Our net begins at 11:00 pm Pacific time on the Win System IRLP reflector 9100 and Allstar hub 2560 (or 2353) which is the hub for many regularly linked repeaters plus visitors covering 16 states and 4 other countries. The net usually lasts 1 hour.
Our net is now in its 38th year (as of 2018) of non-stop fun 365 days a year. Thanks to the West Coast Amateur Radio Club in Southern California who started this net on simplex. But this limited the net to an average of 10 participants. When Terry N6WI and Shorty K6JSI started using high-level remote sites the count started to increase. Now we have an average of 100 check-ins per night. If you would like to receive the questions each night via email click here and follow the directions. You will normally receive the questions from 1 hour to several minutes before the net starts each night.
You are welcome to join the Technical Net on Friday evenings at 7 pm Pacific time. Where? The same Bat Reflector, IRLP 9100 and Allstar 2560.