Reference Data


Eastern Nebraska Two Meter ARES Net

The Eastern Nebraska Two Meter ARES Net can be heard every night on the Lincoln Amateur Radio Clubs 146.760- KØKKV repeater at 21:00. You can also use 442.700+ using a 146.2Hz CTCSS tone.

Douglas County ARES Net

The Douglas County ARES Net can be heard every Sunday night at 21:00 on the Aksarben Amateur Radio Clubs 146.940- KØUSA repeater. 131.8Hz CTCSS tone.

Ashland Amateur Radio Club ARES Net

“Currently On Hold”

Wednesday: Jim, WØJRN 8PM
Wednesday: Shaun, KØSMM 8PM

HF Net’s Across the Section of Nebraska

Daily- Morning Net 3.982KHz 07:30 / 12:30
Daily- Cornhusker Net 3.982KHz 12:30 / 17:30
Daily- NE Forty Net 7.282KHz 13:00 / 18:00
Daily- NE Storm Net 3.982KHz 18:30 / 23:30 / 01:30
M-F- CW Traffic Net 3.540KHz 19:00 / 00:00
Daily- 160 Weather Net 1.995 19:30 / 01:30
M-S- West Nebraska Net 3.950 07:00 / 12:00
Saturday- Ne QCWA Net 3.982 08:30
Thursday- Ne QCWA CW Net 3.540 19:30 (slow)
Sun- WØIRZ Memorial ARES Net 3.982 08:30

Wires X Repeater Network Net’s

Net’s on the Wires X Repeater network can be heard on many repeaters across the section. These repeaters are connected via the Yaesu System Fusion. Some repeaters are C4FM Digital and most are analog. Click Here>> Wires X Repeater Network to find a repeater near you.

Monday: Elkhorn Valley ARC 7:30 PM
Tuesday: Nebraska-RagChew Net 7:30 PM
Wednesday: Dodge County ARES Net 7:00 PM
Wednesday: Dakota County ARC 8:00 PM
Wednesday: Dakota County ARES (after DCARC net)

Link to NEARES.Net

For veteran ARES members looking for Reference Data we may have missed in the transition.


ARRL Field Day is back!  Field Day will be held on June 24th-25th.

Field Day is ham radio’s open house. Every June, more than 40,000 hams throughout North America set up temporary transmitting stations in public places to demonstrate ham radio’s science, skill and service to our communities and our nation. It combines public service, emergency preparedness, community outreach, and technical skills all in a single event. Field Day has been an annual event since 1933, and remains the most popular event in ham radio.

For more information on Field Day, rules, and downloadable information please check out ARRL Field Day.

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