Special Interest Nets

There are many Nets on the CRA repeater systems, covering a wide range of topics. Unless otherwise noted, the nets meet on the VHF linked repeaters of 147.225, 145.460 in Boulder, and 145.160 in Colorado Springs.  

NOTE: due to changes at the club's Conifer Mountain site, 147.225 is off the air during a move to a new location.  Look for nets on 145.460 and 145.160.

Every Sunday evening the APRS Net is at 7 PM and the Rocky Mountain Monitoring Net is at 8 PM. If you are interested in Automated Position Reporting via amateur radio, or in topics related to scanning, radios and general communications monitoring, those nets are for you.

On Monday evenings, at 8 PM, the Colorado QRP Club sponsors the QRP Interest Net which covers low power operations.

On Tuesday at 7 PM is the 285 Tech Connect net, discussing a variety of technical topics related to amateur radio and technology. At 8 PM is the EOSS Net, brought to you by the Edge of Space Sciences balloon launch group.

On Wednesday at 7:25 PM, the Colorado Statewide RACES and State EOC Net serves to connect the amateurs of the state of Colorado together. This net utilizes both the VHF linked system and the 447.575 repeater, and is connected to the rest of the State via IRLP.

On Thursdays at 8 PM, ARES region 1 district 5, which covers Douglas and Elbert Counties meets on the 447.150 repeater to discuss Amateur Radio Emergency Services related topics. All amateurs anywhere interested in emergency communications are welcome to participate.

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