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Section Name:
Maine
Contact:
Joy Foss k1sew
Daytime Phone:
948-6222
Evening Phone:
948-6222
Fax:
na
Email:
k1sew@arrl.net

Basic Information

Division:
New England
Description:

ARRL  Maine Section Web Page

Update: 10/15/2022 

All web page links are posted on the Maine Section web page or you can email Joy at K1SEW@arrl.net to email them to you.

 

 TESTING SESSIONS

Thursday October 20th 6 pm South Windham Fire Station 33 Main St Windham ME walk-ins are welcome. Sponsor: Wireless Society Southern ME Timothy Watson 831-8132 kb1hnz@yahoo.com

 

Friday, November 7th 6 pm American Red Cross 16 Community Way Topsham Walk-ins allowed Sponsor: Merrymeeting ARA Contact: Donald Wakeman 751-1166 ka1wal.dsw@gmail.com

 

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Bring two forms of identification, including a photo I-D and your FRN (FCC Registration Number) gotten prior to the testing session. web page: fcc.gov  for free. Bring the FRN and/or certificates of successful completion of examination. The photocopies will not be returned. Persons needing special accommodations should check with the contact person. Face Masks are required Please practice social distancing.

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REMINDER -- When preparing for an exam, be sure you are studying the current question pool:Last moth lef.

Technician Class (Element 2) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2022, and will be valid until June 30, 2026

**General Class (Element 3) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2019, and will be valid until June 30, 2023. 

***Amateur Extra Class (Element 4) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2016, and will be valid until JUNE 30, 2020

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FREE GENERAL CLASS VIA ZOOM

 A free, weekly, live, Amateur Radio General Class Licensing course on Zoom will begin on Thursday, Oct 27th and will run through Thursday, January 5th.  There will be 9 sessions, with two breaks for holidays.  The three-hour sessions will start at 6:30 PM Eastern Time.  Sessions will be recorded. These are the classes that we have been holding for years sponsored by the National Electronics Museum.. Those wishing to sign up should email roland.anders@comcast.net.

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Prespective ham Walk-ins / Register or Call ahead) Sponsor: Lincoln Cty ARC Contact: Joseph Devonshire

Emails sent can seek advice or assistance in order to get on the air or licensed. If you would like to represent your town, county, or district, A strong Elmer Program is needed for to follow up with VE teams and clubs. If you are an experienced ham that would be comfortable with sharing your knowledge or could help put the person in contact with those that can help, 

PLEASE become an Elmer! Contact person Phil Duggan, N1EP Maine Section manager, email  n1ep@arrl.net 549-0061 

 

Some of you know Phil is also president of the Maine Ham Radio Society based out of Washington County. That is also where Wreaths Across America is based and MHRS will be conducting a special event December 17th weekend commemorating National Wreaths Across America Day (DEC 17th). {Phil is inviting the cabinet appointees to also participate. I think having our section officials out there is a good thing. I'll be putting out more details soon, but if you would like to operate as W1A during the period Dec 16th - 19th, 2022, then let me know. 

America conducts their massive convoy from Harrington Maine down to Arlington National Cemetery and to thousands of other locations as well, conducting wreath-laying ceremonies.

Phil Duggan, N1EP, Maine Section Manager n1ep@arrl.org

 

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SKYWARN

National Weather Service-Caribou, Maine http://www.weather.gov/car/Outreach_Spotters             

National Weather   Service-Gray, Maine https://www.weather.gov/gyx/skywarn

Weather Spotter Training - Free and open to the public. Sessions Run  1 hr - 2 hr 

SKYWARN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE AREAS area Western/Southern/Coastal Maine and New Hampshire. http://www.ws1sm.com/SKYWARN.html

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SKYWARN SESSION

Sessions are open to anyone with an interest in becoming a spotter.  For those that are under the age of 16, an adult sponsor is required.

