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NEDECN Mission Statement

The New England Digital Emergency Communications Network was created by the linking of several amateur radio digital repeaters, each with emergency power. Communications can be customized for Statewide and Regional configurations using talk groups and time slots.

NEDECN is:

  • New England Digital Emergency Communications Network
  • A Digital Network of 90+ Amateur Radio Service Repeaters covering the New England States
  • Facilitating mobile roaming communications throughout New England for routine communications
  • An Umbrella organization supporting local amateur radio groups through funding to expand the network and enhance local communications
  • A provider of Special Event communications for Boston Marathon, Vermont 100, NH State EOC, SKYWARN and NWS Gray, Maine
  • Focused on emergency preparedness with sites on battery and generator power sources
  • A Training ground for technical and communicator resources

Latest Posts

Net Control Schedule for October-November 2020

The Monday night 8 PM New England DMR Nets will have the following Net Control Station on Talk Group “New England Wide” (3181): Oct. 12  …

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Vermont Repeater Changes

The Warren, VT VHF repeater, K1VIT, on Mt. Lincoln, will go off the air on 9/1/20 and be replaced by a UHF repeater formerly based …

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New Link Policy, Hamfest and Contest Updates

See Updates in External Links and Hot Spots: https://nedecn.org/external-links/

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Net Schedule for September

The Monday night 8 PM New England DMR Nets will have the following Net Control Station on Talk Group “New England Wide” (3181): AUG 31  …

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NET Schedule for August

The Monday night 8 PM New England DMR Nets will have the following Net Control Station on Talk Group “New England Wide” (3181): AUG 3  …

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1 Sept. 2020 Update on DMR Repeaters

UHF (44) VHF (50)
  1. Boston, MA
  2. Danvers, MA
  3. Northampton, MA
  4. Southboro, MA
  5. Worcester, MA
  6. Farmington, ME
  7. Hudson, NH
  8. Gilford (K1RE), NH
  9. Goffstown (Mt. Unc), NH
  10. Gunstock Mt (K1RJZ), NH
  11. Hampton, NH (Indoor Antenna)
  12. Crotched Mt, NH
  13. Keene, NH
  14. Mt. Cranmore/North Conway, NH
  15. Mt. Washington, NH
  16. Montauk, NY
  17. Peconic, NY
  18. Mattituck, NY
  19. Mt. Beacon, NY
  20. Riverhead, NY
  21. Selden, NY
  22. Burke Mtn, VT 
  23. Bolton (Rikker Mtn), VT
  24. Brattleboro, VT
  25. Burlington, VT
  26. Corinth, VT
  27. Mt. Ascutney, VT
  28. Jay Peak, VT
  29. Monkton, VT
  30. Mt. Equinox, VT
  31. Pico Peak, VT
  32. Mt. Snow, VT
  33. Warren, VT
  34. Williamstown, VT
  35. Coventry, CT
  36. Prospect, CT
  37. Bridgeport, CT
  38. Colchester, CT (OFF)
  39. Killingly, CT
  40. Monroe, CT
  41. Norwalk, CT
  42. Northford, CT
  43. Rocky Hill, CT
  44. Seymour, CT
  1. Bourne, MA
  2. Chelmsford, MA
  3. Dennis, MA
  4. Dukes County, MA (Martha’s Vineyard)
  5. Eastham, MA
  6. Gardner, MA
  7. Hingham, MA
  8. Marblehead, MA
  9. Northampton, MA
  10. Southboro, MA
  11. Sudbury, MA
  12. Wilmington, MA
  13. Walpole, MA
  14. Augusta, ME
  15. Boothbay Harbor, ME (coming soon)
  16. Buckfield (Streaked Mtn), ME
  17. Calais, ME
  18. Camden, ME
  19. Dexter, ME
  20. Dresden, ME
  21. Holden, ME  (Bangor)
  22. Fort Kent, ME
  23. Gouldsboro, ME (Bar Harbor)
  24. Knox, ME
  25. Lincoln, ME
  26. Litchfield, ME
  27. New Sharon, ME
  28. Portland, ME
  29. Presque Isle, ME
  30. Smyrna, ME (Houlton)
  31. Shapleigh, ME
  32. Sidney, ME
  33. Topsham, ME
  34. Waterville, ME (Planned)
  35. Bow, NH
  36. Chester, NH
  37. Clarksville, NH
  38. Concord, NH
  39. Derry, NH
  40. Goffstown (Mt. Unc), NH
  41. Gunstock Mtn (K1RE), NH
  42. Hudson (K1MOT), NH
  43. Hudson (NE1B), NH
  44. Rochester, NH
  45. Sanbornton, NH
  46. Somersworth, NH
  47. Wakefield, NH
  48. West Ossipee, NH
  49. Bristol, RI
  50. N. Providence, RI