Denver Area Net List

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Day Time Net Frequency PL Notes
Daily 0630 Colorado Weather Net 146.940- 103.5 HF on 3.945MHz And 3.989 on HF. This net has been sanctioned by the National Weather Service. On the air since 1955, dedicated hams with good weather equipment track Colorado’s volatile weather as a public service. 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 1200 The High Noon Net 7.240 MHz
Daily 1215 Hazardous Weather Net 449.225- 141.3 Hazardous Weather Net carried on UHF and now on RMRL’s DMR repeater: 449.750, time slot 1, talkgroup 310815
Daily 1215 Hazardous Weather Net DIGITAL 449.750 TS 1, TG 310815 Hazardous Weather Net carried on RMRL’s DMR repeater: 449.750, time slot 1, talkgroup 310815
Daily 1300 Severe Weather NET 449.450- 103.5 Severe Weather NET on the SkyHub system. NETS can be formal or informal depending on the need of the day.
Daily 1830 Colorado Emergency Reporting Net 145.310- 88.5 Gather and coordinate volunteers to be monitoring the Colorado Connection for emergency traffic. Volunteers sign up for a particular hour and are available to handle emergency traffic should it occur.
Daily 1900 Colorado Traffic Net 145.310- 88.5 Colorado Traffic Net website.
Daily 1930 Colorado Columbine Net 3.989 MHz Covers the Western U.S.
Sun 0800 ARES Statewide Net 3.810 MHz LSB This Net is in addition to the Statewide ARES net on VHF at 0830. Alternates are 3 up, 3 down, 6 up, 6 down.
Sun 0900 Colorado Repeater Association 145.460- 107.2 Linked 224.980-, 145.160-, 145.460-, Swap List
Sun 0930 ARES Region 1 District 2 146.640- 100.0 Arapahoe County. ArapahoeAres.org Backup 146.880-
Sun 1000 Six-Meter Invitational Net 53.050- 107.2
Sun 1800 Colorado RACES Statewide Net 3990.5 KHz LSB Early check-ins taken
Sun 1900 Castle Rock Rptr Group 146.670- 100.0 CRRG
Sun 1900 Radops 146.985- 100 Shriners
Sun 1900 APRS Net 145.460- 107.2 Packet APRS System
Sun 1900 Denver Area Scouts Net 449.450 103.5 1st and 3rd Sundays of 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”.
Sun 1900 Rocky Mountain Neighborhood 3.805 MHz LSB Weekly Roundtable Open to All
Sun 1930 Intermountain Repeater Group 145.280- Linked with 449.525-
Sun 2000 ARES Statewide Net 145.310- 88.5
Sun 2000 Rocky Mountain Monitoring Net 145.460- 107.2 Scanners & Frequencies – Linked 224.980-, 145.160-
Sun 2000 Southeast Denver Preparedness Net (temp. suspended) 448.675- 100.0 This net has been temporarily suspended. Topics of general preparedness and self-sufficiency.
Sun 2030 Denver Radio Club 145.490- 100.0 Linked to 448.625- Alt. 147.330 (tone 100)
Mon 1830 NCARC TechNet 447.275- 141.3 Northern Colorado Amatuer Radio Club tech net
Mon 1900 Indian Peaks Radio Club 146.910- 123 Directed Net for club news and any topic that comes up (fires, smoke, etc). We use the Gold Hill Airlink Repeater, W0JZ, 146.910, -600, 123 PL.
Mon 1900 SkyHub Link System-wide Net 449.450- 103.5 sbe.org. 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 “DENVERSKYHUBLINK”. Contact Jack at for more information and to get on the SBE NET e-mail list.
Mon 1930 Denver Water Amateur Radio Club 147.210+ 100.0 Open to all.
Mon 2000 ARES Region 1 District 3 146.760- 100.0 Broomfield and Boulder.
Mon 2000 Colorado QRP Club 145.460- 107.2 Those in Boulder can tune into 145.460 while Colorado Springs can use 145.160.
Mon 2000 Rocky Mountain VHF+ Net 144.220 Upper Side Band
Mon 2030 RMRL Weekly On-Air Meeting and Net 146.940- 103.5 Linked 449.450-, 449.825-. Check-ins, news, and swaplist.
Mon 2030 Parker Radio Association D-STAR Net 446.850- DV PRA XReflector, XRF223. Requires a D-Star capable radio or appropriate computer accessories.
Tue 1700 The Absolute Tech Net 449.450- 103.5 Nets last up to, but no more than two hours. Absolute Tech is a technology net for ham radio operators and others that covers a broad spectrum of technology but, not limited to ham radio devices or applications. New and neat-old technology will be covered. https://www.absolutetech.org/
Tue 1900 TechConnect Net 145.145- 107.2 285 TechConnect Radio Club
Tue 1900 Denver ARES Region 1, District 4 146.670- 100 Serving the City and County of Denver and the American Red Cross Regional Office. Backup repeater is the 147.21+ (100 Hz tone). No net the last Tuesday of the month.