Please register for the spotter sessions.  Advanced SKYWARN Weather Spotter course if for experienced spotters looking for a deeper dive on severe thunderstorms.

 

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 Maine Telegraph Newsletter

If  you are interested in receiving the monthly "Maine Telegraph Newsletter" by email, please fill out the form.  (want the link for the form email k1sew@arrl.net) August was an eventful way to start winding down the summer with some hamfests. Thank you to those who submitted articles to keep the newsletter going. At the request of a newsletter recipient, I have created two newsletters, the normal one for computer viewing and a second one in Black and White to make it more printer friendly. You can find both newsletters on https://www.mainearrl.org/newsletter  or links below:September 2022 Maine Telegraph - B&W Printer Friendly Version September 2022 Maine Telegraph Computer Viewable Version 73 DE KU1U Cory

LINK  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfixF3MZbeXg3o0EeYSWz8X7ge0nS_ZDMzogPhu-FNZiGwOrQ/viewform  https://www.mainearrl.org/newsletter 

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BULLETINS

If you have any urgent Maine ARRL Section items come up, contact Cory Golob KU1U. He will be filling in for Phil. Email ku1u@nediv.arrl.org  -- thank you Cory for standing in for Phil until the end of October.  Phil Temples K9HI, our Assistant Directors, and I will hold our next NewEngland Division Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, October 

 

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an ARRL update, get your thoughts on what we should be focusing on, and answer any questions you might have about the ARRL and what we are doing on behalf of ARRL members here in New England.

We plan to spend a good deal of our time together answering your questions. If you'd like to send us a question in advance, you can do so via an email to ab1oc@arrl.org, or you can just plan to ask your questions during the Town Hall Meeting. We will hold our Town Hall Meeting via a Zoom Webinar. You can get your personal link to join the Town Hall Meeting via the following link (paste the link in your browser to register) –

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CGyR0dsJTZu9dqO1LXqtpg We hope to see you on October 19th!

 

ARRL Bulletin 18  ARLB018

From ARRL Headquarters  

Newington CT

To all radio amateurs 

ARLB018 FCC Grants an ARRL Emergency Request to Permit Higher Data

Proposals Sought For Amateur Radio Crew Contacts From The International Space Station

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) is seeking formal and informal education institutions and organizations, individually or working together, to host an amateur radio contact with a crew member onboard the International Space Station (ISS) in 2023.

Organizations that want to participate will need to submit a proposal no later than November 13th,. ARISS is looking for proposals that will

 draw large numbers of participants and integrate into a well-developed education plan. To assist with the proposals,

https://ariss-proposal-webinar-fall-2022.eventbrite.com.

ARISS anticipates holding the contact between July 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023. Crew scheduling and ISS orbits will determine the exact radio contact dates. Crew members aboard the ISS will participate in scheduled amateur radio contacts approximately 10 minutes in length, and they'll allow students to interact with the astronauts through a question-and-answer session.

An ARISS contact is a voice-only communication opportunity via amateur radio. It takes place between astronauts and cosmonauts  aboard the space station, and classrooms and communities. ARISS contacts afford education audiences an opportunity to learn firsthand what it's like to live and work in space. Such contacts provide the chance to learn about space research conducted on the ISS. Students will also have an opportunity to learn about satellite radio communication, wireless technology, and radio science.

 

Simulated Emergency Test

Maine Section Emergency Coordinator Keith Anoe, KE4UCW, has scheduled The Maine SET for Saturday, October 22ND. If you would like to participate, contact your local/county ARES emergency coordinator, or Keith keith.anoe@gmail.com  A Club Grant website has been created. it will be used to convey www.arrl.org/club-grant-program info on the program at: A new mailbox here at ARRL has also been created for correspondence concerning the program. clubgrants@arrl.ORG

 

The New England Division is closely monitoring any potential legislation that could be introduced that would adversely affect amateur radio operators. In a recent Zoom meeting between New England Division Director Fred Kemmerer, AB1OC, and section managers and sectiongovernment liaisons, examples of “anti-5G” bills that could also impact hams was discussed. Currently there are no bills in Maine's Legislature that might affect hams' communications. Future bills won't be submitted until December, and then they are titled and printed in early January (in Maine). Maine SGL Peter Hatem, KC1HBM, will be monitoring the situation. Another Zoom session will be scheduled later in the year for updates and to plan any response if needed. 

