Have you ever wondered where different modes should be operated, what frequencies to avoid as a courtesy (like SSTV), etc? This site will be the database for the following: 1) known net frequencies, 2) known segments for different modes, 3) known beacons



By Band:All 160m 80m 75m 60m 40m 30m 20m 17m 15m 12m 10m 6m 
By Type: 10-10 Intl CW Calling Frequenc 10-10 Net International 100 Watts and a Wire Net 10m Readiness/Prepper Groups 12m Narrow FM Calling 24h Finnlands only national calling frequency on 80 mtr 2nd FM Simplex 300 Baud HF Packet 3905 Century Club 3905 Century Club Net 3906 group 3RN TFC NET 4 PMRS 6 in the 6ix Net 60m 6M AM calling 6m am net tucson az 6M DX Net 6m Readiness/Prepper Groups 6M So Cal AM Net 6M SSB Net 72 Rag Chew 7240Club Net 80 Meter Round Tirol 80m SSTV  A-TRAIN Friendly ragchew Adventist Amateur Radio Net AFSN AGCW QTC Airborn ham-pilots Alaska Bush Net Alaska Motley Net Alaska Snipers Net ALE All mode AM AM Contact AM European Net AM in Australia AM Italian net AM Net AM Traffic Net AM WINDOW AM WORKING Amateur Bullitins Amateur Radio Telegraph Society Amsat net AMTOR Antique Wireless Association ANZA DX Net ANZA dxnet APRS APRS Robust Packet OFDM APSN ARDF 80m. ARES ARES Digital Net Arizona Traffic and Emergency Net ARRL Skipnet Arufon Net Atlantic Zone SSB Net Automatic awards net Awful Awful Ugly Net Bauxite Chapter 10-10 net BC Public Service Net Beacon Beacons Beers with Bob Net. Beginners BPSK31 Breakfast Club Net Brothers Net BUCKEYE EVENING NET Buckeye Net c4fm C4FM Fusion Calif Emerg Svcs Net California Amateur Radio Service Net Calling Calling/QSOs Canada National SSB Caribbean  Caribbean Emergency & Weather Net Carrier Net Changos Internacionales Net Chart for Vietnam vets Chinese CHIP64 Clearing House Net Collins Net Columbia Basin Net Commeradamy Comms Testers EU-VK Net Country Hams Net County Hunting Net CQ-QSO CW CW Beacon CW calling in VK CW Elmers CW QRS cw-rtty-psk, etc CW/SSB 60m DAILY NET ON 3.840  Daily SSB net DELAWARE TRAFFIC NET Digi Modes digimodes Digital Digital Data Modes Digital Modes Digital SSTV Digital Voice  Digital Voice Communications DigiVoice DominoEX DSSTV/DVOICE DSTV dutch ham net DX net DX Window DX Window - SSB Earlybird NET East Coast ARS Eastern Area Net EASTERN AREA TRAFFIC NET Ecars Elecraft Net Elecraft SSB Sunday Net Elecraft Users SSB EMCOMM Emergency Emergency / general communications Empire Slow Speed Net EPAEPTN/EPA NTS ESSB  Experimental FAX Feld Hell FISTS FL AM Group FlexRadio Users Net Flying Hams FM Simplex FreeDV French AM net Friendly 7.188 Net  Friendly 7.188 Net friendship - ragchew - handle traffic if available FRN FSK31 FSK441A FSQ FT8 FT8 image transmission Fusion Simplex Gallops Island Net Gallops Island Radio Association Net Georgia State Traffic GERATOL Geratol Net German maritime mobile net intermar Get togethers Gold City Chapter of 10-10 Golden Bear Net Green daily net 02:00z Green Mountain Net GreenGroup Greyhair Net Gulf Coast Mullet Society ham emcomm Ham Radio CW net HamDRM Handihams CW Net Hawaiian stations monitor Hellschreiber HF Packet HF Packet 300 baud LSB HF Packet APRS HFPACK HFpack USB calling primary HHH Net HI FIVERS NET High Speed Club Hit and Bounce Net Hit and Bounce Slow Net HongKong Hurricane Info Hurricane Watch IN CW Nets Independent Traffic Net Informal ragchew net Intercontinental Traffic Net (Intercon) International Assistance and Traffic Net International DX net International Mr. Nino (IT9RYH) and company frequency.  IOTA Irish fixedfixed 60m channel (canno QSY) Japan Digital Window JEFFERSON NOON NET JS8 JS8Call JT-65 JT65 JT65-A JT65A JT6M JT9 K6YR Kansas Weather Net Kentucky Friday Night RagChew Kentucky Phone Net (Evening Net) Kentucky Phone Net (Morning Net) KG-STV Knotheads Net Land Rover net legacy audio essb Little Red Barn Net Local and Provincial SSB nets  Local FM Simplex - General Conversation Lower Common Lower Ragcew light usage Mabuhay DX net Macs Net Maine Potato Net Maritime Maritime Mobile Net Maritime Net 2100z-2400z Maryland Emergency Phone Net Maryland Slow Net Massachusetts-Rhode Island NTS CW Net Massachusetts-Rhode Island NTS Phone Net MDD TFC NET MEPT_JT MEPT_JT/WSPR Message exchg and check-in Meteoor Scatter