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Author Topic: What NET is this??? 4000 USB  (Read 499 times)
N7KGD
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« on: July 28, 2002, 07:46:04 AM »

Howdy,

Anybody help identify what this is?

Last weekend (July 19th) I heard some modulation at the high end of 75M and went to see what it was.  Ended up being at 4000 KHz USB, just out of band.

The call signs were NN0GJH, NN0EHG, NN0GBF and NN0YTM.  A 2x3 configuration.  I'm fairly certain these were NN0 calls not NNN0 calls (MARS).

Traffic was 59 from all stations with me listening in the Spokane WA area.

References seemed to be either N. CA or ORE.

Traffic was the form of preformatted messages with everything phonetically spelled.

I searched FCC callsign data base and found nothing. Searched the MARS, ARES and RACES net listings and found no indication of use of 4000 KHz.  

Any idea what this net was?

73's

N7KGD
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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2002, 10:27:19 AM »

This is Navy MARS.

Alan, KØBG
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