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ATN - The Amateur Television Network

ATN-CA-N (Northern California) Net Night
(K6BEN)

When: Every Wednesday night (8:30 p.m.)
Where: Check in from the greater San Jose area
What Frequency:421.25 MHZ (output) / 1255 MHz (FM) (input).
If you cannot transmit video, please check in as an audio on 145.510 simplex,
or on repeater 443.125, plus offset, with a PL of 123.0.
or on repeater 224.460, minus offset, with a PL of 123.0.

ATN-CA Net Night

When: Every Tuesday night (7:30 p.m.)
Where: Check in from Las Vegas to San Diego to Santa Barbara
What Frequency: That depends on which repeater you will be monitoring.
Click on "Repeaters" above or "ATN Repeater Maps" to the left.
Then click on the repeater you will be listening/viewing/transmiting to/from.

Other: If you only have an ATV receive, you can still talk on the repeater on 146.430MHz (100.0PL)
You can also talk to us using EchoLink
Please read the information on our EchoLink Page for more information.

We also stream various repeater outputs over the internet.
Check out the W6ATN stream or the ATN Video Wall for other options.

ATN-AZ Net Night

When: Every Sunday and Wednesday night (7:00 p.m. MST)
Where: Phoenix AZ and Tucon AZ area.
Skype checkins are usually available. Check the BATC streaming chat for info on how to connect.
What Frequency: Check in through White Tank Repeter or Mt. Lemmon Repeater
We also stream various repeater outputs over the internet
Check out the W8ARZ stream or W7ATV stream or the ATN-AZ Video Wall for other options.