Nets

The Isle of Wight Radio Society runs two FM nets on the GB3IW repeater (433.225MHz output, 434.825MHz Input). 

 

Nets 

The Isle of Wight Radio Society runs two FM nets on the GB3IW repeater (433.225MHz output, 434.825MHz Input). 

The Thursday Night Net (TNN) was founded by Craig (2E0FQH) in  2016.  It runs for an  hour, starting at 20:00 GMT.  The net is directed and open to all amateurs and is often seeded by the net controller with a pre-determined topic.  Echolink is welcome.  Audio recordings are available over the internet with a live video feed for those not yet qualified.  The main controller is Bill (2E0WGK), plus Misty the cat on facebook.

The Society has replaced its weekly gathering with a Friday Night Joint Club Net, starting at 19:30 for 90 minutes.  This is a venture with the Fort Purbrook Amateur Radio Club who normally gather on the repeater at this time.  This net is directed, and alternating controllers are Peter (2E1PHW) for the Society and Graham (M0CYX) for Purbrook.

Other Nets

The Breakfast Club – weekdays from 06:15 to 07:00 (approx.) on GB3IW.  The controller Peter (2E1PHW).

The C4FM Confusion Net  – Sunday evenings on the GB7PO Repeater: Output: 439.7375 MHz, Input: 430.7375MHz.  (DN, DG-ID TX:10) Access also from GB7MT. The controller is Peter (2E1PHW and the net runs from 20:00 BST to 22:00 BST.

The Waterside Net runs daily throughout the year on 2m 145.525MHz starting at 07.55 BST.

The Brighstone Top Band net, at 15:30 BST on1.950+- MHz AM, Sundays.

A Top Band Net can be heard on Tuesday 12:00 BST 1940 kHz, LSB.

Learning CW, Rod G4ZUP teaches CW at the club on Friday evenings.

Contact us

Graham Coleman M5IIT

Club Secretary

07976 328016

iowradsoc@gmail.com

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