League Nets

The League will strive to help promote continued communication and education through the usage of amateur radio nets on it’s sponsored KM4GHM repeater, as well as simplex when appropriate. Below are details on nets operated and sponsored by the WCRL, as well as additional area nets.

League Sponsored Nets:

Information & Training Net

Net will be on hold until further notice.

MJ_SS Simplex Net

Sunday and Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM on 146.415 FM Simplex we conduct a net to help both new and experienced Hams to communicate locally without the aid of repeaters.  This is important because in the event of a large-scale disaster, repeaters may not be available due to damage or government usage.
Skilled Simplex operators can provide valuable information to government Emergency Management centers as well as each other. It is presumed that all involved with the net will work toward improving their transmit/receive capability through improved antenna efficiency, height and directivity. It is hoped that participants will see the value of Simplex and work toward improving their ability to communicate verbally and assist Net Control in relaying signals from outlying areas.

For net related questions/comments, please contact the Net Manager (Paul, K4PEW) at K4PEW@ARRL.net

 

Other Area Nets:

We believe that nets are an integral part of Amateur Radio and encourage all Hams to participate in them. Below is a gallery of area nets operated by groups other than WCRL. We have no share in any of these nets, nor do we make any endorsement of them. This is not an all inclusive list, and if you know of a net we don’t have listed, use the “Contact Us” link and it will be added. These listings are provided for informational purposes only.

Wilson ARC – Information And Training Net

When: Every Thursday night at 8pm, proceeded by a System Fusion digital net

Where: 147.105+, TSQL 156.7

Website: www.wilsonarc.org

 Short Mountain Repeater Club – Old Codger’s Net

When: Every Monday night at 8pm

Where: 146.910-, optional tone 114.8

Website: www.smrclub.com

Dekalb/Cannon County ARES – Training Net

When: Every Tuesday night at 7pm

Where: 145.490-, no tone

Website: www.dccarc.org

Short Mountain Repeater Club – Information Net

When: Every Tuesday night at 8pm

Where: 146.910-, optional tone 114.8

Website: www.smrclub.com

MTEARS Net

When: Every Monday night at 8pm

Where: MTEARS Repeater System

Website: www.mtears.org

Sumner County ARES – Training Net

When: Every Tuesday night at 7:30pm

Where: On the SHOUT SOUTH repeater system

Website: www.sumnerares.org

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