The RMRL is a Denver-based amateur radio club that offers a full array of ham radio operating modes: VHF, UHF, analog and digital repeater operations, and multiple Internet connectivity modes including IRLP, Echolink, DMR via the Brandmeister network, and Yaesu Fusion.  We are affiliated with the American Radio Relay League.

We welcome everyone with an interest in any facet of ham radio to come and join us for the fun!

Members are located up and down the Front Range from Cheyenne to Colorado Springs, and membership fluctuates around 250. Activities include furnishing communications coverage for civic events, emergencies, and a severe storm warning network to assist the National Weather Service. Social events include a holiday dinner each year.  The RMRL is a ham radio club for everyone.

The club was organized in the late 1960’s and has provided repeater service to the Front Range of Colorado since. The RMRL’s flagship 2-meter repeater on 146.94 MHz has been in continuous operation from its present location on Squaw Mountain (11,440′ MSL) for over 40 years.


The Rocky Mountain Radio League invites you to join us for the RMRL weekly on-air meeting on the 146.940, 449.450, and 449.825 repeaters every Monday night starting at 8:30pm Mountain Time.

Nets are welcome on the RMRL repeaters; contact any of the officers to schedule a time.

For a list of more IRLP and Echolink nets, download the World Radio Net Schedule provided by John, W2JLD. If you want to become a member it’s easy to pay online, just check the membership page for more information.

Always on Nets on the Rocky Mountain Radio League. Tune in!

Day Time Net Frequency/ PL Description
Daily 0630 Colorado Weather Net 146.940- / 103.5 146.940- and 449.825- And 3.989 on HF. This net has been sanctioned by the National Weather Service. Now celebrating sixty years of volunteer excellence in the state of Colorado’s radio realm. www.5280weather.com. New volunteers welcome.
Daily 0800 Worldwide Friendship Net 145.340- / 103.5 Open to all licensed radio amateurs anywhere in the world. Please use standard ITU phonetics to check in. The 145.340- is RMRL auto-connected to IRLP 9617.
Daily 1215 Hazardous Weather Net DIGITAL 449.750 Hazardous Weather Net carried on RMRL’s DMR repeater: 449.750, time slot 1, talkgroup 310815
Sun 1930 Denver Area Scouts Net 449.450 / 103.5 1st and 3rd Sundays each month. The net is also carried on Allstar (46079), DMR Talkgroup 310847 (and RMRL DMR repeater 449.750 Time slot 1) and Fusion Room “DENVERSKYHUBLINK”.
Mon 1900 SBE Hamnet and SkyHubLink Net 449.450 / 103.5 www.skyhublink.com/nets. Open to all. The net is also carried on Allstar (46079), DMR Talkgroup 310847 (and RMRL DMR repeater 449.750 Timeslot 1), and Fusion Room “SKYHUBLINK” Wires-X #46361 and other local Fusion Repeaters and more connected repeaters. See www.skyhublink.com/repeaters or contact Jack at  for more information and to get on the SBE NET e-mail list.
Mon 2015 RMRL tailgate party 449.750
TG 310894
TS 2
CC 1
Join us before the weekly net on our digital repeater for a pre-net tailgate party (casual net).  Tune your digital radio to the 449.750, Color Code 1, Talkgroup 310894, Timeslot 2.  You might hear President Emeritus, Glenn, WN0EHE, joining us from Arizona!
Mon 2030 RMRL Weekly On-Air Meeting and Net 146.940- / 103.5 146.94-, 449.450-, and 449.825- This net offers RMRL’s local, national, and international news and happenings, membership and guest check-ins and a swap session for ham related gear to sell, trade, give away, plus item want requests.
Tue 1900 The Colorado Astronomy Net 146.940- / 103.5 146.940- and 449.825- This is the definitive astronomy net for amateurs. This net is hosted by Burness Ansell, KIØAR, and has been a gateway to the heavens and solar happenings since 1996. www.ki0ar.com/
Wed 2000 Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery Net
(temporarily suspended)
146.940- / 103.5 (temporarily suspended) 449.825- /103.5 Open to all licensed radio amateurs. Please use standard ITU phonetics to check in. Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery.
Thu 1930 ARES Region 1 District 6 146.940- / 103.5 146.940- ARES Region 1 District 6: Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Jefferson Counties. Except the third Thursday of the month.  Backup repeater is the 147.300 MHz, PL 103.5 Hz.
Thu 2030 Outdoor Adventure USA Net 145.340- / 103.5 145.340- Camping and off-road net. Outdoor Adventure USA. 145.340- auto-connecting to IRLP Reflector 9251.

Denver Area Net List

Members of the Rocky Mountain Radio League have benefits. Membership will give you the authorization codes to connect to those nets marked with an asterisk (*) below.  (Be sure to ask if the frequency is in use before connecting.)  Those and many more nets are available.

Member Choice Nets

*Member Choice Nets! Membership will give you the authorization codes to connect to these and any other IRLP Nets. Always use standard ITU phonetics.
Day Time Net Reflector or Node
Daily 1000 *Check in Net IRLP: 9251. WORLD conference server check in net.
Mon 1800 *220 Rag Chewers Net IRLP: 9618; Echolink: 29618; AllStar: 27408
Mon-Sat 1200 *Alaska Morning Net Reflector 9101