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The Alaska Morning Net is quite popular. Check out these links. Home WL7LP provides the conference on WL7LP-R.
You can listen to it on the World Conference following the regular morning net.

Allstar can be used to cross connect any system. Be sure to see the intro page before making any connection.

You can find out more information about Allstar on our page of links (about half way down the page).
The main Allstar page is here and a list of Allstar nodes here.

John (W2JLD) has a fairly complete listing of all the nets on Echolink. Just send a request to him for the latest one. His email is good on QRZ.

Most of these are on Echolink and IRLP. Look for the schedules on the web pages.

Interested in the cost behind the scenes. Check this page

Handiham net for hams with disabilities (Echolink conference HANDIHAM)
Check their main page for complete information about Handihams.
You can listen to this net on Friday on the World conference.

Friends Net As their web site says "Home of the GOOD MORNING Net and a place for friends who love ham radio
(Echolink conference Friends)

Islands A new conference started by WH6DWF all about islands.
(Echolink conference Islands) (Starlink Conference)

NASA is on the Echolink conference NASA that broadcasts the shuttle audio. Their schedule is here.
Note that they discourage retransmitting the music you may hear.
However the latest FCC rules excludes the shuttle audio from the music transmission restriction.

If you like DX on HF there is an Echolink conference at DX-Link

The Hi-Gate conference links the IRLP 9250 that is on the Las Vegas repeaters of NARRI

And of course the World conference is on IRLP 9251 that the NARRI repeaters switch over to for the nets twice a day

Another conference at NV-Gate says Welcome to the ARRL NV Section NV-GATE Conference Server sponsored by Nevada Amateur Radio Repeaters, INC. (NARRI). This home of the NV Section Network. NV-GATE is digitally linked to the IRLP Western Reflector Channel 8 (9258) full time to allow communications between NV Section IRLP and Echolink nodes NV Skywarn Wednesdays at 7 PM Pacific Time.

The Hamnation net takes place on Wed evening after Hamnation Here

DODROPIN says "The best source of amateur radio news is Amateur Radio Newsline:.
The best place to hear it is of course on the ARNewsline Net Every Saturday night at 2100 Eastern on Echolink at the *DoDropIn* #355800 Check in to the net Listen to the news Hang around after for good chat.

Speaking of that the Amateur Radio Newsline can be found Here

The Guild Conference is another Echolink conference on Facebook.
We actively monitor our EchoLink Conference Server *THEGUILD* Node 679320. Stop by and say hello!

https://hamconnect.com/groups/echolink/ A group to discuss the use of Echolink and other Internet Radio Linking Programs.

Friends Ham Radio Network is on the Friends conference on Echolink.

World Paranormal Net is no longer on the web. It is gone from Facebook as well.

Some of the nets on Echolink do not have a web page but provide info via their Yahoo Group.
Here are some links to other nets
Here is the info about the DCF:
From Doug Davis, AD7LO: Group Description: DISASTER COMMUNICATORS FORUM (DCF) In the past various individuals and Amateur Radio organizations have come forth to provide emergency response communications where it was needed. Those affected by a disaster deeply appreciate the dedication and effectiveness of ham radio operators. Recent disasters have reaffirmed the need for ham radio operators to augment governmental operations. The DCF is used to link communicators together before, during, and after disasters. This is to augment local communications with communicators outside the effected area. This forum, established in February 2007, is for those who recognize the need to share information: lessons learned, preparedness planning and disaster relief coordination. It is intended that all organizations involved in preparedness and response, including, but not limited to ARC, ARES, RACES, FEMA, Sky warn, Salvation Army, ERC, MARA and Homeland Security will participate in the Disaster Communicators Forum (DCF) for the betterment of the whole.
Group Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DISASTER_COMMUNICATORS_FORUM/ Forum membership is limited to Licensed Amateur Radio Operators, therefore, the applicant’s FIRST NAME, LOCATION, and CALL SIGN must be included in the request and in the YAHOO PROFILE. We reserve the right to moderate messages sent to the group and refuse, delete or ban membership at our discretion. The DCF Voice-over-IP (VoIP) Net meets every Sunday following the American Red Cross Communicators Net that starts at 6 PM Pacific Time. The nets meet on EchoLink *DCF-ARC* Conference Node #336037 and IRLP Reflector 9257 which are linked together 24/7 to allow Echo link and IRLP nodes to communicate. These channels may be used in the event of a disaster to link communicators together. The VoIP provides another means for local response personnel to communicate.

Here is some info about Yahoo Groups

For a list of IRLP nets check Here

Other nets worth looking into:

The Alaska Morning Net is transmitted 6 days a week on allstar node 47620 at 9 AM Alaska time (10 AM Pacific).

On Wed nights at 7:00 to 7:30 PM Pacific (10:00 PM Eastern) we cross link to the HAM NATION after show net... Todd WH6DWF is net control.
(Ham Nation Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 (Thu) UTC) See https://twit.tv/shows/ham-nation for more info.

HANDIHAMS conference is worth checking into. Woody N5XCX is net control on Fridays

On Sundays at 6 PM Pacfic (9 PM Eastern) the W8HP-R in Hazel Park, Michigan has the HPARC Net.
This is available on the Michigan conference on Echolink.
You can connect to the Allstar node 47918 directly if you have an Allstar node.
To find out more about All Star and other digital modes and nodes check this page.

Here are some nets listed on DMR
html https://snars.org/dmr/dmr-nets/ (Sierra Nevada ARS)

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