#256 Thursday Night RT with AF3Z

Join Jim, AF3Z for the Thursday Night RT on 146.985, Thursday @ 830 pm Eastern Time.   

The best weekly scheduled rag chew session in the area every Thursday @830 pm.

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146.985- MHz;TX PL 100.0 RX PL 94.8 (RX PL is NOT required, Optional)  

Technical questions can be asked during the RT.  If the answers require a more in depth, one on one discussion, a session can be done after the RT or can be brought up during the Workbench session, Monday nights @8PM. During the workbench, technical, operational and theory questions can be addressed.

We are always looking for Hosts to host future sessions.  

The 985 Round Table… Thursdays at 8:30 p.m.    on the W3GMS repeater  —   The repeater website is www.w3gmsrepeater.com    

New to the roundtable?  Checking-in late?  Can’t stay very long? That’s fine; check-in anyway!  You are always welcome… and the roundtable often lasts until about 10:00.   –  –  –

To avoid the first syllable of your transmission being cut off, wait one second before talking.  Click, Wait, Talk.

Willing to serve as a roundtable host from time to time?  Feel free to contact Jim, AF3Z – jagoudie@comcast.net, or Phil, KC3CIB – kc3cib@gmail.com for helpful information and to discuss scheduling   

Don’t let yourself be cut off!  There is a 3-minute timer on the repeater and it will cut you off if you talk too long.  Never fear.  You can reset it very easily; simply let up on press-to-talk button for a moment.  There’s no need to wait for the repeater carrier drop.

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