All times are global UTC for each NET - working on changing all to UTC

Loyalist City Amateur Radio Club (LCARC) Net

Loyalist City Amateur Radio Club (LCARC) This is a weekly club net held at 8 p.m. local (Atlantic Time) on the VE1EE repeater (IRLP Node 2009). There is a designated Net Controller for each net. The purpose of opening this to a Reflector is to allow club members who are traveling abroad to participate in our weekly net. Although this is a Club net, visitors are welcome. The Net runs from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m. but sometimes shorter depending on the number of check-ins. Net Control can be referred to as VE9LC, the Club call sign. Our website is

Net Logger Demo - What it does How to use it

Net Logger Demo - What it does How to use it

NetLogger is a logging program that can use the internet to transmit check-in information to other users of NetLogger. Net participants that are 'monitoring' the net with NetLogger receive updated information every twenty seconds. NetLogger also has features designed to make logging check-ins easier. For instance, if you use a callbook program like QRZ!,

Weekly Net and Chat List

Weekly Net and Chat List

  • DMR Net: 0000 UTC Tuesday (Monday night US, 8pm Eastern). No net control. Brandmeister TG 98003. Also linked via echolink. More info can be found here.
  • HF Net: 01:30 UTC Monday Morning (Sunday night US). Coordinate via IRC, no net control. Information can be found here
  • CW Noob Net: 02:30 UTC Saturday Morning (Friday night US). Coordinate via IRC, no net control. Information can be found here
  • Official IRC Channel - #RedditNet on Geekshed. Link to web-based client is here but feel free to use whatever client you like.
  • Young Hams Discord Server - for the young, or young at heart!, link to join is here
  • Collegiate Ham Radio Groupme is here
  • Redditnet group on the Brandmeister network - TG 98003 - Listen Live - This talkgroup is bridged to AllStarLink node 48224 and Echolink node KM8V-L and on D-Star via XLX216 Module E
  • North American Traffic and Awards Net Nightly at 22:30Z on 7.185.
  • If you'd like to join a weekly net for new and returning amateurs, check out the details at, the net runs every week on Saturday, from 00:00 to 01:00 UTC on Echolink, IRLP, AllStar Link and 2m FM via various repeaters. You can also listen via the brandmeister hoseline! Link on homepage.

2020 DMR Nets List

The following list is a summary of nets available for DMR users on BrandMeister repeaters.
You should check with your local repeater operator for timeslot usage.
Last Updated: FULL LIST 2020

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PAPA DMR RoundtableMon20:00 PSTCalifornia 3106
Crossroads IndianaMon18:00 CENCrossroads Statewide
OklahomaMon20:15 CENOklahoma 3140
Reddit NetMon20:00 ESTReddit 98003
RVing HamsMon21:00 ESTKC2RC WIRESX

Tidewater VA DMR Net

Tidewater VA DMR Net
2100 ET
TG 31515

Arizona State Reflector Channel

Arizona State Reflector Channel Western reflector 9255 has been officially assigned by Kent W7AOR, as the "Arizona State" reflector channel. This channel will be utilized for coordination of Near Space helium balloon launches carrying amateur radio television and cross band FM repeaters, a planned amateur radio swap net, and for in-state emergency communications nets.

Georgia DMR Net - Tuesday 12/17 at 8:00 PM EST

I just wanted to send out a reminder - please join the Georgia DMR net will take place on Tuesday, December 17th at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

You do not need to be a resident of the State of Georgia to join! We welcome everyone from everywhere!!!

You can join the net via DMR talkgroup 3113 via your local DMR repeater or hotspot.

More information is available on the Georgia DMR website:

And we also have a group right here on (group name: GeorgiaDMR):

2019 HF Net Listing


2019 HF Net Listing

HF Net List 2019 

Time Zones :
This tool can help you with the time zone math.

Amateur Radio HF Phone Nets Freq. Time 

3730 Group  
3.730 MHz.
21:00 ET Nightly
Alberta Public Service
0130UTC Daily
ARES Ontario HF Nets
7.153 Mhz 
3.743 Mhz
1:00pm Sundays ET 
7:15pm Wed. ET
Aurora Net (Afternoon)
23:30 UTC Daily
Aurora 2 Net (Evening)
02:30 UTC Daily
B.C. Northern Net
3.775 Mhz
Sunday, Wednesday evenings at 0300 UTC  
BC Public Service
0130UTC Daily
Amateur Radio Red Cross Net
1900UTC Sunday
CERTS  VE3BPQ 10 Meter Net 
28.360 Mhz.
7:30pm Wed. ET
Chicken Junction Net
3.775 Mhz.
6:30pm ET Daily
C.L.A.R.A  Nets
9.00am Tues. ET 
7.00pm Mon. ET 
4.00pm Tues. PST
Cod Jigger Net
Daily at 1300UTC (Nov-Apr) and  
1200UTC (May-Oct)
Communication Ontario Net. 
10.00 am Daily ET
Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net [GLETN] 
Pre Net 30 Min. prior
8.30pm Daily ET 

