DFW AMSAT Information Net – East
This net meets every Tuesday (except for the first Tuesday of the month) at 8:00 PM Central Time on the Dallas ARC W5FC repeater, 146.88 with a 110.9 PL. The net can also be accessed via Echolink with W5FC-R node 37247.
DFW AMSAT Information Net – West
This net meets every Wednesday at 9:00 PM Central Time on the Arlington ARC K5SLD repeater, 147.14 with a 110.9 PL.
Houston AMSAT Net
The Houston AMSAT Net is held live at Tuesday Evenings 8PM Central Time. The net can be heard locally in Houston on the 145.19 Repeater. Back up is the 145.45 MHz FM Repeater. The net can also be found on the *AMSAT* Echolink Conference Node and streaming here. Links referenced during the net can be found here. The net is held at 0100 UTC every Wednesday March – September and 0200 UTC every Wednesday October – February.
Harrisburg, PA AMSAT Net
An AMSAT net is held Sunday nights at 8:00pm on the KA3TKW repeater in Harrisburg (145.210 -, PL 123.0)
AMSAT Nets on Digital Modes
The AMSAT-Twitter Meetup Net is held weekly on Thursdays at 0300Z (or 0200Z DST – Wednesday evening in North America) on the AMSAT Digital Mode Reflectors. This net is open to anyone that wishes to join with the focus being centered mostly on AMSAT Twitter users involved in grid square roving/chasing activities in North America. Participants are also encouraged to check-in with updates on other satellite activities and projects of interest to the group such as upcoming AMSAT presentations/demonstrations, collection of satellite telemetry, and balloon launches with amateur radio payloads. Currently available linked reflectors are DMR BrandMeister Talkgroup #98006 (AMSAT) and YSF Reflector #11689 (US-AMSAT). An audio feed is normally provided to the *AMSAT* EchoLink Conference Node #101377 but sometimes the bridge is unavailable. AMSAT D-STAR reflectors XLXSAT, XRFSAT, DCSSAT, and REFSAT are not utilized for the AMSAT-Twitter Meetup Net at this time.
Unless otherwise noted, all net times are local. To report new nets, inactive nets, or changes to existing nets, please contact the webmaster.
Updated December 8, 2020