Calendar

Jun
27
Thu
Sonoma County Fusion Net
Jun 27 @ 7:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Fusion Net – Thursdays 7:00pm

Join us every Thursday evening for our Yaesu System Fusion net.  See the Weekly Blog or the Fusion page on this website for the current repeater frequency and more information.  We use Wires-X Room K6SON-ROOM #80798.

The purpose of this net is to practice using and learning about Fusion for Amateur Radio Operators, as well as provide other news of interest to radio amateurs. We also usually have a weekly question which provides a fun way to discuss other radio and non-radio topics.

Jun
29
Sat
Giro Bello Bicycle Event @ O'Reily Media
Jun 29 @ 6:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Jul
2
Tue
Tuesday Net
Jul 2 @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sonoma County Radio Amateurs’ net meets Tuesday at 7:00 PM on the SCRA repeater, 147.315, positive offset, PL 88.5

All members and guests are invited to check in. The Net includes updates on SCRA activities, and Newsline, the amateur radio community news service.


Anyone wishing to work as net control should contact Iola, KK6HRE, at iolabeckley@att.net for assignment.  Script and logs are available on the Website at http://sonomacountyradioamateurs.com/wp/resources/net-script/

Joe, K6AWA, conducts a 10 meter Net beginning at 8:00 PM on Tuesday on 28.403 Mhz. This is in the Technician portion of the band and all amateurs can participate for an informal introduction to High Frequency Radio and talk radio.

Ragchew Net
Jul 2 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Chuck, WA6VAG, net control station for the new SCRA ragchew net, approved by the Board of Directors on August 10, which will have its next session at a new time this Tuesday at 8:00PM on the repeater. This will be a moderated ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly and informal atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends and will use a “round robin” format.  As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams to join us. Roundtable ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules).  Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net.  Check-ins will be taken based the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A/H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I/P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q/Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

Looking forward to hearing from many stations this Sunday evening.

Best 73
Chuck
WA6VAG

10M Net
Jul 2 @ 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM

10 Meter Net

There will be a net on 10 meters hosted by Gary N2BBB at 9:00pm following the regular SCRA net and Ragchew Net Tuesday nights.

Set your dial to 28,410.00 SSB, USB.

Please note that all license classes (including technician) are welcome.

Jul
3
Wed
Monthly Membership Meeting @ Zoom meeting
Jul 3 @ 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Regular Membership Meeting ~

6:30pm Social

7:00 Meeting

We meet both in person and via Zoom.
Via Zoom (at 7:00): Check the SCRA weekly blog or Short Skip for the link.
In person:
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center
2050 Yulupa Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA

We love to serve snacks at our meetings.  We also love to keep our budget low so funds go to infrastructure items.  So please consider a donation towards our meeting snacks.


Snack Donation



Jul
4
Thu
Sonoma County DMR Net
Jul 4 @ 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM

DMR LogoDMR Net – Thursdays 6:30pm

Join us on the fastest growing digital voice mode every Thursday at 6:30pm Pacific Time! We meet on the BrandMeister talk group 31707 (Sonoma County). It is open to any amateur radio operator that can get on DMR. Whether that’s a DMR handheld, mobile or even an AMBE 3000 USB key fob running BlueDV, we want to hear from you!

If you have a common Chinese DMR radio, we probably have a code plug on this site that gets you there!

Randy AA6RH is the usual net control operator, though he is trying to grow the pool of net control operators for this net. We look forward to seeing you on the talk group!

Sonoma County Fusion Net
Jul 4 @ 7:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Fusion Net – Thursdays 7:00pm

Join us every Thursday evening for our Yaesu System Fusion net.  See the Weekly Blog or the Fusion page on this website for the current repeater frequency and more information.  We use Wires-X Room K6SON-ROOM #80798.

The purpose of this net is to practice using and learning about Fusion for Amateur Radio Operators, as well as provide other news of interest to radio amateurs. We also usually have a weekly question which provides a fun way to discuss other radio and non-radio topics.

Jul
9
Tue
Tuesday Net
Jul 9 @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sonoma County Radio Amateurs’ net meets Tuesday at 7:00 PM on the SCRA repeater, 147.315, positive offset, PL 88.5

All members and guests are invited to check in. The Net includes updates on SCRA activities, and Newsline, the amateur radio community news service.


Anyone wishing to work as net control should contact Iola, KK6HRE, at iolabeckley@att.net for assignment.  Script and logs are available on the Website at http://sonomacountyradioamateurs.com/wp/resources/net-script/

Joe, K6AWA, conducts a 10 meter Net beginning at 8:00 PM on Tuesday on 28.403 Mhz. This is in the Technician portion of the band and all amateurs can participate for an informal introduction to High Frequency Radio and talk radio.

Ragchew Net
Jul 9 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Chuck, WA6VAG, net control station for the new SCRA ragchew net, approved by the Board of Directors on August 10, which will have its next session at a new time this Tuesday at 8:00PM on the repeater. This will be a moderated ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly and informal atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends and will use a “round robin” format.  As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams to join us. Roundtable ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules).  Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net.  Check-ins will be taken based the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A/H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I/P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q/Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

Looking forward to hearing from many stations this Sunday evening.

Best 73
Chuck
WA6VAG