The Eye Bank Net was organized in 1962 for the purpose of locating and
arranging for the distribution of eye cornea tissue to be used in corneal
transplant operations. We handled this traffic for over 30 years,
until the internet took over this job. During that time, the Eye Bank Net assisted in the transfer of over 11,000 eye tissues. We are now a public service net and we continue to meet out of fellowship and to help keep the tradition of Amateur Radio in public service alive. We have a list of regular check-ins that we call, then stand by for "additional" check-ins. This is an open net; all licensed Hams are welcome.
AD4NY - one powerful station - O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me;.....Psalm 43:3
Many of our members use remote hams app to access the eyebank net. It is a great resource if you are not able to be at your station. The application is available for download and runs on Windows. There us an android app available in the play store for your android device. Sorry but there is not an app for Apple at this time.
We are blessed by Matthew KJ4TN who allows us access to his station near Birmingham Alabama via the remote hams application.
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