"Cascadia Rising confirmed that it could take several weeks for assistance to reach communities that have become isolated because of the earthquake impacts," Washington State's After Action Report

Primary Net

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Simplex Nets

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Other Nets

 

On our primary net, we make announcements about upcoming events and activities.  The best way to become involved is to listen and to check in on the nets, and to participate in events and activities.

Our primary voice net is Sunday evenings at 7:30 PM local time.

  • 145.43 MHz (-600 kHz, tone 179.9 Hz)
    Our main repeater in Silverdale
     
  • 224.42 MHz (-1.6 MHz, tone 88.5 Hz)
    Linked full-time on Bainbridge Island
     
  • 442.200 MHz (+5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz)
    Linked full time in Poulsbo
     
  • 440.450 MHz (+5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz)
    Linked full time in Indianola
     
  • 444.475 MHz (+5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz)
    Linked during nets and activations from Bainbridge Island

In the event of repeater-system failure, we operate on 145.43 MHz FM voice simplex.


On the first Sunday of every month we hold an initial net on the Primary Net frequencies, and then we move to simplex frequencies, by operational area:

147.46 MHz

South Kitsap County

147.48 MHz

Bremerton

147.50 MHz

Central Kitsap County

147.52 MHz

North Kitsap County

147.54 MHz

Bainbridge Island

147.56 MHz

Medical Team

 
  • HF net
    Sunday at 18:45 local time
    28.330 MHz USB, with an alternate of 28.335 MHz USB
     
  • Six-meter net
    Sunday at 19:00 local time
    52.43 MHz FM simplex
     
  • Digital net
    Sunday at 19:00 local time
    145.63 MHz and 223.58 MHz; connect to POCHAT
    **Also on TELNET at telnet.k7mm.net; port 3694
    Contact k7mm@arrl.net for a log-in password
  • PSNS and IMF Net

    Wednesday at 09:00 local time
    Main voice repeater
    145.43 MHz, -600 kHz, tone 179.9 Hz
    Linked (full time)
    224.42 MHz, -1.6 MHz, tone 88.5 Hz
    442.200 MHz, +5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz
    440.450 MHz, +5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz
    Simplex on 446.000 MHz FM voice and 28.330 MHz USB voice

  • Healthcare Net

Second Monday of every month at 11:00 local time
Main
145.43 MHz, -600 kHz, tone 179.9 Hz
Linked (full time)
224.42 MHz, -1.6 MHz, tone 88.5 Hz
442.200 MHz, +5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz
440.450 MHz, +5 MHz, tone 103.5 Hz