Hands-free and distracted driving laws were briefly discussed during the Zoom meeting. In Maine, a distracted driving law was passed a few years ago, but amateur radio operators were exempted and allowed to operate their radios while driving, with the notable exception that when driving in a construction zone, so beware not to be talking on your radio in  those circumstances.

 

ARRL Eclectic Tech podcast features  features a discussion of power generation using graphene, synchronizing clocks with cosmic rays, multifrequency "vascular" antennas, and listening to Very Low Frequency (VLF) atmospheric signals as part of NASA's INSPIRE project.

 

Listen to ARRL Audio News, The latest episode of the ARRL On the Air podcast includes QST contributor Dino Papas, KL0S. Papas provides insight into the construction and tuning of a J-pole antenna, which he built for On the Air from a design by John H. Unrath, K6JHU.podcast includes QST contributor Dino Papas, KL0S. Papas provides insight into the construction and tuning of a J-pole antenna, which he built for On the Air from a design by John H. Unrath, K6JHU.

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ARRL Maine Section information Coordinator. This way they will get put on the Maine Section Web page. If you have a club newsletter please add Joy to the mailing list. Then  joy can take information off the newsletter.

Joy  k1sew@arrl.net 948-6222,  P.O. Box 59  Burnham, ME 04922

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 The Maine Amateur Radio Foundation is an organization to support amateur radio throughout Maine. They are very active. 

Link (email k1sew@arrl.net for the link and it will be emailed to you).

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1URVdgh7GKzmkcNWlR_BF4ELNHfZ4C8np/view?usp=sharing

MAINE INFORMAL VHF/UHF NETS

Androscoggin ARC

On-the-Air Net W1NPP/R (Lewiston) 146.610 MHz -0.6 PL 88.5 1st Wed 1900 Monthly on air meeting for the Androscoggin Amateur Radio Club, all are welcome to check in

 

Andy 10m Net 28.460 MHz USB Fri 1930

 

Casual Ragchew net on 10m every Friday evening in the Androscoggin area

 

Chimes Net KC1CG/R (Washington) 145.490 MHz -0.6 PL 91.5 Daily* 2000

 

*While listed as Daily, there is typically a Net Control assigned for Wednesday and Saturday

The Chimes net was first started in 1995 by Charlie (W1BDL) and Dave (W1GQL) and has been in almost continuous nightly operation ever since. This is an informal non-directed chat net.

 

EAWA Net W1TU/R (Bar Harbor) 147.030 MHz +0.6 PL 100.0 Wed 1900

Informal gathering of local hams, welcome to all licenses

 

Franklin County

Round table Net W1BHR/R (Farmington) 147.18 MHz +0.6 PL 123.0 Daily 1930

 

General chat net with wide ranging topics from operators' daily activities, weather, current events plus other ham related topics.

 

Maine Ham Radio Society Net

K1HF/R (Marshfield) 146.775 MHz -0.6 PL 192.8 Thur 1900

Weekly Club net. The last Thursday of the month includes a ham radio swap net.

 

Newcomers Net W1QUI/R (Falmouth) 147.090 MHz +0.6 PL 100.0 Sun 1845

All hams are welcome to join us for the Newcomers Round table, as we discuss interesting ham radio topics, and introduce newly licensed hams to the various different aspects of the hobby.

 

Pine State Weak Signal Group 144.225 USB Tue 1930

 

Weekly net on 2-meter simplex using Upper Sideband, Net Control is in Carmel, Maine so point your beam towards Maidenhead Grid FN54lt. The Net will begin by beaming to Central/Southern New England and then to Quebec.

