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Do You Know Why We Are Called 'HAM's ?'


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Ever wonder where SSB came from?


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FCC Application Fees Unlikely to Go into Effect Until 2022
FCC staff confirmed during a recent virtual meeting with Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (VECs) that the agency is still working on the necessary changes to the Universal Licensing System (ULS) software and other processes and procedures that must be in place before it starts collecting fees from amateur applicants.


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8-Meter Experimental Station on the Air from the US
WL2XUP is an FCC Part 5 Experimental station operated by Lin Holcomb, NI4Y, in Georgia. It’s licensed to operate with up to 400 W effective radiated power (ERP) between 40.660 MHz to 40.700 MHz.


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Easy To Type A New Message
We do have a fillable ARRL Message form to make your composing of radiograms easier. It can be found on our Operations Page.


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Ride With The Storm Chasers
Wanna take a ride with a storm chaser? Click on button, select your chaser, and you are riding in the vehicle. (Click the FULL Screen mode when on a live chaser. The map will indicate when a chaser is LIVE.)




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KNOW OF AN UPCOMING HAM EVENT??


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Hear The Latest Ham Radio News

Listen to this weeks ham radio news from around the world.
(Edge Browser May Show It Blocked. It is safe to continue to site.) Updated Every Friday


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02/03/2021 | MARS Announces Schedule of Dates for 70-Meter Interoperability
The Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) has announced dates in 2021 during which MARS members will operate on 60 meters for interoperability with the amateur radio community.


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Looking To Buy or Sell?
Have some ham equipment to sell or trying to find equipment or other ham related information?
Send the info to us via the above CONTACT link and we will try to help you sell it.
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From The Webmaster
Over the past several years I have maintained this personal website at my personal time and expense as a personal service to the Texas Traffic Net. The time has come, due to some local issues here, and the fact that GoDaddy is discontinuing this part of their service, that I must take a look at the continued maintaining of the site. As such, I am re-evaluating the actual value and actual usage of this site.
If you or anyone that you know would like to provide a new website for the Texas Traffic Net, please click on the 'Contact' button above and provide me with that persons contact information so that I can make arrangements to transfer as many files to them as possible.

The projected end date for this site in 1 Feb 2022.
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Want To Put Something Here ?
If you have an announcement for your club or something that you would like to let the net know, send it to us via the CONTACT link.

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THIS WEBSITE IN NO MANNER WHATSOEVER ENDORSES ANY WEBSITES LINKED TO, PRODUCTS, SOFTWARE,  OR ANY OTHER CONTENT  ON THIS ENTIRE WEBSITE.  ALL WEATHER INFORMATION IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY AND AS SUCH SHOULD NOT BE USED AS AN OFFICIAL SOURCE.  ALWAYS REFER TO YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES FOR OFFICIAL INFORMATION.
All links are automatically taken from the originating websites. This site is not responsible for its content.
For use and/or rebroadcasting guidelines, please visit the the linked site originators.

This website is independently  maintained solely as a service  for the Day Time Texas Traffic Net (DTTN)  OR the  Texas Traffic Net, and for the ham radio community. Inquiries regarding the website can be sent to the webmaster by clicking HERE.

Current Radar:

WELCOME TO THE TEXAS TRAFFIC NET

MONDAY - SATURDAY  0830-0930  (Morning session) - 7285khz

 AND  1830-1930 (Evening Session) - 3873khz

As an independent net and member of the National Traffic System (NTS),  the net passes radio traffic into and out of the state of Texas via Amateur Radio.  The net can normally be heard Monday - Saturdays  from 0830 to 0930 on 7285khz and  Monday-Saturday  from 1830-1930  on 3873khz Central time .  Our alternate night frequency is 3877khz.  In the event of an emergency event, such as tropical storms/hurricanes the net may be activated.  All amateur operators with a General Class or higher ham license are welcomed to check into the net.  We hope you enjoy your visit to the website and that you return often.  Please feel free to send us comments  about the website  by clicking on the above contact button .  OUR ALTERNATE NIGHT FREQUENCY IS 3877khz.