10-10 International - Arizona Desert Chapter - Net


Your Net Control this Sunday Dec 11, 2022 is Ron McKee, AJ7T.

2022 - 1st Quarter Average ins: 34.15

2022 - 2nd Quarter Average ins: 33.62

2022 - 3rd Quarter Average ins: 32.38

2022 - 4th Quarter ins:

Date Net Ctrl ins Qtr Avg
Oct 02 Art 39 39.00
Oct 09 Ron 28 33.50
Oct 16 John 30 32.33
Oct 23 Jeff 31 32.00
Oct 30 JD 34 32.40
Nov 06 Art 30 32.00
Nov 13 Ron 38 32.86
Nov 20 John 33 32.88
Nov 27 Jeff 35 33.11
Dec 04 Art 40 33.80
Dec 11 Ron
Dec 18 John
Dec 25 Jeff

Please join us on our net held every Sunday evening at 18:00 Mountain Standard Time, (Monday morning at 01:00 UTC). The net frequency is

28.445 MHz, upper sideband.

Here is the regular weekly Net Control schedule:
NOTE: 5th Sundays occur Jan 30, May 29, Jul 31, and Oct 30, 2022
1st Sunday: Art Hoffman - W7ART
2nd Sunday: Ron McKee - AJ7T
3rd Sunday: John Jacques - KD8PC
4th Sunday: Jeff Ronay - K7JGR
5th Sunday: JD - KF7VOX
New Net Control Operators are always welcome!

The Arizona Desert Chapter 10-10 net is a directed net, with the following general format:
1. A brief prelude.
2. Member short-time and mobile check-ins.
3. The regular "ground-wave" roll call of member check-ins.
4. Any other check-ins, in or out-of-state, with or without a 10-10 number.

NOTE: The Ground Wave roll call is alphabetically ordered by call sign suffix--these are the letter(s) following the number in your call. An example illustrates:
WB0ABM's suffix (ABM) alphabetically comes before W7ACX. Therefore, WB0ABM is called first. You can use this method to figure out where you will appear in the ground wave roll call.

10-10 international members with an Arizona Desert Chapter number are added to the ground wave roll call and are kept on the current list when they check in regularly. If we have not heard from a station in quite a while, we will remove the call to be fair to the active members.

NOTE on QST's: There is always room for your QST. Please share your thoughts and information with the group!

Finally, it takes people to make a net! We thank each of you for your continued participation, time, and support of the amateur radio hobby on 10 meters, and we look forward to "seeing" and hearing you on the Arizona Desert Chapter 10-10 net!