 

Piscataquis ARC

Pre-Net Net K1PQ/R 444.950 MHz +5.0 PL 103.5 Wed 1830

On Air Meeting N1BUG/R 147.105 MHz +0.6 PL 103.5 Wed 1900

Weekly on air meeting for the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club

 

Thursday Nite Net K1QA/R (Calais) 145.15 MHz -0.6 (100.0) Thur 2000

Casual ragchew net Downeast, very informal

 

 

WAWA Net KA1C/R (Madison) 146.73 MHz -0.6 PL 91.5 Thur 1930

 

The Waterville Amateur Wireless Association (WAWA) Net discusses club news, meeting info, what’s new with you, amateur news, member projects and idea swaps. The net is open to all.

 

WSSM

On-the-Air Meeting W1QUI/R (Falmouth) 147.09 MHz +0.6 PL 100.0 3rd Thur 1900

 

Join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month, for the Wireless Society of Southern Maine (WSSM) Meeting on the Air, at 7:00PM local time, on the W1QUI 147.090 + (100) repeater. The purpose of the net is to keep members who can’t attend in-person meetings, up to date on club activities. We also discuss various ham radio topics, which often coincide with upcoming events. All are welcome to join us. You don’t have to be a member to check in. The net welcomes all forms of traffic.

 

York County

ARC Net* W1BHR/R 147.345 MHz +0.6 PL 123.0 Thur 1900

 

The purpose of the York County Amateur Radio Club Net is to establish a regular meeting place for hams in and around the York County area, to support new and experienced operators, and to practice good operating and net procedures.  All are welcome! *The York County Amateur Radio Club is a different entity than the York County Emergency Communication Team (YCECT).

MAINE DMR NETS

 

For DMR Repeater Listings near your area please see next page Eagle Net DMR MARC Knox Local TG9 Tue 1930 General chat net with some trivia added in. Open to all who can access the Knox Local Repeater.

 

Maine Dirigo

DMR Net DMR MARC Maine Statewide TG3123 Sun 1000

New Net effective April 11, 2021 that will function like the 12-county net while it is on Hiatus as the KQ1L Linked system gets updated. Check in and join the discussion with a question/poll of the day, technical topics, operation etiquette, DMR items or anything else ham radio related.

 

New England

Digital Swap Net DMR MARC New England Wide TG3181 Mon 1930

 

DMR net to list items that you wish to buy or have to sell

 

New England

DMR Net DMR MARC New England Wide TG3181 Mon 2000

Exchange of Information about DMR radio products, repeater site additions or changes and other amateur radio topics of interest.

 

PSARC DMR Net DMR MARC Holden Local TG9 Tue ~2100

The Pine State Amateur Radio Club DMR Net takes place directly after the Analog FM On-The-Air Net which starts at 2000 hours.

 

Region North Net DMR MARC Region North TG8 Wed 1930

Not an official net, but a group usually gathers here to chat on Wednesday nights. Give it a try on the Region North DMR MARC talkgroup.

 

YCCC Contesting

& DX Net DMR MARC NETAC1 TG8801 Wed 2000  Yankee Clipper Contest Club net that has contesting and DX related talk

