3905 Century Club Net Schedule

Last Schedule Update:  28-Mar-2017

This is the Standard Time Schedule This is the Daylight Saving Time Schedule
the “local” time/day shown is based on your computer's time zone setting
Time Day Time Day Freq Net Coord Remarks (UTC)
SSB Nets
01:00 00:00 Daily Daily 7.2675 40m Early WF4H DO NOT interfere with the YLISSB
net, which runs before our net!

Alt Freq: 7.243
03:00 02:00 Daily Daily 3.902 75m Early WA9DIY Alt Freq: 3.898
03:00 03:00 Daily Daily 1.926 160m Early W9ROG Closed for the Season
Alt Freq: 1.933
05:00 04:00 Daily Daily 7.188 40m Late N5MIG Alt Freqs: 7.178,  7.208
06:00 05:00 Daily Daily 3.902 75m Late KG4ZOD Alt Freqs: 3.897,  3.895
07:30 06:30 Sat 1.926 160m Late WG0I Closed for the Season
17:00 17:00 Sat Sat 14.325 20m KG7BAN Alt Freq 14.285
10:30 09:30 Sun Sun 1.926 160m Late Late WG0I Closed for the Season
CW Nets
04:00 03:00 Sat 7.045 40m Late KM9U  
21:00 20:00 Sun 14.053 20m KM9U  
04:00 04:00 Mon 3.5475 80m Late AC7XF Closed for the Season
Net Reopens - Oct 2nd
03:00 02:00 Tue 7.045 40m Early KM9U  
03:00 02:00 Fri 3.5475 80m Early AC7XF  
04:00 03:00 Fri 1.818 160m Early K9EA Closed for the Season
2nd & 4th Friday
PSK Nets
(USB, approx 1500 Hz Offset - see helpful hints below)
19:00 19:00 Sat 14.0680 20m OPEN  
03:00 02:00 Wed 7.070 40m AD5XD 1st & 3rd Wednesday
04:00 03:00 Thu 3.572 80m AD5XD 1st & 3rd Thursday
(LSB, approx 2125 Hz Mark Tone - see helpful hints below)
21:00 21:00 Sat 14.084 20m OPEN  
03:00 02:00 Wed 7.084 40m AD5XD 2nd & 4th Wednesday
04:00 03:00 Thu 3.586 80m AD5XD 2nd & 4th Thursday
DST/STD time changes are shown in bold red.
A ZULU/LOCAL Time Conversion Table is available if needed.
None of the above nets will run without an NCS.
Please consider stepping up to run a net if there is no NCS scheduled
or if the scheduled NCS doesn't appear at the scheduled time.
Generally speaking, any NCS is better than no NCS.
A list of our Volunteer QSL Bureau Managers & the bureaus they manage is in our Club Officers listing.

Helpful Hints

RTTY uses LSB with AFSK tones of 2125 Hz mark and 2295 Hz space (170 Hz shift), 45 baud (60 wpm).
If you use FSK, tune 2.125 kHz lower, equivalent to zero beating the mark tone of an AFSK station tuned to
the specified net frequency.  If you must use USB, then invert your AFSK tones and tune 4.250 kHz lower.

PSK31 uses USB and signals will be found at about 1500 Hz offset in the waterfall display.  NCS should turn off
AFC in his/her software.  Set your freqency to the net frequency and then fine tune with your mouse and waterfall
display.  Do NOT use DSP, or adjust RIT or your VFO after you check in.  BPSK modulation is recommended.

CW nets (all of them) are very accommodating and will adjust to your sending speed when contacting you so
DO NOT send faster than you can receive comfortably.  CW nets may conduct housekeeping transmissions,
such as those involving relay stations, at much faster speeds for the sake of economy.


Changes to the schedule above are made promptly when the Webmaster is directly
of a change by the Net Coordinator for the affected net or by the Club President.
Please direct all net schedule and net-related concerns to the relevant Net Coordinator!

Please note that Net Control Stations will do their best to start nets on published frequencies, but all nets are +/- QRM.  There are times that you will find the nets in operation +/- a few kHz of the scheduled frequency if the frequency was in use and not relinquished by net time, or due to broadcast interference or QRM.  If a net cannot operate on the scheduled frequency, NCS will first try any published alternate frequency before looking for another clear frequency.  A notice should be posted to the 3905Checkins Email Group advising of delays or frequency changes, etc.

Ideally, if stations waiting on frequency for an NCS to appear don't hear one within a few minutes after the usual prelist/net start time, they should inquire on the net frequency to see if other stations are present.  If so and no NCS is present, someone should consider stepping forward and picking up NCS duty … otherwise there may be no net.  Generally speaking, any NCS is better than no NCS.

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