EMERGENCY

Amateur Radio Club

...WH6CZB/KH6CE/WH6DLO | HONOLULU, HI | USA | GRID BL11...

Amateur and Ham and Emergency Radio Operations in Honolulu, Hawaii
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We are an ARRL affiliated club, committed to supporting the amateur radio hobby.We operate in Honolulu Hawaii and support all types of ham and amateur radio operations such as Allstar, IRLP, DMR, packet, and of course HF, VHF, and UHF.

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Welcome to EARC Hawaii...

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...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: Tuesday, July 16, 2019.

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TOPIC: TBA

This is a Pot Luck event. Please bring something to share with everyone. Thanks. See you at the meeting.


Welcome to WH6CZB/KH6CE EARC Website.............THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR FIELD DAY, IT WAS A GREAT TIME................Aloha!


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Field Day 2019 - by KH6IN

Field Day was this past weekend (June 22 to 23). The EARC and KARC got together as in past years at Kualoa Regional Park and had a great time. Each Club set up one transmitter each as KH6CE and KH6J with each having an amp 500 and 700 watts, while band conditions were not the best many new hams got to get on the air and made some contacts.

Despite the bands being low about 75 people came out Saturday and enjoyed eyeball QSO's showing some of their interesting projects and sharing radio fun. Stacy KH6OWL and another ham (who's name I did not get) came out, set up and demonstrated Satellite communications, there was also a ARRL testing session coordinated by Joe AH0A, 11 people showed up for testing which resulted in some new technicians and a few upgrades, Harold Buckle KH6HB from our local Oahu DEM came out and spent the day as well.

The two clubs provided drinks and food for lunch and for those camping over the two nights, Wayne KH6IN, Mei KH6MG, William KH6MEI and Steve KH6WG brought out a full kitchen and cooked up some great meals, of course eveyone was holding out for Steve's chow fun for dinner on Saturday, Steve says the secret is in the sauce LOL.

Heather WH6FTQ borrowed a telescope from her work place, the Univerity of Hawaii's Institute for Astronomy. She and Sidik WH6FUS brought it out Saturday night, the night was clear enough and treated us to some stargazing with the help of Steve KH6WG helping to align the scope and it was neat (yes, I'm going there) to see some interesting antennas for VHF UHF including something I haven't seen in years with Garret WH6GL using a set of tv rabbit ears as an antenna, nice to see the experimentation.

A big mahalo to everyone who came out for field day and especially those who came out for the setup and breakdown on Friday and Sunday as well as to those who stayed overnight. it was a great time for all!

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DMR Brandmeister info

The Club purchased two Motorola SLR5700 DMR repeaters and now the ARRL Section manager is giving DMR repeaters to other hams off island, contact him and maybe you can get one to for your area. The first of these two repeaters was installed on May 5th, 2018 at our Maunakapu site replacing the Analog UHF repeater there on 444.100.

Since turning it on there has been quite a bit of activity from users and we are happy to see it going so well. Click here to the repeaters section where you find a link describing the setup and talkgroups for this repeater.

There is plans to install second repeater on 444.500 in town, coming around the end of September.

Repeater Status:

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Membership Dues

Membership expires at the end of December 2017. Dues can be paid through Paypal or through our club P.O. address (no cash please), or in person at our general membership meeting

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Repeater Status:

As of 12/25/2018

EARC Repeaters

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  • Kakaako, UHF 444.500+
  • DMR Brandmeister Repeater (311550) CC5
  • Mauna Kapu...VHF 146.800 Minus
  • Allstar Node 1061, PL Output PL 88.5
  • Mauna Kapu...UHF 444.100 Plus
  • DMR Brandmeister Repeater (311549) CC4
  • WH6CZB-R, Echolink Connection.
  • Allstar Node 1064.
  • Mt. Olomana...146.660 Minus PL88.5
  • Allstar Node 1065
  • Mt. Olomana...444.150 Plus PL88.5
  • Allstar Node 1066
  • Laie...146.640 Minus PL 103.5
  • Will be on the air soon, may update to UHF

Repeaters Around Oahu:(under construction)

DEM REPEATERS:

  • Diamond Head...VHF 146.880 Minus PL 88.5
  • Diamond Head...Private Allstar Node.
  • FFMB (downtown)...146.98 Minus pl 88.5
  • Downtown Honolulu...Private Allstar Node
  • Puu Manawahua...146.86 Minus pl 88.5
  • Palehua, Above Makakilo...Private Allstar Node
  • Peacock Flats...146.76 Minus pl 88.5
  • North Shore...Private Allstar Node
  • Kahuku...146.90 Minus pl 88.5
  • North Shore...Private Allstar Node

HI-EMA REPEATERS:

  • Diamond Head...147.06 Plus pl 103.5
  • Private Allstar Node
  • Diamond Head...444.350 Plus pl 103.5
  • Private Allstar Node

Other Repeaters:

  • Salt Lake...147.10 Plus pl 123.0
  • Allstar Node 40944
  • Mililani...442.175 Plus pl 103.5
  • Allstar Node 40763
  • Mililani...442.300 CC 1
  • DMR Repeater
  • NH6XO UHF Repeater System
  • Visit nh6xo.net for info

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