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N6NFI 145.230 Mhz Repeater

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N6NFI 145.230 Mhz Repeater

9AM Talk Net is an informal net that meets M-F at 9:00 AM. PARAA net is Monday at 8:30 PM. Kid's Net is Tuesday at 7:30 PM. FARS net is Thursday at 8:00 PM. Young Hams net is Saturdays at 2:00 PM.

Status: Offline till about Feb 8 due to moving. Will return soon.
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N6NFI repeater info:

145.230 -100.0

The N6NFI repeater is located in Palo Alto, Ca, near the Stanford University radiotelescope in Santa Clara County.

While this is a single repeater, it has a wide SF Bay Area coverage.

Many of those who use this repeater are in or from the computer tech industry.

This is a quality repeater to listen to. Family & tech oriented.

Click on the headding's for more info.

Welcome to the 9 A.M. Talk Net

The 9 Am Talk Net meets M-F at 9:00 AM

We are not affiliated with any club, do not have a set topic, and especially encourage new hams to check-in and ask questions. This web site was designed to supplement the 9 A.M. Talk Net by providing additional information and resources to net participants. 25 YEARS AND GOING STRONG! The 9 A.M. Talk Net started during the 1980's when friends met at 10:00 A.M. to help new hams. The tradition continues! 

PAARA - Monday Night Net and Swap

PAARA members meet and swp at Monday at 8:30 PM

Palo Alto Amateur Radio Association. "The Friendliest Club Around."

The purpose of the net is for the purpose of exchanging information among members of the Palo Alto Amateur Radio Association.

This net is open to all interested hams.

After the club QSTs have been given, it's time for the swap session.

FARS - Thursday Night Net

FARS members meet at Thursday at 8:00 PM

Foothills Amateur Radio Society.

The purpose of the net is to keep club members informed about club activities; to exchange other club-related information; and to socialize.

This net is open to all interested hams.

After the club QSTs have been given, it's time for the rag chew session. During this portion of the net each participant is encouraged to make a contribution. Use this time to relate stories or experiences of interest to hams.

CQ Young Hams...

The young net meets Saturdays at 2:00 PM

Talk with other young hams about radio, ham activities, about what excites you or present a challenge. Check-in to ask questions, learn more about our great hobby, make friends, and have FUN!

Our purpose is the encourage young hams to become more ham-radio-active and to educate them while making new friends, and having fun.