The Mississauga Amateur Radio Club - serv hfpre

By: Mississauga Amateur Radio Club  09-12-2011
Keywords: Amateur Radio, Call Sign

Good evening everybody, this is (insert your call sign), name (insert your name) and I’m your net controller for the Mississauga Amateur Radio Club weekly Sunday night 75 meter net. The net commences every Sunday night at 8:30 pm. This net is open to all whether or not you are a member of the Mississauga Amateur Radio Club.

If you desire to learn more about the Mississauga Amateur radio Club, you are invited to examine the Club website at: Whiskey whiskey whiskey dot mike alpha romeo charlie dot oscar november dot charlie alpha.

Sign off

Thank you for checking into the Mississauga Amateur Radio Club net. Once again our website is:
Whiskey whiskey whiskey dot mike alpha romeo charlie dot oscar november dot charlie alpha

The net is now closed and I am returning the frequency for regular use.
This is (insert your call sign) saying 73 and good night.

Keywords: Amateur Radio, Call Sign

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