All net times are listed in EST and are on an as is bases. this list was originally made in the Summer of 2020 and does not take into account standard daylight savings time. I may update this in the future. Please continue submitting nets. The directory is only up to date because of the fine operators helping in it’s upkeep.
Wide Area Network Repeater System
The Wide Area Network Repeater System, WANRS has a few nets which you can read about here. their main node number is 2135.
Raspberry Pi net
The Raspberry Pi net hosted by W2JLD comes on at 5 in the evening eastern standard time on sunday. You can join it on node 2585. view his QRZ page here. thanks goes to W2JLD for requestingthis be listed.
N8XPK 6 meters AllStar net
the N8XPK 6 meters AllStar net can be heard at 7 in the evening EST on sundays on AllStar node 42993
no other details are known at this time.
thanks goes to N2YIR for the info on this particular net. we certainly do appreciate it.
Teapot Tech net
The Teapot Tech net takes place at 8 in the evening EST with early check ins beginning around 7:30 on Friday. You can check it out at 506450.
no other details were provided.
thanks goes to W7AZC for the info.
East Coast Reflector Tech /Swap Net
the net takes place on tusday night at 8 in the evening EST. this is certainly a multimode system but certainly one which is worth including. their AllSar node, the one I frequent anyway is 27339. you can learn more about the means that they offer into the system as well as other nodes here. WB4IVB and WB2JPQ are the two net controlers as to which your check ins and such will go through. it’s a great net and it’s highly organized. I enjoy it a lot when I’m able to check into it.
Alaska Morning Net
The Alaska morning net takes place at about 1 EST in the afternoon and runs to about 3ish. they are at AllStar node 29332. you can learn more about them and get more information about them here. they are a great bunch of people. I check into it every once and a while. pretty good net.
WIN System nets
the Tech net comes on every friday night at 9:30 EST. Also on the same system is the insomniac trivia net which comes on at 2 EST. you can check out these nets and others on AllStar node 2560 or 2353. click here for more info.
The Sky Hub Link net comes on the air on Monday at 9 in the evening EST. You can check in via AllStar node 46079. their site can be viewed Here. They also run a scouts net every first and third Sunday at 9:30 EST in the evening with KA0BSA as their usual net controler. They have a Pet Net which comes on the air Thursday evenings at 9:30 and a YL net which allows third party check ins and this can be heard on friday at 9:30 in the evening.
thanks goes to N0STY for the addition to the directory.
Blind Ham’s Hub
the Blind Hams Hub has a net on Wednesday evening at 9 EST. there’s another one on Saturday morning at 10 EST. KY2D has a net on Friday evenings at 8 and the Sounds good net comes on the air Monday evenings at 7:30.
You can check into all of these nets and more via their AllStar node 50631
thanks goes to KC3LYZ for the info and VE3RWJ for the updates.
Hillbilly rag Chew net
the hillbilly rag chew net comes on at 9 in the evening EST on Wednesdays. you can connect via AllStar at 49798.
thanks goes to AF4Y for supplying the info for the directory.
KB1 multimode net
The KB1 Multimode net takes place on friday evenings at 5 EST on AllStar node 501641
Learn more by checking out the International Radio Network web site for more nets not covered through AllStar and for more info.
The Anzel network has a huge list of nets and I do mean huge. My favorite net that they cover is the Flying pigs net at 9 in the evening EST. They are linked to the Wailes conference server and HAM conference server on Echolink.
You can access their set up via AllStar nodes 48820 and 49903.
You can learn more about the network by visiting their Website.
The hub serves nodes in the South Eastern PA and Southern NJ areas as well as repeaters and nodes throughout the world. All are welcome to connect. Sunday at 9PM EST the Amateur Radio Newsline is played and Monday at 9PM ARRL news is played. Wednesdays from 1-2PM EST is one hour of the Alaska Morning Net. Hub manager is Doug, WA3DSP.
You may connect at 27225.
Thanks goes to WA3DSP for requesting inclusion on the directory.
