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     * In conversation,​ you can say "​over"​ if you want, otherwise there is typically a beep indicating the end of a transmission. ​     * In conversation,​ you can say "​over"​ if you want, otherwise there is typically a beep indicating the end of a transmission. ​
     * Don't worry too much, if they know your new or you are doing something not quite right, hams are generally forgiving and will just remind you if you are doing it wrong. Heck, just ask if you have questions too. It's a good topic starter.     * Don't worry too much, if they know your new or you are doing something not quite right, hams are generally forgiving and will just remind you if you are doing it wrong. Heck, just ask if you have questions too. It's a good topic starter.
-  ​* Simplex ​Channels+    * SARNET [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=ua2gD0ZDkvY|video]] and the [[https://​www.sarnetfl.com|SARNET website]] 
 +  ​* Simplex ​ChannelsSar
     * They talk about etiquette for moving to simplex channels and how you should move your conversations to simplex so you don't tie up the repeater. Areas differ, but I have not historically had to do that or have heard others do that. The repeaters in my area aren't very busy, so I'm sure that is a factor. There are two regularly used repeaters in my area that people use.     * They talk about etiquette for moving to simplex channels and how you should move your conversations to simplex so you don't tie up the repeater. Areas differ, but I have not historically had to do that or have heard others do that. The repeaters in my area aren't very busy, so I'm sure that is a factor. There are two regularly used repeaters in my area that people use.
   * SSB, CW, and Digital Contacts   * SSB, CW, and Digital Contacts
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