The National Weather Service and Collin County ARES are presenting Skywarn training Saturday January 20, 2018 at the Collin County McKinney Campus auditorium. The program is free. Registration starts at 8:00AM, the program begins at 8:30AM. You can skip the line by pre-registering at https://tinyurl.com/Collin-SKYWARN-2018
MARC sponsors three nets each week. All radio amateurs are invited to participate.
Sunday 8:00PM - General Information Net - we ask participants about their week in ham radio and their thoughts on a question of interest to the ham community. W5MRC repeater, 146.740 MHz, offset -0.600 MHz, tone 110.9 Hz.
Monday 8:00PM - Ladies Net - discussion of topics of interest to ladies. W5MRC repeater, 146.740 MHz, offset -0.600 MHz, tone 110.9 Hz.
Monday 8:30PM - Simplex net - see how far your VHF radio can go without a repeater along with general discussion. 146.540 MHz. Since this is simplex, no offset or tone are required.
Collin County Amateur Radio Emergency Service conducts two training nets each month. You do not need to be an ARES member to participate, all radio amateurs are welcome.
1st Sunday 9:00PM: K5PRK repeater, 147.180 MHz, offset +0.600 MHz, tone 107.2 Hz
3rd Sunday 9:00PM: W5MRC repeater, 146.740 MHz, offset -0.600 MHz, tone 110.9 Hz