Henderson Amateur Radio Club
The Henderson Amateur Radio Club invites you to check out their list of Sunday night nets. The zones Henderson Amateur Radio Club General Net is at 10 in the evening EST and their zones Henderson Amateur Radio Club Technical Net is directly after at 11.
You can jjoin via AllStar node 44045. Their site can be viewed here.
Thanks goes to WB6MIE for this addition to the directory.
The Nightcrawlers net happens nightly at 1 EST and can be heard on node 458800
The K5VOM net
The K5VOM net happens tuesday evenings at 9 EST and can be heard at node 40668
The Mansfield Johnson ARC net
The Mansfield Johnson ARC net happens Thursday evenings at 9 EST and can be heard on node 500691
Nationwide 220 net
The Nationwide 220 net takes place friday nights at 7 EST and can be heard on node 28405
The Oklahoma reflector net
The Oklahoma reflector net takes place Friday nights at 9:30 EST and can be heard on node 46522
Thanks goes to KA8DUX for sending this list of nets to include in the directory. He also made mention that all of these nets could be heard on the WM8TG node located in Michigan. The node number is 59354 which is their 220 hub.
The Trans-Canada AllStar Net
The Trans-Canada AllStar net comes on the air Sunday afternoons at 1 EST and can be checked out by heading to AllStar node 51730. This net covers the entirety of Canada. Their Website can be viewed Here.
Thanks goes to VE3RWJ for this addition to the directory.
Boredom Breaker net
The Boredom Breaker net comes on the air 7 days a week at 1 in the afternoon EST. You can check in via AllStar node 49562.
Thanks goes to WX5OU for this addition to the directory.
You can join the list of nets and other activities by pointing your node to 51448.
Join the Talkbox on Wednesdays at 8 pm EDT if you are a lady for the ladies net.
The mixed net can be heard on Tuesday at 9 pm EDT. This net is associated with the talkbox and the shirwood repeater system.
And you may also join them on
thursday at 9 pm for the talkbox and shirwood repeater net.
Thanks goes to KE7ZUM for this addition to the directory.
The LMARC has a number of nets which you can listen to and or check into via AllStar node 510131.
They run a net on Sunday night at 8 in the evening. Find more about it on it’s net page where you will find more info.
They also run a net on wednesday night at 7:30 in the evening.
There’s also a net at 9 in the evening all about RV’s. You can learn more about the RV Radio Network here.
Learn more about the LMARC by checking out their official web site.
Special thanks goes to W4EDP for requesting and submiting this info for inclusion into the directory.
DoDropIn radio network
The DoDropIn radio network hosts many nets throughout the week and broadcasts many of them for others to participate in at their leisure.
The Kowabunga net takes place daily at 7:30 in the morning EST.
They have nets every day of the year. You can check in with them via AllStar 52879. All are welcome.
For more info you may click here to check out their website.
Special thanks goes to N4UPC for sending me all of this info to include in the directory.
yacht youth net
The yacht youth net happens nightly on AllStar node 52284 at 8 EST in the evening. Net control is usually KG8CX.
Alabama friends net
The Alabama friends net happens weekly, Wednesdays at 9 in the evening EST on AllStar node 48017
The University of Alabama Amateur Radio club net
The University of Alabama Amateur Radio club holds their net on Thursdays at 9 in the evening EST on AllStar node 48017
Thanks goes to KV4S for this addition to the directory.
daily wellfair net
The daily wellfair net was made in response do to Covid19. How long it will last post Covid, I don’t know. However, as of now, they meet nightly at 8 in the evening daily. They can be heard on AllStar node 50522
Thanks goes to vk3xem for this addition to the directory.
The Absolute Tech Net
Absolute Tech is a technology net for ham radio operators and others that covers a broad spectrum of technology but, not limited to ham radio devices or applications. New and neat-old technology will be covered. While the net will be a controlled net, participants should feel free to make comments and/or contribute answers to questions under the direction of the host to give the net a feeling of collaboration without chaos. The day and time of the net is each Tuesday beginning at 7:00pm Eastern time lasting up to but no more than two hours. You may connect up to them at 52879. Thanks to N4UPC for this addition to the directory.