The Middle Tennessee Amateur Radio Society is composed of Hams in Middle Tennessee who are dedicated to promoting amateur radio, providing public service communications and having fun doing so. Anyone interested in Amateur radio is welcome to join us.
PREAMBLES FOR BOTH NETS
Multi-County Ham Jam on Tuesday nights
Code f12 open net Substitutes use your own information for the underlined items. Roll call counties in any order you choose. Code f11 to close the net.
This is (Your Call) calling this session of the Multi-County Ham Jam. My name is (Your Name) and I am located in (Your County) Tennessee. This is a directed net and stations are asked to please not secure from the Net Frequency before notifying Net Control. The Net meets each Tuesday night at 9:00 pm local time on the MTARS 10/70 repeater. In case of severe weather alerts or any other type of emergency situation the Ham Jam will not be called. Information is available on our website at www.qsl.net/mtars
Is there any emergency or priority traffic on frequency? Are there any announcements or bulletins for the net? Is there any formal traffic from any station?
All amateurs are invited to check in and participate. When checking in please give your call, name and county.
At this time I will take check-ins via EchoLink (Any locations).....
I will take check-ins by location: Coffee County, Franklin County, Lincoln County, Moore County. Are there stations to join the net from any location? Please come with your County and Call. Any stations from any area? Any late check-ins? We will now go back to the comment session.
Are there any more check-ins or discussion?
This is (Your Call) closing this session of the Multi-County Ham Jam. I would like to thank all amateurs for participating and hope all can join us each Tuesday & Thursday night at 9:00 pm local time. 73 and good night to all.
Code 11 to close net. Please send list of check-ins to Jane email@example.com
MTARS THURSDAY NET PREAMBLE
Code f12 open net Substitutes use your own information for the underlined items.
Good evening. This is Amateur Radio Station (Your Call) calling the Middle Tennessee Amateur Radio Society Two Meter Net. My name is (Your Name) and I am located in (Your County), TN. This net meets each Thursday at 9:00 p.m. on the 10/70 repeater unless there is a system failure. The Net is affiliated with the ARRL National Traffic System. You do not have to be a MTARS member to check in.
You may contact MTARS at P.O. Box 932, Tullahoma, TN 37388 Membership applications and other information are available on our website at www.qsl.net/mtars
Is there any emergency or priority traffic for the net?
Are there any announcements or bulletins or traffic for the net?
I will now call the club officers. (Listed at the top of the roster)
Roll call follows based on last week’s check-ins. Since this is a directed net, please do not leave the frequency without notifying net control.
At this time I will take check-ins via EchoLink (Any
I'll now take additional check-ins. When you check in, give your CALL, NAME and LOCATION and any traffic you may have.
We will now go back for the comment session.
Are there any additional check-ins, traffic or comments for the