Below is a list of known amateur radio nets across the New Mexico Section. All times are local (Mountain time), unless otherwise noted.
If your net is missing, or if details about your net need to be changed, please Contact the Webmaster with the following information:
- Net name
- Organization sponsoring the net
- Day(s) and time(s)
- How frequent the net is run (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.)
- Frequency (if a repeater, include CTCSS/PL tone, and location of repeater for reference)
- Description of net
6:30 AM – The New Mexico Breakfast Club
Meets daily on 3939 kHz LSB.
7:00 AM – The SCAT Net
Meets Monday-Saturday on the 145.33 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) and 444.00 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL) Sandia Crest linked repeaters.
8:00 AM – Northern New Mexico 160-meter Roundtable Net
Meets daily except for Sundays on 1915 kHz LSB (AM mode on Fridays).
8:45 AM – Rusty’s Raiders Net
Meets Monday-Friday on the 146.64 (67 Hz PL) Mt Taylor, 146.90 (-, 67 Hz PL) Albuquerque, 146.94 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Mt. Taylor, 146.96 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Capilla Peak, 147.06 (+, 67 Hz PL) Tapia Mesa, 442.60 (100 Hz PL) Sandia Crest, and 449.55 (71.9 Hz PL), linked repeaters.
11:00 AM – New Mexico Veterans Service / VA Net
Conducted by operators at N5VA based at Albuquerque Veterans Affairs hospital. Meets (at least) Monday-Thursday on 14.287 MHz USB.
6:00 PM MST or 7:00 PM MDT – New Mexico Roadrunner Traffic Net
Meets daily on 3939 kHz LSB.
7:00 PM – The Yucca Net
Meets daily on the 147.32 MHz (+, 162.2 Hz PL) Comanche Hill repeater.
5:00 PM MST or 7:30 PM MDT – New Mexico ARES/EmComm HF Net
Meets on the First Sunday of each month on 3939 kHz LSB to discuss amateur radio support of all types of emergency communications including (but not limited to) MARS, SAR, CAP, public service events. All stations invited.
8:00 PM – Los Alamos Amateur Radio Club Net
Meets on the 146.88 MHz (-, no PL) Los Alamos repeater.
8:00 PM – San Juan County EmComm Net
Meets on all NM5SJ repeaters; open to ARES and RACES members only.
9:00 PM – The Amateur Radio Caravan Club Net
Meets on the 145.33 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) and 444.00 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL) linked repeaters
7:00 PM – Lea County Amateur Radio Net
Meets on the 444.150 MHz (+, 162.2 Hz PL), 444.250 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL), 444.350 MHz (+, 162.2 Hz PL) Lea County repeaters, Echolink node 281850 AG5BB-R, and West Texas Connection repeaters.
7:30 PM – El Paso D-STAR/D-RATS Net
Meets on any D-STAR repeater in the world that can be linked to the REF055A reflector. D-RATS users may also join the net by logging into the AE5HE Ratflector (ae5he.ham-radio-op.net, Port 9000).
7:30 PM – Sandoval County ARES Net
Meets each Monday except for the third Monday of each month on the 147.10 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL), 147.08 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL), 443.00 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL), and 443.10 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL) Sandoval County repeaters.
8:00 PM – 2-meter Weak Signal Net
Meets on 144.250 MHz USB
8:30 PM – Northern New Mexico Amateur Radio Net
Meets on the 145.19 MHz (-, 67 Hz PL) Pajarito Mountain repeater. Backup repeater is the 147.02 MHz (+, 141.3 Hz PL) Tesuque Peak repeater.
6:30 PM – KC5JBO Memorial Simplex Net
Meets on 146.40 MHz simplex (Albuquerque area)
7:00 PM – Eastern New Mexico University Amateur Radio Club Net
Meets on the 146.82 (-, 67 Hz PL) Portales repeater
7:30 PM – Tailgate Tuesday Net
Meets on the 145.33 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) and 444.00 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL) Sandia Crest linked repeaters.
8:00 PM – Santa Fe ARES Net
Meets on Tuesdays preceding the Santa Fe ARES meeting on the 146.82 MHz (-, 162.2 Hz PL) Tesuque Peak, 147.20 MHz (+, 162.2 Hz PL) St. Vincent Hospital, 147.30 (+, 162.2 Hz PL) Elk Mountain, and 146.76 (-, no PL) San Antonio mountain repeaters.
6:45 PM – Mesilla Valley Radio Club Net
Meets on the 146.64 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Las Cruces repeater.
7:00 PM – Lincoln County ARES Net
Meets on the 146.920 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Alto Crest and 145.45 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Camelot repeaters.
7:30 PM – Socorro ARES Net
Meets on the 146.68 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Socorro repeater.
8:00 PM – The Valencia County Amateur Radio Association Net
Meets on the 146.700 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Valencia County repeater.
8:00 PM – 220 Rag Chewers Net
Meets on the 224.480 MHz Albuquerque repeater.
8:00 PM – 70-centimeter Weak Signal Net
Meets on 432.150 MHz USB
7:00 PM – Bernalillo County ARES Net
Meets on the 145.13 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL), 145.15 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL), and 442.050 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Albuquerque area linked repeaters.
7:30 PM – Bosque Youth Amateur Radio Club net
Meets on the 443.30 MHz (+, 100 Hz PL) Sandia Crest repeater.
7:30 PM – Tri-County ARES Net
For coordination of ARES members in Socorro, Torrance and Valencia counties. Meets on the 146.96 MHz (-, 100 Hz PL) Capilla Peak repeater.
8:00 PM – New Mexico D-STAR Net
Meets on any D-STAR repeater in the world that can be linked to the REF055A reflector.
8:00 PM – Tri-County ARES Simplex Net
Monthly exercise net for ARES members in Socorro, Torrance and Valencia counties. Meets on the fourth Thursday of the month on 146.55 MHz simplex.
8:30 PM – The New Mexico Swapnet
9:00 AM – New Mexico Department of Health Health Net
Meets on the New Mexico Mega Link repeater system
7:00 PM – East Mountain FM Simplex Net
Meets on 146.55 MHz simplex. Open to all hams, especially those living around the east side of the Sandia and Manzano mountains.
7:00 PM – Sacramento Mountains Radio Club Net
Meets on the SMRC linked repeater system (147.22 MHz, 147.34 MHz, and 146.96 MHz (100 Hz PL tone). Open to all hams, especially those living around New Mexico’s Sacramento Mountains.