Before we begin the Eastern Panhandle Traffic Net, is there any emergency or priority traffic ?
Good evening , welcome to the EPTN, your net control] is___________, and I am located in ________________.
This is a directed,local level and training net of the ARRL National traffic system serving the Eastern Panhandle Region of West Virginia.
New hams and stations out of WV are welcome to check into the net.
When checking into the net please speak slowly , state “this is “and then Wait for the repeater to BEEP , then give your callsign in phonetics , along with your first name and location.
Now calling net liaison stations or stations with written message traffic call now.
Now calling mobile, portable, and echolink stations, call now.
Now calling all others stations, call now.
After each check in repeat their callsign, and name then go onto other checkins, repeating each callsign as heard and ask for corrections or clarify any callsign not understood.
Ask all stations who did not say “no comment” the opportunity to comment.
Club announcements and business are to be discouraged– as the purpoae of the traffic net is to pass written n.t.s radiograms.
Last call for any check-ins…..
“That completes this session of the EPTN. We thank Jack , WB8YZV for the use of the repeater for this net.
For more information on our the net go to: eptn.wordpress.com
Please visit our other nets on this repeater ………on Sunday the Jefferson County ARES net meets at 8:30 pm, Mondays at 8:00 pm the Eastern Region Emergency Net (Morgan, Berkeley, Jefferson counties ) meets and
The Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net (SVEN)is held on Tuesdays at 7:00 pm on 145.390-pl 146.2 K4USS repeater.
The Northern Virginia Traffic Net(NVTN) also meets daily on 147.300 pl. 146.2 at 7:30 pm . This net is now closed and the repeater is returned to normal operation.
This is _____________, 73 all.”