WSJT-x MSK144 Meteor Scatter MFSK16 MFSK16 (Region 2) Michigan UP Net Mid-Atlantic Retired Guys Net Mid-Atlantic Top Band Net Midwest ARS midwest rag chew Military backpack radio Missouri Traffic Net MITN Traffic Net Morning Net MS PHONE NET MSN MD TFC & TNG MSPN Mississippi Section Phone Net Emergency and Training Net MT63 N-SSTV N. American Traffic & Awards Net NAQCC FRN NARL Net NARL Sunday morning call in Narrow SSTV NATA Net National nets Navigaion Beacon NBEMS nets NBS NET NC ARES Net NCDXF Beacons NET net control Net Operation NET14 APRS WW.NET Network 105 NEVADA 10M NET New England Phone Net New Jersey Slow Net New York Phone Net New York Public Operations Net New York State County Net New York State CW Net Early Cycle 4 New York State CW Net Late Cycle 4 New York State CW Net Morning Cycle 1 New York State Phone Traffic and Emergency Net News & Check-In NJ NBEMS Net NM Traffic Net - 0100Z NoonTime Net north america traffic & awards net North Florida ARES Net NTS NTS Net NTS NJ Phone Net NVIS-Beacon NW USA Slow Speed CW Traffic Training Net Ohio Rag Chew Net Ohio Single Sideband Net Old Codgers Net Olivia olivia 32/1000 OLIVIA MFSK HELL Olivia MT-63 OMIK Net OMISS OMISS 10m SSB Net OMISS 12m SSB Net OMISS 15m SSB Net OMISS 160m SSB Net OMISS 17m SSB Net OMISS 20m SSB Net OMISS 40 meter net OMISS 40m SSB Net OMISS 80m Net OMISS 80m SSB Net Omiss Net Ontario Phone Net (NTS) ONTARS Net Orange County (NC) Monday night Oregon Emergency Net OTH Gang  PA: SSB/CW/DIGI/AM Pacific Dx Window Pacific Maritime mobile Service Net pacific seafarersnet Packet packet/voice Pactor CQ Pactor3 Pajama Gang paNBEMS PARA DUCWNET PARA Philippine Net PAX PAX2 Placer County ARES Propagation Beacon Propagation tracking Propnet PSK31 PSK psk31 PSK31/Digital PSK63 pskmail PSKMAIL EUROPE pskmail/aprs servers Public service net for Western US and Canada. QFN FL TFC NET QMN  QPSK31 QRP QRP kits QRS QRS CW QRSS, DFCW, WOLF, Jason QSY Society Net Radio Scout Frequency rag chew Ragchew ragchew (24x7) RAGCHEW - EU Ragchewing & DX Razorback Net Reference Regional Information Regional Net Remote control Repeater inputs Repeater outputs Repeaters RNARS Calling-Frequency RNARS Calling-Frequency RNARS The Bubbly Rats Ne Robust Packet Robust Packet APRS Robust Packet Radio Robust Packet TELPAC BBS DB0UAL ROS Rotten Apples Round table for Finnish hams outside and in home country RPR Packet APRS RTTY RVSU - YO EmComm Saint Max Net (75m) Saskatchewan 80M ARES Net Saskatchewan Public Service Net Saskatchewan Weather Net Satellite downlink SATERN SC, NC, GA, VA, TN and WV Rag Chew Second Region Net Section ARES SELCALL SideSwiper Net - SSN SK Public Service SKCC SMPLX SNOW BIRDS NET  South African ZS USE South Coast Amateur Radio Service SouthBEARS SouthBears Net Southeastern AM Radio Club Sparkle Net SRAL SSB SSB 60m SSB Calling Freq SSB LSB Voice ssb phone net SSB segment Australia SSB/CW SSTV SSTV analog SSTV BEACON SSTV Call SSTV Repeater St. Max Kolbe Net St. Max Net (20m) Sun Rise Net Swan Users Net Ten Ten Net Ten-Ten Net International nets Tennessee CW Traffic Tennessee SSB Net Tennessee State Traffic Net The Brothers Net THOR THOR 16 THOR 4-22 Throb Traffic Traffic Net Traffic Net West Virginia Traffic, WAS Net Traffic/Social Trans Provincial Net Treasure Coast Net 0800 - 0900 eastern Tri-Town Amateur Radio Club Alumni Group Trivia+Bologna Net Tyrol Round UFO Net UK 60m UK All mode UK All modes Upper Common, RSGB NewsNet UPPER PENINSULA NET Utah Beehive NET V4 Virginia Fone Net VK CW calling frequency VT Allstar Link W1AW W1AW Digital W6ADO WAB net WARFA WAS Net Waterway CW Net Waterway Net western kansas 160m net Western MA Emergency Net WI Traffic Nets Winlink RMS Packet - Digital Winmor Testing Wisconsin Traffic Nets WPSS wrong button club WSPR WSPR (Worldwide) WSPR mode DX WWFF Wyoming Cowboy Net YL System ZL2KO Net 


FrequenciesSegment/Net nameModeCommentsWebsite

Add an entry

This web page is a new, so we will need your help to make it comprehensive. Please add a new entry:
Start frequency, kHz:
End frequency, kHz (optional):
What frequencies are used for?:
Your email (will be kept confidential):
Add the entry
Please note that all submissions require approval. Feedback is welcome to