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Welcome to AllStar Nets.

A fine collection of hand curated amateur radio nets, accessible on the AllStarLink network.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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The Reset Net

From the Prescott-Russell Amateur Radio Club, open to ham operators everywhere.

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PSRG Net

About 19:30 net control takes announcements, questions, and comments, and accepts checkins from members and non-members alike.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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The Absolute Tech Net

Featuring technical discussions related to ham radio or of general interest.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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The Wednesday Night Net

Hosted by one of the founders of FreeSTAR, Bruce M0UKB. The net brings amateurs from all around the world together for a casual & informal net to promote the hobby. There are usually a couple of questions / topics every week to wet the appetite for some very interesting conversation.

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2 Meter Crew Anti-Net

Weekly topics and guest discuss ham radio with loosely followed programs. Absolutely everyone is welcome to talk, discuss, and contribute.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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The Triode Net

From the Prescott-Russell Amateur Radio Club. A fun net where they ask questions about everyone’s activities and share ideas.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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Nation Wide 220mhz Net

An informal net promoting the use of the 220mhz band linked via Allstar Link. All ham are welcome. The net is hosted in Syracuse, NY. You can follow the net on Net Logger under CNY 220mhz Net.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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Alaska Morning Net

The Alaska morning net started out as a local Anchorage 2 meter net. It has come a long way over the years and is currently the longest running net on the internet. It is a two hour long net. We are a rag chew type net and enjoy chatting with each and everyone of you. Folks from all over the world join us each morning. We are one big happy family and once you check in with us you become a part of that family.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association morning breakfast net

An East Coast morning breakfast net to talk about what you had for breakfast and a topic of the day with Trivett. General morning rag chew net type atmosphere.

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Blind Hams Digital Net

The Blind Hams Network is a multi-mode digital/analog system. The Blind Hams Digital Net meets weekly to promote the use of amateur radio among blind and visually impaired operators. All hams are welcome.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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The TOP TALK Net

Hosted out of the UK. In this net they interview a popular ham operator, usually a YouTuber, and take questions.

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The Science Net with Ken VA3kEX

This is unlike any other net you’ve heard. A round table discussion on a variety of science news.

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Philippine Allstarlink System

Pure Allstarlink only no bridging to dmr, echolink or other modes. Rollcall with trivia start at 9 pm phil standard time.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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The Noon Net

Started by Jack KI7RMU as an informal net in November 2019, it has also evolved into a daily net. Come and join the fun and conversation! The Noon Net has now had over 500 sessions!

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Worldwide Ragchew Amateur Radio Net

A lighthearted net enabling checkins from all round the world 🌎. Net usual lasts 1 hour in length. Come check in or simply listen to the traffic.

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Hawai'i Mainland Net

The Hawai'i Mainland Allstar Network is a group of Ham Radio Operators in the State of Hawai'i as well as around the continental US and abroad dedicated to maintaining a communication system using simplex nodes and repeaters for everyone to enjoy. We also support the emcomm mission in Hawai'i. Join us on Sunday afternoons for our weekly Net.

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The Raspberry Pi Net

Join W2JLD/JOHN or GW8SZL/DAVE on Sunday’s where they talk about Raspberry Pi’s, Linux, AllStar, Supermon, Programming and everything Raspberry Pi. With a wide cast of characters and plenty of Pi to go around, join us as we sit back and enjoy great fellowship and most of all have fun while learning something new..

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The Nine O'clock Net

Each day at 09:00 and 21:00 there’s a certain excitement in the air, as a number of die-hard PSRG members gather around their radios for the Nine O’clock net. Then the moment arrives, “Time for Net!” The mystery that is the Nine O’clock net has begun. These nets have been going on every day of the year for over 40 years, since approximately 1976.

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