Nets

UHF/VHF NETS

PDARC 2 Meter Monday Night Net.  Monday Nights from 8:30 PM to 9:00 PM Central on any of the PDARC linked repeaters – Norwegian Hill, Yankton, and Vermillion.  Check in and share what you have been up to for the past week.  Remote Hams is available for remote access and is listed under Prairie Dog Amateur Radio Club.  Prior approval from Kurt (AE0A@arrl.net) is needed for Remote Hams transmit privileges.   All are encouraged to join! in this fun net!

PDARC Weekly Digital Net  Wednesday nights for 8:00 to 8:30 PM Central.  Check in via a hotspot linked to YSF88411 (listed under the name PDARC) or directly through the 443.900 (+) System Fusion Repeater located near Tabor.  If you have any questions or need assistance connecting to YSF88411 please contact Fred WA0GMH (flderoos47@gmail.com).  This is a roundtable net where we go around the “table” and chat.   Some choose to stick around and chat while others do a quick check in and out.   Join the fun!

SD-LINK Net. Wednesday nights at 9:00 PM Central on the SD-LINK repeaters. Sponsored by the South Dakota Amateur Radio Council, this net ensures that the link system is ready to provide major communications support during disasters and services throughout most of the southern half of the state with great coverage of the eastern and western high population areas.

Sioux City 97 Net.  Weekday Mornings from 7:50 AM to 8:00 AM.  The Sioux City 97 Net is one of the oldest and most popular amateur radio nets in the greater Sioux City area.   The excellent coverage area and congenial participants hat are located in the area both contribute to the net’s success.   The Siouxland Amateur Radio Association operates the “97″ K0TFT repeater  on 146.970 with a -0.6 MHz offset and tone of    110.9 hz.

Dakota IRLP Net. Sunday nights at 7:00 PM Central on reflector #9732.

South Dakota 2 Meter SSB Net.  Sunday nights at 8:30 PM Central on 144.270.  Net control transmits from Wessington Springs, SD.  Many choose to listen to the net via Remote Hams (Wessington Springs) so that they can hear the net control station regardless of where the beam is pointed.  Net control works stations by rotating the beam in 45 degree increments.

HF NETS

South Dakota HF Nets

  • 7 AM Central – Morning Weather Net – 3960 kHz – Every morning except Sunday.
  • 12:15 PM Central (1:00 PM Central on Sundays) – NJQ Noon Net – 3870 kHz 
  • 6:00 PM Central (5:30 PM Central during winter) – NEO Evening Net -3860 kHz.
  • 9:00 AM Central – Sunday Emergency Net. – Sundays only – 3960 kHz

Nebraska HF Daily Nets

  • 7:30 AM Central – Morning net – 3982 kHz
  • 12:30 PM Central – Cornhusker net – 3982 kHz
  • 1:00 PM Central  –  Forty net – 7282 kHz
  • 6:30 PM Central –  Storm net – 3982 kHz
  • 7:00 PM Central – CW net – 3540 kHz

 North Dakota HF Daily Nets

  •  8:30 AM Central – Weather and Road Information Net – 3859 kHz
  • 5:00 PM Central – Evening Phone Net – 3852 kHz

Minnesota HF Daily Nets

  • 12:00 Noon Central – Noon Net – 3860 kHz
  • 5:30 PM Central (5:00 Central during winter) – Evening Net – 3860 kHz