Nets

Don’t forget to check into the weekly area amateur radio nets:

DayNet NameFrequencyPL ToneTime
SundayMissouri Emergency Services Net3.963 NA6:00 PM CST
Or 30 minutes earlier based on band conditions
SundayBenton County, MO ARES146.925(-) 107.27:00 PM CST
SundaySedalia (Pettis) County ARC147.030(-) 179.98:00 PM CST
SundayWarrensburg (Johnson County)146.880(-) 107.28:30 PM CST
MondayPolk County ARES147.060107.27:00 PM CST
MondayKC Blind ARC145.130NA8:00 PM CST
TuesdayCass County147.120151.47:30 PM CST
(except 3rd Tuesday of the month no net because of meeting)
TuesdaySouthwest Missouri SKYWARN Training146.955(-) 192.87:00 PM CST
TuesdayNorthside ARC146.625(-) 131.88:00 PM CST
(except the first Tuesday of the month because of the meeting)
TuesdayLebanon ARC146.700(-) 88.57/8 PM CST
(depends on daylight savings)
TuesdayLake of the Ozarks ARC28.410NA9:00 PM CST
WednesdayDeepwater DMR ONLY443.300107.27-9 PM CST
WednesdayWheatshocker (Fusion)147.300
C4FM
NA8:00 PM CST
ThursdayNixa ARC147.075127.37:30 PM CST
FridayDistrict D ARES147.075127.37:30 PM CST
SaturdayLake of the Ozarks ARC146.730NA9:00 AM CST

Daily
Rolla Regional Amateur Radio Society: 146.790 (-) PL 88.5 8 pm

Monday-Wednesday-Friday
Upright and Still Breathing (USB): 146.880 (-) PL 107.2 8:00 am

Monthly

FCC Adopts Rule to Allow Hospital Use of Amateur Radios during Disaster Drills
Consistent with the blanket waiver request submitted by the American Hospital Association (AHA), the Federal Communication Commission has adopted an order which permits the use of HAM radios during hospital disaster drills. The Commission determined that amateur radio operators play a critical role during disasters and that amateur radio operator should be permitted to participate in disaster drills regardless of whether they are employed by the entity conducting the drill.

The blanket waiver request was filed by AHA in response to The Joint Commission’s requirement that hospitals prepare an emergency operations plan specifying alternative forms of communication to use during emergencies and establishing backup communications links, including amateur radio stations if primary communications systems fail.

Due to the adoption of the FCC order, the Commission dismissed AHA’s blanket waiver as moot.

FCC Amateur Radio Order PDF

KCHEART (Kansas City Hospital Emergency Amateur Radio Team) 7:30 pm first Monday of the month:
443.500 (+) PL 151.4 (KC Metro) or 146.88 (-) PL 107.2 (Eastern Region A)

Region A Healthcare Net: 146.880 (-) PL 107.2 3rd Wednesday of the month at 9:30 am. All amateur radio operators are encouraged to check in after the healthcare facilities.
You can find the current script here.

Camden County Emergency Net: 146.730 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1Ø am. All amateur radio operators are encouraged to check in.

If you are running the Benton County, MO ARES net, you can find the script here.