Netlogger!

Good morning, everyone!

Beginning in January 2019, D.A.R.K. and the BC ARES will begin using Netlogger. We have determined that we wish to fill a gap in our communications until we can get Echolink restored to the 925. We want our members who are out of state or unavailable to call in on the 925 during nets to be able to participate!

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A COMPUTER PROGRAM, NOT A PHONE APP!

Netlogger is a free, online logging program which will run in real-time during our nets. You download and install the software on your Windows-based computer, select our net, and then put your callsign in to check in on the net! We are very excited to bring you this option for checking in on our nets!

You can find the website here. Please consider downloading and installing this free software so you can participate with us when you are not in the 925’s coverage area!

For a picture tutorial on how to download, install, and use NetLogger to check in, click here.

Published by Sam Henley

Hi! My name is Sam! I serve as the Public Information Officer (PIO) for Warsaw Fire Protection District, the President of the Warsaw Firefighters Benevolence Fund, a trainer and PIO for the Benton County, MO Community Emergency Response Team, and a member of the Benton County, MO Amateur Radio Emergency Service. I hold a general class amateur radio license, call sign KE0LMY. I serve as the Director of Camden County, MO Emergency Management Agency. I also serve as the Treasurer of the Missouri Emergency Management Association and the Public Relations Manager of the Missouri CERT Association.

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