The Main Portion of the Miami-Dade Emergency Net
Hello all stations, hello all stations, hello all stations this is _____________ (Call sign) opening the Main Portion of the Miami-Dade Emergency Net for Wednesday _________________(Date).
The purpose of this net is to determine which stations will be available in the event of an emergency and, to train stations in proper net procedures. This net is affiliated with the RACES program and club membership is not required to participate in these nets.
This net is a directed net, all traffic will go through the net control station. In the event of failure of the repeater, please switch to the output frequency and operate simplex
Emergency traffic can be indicated by calling “break, break” and then stating
the nature of the traffic when net control acknowledges.
The zone nets are as follows, and all nets start promptly at 7pm for the zone nets net at 7:30pm for the main net
Main Net 146.925 pl 94.8 1930 – 2000
Aire wide Red Cross Net 146.925 pl 94.8 1900 – 1930
Coral Gables Tuesday 147.150 pl 94.8 1900 – 1930
Everglads R C Tuesday 146.635 pl 94.8 1930- 2000
Simplex Net 146.520 1900- 1930
UHF Countywide Net is 444.200 pl 94.8 1900 -1930
VHF SSB Net 144.210 USB 1900 -1930
All Stations stand by for a roll call of the Zone Nets:
Red Cross Net
VHF SSB Net
This concludes the roll call of the Miami-Dade County Zone nets.
Are there any stations who have not checked into any zone nets?
At this time are there any bulletins or announcements for the net
All stations stand by for the information stations.
ARRL information station
The ARRL Public Information (PIO) Officer – Marty/KI4IQZ
Saturday information nets – Harry N3HN /
Skywarn – WX0WX Donald P. Morris / NHC
This concludes the Miami-Dade Emergency Net for _____(Day/Date)______________ .
Our appreciation goes to the group in charge of this repeater and, we will now be returned to normal use.
This is ____________ (call sign) clear.