Nets

Checking into nets is a good way for amateurs to test and verify their equipment and at the same time improve operator skills. Nets provide an opportunity to experiment and learn about local propagation. Participating in nets can be a lot of fun and a great way to make new friends.

All of the nets listed below welcome visitors. The HF nets listed require a General class license or higher.
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[section title=”Sunday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 Oregon District 5 ARES Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”Oregon District 5 ARES Net (HF)”]

17:30
3964 kHz

Weekly net of ARES District 5 Emergency Coordinators (ECs) and members from Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson and Josephine counties. Roundtable follows check-in.

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 18:00 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

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[tab title=”MON”]
[sections]
[section title=”Monday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)
19:30 Humboldt County ARES Net (VHF)
19:45 Humboldt Emergency HF Net

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 1800 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

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[section title=”Humboldt County ARES Net (VHF)”]

19:30
146.760 (-) 103.5

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[section title=”Humboldt Emergency HF Net”]

19:45
3.955 LSB

Check-in on a regular basis and you’ll become a member.

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[tab title=”TUE”]

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[section title=”Tuesday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)
18:30 Gasquet Emergency Net (VHF)
18:45 Curry Emergency Net (VHF)
19:00 Pelican Bay Amateur Radio Club Net (VHF)
19:15 Del Norte Amateur Radio Club Emergency Net (VHF)
19:30 ORCA Digital Net (HF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 1800 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

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[section title=”Gasquet Emergency Net (VHF)”]

18:30
147.180 (+)136.5
Net uses repeater located on French Hill at Camp Six, 5 miles east of Gasquet, CA (3,700 ft). In Oregon this repeater can be heard in Grants Pass, Merlin, Cave Junction, Brookings, Harbor.

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[section title=”Curry Emergency Net (VHF)”]

18:45
147.250 (+) 88.5
Using the Bosley repeater located north of Brookings on Bosley Butte (3,400 ft). This net covers coastal Curry County with member stations in Port Orford, Ophir, Gold Beach, Cape Ferrello, Brookings, Harbor, Cave Junction, Hiouchi, CA, Gasquet, CA, Fort Dick, CA, Crescent City, CA and Eureka, CA.

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[section title=”Pelican Bay Amateur Radio Club Net (VHF)”]

19:00
146.960 (-) 88.5
Members from Brookings, Harbor, Gold Beach, Port Orford, Crescent City and Fort Dick.

We encourage members to be the Net Control Station (NCS).

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[section title=”Del Norte Amateur Radio Club Emergency Net (VHF)”]

19:15
146.880 (-)136.5
Members from Crescent City, Smith River, Gasquet, Hiouchi, Fort Dick, Eureka, Harbor and Brookings, OR.

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[section title=”ORCA Digital Net (HF)”]

19:30
3.581 (USB) MFSK32 @ 1500
Software: FLDIGI, FLMSG, FLAMP
Other modes and bands depending on conditions.

The ORCA DIGITAL NET is dedicated to learning and developing digital operating skills and practicing digital traffic handling. The net connects digital Amateur Operators with common interests in training, information-sharing, and mutual-aid. Visitors always welcome.

Doug K7KY (NCS)
www.orcadigitalnet.com

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[tab title=”WED”]

[sections]

[section title=”Wednesday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)
19:30 Humboldt Far West Repeater Net (VHF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 18:00 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

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[section title=”Humboldt Far West Repeater Net (VHF)”]

19:30

Mount Pierce, 146.760 (-600) Scotia, California
Horse Mountain, 147.000 (+600) Willow Creek, California
Pratt Mountain, 146.610 (-600) Garberville, California
Dinsmore, 146.980 (-600) Dinsmore, California
Humboldt Hill, 146.700 (-600) Eureka, California and the Humboldt Bay region

The Far West Repeater Association maintains 5 linked repeaters in Humboldt County, California. The repeaters have an autopatch function which allows users to make local telephone calls in the Humboldt Bay region. The autopatch also allows users a direct link to the 9-1-1 operator for emergency messages.

The repeaters are open to all licensed Amateur Radio operators.

Users of these repeaters include members of the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club, the Redwood Amateur Radio Club in Fortuna, and the Southern Humboldt Amateur Radio Club in Garberville.

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[tab title=”THURS”]

[sections]

[section title=”Thursday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)
19:00 PBARC Social Net (VHF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 18:00 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

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[section title=”PBARC Social Net (VHF)”]

19:00
146.960 (-) 88.5

Dia Doyle (Claudia) KL0HI will be net control for a new Thursday night, relaxed, non-hurry, “rag chew” net. Here new members get a chance to say hello and get used to talking on the radio.

This is a way that YL’s may have a recipe to share and OM’s may be looking for a book, a tool, or test equipment to borrow or share.

Talking on the radio in a informal net gets people more relaxed at using the radio which is the bottom line in case of emergency. We are looking forward to chatting with you,

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[tab title=”FRI”]

[sections]

[section title=”Friday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency
The Oregon Emergency Net meets twice daily on or near 3980 kHz at 18:00 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

 

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[tab title=”SAT”]

[sections]

[section title=”Saturday Quick View”]

10:00 Noontime Net (HF)
17:30 The Beaver State Net (HF)
18:00 Oregon Emergency Net (HF)

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[section title=”Noontime Net (HF)”]

10:00 Informal Net
12:00 Formal Net


7283.5 kHz. Primary Frequency
3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Noon Time Net is a public service Amateur Radio net that meets every day on 7268.5 kHz. and 3970 kHz. with a secondary frequency of 7283.5 kHz for both nets. All General and higher licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check in

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[section title=”The Beaver State Net (HF)”]

17:30
3920 kHz Primary Frequency

Meets daily at 17:30 local time on or about 3920 kHz.

Be willing to handle NTS traffic for your area. Just check into the net with or without traffic. All General Class licensees and higher are welcomed.

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[section title=”Oregon Emergency Net (HF) “]

18:00
3980 kHz. Primary Frequency

3970 kHz. Secondary Frequency

The Oregon Emergency Net meets daily on or near 3980 kHz at 18:00 local. All Amateur Radio operators holding a General class or above license are welcome to check in.

The Oregon Emergency Net (3.980) welcomes visitors. If you live in OR, wait for NCS to call your town. If you live in CA, NCS will call CA and other states at the end of the net (about :40 min past the hour).

 

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