Tue 1900 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. KI0AR Website
Tue 1900 LARC Tuesday Night Hamlet (Newbie) Net 147.270+ 100.0 Linked to the 448.800- 88.5 Hz CTCSS tone. Longmont Amateur Radio Club net for new ham radio operators, so they can learn how to use a net, ask questions and get answers, and make new friends who are in the same situation.
Tue 1930 Airlink Repeater Group 146.910- 123 Directed net, general topics of discussion. Gold Hill Airlink Repeater, W0JZ, 146.910, -600, 123 PL.
Tue 2000 Edge of Space Sciences 145.460- 107.2 145.160 MHz in Colorado Springs. High Altitude Balloons
Tue 2000 Parker Radio Association Net 448.675- 100.0 Parker Radio Association
Wed 1900 Masonic Fellowship 146.985- 100.0
Wed 1900 Digital Learning Net 449.450- and DMR 449.75 TS1, CC1, TG 310847 103.5 449.450- /103.5 and DMR 449.75 TS1, CC1, TG 310847 on Skyhublink. Open to all licensed radio amateurs. Please use standard ITU phonetics to check in. Discuss all Digital Modes including DMR, Fusion, D-Star, Allstar, Hotspots, and WiRES-X. Also HF Digital Modes.
Wed 1930 ARRL Rocky Mountain Division 145.340- 103.5
Wed 1930 The Learning Net (open to ALL) 145.490- 448.625- (Linked) 100.0 (No Net 3rd Wed. of the month due to the DRC meeting.) Links to info and past topics.
Wed 1930 Simplex Net 146.550 PEN (Preparedness Educational Network)
Wed 2000 Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery Net
(temporarily suspended)
146.940- 103.5 (temporarily suspended) Also on the 449.825/103.5 Open to all licensed radio amateurs. Please use standard ITU phonetics to check in. Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery.
Wed 2000 Aurora Repeater Association 147.150+ 100.0 Linked 224.740, 448.850-, Swap
Thu 1800 Red Cross Net 145.310- 88.5 First Thursday of every month.
Thu 1900 American Red Cross DMR Net Rocky Mountain wide TG 3rd Thursday of the month. (This is in addition to the 1st Thursday VHF net on the Colorado Connection. It doesn’t replace it.)
fourth Thu 1900 Society of Broadcast Engineers NET 449.450- 103.5 Broadcast on the Skyhub Link System (of which the 449.450 repeater is a member) Join Randall AE7RJ from Spokane for the NEW Society of Broadcast Engineers NET. Randall will be taking SBE Check in’s and making announcements. If you are an SBE Member you will be able to take checking into the net as a half point credit for your SBE Re-certification.
Thu 1930 DRL Fun Net 146.880- 100.0 Covers almost anything amateur radio related, usually round-table format. Denver Radio League.
Thu (except 3rd Thu of the month) 1930 ARES Region 1 District 6 146.940- 103.5 Jefferson, Gilpin, and Clear Creek Counties. The backup repeater is 147.300 MHz, PL 103.5 Hz.
Thu 2000 ARES Region 1 District 5 448.425- 107.2 Douglas – Elbert Counties. Except the fourth Thursday of the month.
Thu 2000 Colorado Connection Net 145.310- 88.5 Multi Linked – Covers most of Colorado
Thu 2000 LARC Thursday Night Net 147.270+ 100.0 Linked to the 448.800- 88.5 Hz CTCSS tone. Longmont Amateur Radio Club weekly membership net. All are welcome.
Thu 2000 the “SARA” Net 449.450- 103.5 Broadcast on the SkyHub Link System, the San Luis Valley Amateur Radio Association (SARA) invites you to join their weekly net.
Thu 2030 Outdoor America USA Net 145.340- 103.5 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9251. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Wait to be recognized by the net controller. This is a camping, off-road, and outdoor preparedness net. OAUSA.net
Thu 2030 SATERN (Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network) 145.490- 100.0 Linked to 448.625-
Fri 2000 Nostalgia Net 145.490- 100.0 Linked to 448.625- Antique Radios, Fall and Winter
Sat 1200 SKYHUBLINK Swapfest NET 449.450- 103.5 Join Robert KC8GPD for the SkyHubLink HIGH NOON Swapfest NET. Robert will be taking check in’s and listing amatuer radio things to buy/sell/trade. If you have something you are looking for or want to sell or trade send an email to robert at . The RMRL has a Swaplist on Monday evenings after the weekly net. See the current offerings on the Swap List page.
Second Saturday each month 1200 American Legion Net 145.340- 103.5 Connecting IRLP node 335(0) with ref: 9735. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in, giving your name, city, and state.

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