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Civil Defence is requesting assistance with monitoring certain Sirens (link above). You are also welcome to report your Siren Status in your area or wherever you are currently. NCS will need to know if it's working, nothing heard or malfunction (concise description). We also welcome those who have an interest in taking a turn as NCS. (Instructions)
All OPR are welcomed to check-in or volunteer as an NCS using this (Net Script). You can contact admins Dave AH6OD, Jesse WH6AV, Jim NH6HI and Wayne KH6IN to schedule you in. They can help you set up using an AllStar Client (full duplex) using a computer and the internet. Check out the (Net Roster) started (May 10, 2020) to see who has checked in every Sunday. Awesome job Jesse WH6AV and mahalo for creating this!East Hawaii Radio Training Net (EHRTN)
Early check-in 2nd Sunday at 6:45 pm on 146.880- pl 100.0 before moving over to 146.490 Simplex by Laupahoehoe CERT at 7:00 pm.
Every 4th Sunday at 7:00 pm 146.880- pl 100.0 by EHRTN Team. All licensed amateur radio operators are welcome to check-in. Great way to get to know your fellow HAMS from North and East Hawaii Districts!Big Island Amateur Radio Club Morning Net (BIARC)
All Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check-in and participate with this Social Net. If you would like to practice as a Net Control Station during one of their nets. You can contact Paul WH7BR, Del WH6DEL or Chris WH6DCC to schedule you in. You can use the following (Net Script) or (Instruction Sheet) as a guide.Kohala Hamakua Radio Club VHF Simplex Emergency Net (KHRC)
All OPR are welcome to check-in and give your signal reports. Main goal is to eventually relay a message circling the island. Please send Ceri AH6CS your signal report before 12pm that day so she can add it to her weekly spreadsheet report.Kaloli Point CERT Team
The Kaloli Point CERT team serves the community along Beach Road and north to Kaloli Point in cooperation with the PAKA Neighborhood Watch and the Kaloli Point Radio Team. We're a group of volunteer Emergency responders (CERTs, hams, NW patrol) and conduct a Wednesday morning local simplex net on 147.450 Mhz. Our CERT team has kindly been offered Tuesday morning access to the Kulani Repeater through Big Island Amateur Radio Club (BIARC). Community, Emergency Preparedness, and Education are our driving motivations.Puna Emergency Radio Club Simplex Relay Net (PERC)
Check-in on 146.760- pl 100.0 then we move to 146.520 simplex and wait for roll 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 in your area wanting to check in. Move back over to 146.760- pl 100.0 for signal reports, questions, comments, etc. This is a great way to start building an Emergency Simplex Contact List!Big Island Amatuer Radio Club Tech Net (BIARC)
Tune in to learn a new skill or gain knowledge by participating or practicing how to use the many different Digital modes APRS, BBS Packet, FLDigi, SSTV, Vara FM, Winlink, etc. Discuss antennas, proper grounding, protecting your equipment anything related to Ham Radio. Feel free to ask tech questions with any of these experts or just stop by to listen in. If you want to learn something new, BIARC Tech Net is for you!Orchidland CERT Team
Orchidland CERT Team will check-in 7:00 pm Simplex then 146.760- pl 100.0 and 442.500+ pl 100.0 for a round of comments. All CERT Teams and amatuer radio operators are welcome to check-in.Puna Emergency Radio Club 10m SSB CW Class (PERC)
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.Amateur Radio Emergency Service Message Handling Net (ARES)
Message Handling & Relay, done periodically using ACS, ARC, ICS 213, Radiogram, & Skywarn forms, by Irene NH7PE. This ICS-213 Message Handling Training PDF is very helpful. She also recommends practicing Reverse Operation with your radio. You can download the ARES 2m Net Script mahalo to Irene for sharing it with us.DMR Hawaii Net
All licensed amateur radio operators are invited to check in. I encourage all stations to check in, and to participate with comments on the "topic of interest." The net provides a great opportunity to share questions regarding DMR, and other amateur radio related topics. If anyone has any suggestions for a topic of interest or is interested in being net control please send me an email, here is the DMR Net Script.. If you want to check in via the website go to kh7ms.com and you can join us on the live chat and also monitor the net using the live stream.
Volcano CERT Team
1st SAT of the Month 9:00 am (HST) 146.260+ pl 103.5 than 442.150+ pl 100.0
Volcano CERT Team will check-in at 9:00 am on 146.260+ pl 100.0 for radio signal checks and open discussion for two rounds than QSY to 442.150+ pl 100.0 for radio checks and closing of the net.HSVOAD Activate Mauna Kea Repeater Net
All operators are welcome to check-in by giving your Callsign, Name and Location. Listen in prior to contacting NCS to know what information he needs or requesting to avoid constant repeats which tends to slow down the Net (only 1 hour). It can be difficult for Kevin AH6QO to copy at times so be prepared to help relay when he asks for assistance.East Hawaii Net Reporters
Net Reporters are used to help keep track of certain nets for NCS by logging it directly into Kona Bob AH6GT 40meter.net database. Here are the instructions. If you prefer not to log a net there. You can use the following options by emailing a NCS Log Report or use Winlink. Data is collected by ARES Team and sent to ARRL. It's a great way to sharpen your skills in case you happen to be first responder during an emergency.Skywarn Weather Spotter Training
Watch the video presentation for the Skywarn Weather Spotter Training. Once your done, email Gavin to let him know you had completed the training. You should also include your Full Name, Home Address, HAM call sign (if applicable), Phone number(s), Hours you can be available for a weather report (i.e. 8am-8pm), and Date you trained. If you are a new spotter or if this is a refresher or renewal (give your old spotter number). Here is the Skywarn Newsletter for more information.