The SHARK net is held each Monday evening at 19:00 on the KL7SRK 2m Repeater 146.080+ MHz, with a PL 114.8 and on KL7SRK 440 Repeater at 446.000- MHz, with a PL 114.8.
EchoLink - KL7SRK-R
The Alaska Net is broadcast Mondays from 09:00 - 11:00 over the SHARK 70cm repeater.
An amateur radio net, or simply ham net, is an "on-the-air" gathering of amateur radio operators. Most nets are done on a regular schedule and specific frequency, and are organized for a particular purpose, such as relaying messages, discussing a common topic of interest, in severe weather, emergencies, or simply as a regular gathering of friends for conversation. Conducting amateur radio nets is a long time tradition within the hobby.
A formal, or directed net has a single net control station (NCS) that manages its operation for a given session. The NCS operator calls the net to order at its designated start time, periodically calls for participants to join, listens for them to answer (or check in ) keeps track of the roster of stations for that particular net session, and generally coordinates the operation of the net.