This section is intended as a resource for NET volunteers interested in becoming NET Amateur Radio Operators (AROs) and to provide resources for current NET AROs.
From the links below, you can:
[2016/02/16] Information on what qualifications are required to become a NET amateur radio operator (ARO) and how to get the needed training.
[2016/02/19] This part of the NET Guidelines covers communications in the NET program. It serves as a comprehensive guide on NET communications methods and means.
[2016/02/16] Resources to help you study for and successfully pass the FCC Amateur Radio Technician Exam (including an exam schedule).
[2016/03/02] Materials handed out for Unit 9 of Basic NET training. The training is an overview of how communications are used in NET and recommended practices.
Information about our partners with Multnomah County ARES
Courtesy of NET RTL John Beaston