Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club

Local info


An amateur radio net, or simply ham net, is an “on-the-air” gathering of amateur radio operators. Most nets convene on a regular schedule and specific frequency, and are organized for a particular purpose, such as relaying messages, discussing a common topic of interest, in severe weather, emergencies, or simply as a regular gathering of friends for conversation.1


Related Organizations

Radio Clubs / Activities C.A.R.E. - Cascade Amateur Radio Enthusiasts Rogue Valley Manor Amateur Radio Club Southern Oregon Amateur Radio Club - Grants Pass Siskiyou County Amateur Radio Association Rogue Mesh - AREDN Emergency Preparedness / Response Information on serving your community with Ham Radio JC-ARES CERT Jackson County Central Point Jacksonville Ashland Technology Clubs Rogue Hack Lab

Repeaters & Simplex

Southern Oregon CPMesh (AREDN) Digital Network The CPMesh network uses AREDN software to provide a mesh of digital nodes in the Rogue Valley, possibly extending in the future to Grants Pass and Klamath Falls. Most of these radios are on 2.4 GHz and 5.6 GHz using a number of different radios. More information can be found on the North Rogue Valley Repeater Group webpage: North Rogue Valley Repeater / W9PCI Webpage North Rogue Valley Digital page AREDN Webpage - software, radio compatibility, etc.



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