HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii (Read 2536 times)

macsak

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #40 on: February 25, 2021, 05:47:52 AM »
Scheduling the exam a week before the end of the course isn't so strange when you see it's really the next to last day of class.  This is a guess, but it seems like a reasonable assumption.

Classes are held weekly.  The exams are scheduled the next to last week.  The final class day would be more for distributing certificates, filling out and signing forms for license applications, etc.  I'm imagining how Front Sight was.  Last day was filling out CCW applications for various states, staff certifying and signing them, providing guidance on next steps, etc.  Unlikely to be a day of instruction.

If I'm wrong, I'm wrong.  Just makes sense as all listed classes have the same timeline pattern.

 :geekdanc: :thumbsup:

huh?
Classes meet Mondays – September 20 thru November 1, 2021,
6:00pm to 8:00pm HST (GMT -10), via Zoom Meetings
Course is free; Examination will be August 16, 2021 (exam is $15.00)

you want to recall your statement?

aletheuo137

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #41 on: February 25, 2021, 07:43:38 AM »
If you are interested in finding out additional information or to reserve a spot, please contact Steve Kawamae (KH6WG) directly at skawamae@gmail.com.

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aletheuo137

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #42 on: February 25, 2021, 07:44:33 AM »
huh?
Classes meet Mondays – September 20 thru November 1, 2021,
6:00pm to 8:00pm HST (GMT -10), via Zoom Meetings
Course is free; Examination will be August 16, 2021 (exam is $15.00)

you want to recall your statement?
Phone is giving me problems, posted contact info instead. Sorry about that.

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robtmc

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #43 on: February 25, 2021, 10:04:34 AM »
the classes are after the test?
Verdict first, trial later.

>could not resist<

Flapp_Jackson

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #44 on: February 25, 2021, 12:02:12 PM »
huh?
Classes meet Mondays – September 20 thru November 1, 2021,
6:00pm to 8:00pm HST (GMT -10), via Zoom Meetings
Course is free; Examination will be August 16, 2021 (exam is $15.00)

you want to recall your statement?

I feel I put enough qualifiers in my statement that it can stand on it's own regardless of accuracy! 
Surely Not Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting.

Rocky

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #45 on: March 22, 2021, 07:48:51 AM »
FYI

"Aloha All,

Please join us Sunday afternoon for our weekly communications net at 4:00PM (HST) Hawaii Standard time on the Hawaiian Mainland Allstarlink Network.

All radio amateurs are invited. This network has a big footprint, and good ears with multiple remote Allstar simplex and repeater nodes, so hams on every island and

on the Mainland should be able to check in.

Weekly Newsline Broadcast Sunday 21 March 2021 at 1530 Hawaii Standard Time (22/0130 UTC)

********************************************************************************************************************************
Weekly Hawaii/Mainland Allstarlink Net starts Sunday at 1600 Hawaii Standard Time (22/0200 UTC)
Net Control: Gescio Alpuro (WH6AV)

**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

Hilo LDS Stake Emergency Response Net Monday Night 22 March at 2030 Hawaii Standard Time (23/0630 UTC)
Net Control: TBD

Net Control will take check-ins from Hilo Stake first followed by others on the Allstarlink network to include other Stakes in

the Hawaiian Islands and mainland stations. This net is open to anyone who wants to participate.  He'll be operating from Kurtistown, Big Island

using Stake VHF repeater.  Please observe a two second delay on key up time between each transmission.

*****************************************************************************************************************************************************
All activities can be heard on the following links:

Allstar - Hawaii/Mainland Allstarlink Network via RF simplex and repeaters throughout the Hawaiian Islands and nodes in the Mainland.  Here is

a link to view the RF frequencies depending upon where you reside:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yzLw8DZxYvQRL4lJKmA-KGpMn3aH4Ch_&usp=sharing

Echolink - WH6AV-L

                  KH6IN-L
                  NH6HI-L   

A New VHF Repeater was activated and fully operational in Honokaa (Hamakua District) of Hawaii Island.  Frequency is 146.780 (-) PL 100


For those not licensed yet, you can listen to the net on the following website.   https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/27598 

If anyone needs help, please let me know.  Glad to be of assistance

73 and aloha

Dave - AH6OD" 
“I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made.”
                                                           Franklin D. Roosevelt

Rocky

Re: HAM Radio Frequencies in Hawaii
« Reply #46 on: April 04, 2021, 02:45:33 PM »
FYI

Aloha All,

Please join us Sunday afternoon for our weekly communications net at 4:00PM (HST) Hawaii Standard time on the Hawaiian Mainland Allstarlink Network.

All radio amateurs are invited. This network has a big footprint, and good ears with multiple remote Allstar simplex and repeater nodes, so hams on every island and

on the Mainland should be able to check in.


Weekly Newsline Broadcast Sunday 04 April 2021 at 1530 Hawaii Standard Time (05/0130 UTC)

********************************************************************************************************************************
Weekly Hawaii/Mainland Allstarlink Net starts Sunday at 1600 Hawaii Standard Time (05/0200 UTC)
Net Control: Jim (NH6HI) - Kalaheo, Kauai

**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

Hilo LDS Stake Emergency Response Net Monday Night 05 April at 2030 Hawaii Standard Time (06/0630 UTC)
Net Control: TBD

Net Control will take check-ins from Hilo Stake first followed by others on the Allstarlink network to include other Stakes in

the Hawaiian Islands and mainland stations. This net is open to anyone who wants to participate.  He'll be operating from Kurtistown, Big Island

using Stake VHF repeater.  Please observe a two second delay on key up time between each transmission.

*****************************************************************************************************************************************************
All activities can be heard on the following links:

Allstar - Hawaii/Mainland Allstarlink Network via RF simplex and repeaters throughout the Hawaiian Islands and nodes in the Mainland.  Here is

a link to view the RF frequencies depending upon where you reside:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yzLw8DZxYvQRL4lJKmA-KGpMn3aH4Ch_&usp=sharing

Echolink - WH6AV-L

                  KH6IN-L
                  NH6HI-L   

A New VHF Repeater was activated and fully operational in Honokaa (Hamakua District) of Hawaii Island.  Frequency is 146.780 (-) PL 100


For those not licensed yet, you can listen to the net on the following website.   https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/27598 

If anyone needs help, please let me know.  Glad to be of assistance

--
73 and aloha

Dave - AH6OD
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