"Cascadia Rising confirmed that it could take several weeks for assistance to reach communities that have become isolated because of the earthquake impacts," Washington State After-Action Report

Repeater Nets

On the repeater nets, you hear announcements about upcoming events and activities.  The best way to become involved is to listen and to check in on the nets, and to participate in events and activities.

Sunday, 6:30 p.m.

  • Nez Perce ARES Net; 145.210 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 206.5 Hz), Peck, ID
 

Sunday, 6:45 p.m.

  • Asotin County ARES Net; 145.210 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 206.5 Hz), Peck, ID
 

Sunday, 7:00 p.m.

  • 146.760 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 131.8 Hz), Orofino, ID
 

Thursday, 6:30 p.m.

  • 146.740 MHz (-600 kHz), Pullman, WA
 

Thursday, 7:00 p.m.

  • 146.820 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 127.3 Hz), Moscow, ID

Simplex Nets

On the fourth Monday of every month we hold a simplex net in the valley on the 10-meter band, 28.350 MHz. We coordinate these check-ins on the 145.210 MHz repeater (-600 kHz, tones 206. Hz and 203.5 Hz)

Fourth Monday, 7:00 p.m.

  • HF Net
    Fourth Monday at 19:00 local time 28.350 MHz USB
  • 2-m Net
    Fourth Monday at 1900 local time, 145.210 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 206.5 Hz) Peck, ID