Regular Net Tuesday 1945 Local 3585.000 KHz USB Waterfall 1000 Hz Olivia 8-500
Check Blog for any weekly changes.
During extreme band conditons, the NCS may post a real time message in the blog to QSY so it a good practice to monitor the blogs for current information.
CHECKING IN TO OHDEN
We encourage the use of this syntax for checking into the net. We call the net by groups ofARES districts. When your district is called,make sure your transmit data is centered on theNCS waterfall
pattern. For consistency, place the string below in one of your programmed macrokeys of FLDIGI. The use of the standard syntax( including the comma delimeters) allows the NCS to quickly paste your
check in to their logging data base. The comma serves as a delimiter (i.e. CSV format) for separating the key data fieldsof the check in data base. The syntax belowwas developed after a
year of trying to balance quick check ins with enough info to make it meaningful; in all situations.
The standard check in syntax allows the NCS to keep net moving faster
and keep all information pertinent to the check in without reformatting it on the fly.
The standard minimum check in syntax for FLDIGI is:
<enter><enter> OHDEN de ,<Your_Call> , D#, County Abrev,
QTC or QRU , [optional items ], Your_Call, bt <RX>
The <enter> <enter> at beginning of each transmission serves as a separator on receiving endand makes the message always start on a new line. It is
especially important for Olivia to give the decoder something to chew on before serious data is sent. Failure to enter these end of line delimeters can cause the first few characters of your data to
be truncated to receiver.
See the OHDEN SOG for further information on passing traffic.
Alternate Fequencies See the OHDEN SOG in Members area.