Information About Nets and Their Schedules
Each net may vary its schedule without notice. During local emergencies tune to the frequency for your local emergency net. If you are not a member of a local net or do not how to find a local net, tune to 145.520 simplex, the National Calling Frequency. During emergencies all frequencies will be over-used, so always follow correct operating procedures using the minimum power required to make contact. (All frequencies in Megahertz, MHz or in kilohertz, kHz. HF = high-frequency, VHF = very-high frequency, UHF = ultra high frequency, LSB = lower sideband, USB = upper sideband.) Information current as of: 01/16/2015 de KZ1G.
National Calling Frequencies
2 Meter (VHF): 146.52 MHz simplex.
70 cm (UHF): 446.000 MHz simplex (see Notes).
---------- Saturday ----------
7:30 AM: Mercury Rocky Mountain Net, HF @ 3.920, LSB.
8:00 AM: R.A.C.E.S. HF odd numbered months, 3rd Saturday, @ 3.918, LSB.
You will need a Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) number. RACES activates in the event of a severe, large-scale state-wide emergency when declared by the state governor. Legal use of amateur radio in a declared emergency requires that every operator have a RACES number assigned. Numbers are assigned after a background check which can take several months. For a RACES application, please visit: http://publicsafety.utah.gov/homelandsecurity/RACES.html
8:30 AM: Mercury Utah, HF @ 3.878, LSB
9:00 AM: Mercury Western States, HF @ 7.178, LSB. For more information, please visit http://www.mwn1.com.
10:00 AM: 3905 Century Club Net, HF @ 7.178, LSB. A social chat net. See also: http://www.3905ccn.com/newsite/netsched.htm.
---------- Sunday ----------
8:30 PM: Willow Creek Area Net, VHF @ 146.560 simplex.
9:00 PM: Herriman Amateur Radio Club, Emergency Net Repeater UHF @ 449.250 offset -500, tone 118.8. Backup, VHF @ 146.460 simplex for all Herriman Area and Team ECS, visitors check in at the end. Secondary is VHF @147.560 simplex.
---------- Tuesday ----------
8:00 PM: Utah VHF Society Net, VHF @147.120 Repeater 100, Net Control monitors VHF @ 147.040.
9:00 PM: Sandy Bishops Storehouse ERC, VHF @ 147.520 each week except 2nd Tuesday of the month when Welfare Square holds a net for Stake Emergency Communications Specialists. Secondary VHF @ 147.560 simplex, back up VHF @ 145.770 simplex. Back up contact is Welfare Square, VHF @ 145.450 repeater with a -600 kHz offset, 100-Hz tone.
9:00 PM: Welfare Square Tri-Storehouse. Second Tuesday of each month, VHF @ 145.450 repeater, -600- kHz offset, 100-Hz tone. Training for all Storehouse ECS's in the Salt Lake valley
---------- Wednesday ----------
7:30 PM: ARRL Rocky Mountain Division. Second Wednesday of each month. monthly net. HF @ 3939 kHz +/-, depending on band use and conditions.
8:30 P.M: Salt Lake County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), VHF @ 146.700, -500 kHz, 100-Hz tone.
---------- Thursday ----------
8:00 PM: R.A.C.E.S. Even numbered months, third Thursday, VHF @ 147.120, or VHF @ 147.180, 100-Hz tone (secondary).You will need a Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) number. RACES activates in the event of a severe, large-scale state-wide emergency when declared by the state governor. Legal use of amateur radio in a declared emergency requires that every operator have a RACES number assigned. Numbers are assigned after a background check which can take several months. For a RACES application, please visit: http://publicsafety.utah.gov/homelandsecurity/RACES.html
8:30 PM: Davis County Amateur Radio Club ARES net VHF @ 147.420.
---------- Sunday ----------
7:00 P.M: Red Cross, UHF @ 449.425 MHz Red Cross
7:30 P.M: Disaster Communicators Forum, UHF @ 449.425 MHz
9:00 P.M: Utah Amateur Radio Club Information Net, VHF @ 146.620
---------- Monday thru Saturday ----------
11:00AM Alaska Morning Net, UHF @ 449.425 MHz. EchoLink Node # 9191 (WL7LP-R), AllStar Node # 27133 or 29332. http://alaskamorningnet.com/. Note: The 449.425 repeater might vary its nets operations without notice.
Notes about Utah 70-cm (UHF) simplex frequencies:
Only the following UHF Simplex (70 cm) frequencies may be used in Utah: 446.000 (National Calling Frequency), 446.500, 447.800, 447.825 and 447.850 are used for 70 cm simplex operation in Utah, (447.850 is to be used only along the Wasatch Front.) Note that much of the UHF signal is lost in the atmosphere on these frequencies, therefore for dependable communication in the 70 cm Band use of these frequencies should be considered as most usable for short range and nearly line of sight.
The Utah Amateur Radio Club (UARC) maintains a list of nets on the club Web site at: http://user.xmission.com/~uarc/netsched.html.