The YL System Net is found daily on 14.332 MHz USB. It is a good first stop on 20 meters as you check propagation. You will find other Handiham members checking into the YL System Net, which is – in spite of its name – not only for “YL’s” – “young ladies”. It is actually a fellowship net and everyone is welcome. It operates every day of the year.
MIDCARS provides travel assistance on 7.258 MHz LSB. This is a very active frequency year-round as the net has a wide geographic footprint in the USA Midwest.
SOUTHCARS, the South Coast Amateur Radio Service, provides regular scheduled nets, traffic information, and more on 7.251 MHz and has a large VoIP presence as well. There are two websites:
- Main website with net mission and information: http://southcars.com/main/
- VoIP website with schedule and links to VoIP applications:http://voip.southcars.com/main/
PICONET is on 3.925 MHz. It is on daily except Sundays, and you will find HF-savvy Handiham members checking in.
- You can find out more about PICONET on the PICONET website,http://www.piconet3925.com.
Breakfast Club Net is found on 3.973 MHz every morning from 4:00 AM to 8:00 AM USA Central Time. Anyone can check in to this friendly social net to have a cup of coffee with your ham radio buddies and if you want, you can even be a club member. An amateur may qualify for membership in the Breakfast Club by checking into the net 10 times, not necessarily consecutive or in any particular time period.
- Breakfast Club has a website: http://www.hamdata.com/bc.html