Our Nets

An amateur radio net is simply an on-the-air “gathering” of amateur radio operators. We have a variety of nets to satisfy your interests. Read more about all our nets below. 

Homeland Security Net
This is our Simplex Net. We meet at 7PM each Tuesday evening on 147.51 MHz. No splits, no tones, no repeater. Just good conversation, and some practice for those situations when the repeaters might go down.
As with all our nets, the Homeland Security Net is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.
Ten Meter Digital Net
Our Ten Meter Digital Net meets each Thursday evening at 7:30 PM Eastern, on 28.122MHz.
We use the Olivia 8/500 Mode.
To check into the net:
"AARCDN de (your call), name. city, with or without a comment"
Then when making a comment or addressing the net use:
"AARCDN de (your call) ‘ and then your comments. "
As with all our nets, the 10 Meter digital Net is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.
Ten Meter SSB Net
Our Ten Meter SSB Net meets each Thursday evening at 8 PM Eastern, on 28.420MHz.
We sometimes shift frequency due to QRM, but we are never far off of 420.
As with all our nets, the 10 Meter SSB Net is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.
Note for net control operators:
Here is the script for the 10M SSB Net
Ten Meter CW Net
Our Ten Meter CW Net meets each Thursday evening immediately following our 10 Meter SSB net. We meet on 28.100MHz.
Check in at whatever speed is comfortable for you. We will change to match your speed.
As with all our nets, the 10 Meter CW Net is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.
Two Meter Net
Our Two Meter Net meets each Thursday evening at 9 PM Eastern, on our 2 Meter Repeater.
The Repeater frequency is 145.370MHz, minus offset, with a tone of 110.9hz (transmit & receive)
As with all our nets, the 2 Meter SSB Net is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.