ATN (3196)
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Description Amateur Television Network
Country Usa
Reflector None
Bridged to
D-Star No Tetra No
P25 No Analog No
Wires-X No YSF No

The Amateur Television Network (ATN) is a amateur television repeater system located throughout the United States and the world. Supported by licensed operators within the amateur radio service, the ATN links repeaters throughout the southwestern area of the United States by RF, and our chapter repeater operators via IP video.

REPEATERS: The Amateur Television Network hosts a series of open repeaters in the southwest part of the United States, with chapter repeater operations throughout the country and the world. Currently, their are 7 dedicated ATN repeater systems in Southern California; 3 ATN repeaters in Arizona, and 1 ATN repeater in southern Nevada. Chapter systems are located in Florida, Delaware, Ohio, Missouri, and Kentucky.

ACTIVITY: The ATN host a weekly net on Wednesdays at 0330 UTC (November - March) or 0230 UTC (March - November). Amateur television users can access the repeaters using their television transmitters utilizing the SD-NTSC (VSB) or DVB-T digital.

DMR TALKGROUP: The ATN utilize this talkgroup to communicate with other amateur television operators throughout the world, especially during our nets, special events, and emergency operations where COM coordination is vital towards linking up our ATV operations either on RF or IP video technology. This DMR talkgroup is open to ALL amateurs that are utiliizing amateur television in their operations, or are interested in being involved in the amateur television mode within the amateur radio service.

For more information about the ATN, you can go to our website at: