Welcome to EARC Hawaii...
...website of the Hawaii Emergency Amateur Radio Club.
Whether you are newly licensed, recently upgraded, or just getting back into the hobby... this club is your start to life-long friendships and an exciting hobby.
EARC General Membership Meeting:
Next meeting is: July 16, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Location: Fleet Reserve Association Branch 46, 891 Valkenburgh Street Honolulu, HI 96818-4400
Potluck. Contact G.Lo at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know what your bringing. See you there!
END FED MATCHBOX ANTENNAS
Check out our projects page for some simple matchbox antennas for 6 to 40 meters, 20 meters and 40 meters.
Scroll down to the end of the page for repeater status and updates.
ARRL FIELD DAY JUNE 21 AND 23
Great News! Field day will be at Bellows this year. Mahalo to Trent N2OBM for his diligenence and persistance in getting the location for us. Be watching the site for updates to field day.
HAWAII STATE SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS
April 7 to 9, 2013
$300 prize: BaoXin Liang and Anna Chen from McKinley High School for their project on Cel Phone RF Leakage. Their presentation on measuring the effects of cell phone rf leakage was well thought out and original out of the box. Congratulations to them for a job well done.
$100 prize: Kaili Delo Santos from Hawaii Prepatory Academy. This 6th grader did an out of the box presentation on using coins to generate power, wow who would have thought you could generate power from a quarter, dime, nickels or penny. Very well put together. Congratulations!
$50.00 prize: Sophia Moser from Aikahi Elementary School. Another 6th grader who did a project on wind power and the effects on blade design. Very well put together. Congratulations!
EARC Logo Contest
Logo contest announced at January Meeting. Contest is open to club members only. Submissions have been extended another month. All Submission must contain the club name and callsigns
Submission winner will be selected at field day
Email logo submissions to Wayne at email@example.com
EARC Swap Meet
We will be schduling a swap meet soon, keep an eye out for the date
Mini Field Day
We will be scheduling a mini field day soon, keep an eye out for the date
Links from show and tell night
Check out the latest Wireless Dispath Newsletter
YAHOO WH6CZB_EARC GROUP
list below is for active paid members of the EARC and helps us provide updates to upcoming events, Ham related info and other club related news. Please subscribe to these groups to help us keep you informed on what's going on with the club.
If you have any questions or need assistance please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mahalo.
Club Net Schedule
EARC NET AT 1930, Monday thru Sunday on 146.880/444.500 repeaters
More EARC NCS Stations needed to keep the net going nightly. Help promote HAM radio by being an NCS station. Get more information by clicking here. Mahalo.
New Ham Net, Sundays at 1830 (6:30 pm) on 147.060 repeater plus offset, encode CTCSS tone 103.5
LDS Net, Wednesday and Thursday at 2100 (9:00 pm) on 146.620 repeater, minus offset, encode CTCSS tone 103.5
RICHARD - FROM WH7ZB TO KH7HNL
CHUCK - FROM NH7XL TO KH6HNL
BART - FROM WH6AA TO KH7C
If you know of someone who has recently upgraded or recently licensed and would like to recognize them here please email Steve at email@example.com Mahalo!
HF Solar Index:
The fundraising committee has available, assemble kits for purchase, enabling you to construct an end fed 6-40 or a 20 meter matchbox antenna kit and a nifty antenna tripod. Great Gift ideas or build one yourself for the fun of ham radio. All profits support the EARC. For more information items offered click here to go to our projects page.
Online Membership Application
The online application form is down at this time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a form. You can use it to become a member, renew a previous membership, or provide updated information such as an address change.
As of 20 March 2013
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING UPDATE NOTES:
HMB, 146.980 Repeater is no longer under the control of the EARC. This repeater was put back on the air under the callsign KH6OCD. Please direct any questions/suggestion to the trustee of KH6OCD. Mahalo!
As you can see there are a lot of changes coming forth with what was our repeater systems. Be watching for the exciting changes to the clubs repeaters coming in the near future. We have a lot of work to do as a club to help make this happen and your board is working on the details now.
- Diamond Head...VHF 146.880- at 7:00 pm nightly. Backup will be on 146.80 repeater if 6.88 goes offair - this repeater will be moved soon
- Diamond Head...UHF 444.500+ This repeater will be moved soon
- HMB...448.70- We no longer control this repeater
- Laie...146.640- PL 103.5
- Mauna Kapu...VHF 146.800-
- Mauna Kapu...UHF 444.100+
- Mt. Olomana...146.660- This repeater will be shut down soon
- Mt. Olomana...449.150- This repeater will be shut down soon
- Salt Lake (KH6IB)...147.100+ PL 103.5 ENC/DEC w/echolink
- Tantalus..444.700 + pl 100.0