Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club


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

Jackson County

  • Eyewarn Net, Thursdays, 6:45 pm, K7JAX 146.840 (PL 123.0)
    • Local version of the Clark County Eyewarn Net. If you have an interest in helping out with basic damage reporting after a major event that disrupts communications, we need you. See you on the air.
  • JC-ARES Weekly Net, Thursdays at 7:30 pm, K7JAX 146.840 (PL 123.0)
  • C.A.R.E. Net, Mondays at 7:00 pm 147.100 Mhz ( No PL ) - offset

Oregon Wide

  • W7PRA Nets
    • Sound Off Net (radio equipment & signal evaluation), Monday 8:00 pm
    • Swap Net, Tuesday at 7:00 pm
    • A.R. News line, Friday at 7:30 pm
    • A.G.O.N, Friday at 8:00 pm



  • OEN Oregon Emergency Net.
    • Daily at 6:00 PM on 3980 Khz.
  • BSN Beaver State Net.
    • Daily at 5:50PM on 3920 kHz.


  • WCN West Coast Net.
    • This is a slow speed CW training net (10wpm). Pacific Northwest.
    • Daily at 7:00PM on 3540 kHz.
  • [OSN]: Oregon Section Net. They don’t appear to have a website.
    • Daily at 6:30PM and 10:00PM on 3569 kHz
  • [WSN]: Washington State Net. They don’t appear to have a website.
    • Daily at 6:45PM on 3563 kHz.


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