Weekly Nets

Weekly/Local Nets Nets

The Yavapai Amateur Radio Club sponsors weekly nets.

Checking into the weekly nets and acting as net control are excellent ways to keep your radio skills top notch, plus gain confidence in yourself as an operator.  The nets are also good places to obtain practice for the numerous public service and Ares/Races events the club participates in throughout the year.

The Yavapai Amateur Radio Club encourages each net to periodically rotate Net Control among its participants in order to improve skills in this area. The means for accomplishing this goal is left up to each net.


2-Meter & 70CM FM –  The Yavapai Amateur Radio Club 2-Meter and 70CM FM net is held every Wednesday night at 1900 hours MST on 146.880 – with a PL of 100 Hz and 447.650 – with a PL of 100Hz.  All amateurs are encouraged to join in.  New amateurs will find this net a good place to practice.

The acting net manager for this net is John Snedden KT7P.  Please email vice.president@w7yrc.org with any net related questions.

Net Script

UHF Repeater Net – A weekly net is held every Saturday at 9 AM on the club’s 447.650 MHz (-) 100 Hz PL repeater on Mt. Union.  The net moderator is Doug Theriault (NO1D) – no1d.doug@gmail.com.  The net is informal and open to any ham.

10-Meter SSB – The 10-Meter SSB net meets each Thursday night at 2000 hours MST.  The net operates upper sideband on 28.444 MHz +/- QRM.  The intent is for the net to be open to anyone in the amateur radio community.  The moderator for this group is Bill Noe, W7PVA.

Other Nets

2-Meter SSB – The 2-Meter SSB net meets on 144.250 MHz USB each Wednesday night at 2000 MST.  It is a very informal net/roundtable.  The net contact for this group is Tom Griswold, WN7E

220 FM – The net meets on the 224.080 repeater (negative offset, PL 156.7) belonging to Rod KI6FH. Net meets weekly on Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM local time. Net control and contact is Patrick KG7EWD

VVARA Knobby Knee Net: 147.220 MHz (+), 162.2 Hz PL — daily, 0700 MST; controlled net; mobiles, EchoLink, shorts, and regulars.

MMRG: 147.000 MHz (+), 162.2 Hz PL — daily, 0600 MST; round-table format with net control; no EchoLink; mobiles, shorts, regulars.

MMRG: 147.000 MHz (+), 162.2 Hz PL — Tu, 1930 MST; controlled net; members and guests; about 33% of the check-ins are from Maricopa County.