Primary RepeatersThe CTN primarily operates on the Colorado Connection state-wide system of linked repeaters at 7:00pm Mountain Time every day. To retrieve the most current list of frequencies in the linked system, please visit:
Alternate FrequenciesThe following is a list of repeaters that our traffic handlers commonly use to pass messages off frequency during the net. This frees up time for the net to continue while stations pass traffic elsewhere.
Regular traffic handlers are encouraged to become familiar with which of these alternate repeaters are reachable from their station and have them quickly accessible. This is not intended to be a complete list, and stations are welcome and encouraged to coordinate any frequency they choose to pass traffic outside of the net. Please remember to ask whether or not a repeater is in use before passing traffic on an alternate frequency.
VHF PacketThe Colorado Traffic League (CTL) packet node is located on Saddleback Mountain about 30 miles west of Denver. The packet station BBS is up 24/7 on frequency 145.050 MHz using call sign K0NTS-1. You are welcome to leave formal NTS traffic on the CTL BBS.
If you have difficulty connecting directly, try connecting via AG0S, AC0VC, AC0KQ or N4ATA.
HF Traffic NetsThe CTN maintains regular liaison with various HF Nets.
WinLinkYou may also pass traffic into and out of Colorado via WinLink to our club call KØNTS