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ARNewsline Net

ARNewsline

The best source of amateur radio news is Amateur Radio Newsline The best place to hear it is of course on the ARNewsline Net Every Saturday night at 2100 Eastern on Echolink at the *DoDropIn* #355800 Check in to the net Listen to the news Hang around after for good chat.

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TECHNOLOGY ROUNDTABLE

*DODROPIN* TUESDAY NIGHT TECHNOLOGY ROUNDTABLE Everyone is welcome to join me, Darryll, VO1UKZ for The Tuesday Night Technology Roundtable Net. We get things started at 8pm EST every Tuesday night. We start with a recorded section for the first 15 mins that contains our info and announcements for the week. We are always looking for contributors to the recorded section in the form of a 3 to 5 min MP3 or WAV file consisting of yourself talking about something tech related. Doesn't have to be Ham Radio Related. As long as it's tech related, it's all good. Hope to hear you all out there at 8pm EST Tuesday Nights!

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Ham Nation After Show Net

Ham Nation is an internet tv show about amateur radio and is hosted by Bob Heil K9EID, Gordon West WB6NOA, Leo Laporte W6TWT, and George Thomas W5JDX. Their topics range from the basics that capture the beginners attention all the way up to topics that will keep you ole timers glued to the monitor. Join us on the *DODROPIN* Echolink conference server every Wednesday night at 2200hrs est for the Ham Nation After Show Net. If you haven't seen this show, you're missing a lot and you need to tune them in at twit.tv and see what all the talk is about. Immediately following the show, connect to *DODROPIN* at node number 355800 for the Ham Nation After Show Net on Echolink and catch our new NCS, Dave N3NTV, calling the net and leading the big roundtable discussion afterwards.



NFARL Tech Talk

This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30 p.m. local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine. The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth. Here's how to get set up to participate in the net: Be at a computer from which you can Google information. Open a separate tab for the NFARL chat room hosted at NFARL.DODROPIN.ORG. Tune your radio to 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz or log into 145.47 repeater ECHOlink node 560686 (NF4GA-R). For more on EchoLink, visit our ECHOlink Overview page. Check in when the net opens by saying your name, call-sign, and location. Please join this exciting net each week.