Amateur Radio Nets

Amateur Radio Net
Abby and Her Dad Jamey On The Air

The Nashua Area Radio Society currently holds two weekly on-air Amateur Radio Nets. The purpose of our nets includes:

  • Testing and using our equipment; being prepared to support communications in emergency situations
  • Sharing information about Nashua Area Radio Society upcoming activities and events
  • Sharing our recent Amateur Radio Activities
  • Having Fun!

All licensed Amateurs are welcome to join our weekly nets.

Weekly Repeater Net

Our weekly repeater net is held on Sunday Evenings at 7:30 pm eastern time (Monday 00:30 UTC during standard time). The format of our Repeater Net includes a weekly discussion question or two which gives all who participate a chance to share something about themselves and their interests. This Net also includes information about upcoming Nashua Area Radio Society activities and events. We conduct our weekly nets on the N1IMN-N1IMO Repeater System whose wide coverage includes New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

N1IMN-N1IMO Repeater System Access Information
N1IMN-N1IMO Repeater System Access Information

You can access our Repeater Net via any of these repeaters or via EchoLink as N1IMO-R.

We have a different Net Control Operator (NCO) for our Repeater Net each week. The NCO for the next few nets posted in our On The Air Forum here on our website. The NCO will also post a list of the operators who check in each week in this same forum.

We hope to hear you on our next Weekly Repeater Net!

Weekly HF Net

We also hold on Weekly HF Net on the 10m band. This Net begins at 8:30 pm eastern time (Monday 01:30 UTC during standard time) on Sunday evenings and features a round-table chat format. We hold our HF Net on or around 28.480 MHz using SSB Phone mode.  The NCO for our HF Net can be contacted here.  You can find more information about this net on our club calendar. All licensed Amateur Radio operators are invited to join our HF net.

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