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This is a list of local and regional emergency communications networks. In addition to emergencies, most of these nets activate on a regular basis for training and information purposes.
  • St. Louis County ARES®
    Frequency: 146.850 (-) MHz, CTCSS tone 141.3 Hz
    Scheduled Nets: Wednesdays, 7:30 PM Central Time
    Notes:
    Directed net
    All amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in to scheduled net.

  • St. Louis County RACES/SKYWARN (severe weather)
    Frequency: 146.940 (-) MHz
    Alternate: 147.360 (+) MHz (if above frequency not available)
    Scheduled Nets: First Thursday of each month, 7:00 PM Central Time
    Notes:
    Directed net
    All amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in to scheduled net.
    Web site http://www.stlouisco-skywarn.org/

  • St. Charles County ARES®
    Frequency: 145.490 (-) MHz, CTCSS tone 141.3 Hz
    Scheduled Nets: Mondays, 8:30 PM Central Time
    Notes:
    Directed net
    All amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in to scheduled net.
    Web site http://www.win.org/county/depts/ema/sccg275s.htm

  • Missouri Emergency Services Net
    Frequency: 3.963 MHz, LSB
    Alternate: 7.263 MHz, LSB
    Scheduled Nets: Sundays, 6:30 PM Central Time
    Notes:
    Directed net
    All amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in to scheduled net.
    Check-ins taken by Missouri ARES® districts. (These are the same as the Missouri Highway Patrol districts.) Check-ins also taken from amateur radio operators in neighboring states.
    Web site http//www.ares-mo.org/mesn.asp

  • Missouri Digital Services Net
    Frequency: 7.073 MHz, LSB, MFSK-16 Noninverted, nominally at 1000 Hz
    Scheduled Nets: Sundays, 7:15 PM Central Time
    Notes:
    Directed net, digital mode (MFSK)
    All amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in to scheduled net.