Regional Nets

North Carolina Coastal Plain Regional NETS

VHF/UHF

  • BARC Net, Mondays, 2000 on 147.09 MHz, W4GDF Repeater.
  • Carteret County ARS (CCARS) Emergency Net, Tuesdays, 1930 on the Newport 145.45 (-) MHz,
  • Coastal Emergency Linking Net, Wednesday, 2100 ET
    Buxton 145.15,
    Elizabeth City 146.655,
    Hertford 147.33,
    Williamston 145.41 & 444.25
    Greenville, 145.35,
    Columbia 146.835 & 443.30
    Ahoskie 145.13,
  • Eastern North Carolina Traffic Net, Every night, 2030 on 146.685 MHz.
  • Kinston Amateur Radio Society Net First, Third, and Fourth Tuesdays, 2000 hrs. on 145.47 MHz., W4OIX repeater in Kinston.
  • Newport SkyWarn Tues. nights 2100E

Newport-145.450
Jacksonville-147.000- 88.5 tone
444 Newport-444.825- 88.5 tone
Grantsboro-145 230 – 85.4 tone.
Swansboro-146.760- 88.5 tone
Oriental-147.210-151.4 tone
Columbia IRLP 8561 link
Grifton-146.685-88.5 tone

  • Piedmont Coastal Traffic Net, Nightly 2030 on 146.88 MHz.
  • Wayne County 6 Meter Net Tuesdays at 2030, 52.525mhz
  • Wayne County Amateur Radio Assn. VHF/UHF Net, Thursdays at 2030, 146.85mhz  and 443.00mhz Repeaters
  • Wilson Amateur Radio Club Net, Thursdays @ 2000 on 146.76 MHz.

High Frequency Nets

    • Tar Heel Emergency Communications Net on 3923 kHz Nightly 1930.
    • NC Morning Net, another Section Traffic Net on 3.927 at 0745
    • RC Fliers Net every morning at 6:00 on 3.933 MHz
    • NC Evening Net – a Section Traffic net on 3.923 at 1830L
    • National Traffic System CW Net
      • 3.571mhz 2000 hours, slow speed (5-8wpm) Carolinas Slow Net
      • 3.573mhz 1900 hours, high speed (20 wpm)
      • 3.573mhz  2200 hours, slow speed (12-14 wpm), South Carolina/North Carolina