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  1. 1. Which type of net have you ever been on?

    • HF SSB net
      17
    • HF CW net
      4
    • VHF or UHF net
      27
    • A traffic net
      11
    • A weather net
      12
    • An emergency net
      17
    • A DX net
      3
  2. 2. Which of these have you been on in the past month?

    • HF net
      12
    • VHF net
      26
    • UHF net
      5
  3. 3. On average, how often do you get on a net - any type?

    • Many nets per week
      7
    • One or two a week
      12
    • One or two a month
      6
    • Occasionally
      2
    • Pretty much never
      1
    • I have never been on a net
      0
  4. 4. Would you say that most nets you get on are:

    • Well controlled and interesting
      22
    • Well controlled but not interesting
      4
    • Poorly controlled but interesting
      1
    • Poorly controlled and not interesting
      1


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8 hours ago, WB4KFO said:

There are also trader's nets, vintage nets, brand speicific nets.

Thanks Bill. I should have added those, indeed. Ooops.

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Eleven years in the hobby, no-code Amateur Extra, and I still haven't made an HF contact.  So I operate on MVARC's K4US repeater (146.655 MHz), FM for ten years, now C4FM digital, too.  On our Tuesday evening net, Bob  KT4KS  leads the FM net, then Ken  W4RUS leads the digital net.  Back when I first got on FM, I lurked on some other clubs' nets -- maybe a dozen times, total -- since then, just K4US. 

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19 hours ago, AJ4QZ said:

Eleven years in the hobby, no-code Amateur Extra, and I still haven't made an HF contact.  So I operate on MVARC's K4US repeater (146.655 MHz), FM for ten years, now C4FM digital, too.  On our Tuesday evening net, Bob  KT4KS  leads the FM net, then Ken  W4RUS leads the digital net.  Back when I first got on FM, I lurked on some other clubs' nets -- maybe a dozen times, total -- since then, just K4US. 

In my own twisted way I find this kind of admirable. I really believe that this hobby is intended to fulfill each and every one of us in our own way. I, for example, know a Canadian ham who has been licensed for 60 years. In his 60 years, the only QSOs he has ever ever had, was on 20M CW. He has never gone on another band and never picked up a mic. Incredible, right?

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