: 2 Grid Square EN72wx   Latitude: 42.9819 N   Longitude: -84.1164 W   Alitude: 760 ft.

Contact us at:   SARA / W8QQQ <Email>

You're invited to a club meeting!  7:00 PM the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Corunna, MI.


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Net Frequencies Information ~ MI Based


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    HF Emergency Frequency for Michigan is 3932 kHz

    {or 7232 kHz or 1.892 Mhz as required}

Others frequencies can be announced!   Also, try searching: for additional information during emergency events.

Shiawassee County Skywarn/ARES Net

Every Monday at 7:00 PM (local) on the N8DVH Analog 147.020 +0.600 (100 Hz pl) repeater we have a county wide net. Please check in!

W1AW & Net Frequencies ~ MI Based

W1AW's Phone Bulletin & CW Practice Frequencies:

Listen to W1AW's phone bulletin 0145 UTC on 1.855, 3.990, 14.290, 18.160, 21.390, 28.590, and 50.350 MHz (SSB), as well as on 7.290 MHz (full-carrier, double sideband AM), and on 147.555 MHz (FM simplex). There are CW, Digital transmissions as well. The CW practice transmissions are very popular for those wanting to learn and improve their CW skill sets. See the W1AW operating schedule for full details.

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Michigan Section ARPSC Net Scheduling:

The Michigan ARPSC Net meets each Sunday at 1700 local time near 3.932 MHz. If conditions warrant, the net will meet near 7.232 MHz. These are the designated Michigan Emergency Frequencies. 1.932 is also a designated Emergency Frequency, but at 1700 local time it is unlikely that conditions would require that frequency.

Net control duties rotate among the various districts with a member of the section staff assuming net control duties on the first Sunday of each month. See MI-ARPSC Net Control Schedule


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Nets for CW, Emergency, MARS and NTS

Click the name and it will take you to a Net's "WEB Site", for further information.
MI-ARPSC NET -- ARPSC Net (Sunday @ 17:00 local ~ 3.932 MHz or 7.232/1.932 if Req'd)  
MI-Section NETs -- Michigan ARRL Section NETs
ARRL NET DIRECTORY -- ARRL Net Directory Search... Start a search from here!
National Traffic System -- From Westchester County, NY
National Traffic System History -- Yep - What it says ;>)
CW Nets -- FISTS Net
CW Nets -- From The 3905 Century Club
RTTY Nets -- From The 3905 Century Club>
U.S. Coast Guard -- USCG Amateur Radio Net>


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Public Service Activities and Section Traffic/ARPSC Nets

All times local (MI), however note that NET time/frequency adjustments may be necessary due to propagation changes. Contact the net manager for alternate frequencies and/or times.

BandNet NameFreq. InformationTime
HF MACS - MI Amateur Communications System 3.952 MHz1000 Daily
HF UPN - Upper Peninsula Net 3.921 MHz1700 Daily; Sunday=noon
HF MIARPSC - MI Amateur Radio Public Service Corps 3.921 MHz1700 Sunday
HF QMN - The Michigan Net 3.563 MHz1830 & 2200 Daily
HF MITN - MI Traffic Net 3.952 MHz1900 Daily
HF Digital  MIDTN - MI Digital Traffic Net 3.583 MHz (Olivia 8/500)2000 Tu, Th, Sat
D-Star MIADS - MI ARES D-Star Net Reflector 24A2000 Monday
HF D8EN - District 8 Emergency Net 3.909 Wed 2000 3.909 MHz2000 Wednesday
HF GLETN - Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net 3.932 MHz2000 Daily
VHF MVTN - MI VHF Traffic Net IRA Link System2100 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
VHF NLEUP - Northern Lower & Eastern UP Net 146.64-1830 Daily
VHF SEMTN - SE MI Traffic Net 146.76-2215 Daily
VHF TMMTN - Thumb Mid-Michigan Traffic Net 147.3+2130 Mon~Sat

See Michigan Section NTS site for additional information.

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