Below are a list of nets that has been complied for your benefit. You are encouraged
to check into any of the nets below for ARES and EMCOMM information or for
traffic in to and out of the NTS. Or search for a specific net here.
If there are other nets that you would like to see listed here, drop a note
ALL STATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED TO MONITOR 146.52 MHZ (NATIONAL CALLING FREQUENCY) DURING ALL ARES NETS
DAILY : JEFFERSON NOON NET (JNN) 1200-1230L. Traffic accepted at: 1230 LCL
7232 ± LSB (3987 ± LSB alternate) - RELAYS (most days):
Reno/Sparks (NV) 147.12+ (123.0) WNNN (Western Nevada Noon Net)
Happy Camp (CA) 146.445 (simplex)
Klamath (OR) and Siskiyou (CA) Counties 146.55 (simplex)
Jackson (OR) and Siskiyou (CA) Counties 147.26+ (123.0) Mt. Ashland
Primary service area: Northern California, Oregon, northwest Nevada.
Extended service area: Washington, Idaho, southern California, ships at sea,
and “anywhere else the signals reach”. Net manager: email@example.com
NIGHTLY NORTHERN CALIFORNIA / NEVADA TRAFFIC NETS -
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NET (NCN/1) 1900L 3630 KHz CW
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NET (NCN/2) 2100L 3705 KHz CW (slow speed)
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NET (NCN/V) 1930L 145.210- FM (100.0) Stockton
SACRAMENTO VALLEY TRAFFIC NET (SVTN) 2100L 146.850- FM (110.8) Chico
6TH REGIONAL NET (RN6) 1945L 3655 KHz CW
6TH REGIONAL NET (RN6) 2130L 3655 KHz CW
PACIFIC AREA NET (PAN) (SUMMER) 2030L 7052 KHz CW
PACIFIC AREA NET (PAN) (WINTER) 2030L 3651 KHz CW
ARES EMERGENCY NET AND CALLING FREQUENCIES:
146.55 ARES TACTICAL
147.42 ARES/Red Cross
146.52 NATIONAL CALLING and Wilderness Protocol
SV SECTION ARES MUTUAL ASSISTANCE, TRAFFIC AND
CALLING FREQUENCIES: SSB: Daytime: 7232 “up” - (NTS traffic “up” 5-10 kHz,
or 7111 CW)
“down” (NTS traffic down 5-10 kHz, or 3711 CW)
“down” (NTS traffic down 5-10 kHz, or 1916 CW)
60 meters: 5332 USB
(alternate: 5348 USB) CW: Daytime : 7111 “up” (NTS/ARES/traffic/calling
Nighttime: 3711 “up”
Alternate: 1916 “up”
60 METER BAND USB CHANNELS
(FOR EMCOMM NETS: START WITH “A”, MOVE UP AS NEEDED.)
5403.5kHz (common US/UK)
SECTION AND REGIONAL ARES and SKYWARN NETS: (updated
25 Dec 2012
NWS WX SPOTTER / SKYWARN NET
EVERY WEDNESDAY 1915 to 1930L:
ARRL / ARES NETS:
ALL NETS BEGIN AT: 1930 Pacific time zone on 3987 LSB (1982 LSB alternate)
NOTE: Local ARES teams are invited to have VHF >< HF relay stations participate. “VHF/UHF” ARES stations are encouraged to listen on HF and
check in via a VHF to HF relay. (ALL NETS WILL ACCEPT FORMAL TRAFFIC NEAR END OF NET.)
FIRST WEDNESDAY of the month:
Regional WINCO (Washington, Idaho, Nevada, California, Oregon) ARES net (any and all ARES
stations welcome). ARES members are invited to submit appropriate announcements, topics for discussion, or questions via email or
at net time.
SECOND WEDNESDAY of the month:
Sacramento Valley Section ARRL Net (stations outside the SV section are welcome). General amateur radio topics of interest to ARRL members.
Stations outside the SV Section are welcome.
1900 146.085- (127.3) SV Section ARRL Net (south central valley area)
1930 3987± kHz LSB (1982 kHz alternate)
NCS: An ARRL leader or other designated station within in the SV Section.
THIRD WEDNESDAY of the month:
Regional ARES LEADERSHIP NET. A multi-county, multi district, multi-section, multi-state,
multi-division net for SECs, DECs, ECs, AECs, and other ARRL leaders. Visitors may check in at end of net. Meet your
(and other) ARES leaders!
NCS: An ARES Leader on a pre-scheduled basis.
FOURTH WEDNESDAY of the month:
Sacramento Valley Section ARES Net. (ARES stations outside the SV Section are welcome.) NCS: SV SEC, DEC, EC. or AEC.
FIFTH WEDNESDAY of the month (when that happens):