Net Control Assignments
All nets listed below start precisely at 1900 hours. On general meeting nights, assigned net-control operators may conduct nets from the OCRACES vehicle when the meeting place is at OCSD/Communications, 840 N. Eckhoff St., Orange. If there is a repeater failure, run the net on simplex, on the repeater output frequency. If you are running the net at the EOC or Eckhoff on a meeting night, arrive at your assigned net-control location by 1850 hours. Use the OCRACES ACS call sign of W6ACS if you run the net from the EOC or Eckhoff. If you are assigned net-control duty and you are not able to serve, it is your responsibility to find a replacement. City EOC stations are encouraged to run County ACS nets if the assigned or substitute net-control operator does not show up at net time. Any other net members (including full time government employees) may also run the net in such a circumstance. After signing out the 2-meter ACS net, monitor for stations who may have questions regarding County of Orange RACES.
OCRACES officers activate pager nets at approximately 1830 hours each Monday night. A numeric page to 146.895 MHz on Monday nights does not need to be acknowledged by the recipients if the priority is “1” (lowest level). If the page is to a different frequency, or a higher priority, or not on a Monday night, recipients must respond on the indicated frequency.
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Last Update: May 4, 2013