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The friendly net                                                                                                                   3857.5 KHz

The Mission Trail Net is an organization of Amateur Radio Stations handling non-commercial messages FREE of charge for the general public, particularly in times of emergency.


The Mission Trail Net (MTN) was established in 1937 by Bob Carter, W6NTU of Livermore, California.  


MTN is recognized as  the oldest active traffic net on record.  It was organized to handle message traffic and contacts.  It also serves as a meeting place for new friends.  


Mission Trail Net is primarily a traffic handling net.  Written messages are given priority over verbal requests.


We hope you’ll find our web site is informative.  Feel free to join us! Please contact us if you desire more information or if you have questions.







Membership, dues and general information:



Dan Farrell - W6QZ

714 778-4896

534 No Whittier Street

Anaheim, CA 92806-3055

W6QZ@arrl.net


Website, Blazer, scheduled activities

and mailings:


Judy Greenhut - KI6HQH

1112 Brent Avenue

So. Pasadena, CA 91030








Visitors are always welcome!



The Net meets on the air 365 days

every year.  


Time: 0300 Zulu  

Frequency 3857.5 KHz

Mode: LSB




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