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The RMRL is a Denver-based amateur radio club that emphasizes VHF and UHF repeater operation. We are affiliated with the American Radio Relay League. The club was organized in the late 1960’s and has provided repeater service to the Front Range of Colorado since. The RMRL’s flagship 2 meter repeater on 146.94 MHz has been in continuous operation from its present location on Squaw Mountain (11,440' MSL) for over 30 years.

Members are located up and down the Front Range from Cheyenne to Colorado Springs, and membership fluctuates around 350. Activities include furnishing communications coverage for civic events, emergencies and a severe storm warning network to assist the National Weather Service. Social events include a holiday dinner each year.

NETS ON THE RMRL REPEATERS

The Rocky Mountain Radio League invites you to join us for the RMRL weekly on-air meeting on the 146.940, 449.450, and 449.825 repeaters every Monday night starting at 8:30pm Mountain Time.

Nets are welcome on the RMRL repeaters; contact any of the officers to schedule a time.

Day Time Net Frequency
Daily 0630 Colorado Weather Net 146.940- and 449.825-
Mon 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
Mon 1900 Society of Broadcast Engineers 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref 9615.
Mon 2030 RMRL Weekly On-Air Meeting and Net 146.94-, 449.450-, and 449.825-
Tue 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
Tue 1900 Astronomy Net 146.940- and 449.825-
Wed 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
Thu 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
Thu 1900 AmSat Net 146.940- Amateur satellite net. 146.94 , 449.825, (sometimes: 449.875, 448.325). Echolink: *AMSAT*; Allstar 28298, 28299, 40764; IRLP (sometimes linked): Denver Reflector 9870
Thu 2030 Outdoor America USA Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9251. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in…wait to be recognized by the net controller. This is a 1.5-hour long camping and off-road net.
Fri 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
Fri 0100 UTC Friday Night International Net 145.340- Connecting to IRLP Ref. 9668. This is the same net that has been giving Ham radios away on New Years Eve. Gratis participation is required on Friday Nights prior to New Years Eve giveaways.
Sat 0800 Say Good Morning With Radio Net 145.340- connecting IRLP Node 335(0) with IRLP Ref. 9668. Please use Standard Amateur Call Sign phonetics to check in. Please give your name and city name for this net when you are called upon by the net controller.
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