The Texas Traffic Net:
A Flexible, Reliable Communications Resource for
The Texas Traffic Net (TTN) meets on 3.873 kHz, from 6:30 to 7:30 PM daily. In the event the band is long and stations from over 500 miles are using the frequency please look for us both up and down the band from 3.873. We will keep as close to the frequency as possible. Be assured we are on 75 meters. All HF licensed Amateurs are welcome to check in, with or without traffic.
The TTN is an Amateur Radio radiogram traffic net, part of the National Traffic System (NTS) of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).
We are a volunteer group, dedicated to provide access to the National Traffic System, continuing radiogram traffic training and proficiency, and emergency communications during disasters and emergencies.
We have created this web site to provide information relevant to the Net and Amateur Radio.
Thank you for the beautiful cards and flowers that everyone sent for my Son's Funeral.
Service. Our family would like to express our thanks and gratitude for your care, thoughts and prayers and other kindness expressions during our family tragedy.
We want you to know that your thoughts and prayers have really helped us each day.
GOD bless you and your family.
Thank you so much from the bottom of our heart.
The Blas Family (KX2AB)
Submitted by SAM WA5DTY for TONY KX2AB
Tony needs all of our thoughts and prayers. This is really a difficult time for the family. For the ones that know all about this sort of a loss, we certainly understand. The old saying "till you have walked in these shoes it is hard to understand."
May GOD be with the Blas family.
Web Site Team
|Net Manager:||Sharon Heivilin, KC8EO|
|Webmaster:||Harold Melton, KV5R|
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