Bay-Net

Amateur Radio Club & Repeater Network

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Welcome

Bay-Net is an open amateur radio repeater system providing wide-area coverage for public service events and emergency communications. All radio amateurs are welcome to use the system. The system includes 2m, UHF and 900 MHz linked analog repeaters, a D-Star digital repeater, Echolink, and IRLP VOIP services.


Bay-Net provides communications for the American Red Cross and other organizations. If you are interested in using the system for a special event, contact us through the About Us page.


For more in depth information on the system and other topics look at the articles section of the web site.


Southbay Repeaters

145.390     PL 100.0   Linked

443.225     PL 100.0   Linked

444.425     FM & C4FM   Stand alone

927.8625   DPL 023    Linked

444.075     D-Star     Stand alone

IRLP node 3802

IRLP reflector 9096


Eastbay Repeater

443.975     PL 100.0   Linked

Weekly Schedule

Sunday, 6 PM - Weekly American Red Cross communicators net

This net is to facilitate the planning and maintenance of the American Red Cross disaster communication plans and practices. It is intended as a forum for coordination between ARC, ARES, RACES, FEMA, and Homeland Security.


Sunday, 5 Minutes after the ARC net

Disaster Communicators Forum Net

Starts 5 minutes after the ARC net.  This forum is for those who recognize the need to share information: lessons learned, preparedness planning and disaster relief coordination.


These nets are hosted on the IRLP Western Reflector (channel 9257) and the Echolink DCF-ARC #336037. The system will auto-connect to the reflectors at 6 PM and auto-disconnect at 8 PM.


Sunday, 7 PM  -  Bay-Net weekly System Fusion C4FM net

Hosted on the Bay-Net 6 repeater 444.425 in digital voice mode.


Monday, 9 PM  -  Weekly D-STAR Net  444.075


Monday, 9 PM  -  Amateur Radio News Line


Tuesday, 9 PM  -  A.R.R.L. Audio News


Wednesday, 7:30 PM  -  6 Meter FM weekly net on 52.525 MHz


Wednesday, 8 PM  -  American Red Cross Bay Area weekly net

The ARCBA forum is online at ARCBA Forum

This net will automatically connect to the IRLP Western Reflector (channel 9257) and the Echolink DCF-ARC #336037. The system will auto-connect to the reflectors at 8 PM and auto-disconnect at 10 PM.


Wednesday, 8 PM  -  American Red Cross Bay Area weekly net

The ARCBA forum is online at ARCBA Forum


Wednesday, 8:30 PM  -  Bay-Net 2m SSB weekly net

144.230 USB, vertical polarization


First Thursday of the month, 8 PM

Valley Christian School Amateur Radio Net
     Middle and senior high school net.   


Alternate Thursdays, 8 PM  -  California Task Force 3 weekly net

Urban Search and Rescue California Task Force 3 or CA-TF3 is a FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force based in Menlo Park, California. CA-TF3 is sponsored by the Menlo Park Fire Department.


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Events

Favorite Podcasts and YouTube Channels


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Bay-Net is now a 501(C)3 Tax-Exempt Nonprofit Organization

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PODCAST

Bay-Net Annual Antenna Shootout - September 30th, 2017


This event is a controlled experiment testing 4 different portable antenna setups followed by a general free-for-all of operating and antenna testing.  The location is the parking lot of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Saratoga.  


Setup starts late morning, followed by a technical briefing to explain the antenna measurement process,  followed by one hour of controlled measurements.  In the afternoon, members are free to try out other radio and antenna combinations.

 

The antennas planned for the shoot out include an Alex Loop magnetic loop, PackTenna inverted Vee, BuddiPole dipole, and a PackTenna random wire vertical.  We will use the WSPR protocol and remote monitoring stations to measure the performance of each antenna in a round-robin sequence which is computer controlled.


We hope you are able to join us as it will certainly be educational and a great reason to get together and share our hobby.


This event is open to everyone.  Bring a chair, hat, and water for your comfort.  Feel free to bring your own radios and antennas or just bring yourself !


Location:  https://goo.gl/maps/Un2CSxRzLcN2