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A ham radio net (network) is an on-air gathering of people with common interests, such as emergency preparedness, religion, or locale, using amateur radio as their communication medium. During these nets people can check in, listen to a training topic, participate in a roundtable discussion, contact others, or share important information.

How to join one of these nets
Times listed are for US Mountain Time unless siffixed with 'Z', and all HF frequencies are ± QRM, unless otherwise specified
Frequencies are in MHz, '+' or '-' = repeater offset, (s) = simplex, (100.0) = tone


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Utah Simplex Frequency Allocation is the topic of another page, but might be pertinent here
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Orem City Drill / Great Utah Shakeout
Church (faith-based) nets
Community nets
Emergency nets
Club and group nets
Special nets
HF nets
Annual Santa nets

Orem City Drill / Utah Shakeout nets

Church (faith-based) nets

** Details for some of the above church nets

Community group nets

Emergency-agency nets

## Details for some of the above emergency-agency nets

Club and group nets

Special-purpose nets

HF nets

Annual Santa nets

Other nets

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