Founded in 1976
A Worked All States and DX Net
Amateur Radio's Late
Night Net on 40 Meters
The Triple H Net Association Club Station
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The Triple H Net was founded in 1976 by W2LTP, Hank Greenberg,
as a Worked All States and DX Assistance Net.
web page is dedicated to those many silent keys and previous members
who haved helped make this Net so successful over the last 34 years.
- W2NKD - W0IDI - W9ZGV - K0JLG - PJ9EE - WD6DNE - WB8SSR
W9IH - W9ZGP - W7LMW - W7BIQ - AC4EZ - WB0EYT - KK8K - VK5QW - WD0GMT
WB0JOS - W8DSU - WA4BEC - KI7HP - AA1ME - WD6DUL - N7IOD - KA4VPM
N7EMY - W4GA - KH6FKG - W4TAT - W0HHH - WA4YDO - KB5IPQ - KE7IEE
THE TRIPLE H NET HISTORY
Over the past 40 years, the Triple H Net has awarded
over 963 Worked-All-States certificates
to radio operators in all 50 states and 17 DXCC countries. However, there are over thirty other
types of award certificates one can obtain for the various kinds of contacts made on the Net, the
majority of them capable of multiple endorsements. The first net secretary,
Irwin Mattes, WB8SSR (now a silent key), used to make each award by hand . As more award
possibilities were introduced in the middle 1980's, WB6FNI (now W7FTT) was asked to make all
extra award certificates. When WB8SSR became a silent key, then all awards were generated by
W7FTT using 'publisher' software and new ink-jet printers. The number of issued awards and
endorsements are now around 5575!
Net operates 364 days/year on a frequency of 7.190 mHz, starting at
0700 Z. The first thirty
minutes are dedicated to check-ins, with preference given to DX stations first and foremost. The
stateside check-ins are taken according to call districts that coincide with the day of the month.
On New Year's Eve, there is the annual Triple H Net QSO-Party, held exclusively for only net
members (those who have earned WAS certificates on the Triple H Net).
The Net has a free and open QSL Bureau , first operated by Bernie Chap, WB0EYT (now a silent
key), currently operated and maintained by Roger Attwell, WN7M, of Everett, WA. Roger is also
the other official 'officer' of the Net, and maintains the Net Control Station (NCS) duty roster.
Goff, AB5BG, is the Net Proctor and Observer, helping to maintain the
Net operations and courteous manner of check-ins, along with the relay station protocol.
are a number of official Net Control Stations (NCS's) that maintain and
control the nightly
operations, even under and despite difficult band conditions. Mark Nodine, KJ6MS, and Mike
White, W4MTS, are the Net's 'senior' NCS's. Others include Bruce Kocher, KI0JG, Barbara Heck,
KD7YOZ, Bob Percefull, NC4RP, Ron Fial, KO7V, and Russ Stoddard., KG6FUJ.
There are many other stations that help as 'officially designated relays'.
Click here for the TRIPLE H NET PHOTO PAGE!! NEW!!
This web site has applications and examples of all award certificates.
Net Info Net Awards Member Roster QSL Bureau Ham/Month Ham/Year
Statistics Award Applications Recently Issued Awards/Endorsements
Events/Net Store/Stickers Number of Awards/Endorsements Issued by Type
Past Honors Net Silent Keys
Jim Young, W7FTT (ex-WB6FNI) - Net
P. O. Box 576
Wrightwood, CA 92397-0576
Home page of W7FTT (see here for astronomy related pictures!)
Home Page of YOUNG'S PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERY History and Pictures
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Net Members: If
you have a Web Page, contact me; I will link your
personal page to your callsign in the member roster .
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