An amateur radio net, ham net, or simply net, is an “on-the-air” gathering of amateur radio operators. Nets are low-stress opportunities to test your equipment and practice your abilities.
“Now What?” Net
Specifically for those who just got their license and are asking, “Now what?”
7:00 pm PST
145.450 MHz (123Hz tone)
Before COVID-19 this group met in person on the 4th Monday of each month at the Eugene Police Department, 300 Country Club Road Eugene, OR 97401 and on the air the other Mondays. Currently meetings are on the air each Monday at 7:00 PM 145.450 MHz (123Hz tone). You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VRC Tech Net
This net is specifically designed for asking and answering amateur radio related questions and practicing our skills.
7:00 pm – 7:30 pm PST
146.72 MHz (100Hz tone) on the VRC repeater
“Up the Crick” Net
This net is to encourage license upgrades and to provide a place for new General Class and up hams to “learn the ropes” on an HF band.
7:30 pm PST
Slow Code Net
This net is to provide practice and feedback to those who are learning Morse code. It’s a great place to go slow but get it right.
8:30 pm PST
During halftime of every University of Oregon Ducks football game — or at noon (PST) during COVID-19 restrictions.
147.42 MHz simplex (this is the Valley Club’s go-to simplex frequency)