Club Nets

If you’re free this evening don’t forget about the Sunday Night CARS net. 8:00 pm every Sunday evening.  We meet on the 146.820 MHz repeater with a 162.2 Hz tone in analog mode.  Just an informal net to practice net procedures and to discuss whatever items of interest the participants Read More …

CARES Net Activation 

Due to the coming storm, Steve Nowak will bring up the Net tomorrow morning & will be monitoring the CARS Club Repeater on 146.820 mhz.  If possible please monitor this frequency if anything arises that may need attention or announcements for emergency traffic.  I hope everyone stays safe and warm Read More …

TCP/IP: Pings, POPs and KISSes

If you’re an active packeteer, sooner or later someone will bring up the subject of TCP/IP–Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. Of all the packet networking alternatives used on the air today, TCP/IP is the most popular. Despite its name, TCP/IP is more than two protocols; it’s actually a set of several Read More …

Hurricane Watch Net Activation

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED The Hurricane Watch Net will be activating today @ 5:00 PM EDT – 2100 UTC on our primary net frequency …of 14.325 MHz. Once activated, the net will remain in continuous operation until further notice. We plan to operate 14.325 MHz by day and 7.268 MHz by night. Read More …

Reminder: ARES Meeting this Saturday

Just a friendly reminder that this Saturday is our monthly ARES meeting at the CARS hamshack, 116 Reservation Road.  10:00 AM. Our ARES coordinator, Steve, KE8YN, wanted to remind all that we are needing volunteers especially for Net Control operators and administrative volunteers. If you like to use your ham Read More …