We invite you to participate in the recurring nets on our repeater system.
There are three recurring weekly nets on the RATS repeaters:
Whenever you hear a CW "N" (dah-dit) courtesy tone on our analog repeater it means a net or special event is in progress and transmissions should be directed through net control. Get more tips for new net participants below.
Some popular IRLP nets that may be of interest:
Other Local Nets
Our friends at the Richmond Amateur Radio Club (RARC) maintain a directory of local and regional nets that may be of interest to you. Rather than duplicate this effort with our own list, here’s a link to the RARC net list.
Here are some quick pointers to help new hams with nets:
If you are ever unsure about procedures for a net, check in and when it's your turn, ask! Net Control is here to help.