CW Net Timetable
NARC / Norfolk radio activity diary (Note all times are local and analogue voice unless stated)
Please let me have details of any other on-air nets or gatherings on any modes and frequencies so that we can help Norfolk stay connected and in company - my contact email address is below. Thank you!

General nets
Daily informal net: 08.30  145.450MHz (also other times during the day)
Waveney Wireless net MX0WRR, Daily at 0900 on 145.425MHz and Wednesdays at 20.30 on GB3NB (Brockdish Heritage project)
Friday NARC contest net: 20.00  145.250MHz
Sunday GB2RS news: 19.00  145.625MHz (GB3NB repeater)
Sunday Kings Lynn net by Ben 2E0TKK 19.00-20.00 on GB3KY and on Tuesdays 19.00-20.00 on 144.290MHz Vertical only
Useful repeaters
GB3NB: Input 145.025MHz: Output 145.625Mhz: CTCSS 94.8Hz: Mode FM Voice
GB7NM: Input 145.1375Mhz Output 145.7375 DSTAR / Fusion (Connected to REF 1C / Hubnet)
GB7ND: Input: 430.4125MHz Output 439.4125 MHz  DMR TG840 local Repeaters E Anglia Talk Group
GB3NR: Input 434.600Mhz Output 433.000Mhz CTCSS 94.8Hz: Mode FM Voice
GB3NZ: Input 145.000MHz: Output 145.600MHz: CTCSS 94.8Hz: Mode Narrow FM voice
UK ALL-STAR Subnet: 24 hours 145.600Mhz (via GB3NZ repeater - digital voice)
Morse Training GB2CW broadcasts
Mondays: Head copy class  with G3LDI on 145.250 at 1000
Tuesdays: Coffee Break Morse with G4CCX on 145.250 at 1000
Tuesdays: Beginners Morse at 25wpm with G3YLA on 145.625 at 2000
Thursdays: Coffee Break Morse with G4CCX on 145.625 at 1000
Thursdays: Advanced Morse with G3PDH on 145.625 at 2000

Club Championship Contests
Thursday 26th March: SSB
Monday 6th April: CW

Koblenz sked - monthly
Saturday April 11th 10am local - 7.135MHz + local talk in on 145.250MHz

Club evening net
We have had suggestions to arrange a regular club net to come back, especially at the moment when we dont meet.
Suggestions are Monday evenings as they used to be or Wednesday evenings when NARC LIVE! is not showing a talk. Please let us know what you think!
Over to you...
If you know of a Norfolk on air net, repeater or anything else you would like us to share so that others can join in company, please let us know and we will help publicise it.
(eg I thought there were regular 4m and 6m nets?)
73, David G7URP   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.