Traffic Nets

Section Traffic Manager - Steve Bromhead, KB2RTZ

What are Traffic Nets?

SNJ Traffic Nets

Traffic Nets are the essential part of the National Traffic System™ (NTS™). They are established to pass messages via amateur radio

As described by the ARRL, "During disasters or other emergencies, radiograms are used to communicate information critical to saving lives or property, or to inquire about the health or welfare of a disaster victim.

Name Meets Repeater Additional Info Notes
South Jersey Traffic Net Daily @ 8pm 147.345 PL 127.3 Echolink KB2RTZ Covers Gloucester, Camden, Burlington, Atlantic, Salem, Cumberland, Cape May and Mercer Counties. Operators needed to handle traffic. Please contact Steve Bromhead, KB2RTZ to volunteer.
Jersey Shore Traffic Net Daily @ 7:30pm 146.910 PL 127.3   To check in all that's needed is your callsign, name, and location. To actually check in wait for a break, call "net control", let the carrier drop, listen for doubling. Then say your callsign, name, location, and "No traffic" if you do not have a message to send. If you do have traffic to bring to the net indicate so during your check-in. The Net Controller will note this and look for someone to pick up the traffic. Once someone agrees to pick up the traffic, the net controller will assist you in passing the traffic.
To have your net added to this listing please email with all the pertinent details. Please allow a couple of days for your listing to appear.