Training & Tech Session Materials

Traffic Handling:

Learning the Winlink System & Winlink Express:

External Links:

Local & Regional Nets:

Lincoln County Amateur Radio Club
Mondays 1900L -146.985 (-) 136.5Hz (Net Script)

Lincoln County 10m (informal) Net
Tuesday 2000L - 28.388MHz

Mid-coast/Sagadahoc ARES Net
Mondays 1930L - 147.210(+) 100Hz

Maine Seagull (traffic) Net
Monday to Saturday 1700L - 3940KHz

Maine Public Service Net
Sundays 0900L - 3940KHz

Maine Emergency Communications Net
Sundays 1700L - 3940KHz

Maine Slow Speed (CW traffic) Net
Monday to Friday 1800L - 3585KHz

Pine Tree (CW traffic) Net
Monday to Sunday 1900L - 3596KHz

Dirigo DMR NET
Sunday 1000L - Maine Statewide

USeast-NBEMS Net
Wednesdays @ 7PM -7.036 MHz USB
(alt 3.536)/1500 hz waterfall spot; MFSK-16 or 32

NH Digital Training Net
Saturday 0700L - 3.582MHz USB, offset of 1500Hz THOR22 or MFSK32, net runs 0730 to 0830

Maine Repeater Directory
2m - 1¼ m - 70 cm - DMR -
System Fusion - WIRES 

Maine DMR
C-Bridge Network Watch
Peer Network Watch

Maine Packet Network Node Map

Winlink Lincoln County VHF RMS Servers:
N1REX-10 (Whitefield) 145.090MHz
K1NYY-10 (Waldoboro) 144.99MHz

Winlink Regional HF RMS Servers:
WD1O (Owls Head), K1NBT (Acton), VE1YZ (Halifax), W1AW (CT), K1EHZ (NH)

Packet BBS Nodes:
N1REX-2 (Whitefield) 145.090MHz
K1NYY-2 (Waldoboro) 144.990MHz
KY2D-4 (Damariscotta) 144.990MHz (via K1NYY-15)