Call Sign Location Frequency Color Code Network ID Network c-Bridge   K1DQ Shapleigh, ME 145.110 -0.600 4 312300 NewEng-TRBO   W1IMD Falmouth, ME - Blackstrap 145.340 -0.600 12 312301 NewEng-TRBO   N1IPA Topsham, ME 145.190 -0.600 13 312302 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   W1LH Calais, ME 147.045 +0.600 1 312303 NewEng TRBO-BassHill   W1BHR New Sharon, ME - York Hill 145.140 -0.600 11 312304 NewEng TRBO-BassHill   KQ1L Augusta, ME 145.170 -0.600 12 312305 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KB1UAS Dexter, ME 145.220 -0.600 12 312306 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   K1YFY Buckfield, ME - Streaked Mtn. 145.320 -0.600 12 312308 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   W1EMA Knox, ME - Aborn Hill 145.420 -0.600 12 312309 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   N1UGR Dresden, ME - Blinn Hill 145.430 -0.600 12 312310 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   N1ME Holden, ME - Copeland Hill 145.310 -0.600 10 312311 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KC1FRJ Lincoln, ME - Bagley Mtn 145.350 -0.600 12 312312 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   K1XI Camden, ME- Ragged Mtn. 145.370 -0.600 12 312313 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KQ1L Sidney, ME - Quaker Hill 145.240 -0.600 12 312316 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   N1ITR Litchfield, ME - Danford Hill 146.700 -0.600 12 312320 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KC1FRJ Presque Isle, ME 145.180 -0.600 12 310198 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KC1FRJ Gouldsboro, ME 145.210 -0.600 12 310259 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   K1XI Coming Soon Boothbay Harbor, ME 145.200 -0.600 12 310258 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KC1FRJ Fort Kent, ME 145.200 -0.600 12 310261 NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   KC1FRJ Smyrna, ME 147.090 +0.600 12   NewEng-TRBO-Augusta   W1BHR Farmington, ME – Mosher Hill 442.400 +5.0 11 312321 NewEng TRBO-BassHill  

 

INFORMAL HF NETS

 

“291” 10m Net 29.1 MHz FM Wed 2000

Not an official net, but folks Downeast enjoy chatting on 10-meter FM on Wednesday nights

 

 MARA 10m Net 28.470 MHz USB Wed 1900

The Merrymeeting Amateur Radio Association 10-meter net, open to all who are within range

 

Northeast Cracker

Barrel Net 3832 kHz LSB Daily 1900

The friendliest net on the air.  We meet daily at 1900 Eastern (1830 in the winter) on 3.828 Megahertz. Please join our family of friends who are genuinely interested in each other’s welfare.  We regularly discuss our daily activities and challenges, the weather (of course), technical subjects, current events and many other topics. 

 

Pine Cone Net 3942 kHz Sun 1400

Round Table Net for the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) Maine Chapter #134. All are welcome to join, you do not have to be a QCWA member.

 

Seacoast Net 3895 kHz LSB Sun 1000

Folks checking in do WX reports, mention shack updates, and exchange niceties. There are also NTS members aboard, and they handle NTS traffic as needed.

 

WSSM “After” Net 28.455 USB 3rd Thur 2000

Join us immediately after the close of the WSSM Meeting on the Air for “The After Net,” which meets on 28.455 USB. Once we take check-ins, and see who can hear each other, the net becomes a fun, informal roundtable.

 

Yankee Lassies’ Net 3912 kHz Wed 0830

Net for YL’s and Official Net for WRONE – Women Radio Operators of New England

 

HF EMCOMM & TRAFFIC NETS

 

EAST COAST AMATEUR RADIO SERVICE M-F 0730-1330 7255 KHZ

WKND 0800-1200 7255 KHZ

Net Operations occur daily on 7.255 MHz (LSB).  Weekday operations run from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm and weekend operations run from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm, East Coast time. During the summer months, weekend operations may be suspended. ECARS offers service to mobiles and fixed stations, including weather information, road conditions, emergencies, and signal reports. ECARS is a great place to meet other Amateur Radio operators, obtain East Coast weather information, establish schedules, or to simply listen and enjoy.  You do not have to be a member of ECARS to check into ECARS nets, all that is required is a General Class Amateur Radio license or better. 

