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Ohio Single Sideband Net Preamble:

 

     This is the Ohio Single Sideband Net, a part of the Ohio Section and affiliated with the National Traffic System.  We meet three times daily to handle traffic.  This is a directed net and net control will control the net.  Your net control is ______, my name    is ________, and I am located at _________.  Stations desiring to break the net, please use your call sign.”

 

            MORNING CALL UP                                                                                         

     EMERGENCY/PRIORITY TRAFFIC   

     MOBILES/RELAYS                                      

     8th REGION PHONE REP    

     DIGITAL REP                                  

     STATIONS WITH TRAFFIC   

     STATIONS WITH OR WITHOUT TRAFFIC      

 

            AFTERNOON CALL UP

 

     EMERGENCY/PRIORITY TRAFFIC                              

     MOBILES/RELAYS                                                 

     8th REGION PHONE REP                                           

     8th REGION CW REP 

     DIGITAL REP                                  

     STATIONS WITH TRAFFIC                                    

     STATIONS WITH OR WITHOUT TRAFFIC

 

 

NATIONAL TRAFFIC SYSTEM NETS (LOCAL TIME)                             

 

8th Region Phone (Early)  12:30   PM       7235 KHz

8th Region Phone (Late)     4:30   PM       7235 KHz

DEAN (MON-FRI)               2:30   PM     7220 KHz <<<  New..                         

DEAN (SAT, SUN) CW       2:30   PM     7050 KHz

8th Region CW  7:45 PM,    9:30   PM      3533 KHz

EAN CW                            8:30   PM     3670 KHz

EAN CW                            8:30   PM     3670 KHz

 

 

EVENING CALL UP

 

EMERGENCY/PRIORITY TRAFFIC

MOBILES/RELAYS

OUT OF STATE STATIONS WITH TRAFFIC

8TH REGION CW REP

DIGITAL REP

INDEPENDENT REP

AKRON, CANTON, MASSILON  

CINCINNATI, HAMILTON, MIDDLETOWN

CLEVELAND, CONNEAUT, SANDUSKY

COLUMBUS, CENTRAL OHIO

DAYTON, SPRINGFIELD, PIQUA

LIMA, VAN WERT, FINDLAY, WREN

MARION, MANSFIELD, WOOSTER

TIFFIN, TOLEDO, NORTHWEST OHIO

YOUNGSTOWN, WARREN STEUBENVILLE

ZANESVILLE, PORTSMOUTH, MARIETTA,

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, WEST UNION,  SOUTHEAST OHIO

STATIONS INSIDE THE STATE

STATIONS ANYWHERE

 

 

SECTION NETS 

 

OSSBN

10:30AM

4:15PM

6:45PM

 

3972.5KHz

 

 

    ALTERNATE FREQUENCY  75m  3968KHz

    ALTERNATE FREQUENCY  40m  7272KHz

 

BN  (CW NET)     6:45 PM, 10.00 PM   3577KHz

OSN (CW NET)            6:00 PM  3535.5KHz

This website is geared towards Amateur (Ham) Radio and even more so towards the National Traffic System portion of this great hobby

Amateur radio (also called ham radio) is defined as the use of designated radio frequency spectrum for purposes of private recreation, non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communication. The term "amateur" is used to specify persons interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without direct pecuniary (monetary) interest, and to differentiate it from commercial broadcasting, public safety (such as police and fire), or professional two-way radio services (such as maritime, aviation, taxis, etc.).