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What is the Bull Net?

  

The Bull Net is a group of amateur radio operators (150 +) 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.

  

History

The Bull Net started a number of years ago by Bill or "Willy" (K1APM) and "Slim" (W1POR). Slim's 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

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.

Any questions just shoot an email to   If the answer to your question is unknown, we'll make something up.

  

Content

The content in this Web Site does not necessarily represent  the beliefs or opinions of all members of The Bull Net.

Items in the "For Sale" section are not tested or endorsed by Bull Net .

Items in "Members" pages are submitted either upon request by, or approval of, those members. 

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Fact of the Day

  

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Volunteer Deployment - Hurricane Maria

The American Red Cross (ARC) has asked ARRL for assistance with relief efforts in Puerto Rico. In the nearly 75-year relationship between ARRL and ARC, this is the first time ARC has made a request for assistance on this scale. Hurricane Maria has devastated the island’s communications infrastructure. Without electricity and telephone, and with most of the cell sites out of service, millions of people are cut off from communicating. Shelters are unable to reach local emergency services and people cannot check on the welfare of their loved ones. The situation is dire.

How can you help?

1)    Volunteer. ARC needs up to 50 radio amateurs who can help record, enter, and submit disaster-survivor information into the ARC Safe and Well system. There are very specific requirements and qualifications needed for this deployment; for instance, familiarity with Winlink, an Amateur Radio license of General class or higher, and previous experience in disaster response. Deployment will be for up to 3 weeks (at ARC expense). If you would like to be considered for deployment, please complete the following online ARRL form, which asks for your qualifications and skills: Volunteer Deployment Form

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  Last Update: Sept. 26, 2017  

  

 

  

  

  

  

N1EQ Tech Notes

  

Mike, N1EQ has developed Tech Notes that may be of help to you if you have Icom gear. Mike could be a good resource should you need work done on your Icom rig. Take a look at his site

  

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