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NTS AREA NETS

AREA NETS are in three areas of the country, designated Eastern, Central, and Pacific, the names roughly indicating their coverage of the US and Canada except that the Pacific Area includes the Mountain as well as the Pacific time zones. The object is to maintain representation of each region within the area. They meet to put out-of-area traffic in the hands of stations designated to handle it, and distribute traffic coming to the area from outside.



The PACIFIC AREA nets meet daily to exchange traffic between the 6th, 7th, and 12th regions,

NET NAME FREQUENCY MODE TIME NET MANAGER
PAN 1 14345 KHz USB 18:30 UTC ?
PAN 2 14345 KHz USB 22:30 UTC ?
PAN 4 3651 KHz CW 04:30 UTC ?




NTS REGION NETS

REGION NETS cover a wide area, such as a call area.The object is to maintain representation of each ARRL section within the region.They meet to put out-of-region traffic in the hands of stations designated to handle it, and distribute traffic coming to the region from outside.




The SIXTH REGION nets meet daily to exchange traffic among the states of California, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada, and APO/FPO AP.


NET NAME FREQUENCY MODE TIME NET MANAGER
RN6 2 7275/3916 KHz LSB 23:30 UTC ?
RN6 4 3655 KHz CW 03:45 UTC ?
RN6 4 3655 KHz CW 05:30 UTC ?




The SEVENTH REGION nets meet daily to exchange traffic among the states of Alberta, Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.

NET NAME FREQUENCY MODE TIME NET MANAGER
RN7 2 7238 KHz LSB 17:45 UTC ?
RN7 2 7238 khZ LSB 23:15 UTC ?
RN7 4 3560/7048 KHz CW 03:30 UTC ?
RN7 4 3560/7048 KHz CW 05:30 UTC ?




The TWELFTH REGION nets meet daily to exchange traffic among the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

NET NAME FREQUENCY MODE TIME NET MANAGER
TWN 2 3923 KHz LSB 07:00 MST WB6OTS
TWN 2 7233 KHz LSB 16:15 MST WB6OTS
TWN 4 3570/7063 KHz CW 20:30 MST K0TER
TWN 4 3570/7063 KHz CW 23:30 MST K0TER


Times are Mountain time. When daylight savings time is in effect Arizona does not change it's clocks! So in the summer the net time is an hour earlier in Arizona then the rest of the year. For more information contact the net manager Grant Hays WB6OTS: ghays@primenet.com



ARIZONA RACES NET

The Arizona RACES Net meets each Sunday morning at 0800 MST on 3990 kHZ. The purpose of this net is to exchange information among the RACES organizations and members of the counties of Arizona. It usually runs about 40 minutes. All who are interested in emergency communications are welcome to check in. The net is sponsored by the Arizona Division of Emergency Management. For more information contact the state RACES officer: Gary Hamman, K7GH E-mail: ghamman@aztec.asu.edu



THE ARIZONA CACTUS NET (ACN)

The Arizona Cactus Net meets daily at 1830 MST to handle NTS traffic coming into and out of Arizona, on the DAWN repeater, 145.350 mHz, (-600), covering Tucson to Flagstaff; Backup repeater, 145.37 (-600) In addition to passing traffic, we are also a training net. So feel free to join us! All you need is your message, and the name, address and preferably the phone number of the recipient. We'll help you put the message in standard NTS format; it's easy! And you're welcome to join us anytime. For more information, contact Rick Lewis, N6KCR, Net Manager, on ACN or email:ricklew@primen et.com



NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NET VHF Session (NCN/V)

The Northern California Net VHF Session is part of the National Traffic System covering Northern and Central Califorina and Nevada. It meets nightly at 7:30 local Pacific time on the WA6SEK repeater 145.210. This repeater covers most of the San Francisco Bay area, the Sacramento area and south to the Fresno area. It is tied in with the Region Six area of the National Traffic System. For more information, contact the net manager, Judy,KE6GTR, e-mail:ke6gtr@amsat.org




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