Georgia Single Sideband Association

Serving Amateur Radio Since 1960

Check into the voice of the Association, the Georgia Single Sideband Net, nightly on 3975 kHz at 2300 UTC.
Summer (Eastern Daylight Savings Time) – 7 pm
Winter (Eastern Standard Time) – 6 pm

Welcome to the online home of the Georgia Single Sideband Association. Have a look around.

Interested in joining? Click here.

Have questions or comments? Click here.

GA SSB Association 2024 Ham of the Year

The following are the 2024 Ham of the Year nominees:

Connie Holland, KK4ZFL                                                                                          Garrett Gonella, KU4SD                                                                                          Jim Altman, W4UCK                                                                                              Nancy Marsh, KO4SGO

You must be a GA SSB Association paid member to vote for the 2024 Ham of the Year.  Only 1 vote per member and votes must be received by Garrett, KU4SD by midnight June 16th.  Send to ku4sd@ku4sd.com

The recipient will be announced at the annual Association on air business meeting to be held on June 24th at 2300 UTC.

Passing Traffic Information

Here are a few links for information regarding Radiograms and the National Traffic System.

 ARRL NTS 2.0 website

ARRL page with additional links and information about the NTS.

Message Format

Interactive Radiogram Form

Noninteractive Radiogram Form

Current Net Control Roster

Sunday – KU4SD, Garrett
Monday – W4WTC, Terry
Tuesday – K4RTZ, Phil
Wednesday – KN4QJ, Frank
Thursday – W4UCK, Jim
Friday – WD4ERM, Ken
Saturday – W4RIK, Rick
Alternate – N9MGK, Alan
Alternate – KE4VPD, George
Alternate – KO4SGO, Nancy                                          Alternate – N4DZV, Tyrone

 

 

 

Current Officers and Board Members

President / NM – Terry Cantrell, W4WTC
Vice President – Jim Altman, W4UCK
Secretary / Treasurer – Garrett Gonella, KU4SD
Director – George Young, KE4VPD
Director – Frank Hobbs, KN4QJ

Net Historian – Charles Pennington, K4GK