Group 7.155        7.155Mhz 1400 UTC Daily                                                                                             

Handi Radio Ham
9:00am ET Sundays
Intercontinental Amateur Radio Traffic Net
7am - 12Noon Daily ET
International White Cane Net (NCS Vince VA3DV)
1pm Tuesdays ET
Laurentian Net
6.45 pm Daily ET
Le rseau des hiboux / The Owl Net 
8:30pm ET Daily
Manitoba Evening Phone Net 
00:00 UTC Daily
Manitoba Public Service
7 PM  CST Daily 
Maritime Mobile Service Network
12pm-10pm Daily ET
Manitoba Six Meter Net -USB
Wed. 9:00 pm local 
Manitoba WX Net 
14:30 UTC
Maritime Net
18:00 Daily ET
Maritime Old Timers Net
7:00 Sundays ET
Maritime Weather Net 
6.00am Mon. to Sat. ET
Michigan Amateur Radio Communications System
11.00am Mon. to Sat 1.00pm Sun. ET
Public Service Corps Net. NCS rotated among the 8 districts.
Note: 3.932 & 7.232 are designated Michigan emergency frequencies
5.00pm Sun. ET
Michigan District ARES Net 
VE3EUI Denny
7.30pm Fri. ET
Michigan Information and Traffic Net (NTS)
7.30pm Fri. ET
Mississauga Maritime Net 
7:45am ET Daily
Newfoundland and Labrador Evening Traffic Net
Daily at 2130UTC (Nov-Apr) and  
2230UTC (May-Oct)  
North Bay Net
9am Sunday ET
Northwest Ontario Net
8.15pm Daily ET
Old Sweat's Net   VA3WSN Dave Net Manager
10am Tues. ET
Ontario Amateur Radio Service (Ontars)
7am-6pm Daily ET
Ontario Provincial Emergency Operations Centre HF Net
3pm ET Sunday
Ontario Phone Net (NTS)
7.00pm Daily ET
Ontario Swap Shop
12 Noon Sundays ET 
7pm Sundays ET
Ontario Tech Net
11:00am Sundays ET
Pot Hole Net  (Ottawa Valley Mobile ARC)
3.760 MHz  
10.00am Sat ET 
10.00am Sun. ET
Pow Wow Club Net
0400UTC Daily
Quebec HF Phone Net
7:00 pm ET Daily Technical Net
7:30 pm ET Wed.
Rotten Apples
6-7am & 7-8pm ET 
Sandbox Roundtable Net 
6.30pm Daily ET
Sanderson Hour
9pm Daily ET
Sask Public Service Net
0100UTC Daily
Sunparlor Amateur Radio Club
1pm Sunday ET
Swan Amateur Radio Net
2-4pm Saturday ET
Trans Canada Pow Wow Club (Oct1 to Apr.30)
12am Daily ET
Trans Provincial Net 
7am-5.00pm Daily ET
Upper Peninsula Net (NTS)
5.00pm Daily ET
VO1 / VO2 Evening Net
22.30 UTC Daily
Wolverine Net  (NTS)
7.00pm Daily ET
 CW Nets 
10th Region Net CW
0145 UTC Daily
British Columbia Emergency Net 
Daily at 1900 hours PST/PDT
Eastern Canada Net [ECN] 
7.45-9.30pm Daily ET
Ontario Quebec Traffic Net [OQN]
2100-0000 UTC Daily
Peel Amateur Radio Club
10am Sunday ET
Pot Lid Net (slow speed 8-12 WPM) NM Ed VE3GX 
11am Sunday ET
Prairie Traffic Net
01:30 UTC Daily
QMN Michigan Section Net
7:30 pm ET & 10:00 pm ET 
Sask CW Net
0400UTC Daily
VE2UMS Club Traffic Net (max 10 wpm)
3.580 MHz
2000 - 2100 ET Wednesday

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NetLogger BASICS

NetLogger BASICS

Very brief introduction to Netlogger for net control stations, and the internal "profile" file that you can use to improve net operations.

Net Control Training

Everything you never wanted to know about being Net Control. Or, Net Control for Dummies.

Amateur Nets in the Ottawa Area Canada

Amateur Nets in the Ottawa Area

RED denotes OVMRC-Sponsored Net
–Please note that some schedules may change at any time without prior notice.
–Please email the Webmaster with any updates, changes or corrections to keep this list up-to-date. Thanks!

An Invitation to All OVMRC Members with HF Access
Your participation in the Pot Hole Net is important for the Club to assess its ability to network and communicate in HF and to document its presence in the HF amateur spectrum. It also provides a fun way for you to assess your own ability to communicate via HF while making your callsign heard in the HF bands.

Ontario Provincial Communications Net

The Emergency Communications Ontario Association conducts the "Ontario Provincial Communications Net" every Sunday and Thursday evenings commencing at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on linked repeater systems that cover most of Southern Ontario.

We also incorporate the use of IRLP Node 9035 the "Ontario Public Service Reflector" to extend our coverage for the entire province.(With 9005 as a backup!) All stations throughout Canada and the USA are welcomed and encouraged to participate in net activities. Full details about the net can be found online by visiting