 

HURRICANE WATCH NET UPON ACTIVATION 14325 KHZ/DAY OR

7268 KHZ/NIGHT

The Hurricane Watch Net is a group of licensed Amateur Radio Operators, trained and organized to provide essential communications support to the National Hurricane Center during times of Hurricane emergencies.  We are not housed in a single location - as some of our followers believe - but strategically disbursed across North America, throughout the Caribbean Sea, and Central America so that we can provide a continuous path of communications from storm-affected areas to the forecasters in the National Hurricane Center in Miami, and when needed, the forecasters in the Canadian Hurricane Center in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
The primary mission of the Hurricane Watch Net is to disseminate tropical cyclone advisory information to island communities in the Caribbean, Central America, along the Atlantic seaboard of the U.S., and throughout the Gulf of Mexico coastal areas.   We also collect observed or measured weather data from amateur radio operators in the storm affected area as well as any post storm damage, and convey that information to the Hurricane Forecasters in the National Hurricane Center via the amateur radio station in the center (WX4NHC).  In addition, we provide the same service for the Canadian Hurricane Centre whenever a hurricane threatens their country.
The Hurricane Watch Net generally activates whenever a system has achieved hurricane status and is within 300 statute miles of populated landmass (this can vary, however, due to the forward speed and intensity of the storm) or at the request of the forecasters at the National Hurricane Center.

 

INTERCON/MARITIME MOBILE SERVICE NET DAILY 0700-1200 14300 KHZ

1200-1600 14300 KHZ

The Intercontinental Amateur Traffic Net [Intercon] 20-meter net was formed to promote goodwill and friendly relations among radio operators everywhere. We handle third party traffic, and provide emergency communications to any location where the normal means are disrupted.
The net operates every day from 0700 to 1200 Eastern time (1200Z-1700Z during standard time, and 1100Z-1600Z during daylight savings time) on 14.300 MHz which has been designated by the IARU as a worldwide
center-of-activity frequency for emergency traffic. The Maritime Mobile Service Net (a separate organization with their own management, rules, and website) takes over at noon Eastern time.

 

MAINE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NET SUN 1700 3940 KHZ

The MECN meets each Sunday at 1700 (1630 wintertime) on 3940 kHz. The purpose of the net is to discuss emergency communications related topics among Amateur Radio Emergency Service members, and others interested in disaster preparedness. Recently, the net has been designated as NTS affiliated and more radiogram traffic is being relayed during the net.

 

MAINE PUBLIC SERVICE NET SUN 0900 3941 KHZ

The Maine Public Service Net has a long history of promoting amateur radio as a hobby and public service. The net meets each Sunday morning at 0900 on 3940 or 3941 kHz and boasts an active core of check-ins. It is an NTS-affiliated net.

 

MAINE SLOW SPEED NET M-F 1800 3585 KHZ

The MSSN is a Slow Speed NTS traffic net for Morse Code and great for those either getting started with CW or the seasoned operator. When checking in, send the first letter of the suffix of your callsign, wait for acknowledgment then send your full callsign followed by QRU if you do not have any traffic.

 

PINE TREE NET DAILY 1900 3596 KHZ

The PTN meets daily at 1900 (1730 in the Winter) and is a NTS Morse Code net that passes traffic into and out of the State of Maine. Come be part of a great CW tradition.

 

SEAGULL NET M-SA 1700 3940 KHZ

The Maine Seagull Net is an amateur (ham) radio traffic net affiliated with the National Traffic System. It runs Monday through Saturday on 3940 kHz at 1700 hours (1630 wintertime). The net is the perfect place to meet hams throughout the state and beyond. Twice a year the net takes a step back in time and runs in AM as it did when it was founded in 1939: the Thursday after the time change in the Spring and the Thursday before the time change in the Fall. Otherwise, stations check into the net using Single Sideband. Do you want to learn how to relay a radiogram? If so, this is the net for you!

 

MAINE VHF/UHF EMCOMM & TRAFFIC NETS

 SEAGULL NET M-SA 1700 3940 KHZ

The Maine Seagull Net is an amateur (ham) radio traffic net affiliated with the National Traffic System. It runs Monday through Saturday on 3940 kHz at 1700 hours (1630 wintertime). The net is the perfect place to meet hams throughout the state and beyond. Twice a year the net takes a step back in time and runs in AM as it did when it was founded in 1939: the Thursday after the time change in the Spring and the Thursday before the time change in the Fall. Otherwise, stations check into the net using Single Sideband. Do you want to learn how to relay a radiogram? If so, this is the net for you!

