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KHRC VHF Simplex Emergency Net
MON 10:15 am - 11:00 am (HST) Simplex 146.400
10:15 am check in - 10:30 am as Hamakua works their way around the Big Island.
All OPR are welcome to check in to give signal reports.
Main goal is to eventually relay a message circling the island.
Good practice and helps you start building an Emergency Simplex Contact List.
More info once OPR have completed the task of island wide connections.
EmComm Roundtable Discussion Net
(Click the Hawaii/Mainland AllStar Link below to find the closest Repeater or Node frequency near you)
TUE 7:00 pm (HST) on Hawaii/Mainland AllStar Network *42432 by Tony WH6DVI
The Tuesday night EmComm Roundtable is a statewide net allowing amateur radio operators to discuss and
organize around best practices in serving our communities in situations where phone and internet services are out.
The purpose of the net is to identify groups and individuals to train with, organize training exercises, and develop
communication plans for use in times of disaster. This net is not affiliated with any particular group and all amateur
radio operators interested in EmComm are invited. If you are interested in acting as Net Control, please send
email to TonyKitchen808@gmail.com.
PERC Simplex Relay Net
WED 7:00 pm (HST) PERC Repeater 145.450- pl 100.0 to check in.
Report your (QTH, radio, watts, and antenna) your using.
Then QSY to 146.520 National Simplex Calling Frequency and wait for role call.
If you can't hear net control, wait till you hear the 1st person who relays a call to check in.
Do not pass any messages unless asked by net control or by relay to avoid stepping on others.
Be prepared to put out a relay call when asked to see if any other OPR wanting to check in.
QSY back over to Kapoho's Repeater for signal reports, questions, comments, etc.
This is a great way to start an Emergency Simplex Contact List!
10m CW Class
THU 8:00 pm (HST) 10m CW Class on 28.380 by Bob KB6EGA
Bob will explain prior to the start of each class what he will be sending and how long the session will be.
It may start off with alphabets, then numbers and last with quotation marks. He will also talk about the do's
and dont's of CW. As his students start to get proficient, it will progress to words, sentences and callsigns.
ARES Message Handling and Relay Net
SAT 7:00 pm (HST) Kulani Repeater 146.760- pl 100.0 to check in.
Message Handling & Relay, done periodically using ICS 213 Form,
ARRL Radiogram and ACS Forms (work in progress) net by Irene NH7PE.
She also recommends practicing Reverse Operation with your radio.
HSVOAD Activate Mauna Kea Repeater Net
1st SAT of the Month 12:00 pm (HST) HSVOAD Net 146.720- pl 100.0 to check in.
Report (QTH, type of radio, watts, antenna) your using.
The HSVOAD Repeater is activated only once a Month for testing purposes.