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Cooloing Off - Heating Up


The weather is cooling off (46F last evening in Farmington, Me) but the Bull Net is beginning to heat up. Last night there were a few people on the "Sectet One". Ray, N1VVM was the first one I heard. Ray was testing his head set and making necessary adjustments. Brian, KB1IXI came in and mentioned he is heading for Germany to be with his daughter during the delivery of Issy's new grandchild. Joe, AB1RA  was in the shack making plans for his new tower and antenna installation. Rusy, KY1E dropped by to let us know school was going to start soon and he would be in the class room teaching kids to handle our future. Hmmmm. Cathy, N5WVR was in on schedule with me, N1RPH for WAS. We also worked 40 meters. Cathy's schedule won't get her in with the Bull Net round table sessions very often, but hopefully we'll hear her form time to time. She 's very interesting to talk with. she has a lot of hobbies and knowledge. Say hi and make her feel welcome when you hear her on. Thanks in advance.

See you on the freq soon.



Mick - N1RPH




N1EQ Tech Notes 


You may have seen some of Mike Nadeau's tech notes in the past. He has added some recently and has published them in  a Blog format. If you have an Icom or  Kenwood, you might be interested in some of his notes.  Take a look.


Mike - N1EQ, has a radio repair business that he has operated in Central Maine for a number of years. It is an on-line business  where accepted transceivers are shipped to Mike's shop, repaired, and shipped back to to the customer. If you are in need of a repair to your transceiver, that fits the criteria, he might be the choice for you. Take a look   at his business website.  







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What is the Bull Net?

The Bull Net is a group of amateur radio operators (100 +) who get together during the afternoons on "The Secret Frequency" of 3928 KHz LSB. The goal is to have fun with the hobby of radio. Topics are varied, but there is generally some discussion of radio, a certain amount of bull and of course the food segment. Everyone with a valid license is welcome, so stop by and say hello.



The Bull Net started a number of years ago by Bill or "Willy" (K1APM) and a friend of his.  An imaginary bull was talked about a great deal on 3928 because the bull had a lot of unusual and exciting experiences. As time went on a few more people joined in until 2004 when the Bull Net was established. Thanks guys.


The Bull Horn

Take a look at the Bull Horn. Its a news letter that is the creation of Warren WS1D. Warren is also responsible for putting together the membership package, the Bull Dozed award and much of the content and concepts of The Bull Net. Thanks Warren. Take a look at the latest Bull Horn



Navigation of this site is pretty straight forward. On some of the pages there are menu options on the left side of the page that don't immediately appear as menu choices or links. They are. An example would be the Bull Horn page. It will have the edition listed in the left hand column.

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