If you spot any errors in the schedule, omissions or inactive nets you can let us know about it by using the contact page.
See the link at the bottom to download this list as a spreadsheet which can be used to create CSV files for importing into most popular radio and scanner programming software. This list contains only known active repeaters unless noted.
No offset should be used when tuning or programming for simplex communication.
Use this page to find a schedule of Amateur Radio nets in the Louisville, Kentucky, area.
On a DIRECTED net, only transmit at the direction of the Net Control Station!
If asked to do so, check in with the Net Control Station and notify him/her of your availability to assist, your location, and any equipment you have available (if needed). Remember that ONLY trained, registered ARES/RACES members may deploy as part of an ARES/RACES operation.
When the SKYWARN Emergency Net is in operation they will use the call sign WX4NWS, contact the Net Control Station ONLY if you have emergency weather conditions to report.
If the N9TV repeater is down or unavailable, we will use the W4CN 147.180 repeater.
If both repeaters are down we may use simplex on 146.940 or 147.180 or another repeater.
For help in compiling this list, special thanks to Charles V. Jim Boyd KM4KGN, Matthew Buker KI4SSW, Tim Chapman K9BAW, Brian Clark W4SOU, Bill Cotter N4LG, Mike Craycroft KE4KOP, Chris Demarsh KI4RDG, Ron Dodson KA4MAP, Phillip Garrett, John Hager N4KJU, Roy Herman W8QAS, John Hesse K4JWH, Larry D.
Jaggers WA4FOB, Doug Lamb K4EK, Larry Loney N4MRM, David Mc Kim KB9JLF, David Massey, Dave Nugent KD9LX, Brandon Nuttall KG4RRI, Tim Osborne K4TDO, Roy Pickett KC9LKW, Ernie Pridemore Jr.