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No More HF - what About VHF?



Thanks to everyone who responded to my previous question.  I know some VHF 
nets are running, but here is a list of those I don't know the status of.

                                 Local
Area                    Day     Time    Frequency
====                    ===     ====    =========
AR-LA-TX QCWA Net       Mon     1930    146.670 MHz
Central CA (Fresno)     Sun     2000    146.940 MHz
Central NY              Mon     2000    146.880 MHz
Central OH              Sun     2000    145.490 MHz
Colorado                Wed     2000    147.225, 224.980, 145.460, 145.160 MHz
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX    Wed     1945    147.140 MHz
Detroit, MI             Sun     2000    145.330, 224.580, 442.800, 1282.050 MHz
Harrisburg, PA          Sun     2000    145.210 MHz
Kansas                  Sun     2000    145.190 MHz
Long Island, NY         Tue     2000    147.075 MHz
Los Angeles, CA         Thu     1900    145.320 MHz CTCSS 114.8 Hz
Portsmouth, NH          Thu     2000    146.805 MHz
Saco, ME                Sun     2000    146.775 MHz
SW Ohio                 Tue     2000    145.110 MHz
Tucson Area, AZ         Wed     1900    146.880 MHz
Waltham, MA             Thu     2030    146.640 MHz
Washington, DC Area     Mon     2000    146.350 MHz

If you know the status of any of these nets are specific to AMSAT please 
let me know?

73,

Emily



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