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NETS – Bitterroot and beyond

Radio nets are a great way to practice your two-way-comms, test equipment and establish a community of communicators that could be valuable when other forms of communication go wonky on us.

The list below is not comprehensive, but can serve as a nice starting point.

HAM RADIO NETS .pdf

The same information, but less priter-friendly formatting:

1800 UTC 1200 hrs 10-10 International 28.380 -or- 28.800
1930 UTC 1330 hrs Beehive Net 7.272
0030 UTC 1830 hrs Montana traffic net 3.910 MHz
0300 UTC 2100 hrs Idaho 3.929
0300 UTC 2100 hrs Northern California 3.630

Wednesday 1900 hrs BEARS NVIS [digital] 3.850 MHz
Wednesday 1915 hrs BARC 10-meter 28.350 MHz
Wednesday 1930 hrs LDS Missoula 146.900 … backups: 147.04, 3.890
Wednesday 2000 hrs LDS Stevensville 146.580
Wednesday 2015 hrs BARC 2-meter 146.720 set handheld to receive
Wednesday 2045 hrs BEARS 2-meter 146.320 NX, digital messaging practice

Tuesday 0230 UTC AmRRON DIGITAL 40 M 7.110
Thursday 2000 hrs Lincoln/Flathead 28.305

3rd Thurs 1800 UTC regional AmRRON net 3.818 MHz
1st, 3rd Wed 2000 UTC AmRRON 20 Meter 14.342 USB
1st, 3rd Wed 2030 UTC AmRRON 20M DIGITAL 14.110 USB
1st, 3rd Wed 0130 UTC AmRRON 40 Meter 7.242 LSB Apr-Oct
1st, 3rd Wed 0230 UTC AmRRON 40M DIGITAL 7.110 USB Apr-Oct
1st, 3rd Thur 0100 UTC AmRRON regional 3.818 LSB Nov-Mar
1st, 3rd Thur 0130 UTC AmRRON regional DIGITAL 3.588 USB Nov-Mar