Weekly Net (digital and voice)

Every Sunday evening check into the Whatcom County Emergency Services Net.
See below for details.
WinlinkAnytime during the week prior to Sunday 1800All licensed amateursTelnet or packet to a Winlink gatewayPractice using Winlink to pass messages. Bonus points for attaching a SitRep ICS213 to your message.
FSQSundays 1800-1820All licensed amateurs145.020 MHz simplex mode FSQPractice the FSQ digital mode
FlmsgSundays 1820-1850Amateurs affiliated with any EMCOMM group This is Directed Net:
Voice: Church UHF repeater 442.825 MHz tone 156.7 Hz.
Data: 145.020 MHz simplex. Mode varies.
Get clearance from voice net control before sending your digital traffic on 145.020 MHz simplex.
Participants can practice sending and receiving ICS213 messages using Fldigi and Flmsg.
Consider volunteering to be Voice or Digital Net Control for this net. Send email to w7ecg.wecg@gmail.com for information.
Sundays 1900-1920
All licensed amateursChurch Rd UHF repeater 442.825 MHz tone 156.7 Hz.
Net Control may move the net to another repeater or simplex frequency after starting the net on on the Church Road repeater.
Exercise your radio equipment.
Consider being Net Control for this net. Visit http://wecg.org for details.
DMRSundays 1915All licensed amateursUsing Ferndale repeater 430.73750 MHz+, Talk group: 31538, Washington State ARESDMR practice.

Check-in and how-to guides:

To download the check-in guide in pdf format, click here.
Weekly digital Flmsg Net How-to.
Weekly digital Flmsg Net Control Script.
If you are interested in remotely accessing the WECG Raspberry Pi stations that have been deployed around the county, please read the document at https://github.com/AG7GN/dwservice/blob/master/README.md for instructions. The relevant sections to read are:
   Initial Setup > Establish a DWService Account > Create Account
   Access and Control Remote Computers

Simplex Net

The last Sunday of every month is a simplex net conducted on 146.580. If you can hear a station that net control cannot, please provide your callsign to indicate you have a relay. If you cannot hear net control whatsoever, please wait a few minutes and then give your callsign so someone can relay for you.

To download the SIMPLEX check-in guide in pdf format, click here. (Regular check-in guide is also required.)

Net Control Operators