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Author Topic: SHARES Net 6765 kHz USB 0010 UTC 7 Sept. 2017  (Read 358 times)
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« on: September 07, 2017, 0021 UTC »

Listening to check-in on Shares North Net btw , NNQ5GR and NNX5HA. Discussing use of Winlink and WinMor.
0020 UTC - Calling for any station anywhere to Shares North Net.  Signals are S7-S9 in WNY.
Listening to the Net this appears to be the usual time for check-in on this frequency.
0030 UTC - NNQ5GR  calling for stations anywhere, nothing heard announcing the net is free and signed out.
« Last Edit: September 07, 2017, 0032 UTC by Traveling Wave » Logged

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 0254 UTC »

The SHARES frequencies should be more and more active over the next couple days.  In addition to 6765 kHz USB, 6910 kHz USB is another good one to monitor.  I've posted several logs relating to SHARES activity in the Utility forum here on HFUnderground.
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