ANDROSCOGGIN ARES/RACES THUR 1930 146.610 MHZ - (88.5)

AROOSTOOK AMATEUR RADIO ASSOC NET MON 2000 146.73 MHz – (123.0)

CUMBERLAND COUNTY EMERGENCY NET SUN 1930 146.730 MHZ – (100.0)

FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY NET WED 1930 147.180 MHZ + (123.0)

HANCOCK COUNTY EMCOMM NET TUE 1900 146.910 MHZ – (151.4)

KENNEBEC COUNTY ARES NET SUN 1900 145.270 MHz – (100.0)

145.290 MHz – (100.0)

145.390 MHZ – (100.0)

KNOX COUNTY ARES/RACES-CERT TUE 1900 145.490 MHZ – (91.5)

LINCOLN COUNTY ARES NET MON 1900 146.985 MHZ – (136.5)

MID COAST ARES NET (SAGADAHOC) MON 1930 147.210 MHZ + (100.0)

OXFORD COUNTY CERT/EMCOMM NET MON 1930 146.910 MHZ - (100.0)

147.120 MHZ + (136.5)

224.620 MHZ – (103.5)

PRE-CHIMES TRAFFIC NET (KNOX) SAT 1930 145.490 MHZ – (91.5)

PISCATAQUIS COUNTY ARES NET WED 1900 147.015 MHZ + (103.5)

ST JOHN VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO

ASSOCIATION “SJVARA” NET FRI 1900 146.64 MHZ – (100.0)

SKYWARN TRAINING NET SAT 1930 146.880 MHZ – (100.0)

SOMERSET COUNTY EMCOMM NET MON 1930 146.730 MHZ – (91.5)

WALDO COUNTY EMERGENCY NET MON 1930 147.270 MHZ + (136.5)

WASHINGTON COUNTY ARES NET MON 1900 147.330 MHZ + (118.8)

WSSM-ECT NET (CUMBERLAND) 4TH THUR 1900 147.090 MHZ + (100.0)

YORK COUNTY EMERGENCY

COMMUNICATION TEAM (YCECT) NET 2&4 TUE 1900 145.410 MHZ – (103.5)

YCECT SIMPLEX RELAY NET 3RD TUE 1900 147.540 MHZ X

Maine Officials

  • Joy Lynne Foss

    Public Info Coordinator

    Joy Lynne Foss K1SEW

  • Philip Duggan

    Section Manager

    Philip W. Duggan N1EP

  • Cory Golob

    Assistant Section Manager

    Cory M. Golob KU1U

  • Derrick Ouellette

    Assistant Section Manager

    Derrick P. Ouellette KW1A

  • Jeffrey Hanscom

    Assistant Section Manager

    Jeffrey D. Hanscom KA1DBE

  • Albert Sirois

    Assistant Section Manager

    Albert C. Sirois N1MHC

  • Joan Hildreth

    Assistant Section Manager

    Joan D. Hildreth W1DLC

  • Stephen Curry

    Affiliated Club Coordinator

    Stephen P. Curry KD1O

  • Dennis Bosley

    Section Traffic Manager

    Dennis Lee Bosley WA1URS

  • Leo Langelier

    Technical Coordinator

    Leo H. Langelier N1BOK

  • Bradley Brown

    Section Youth Coordinator

    Bradley M. Brown KC1JMH

  • Peter Hatem

    Assistant Section Manager,
    State Government Liaison

    Peter L. Hatem KC1HBM

  • Joseph Grace

    Assistant Section Manager

    Joseph M. Grace W1SK

  • Keith Anoe

    Section Emergency Coordinator

    Keith E. Anoe KE4UCW

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