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 IRLP, D-Star, 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, September 16, 2014

Location: Fleet Reserve Association Branch 46, 891 Valkenburgh St, Honolulu, HI 96818

TOPIC: TBA

Pot Luck, Please contact Gloria kh6glo if you're going to bring something to share. Thanks. See you at the meeting.


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END FED MATCHBOX ANTENNAS

Check out our projects page for our simple matchbox antenna for 6 to 40 meters, 20 meters and 40 meters.


Announcements:

Hawaii QSO Party this weekend August 22 - 24

It's time again for the QSO party and once again this year Randy KH6IB has opened up his house and station for us to use. Old timers and New folks come on down and have a great time. Doesn't matter what class of license you have, you can operate under the club call.

Location: 3402 Ala Hinalo Place (Salt Lake), Talk in 147.100 repeater

Repeater Status:

Scroll down to the end of the page for repeater status and updates.

Remote HF Link

Remote Ham Radio

As seen at the Meeting July 15th

ARRL FIELD DAY JUNE 28-29, 2014

Field Day 2014 was a great success, Thank you so much to all the folks who came out and supported the event. The joint event with KARC earned 1350 plus contacts and a great time for all.

Field Day Page

A BIG MAHALO to Greenpath Technologies, a local solar company, who will be providing power for our field day operations.

Mini Field Day

Our Mini Field Day will be on September 20, Saturday at the Maunalua Bay(Hawaii Kai) Boat Ramp, More details to follow.

EARC Swap Meet

The EARC Swap Meet is set for October 18th Saturday from 1200 pm to 5:00 pm at the FRA, More Details to Follow.

Recently was published as a tentative date of September 14 Saturday. This is an error.

Testing

The EARC will resume testing for Amateur Radio Licensing Starting July 15th at the club meetings. Those wishing to test, please contact Wayne kh6mei to confirm. Testing will Start at 1830. We will also look into providing a Saturday or Sunday date in the future. Special testing sessions my be set up by inquiring with kh6mei ahead of time and provided enough VE's can be available on the dates requested.

Hawaii QSO Party

The Hawaii QSO party is from 04:00 UTC Aug 23 to 04:00 UTC Aug 25, 2014. Stay Tuned for more info

Membership Dues

Membership expire at the end of December 2013. Dues can be paid through Paypal or through our club P.O. address (no cash please), or in person at our general membership meeting

Links from show and tell night

Dennis KH7MU Super Antenna

Randy KH6IB Moxon Antenna

Check out the latest Wireless Dispath Newsletter

Wireless Dispatch Newsletter

Community Events

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor will hold a series of upcoming events for the rest of this year, including an airshow, museum day, hangar talk and open cockpit day. * The museum will hold the “Biggest Little Airshow in Hawaii” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug. 16 and 17. This year is the museum’s sixth remote-control airshow. Visitors will be able to drive on to Ford Island or take the free shuttle from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and experience remote control 1/5th scale warbirds, jets and helicopters performing aerial combat, stunts, aerobatics and delivering candy for the children.

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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.

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If you have any questions or need assistance please contact me at kh6mei@earchi.org. Mahalo.

Club Net Schedule

EARC NET AT 1930,  Monday thru Saturday 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.

OTHER NETS:

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

For other nets including FLdigi Nets, please go to the Net tab under Repeater Info

RECENT UPGRADES

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

2014 Upgrades:

NH7DE - ROBERT - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

NH7ZD - STEPHEN - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

WH6ECI - JACKSON - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

WH6EEQ - BERNARD - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

DANNY - WH6EKU - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

ELSIE - WH7BB - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN JUNE

CLAUDETTE - KH6CHW - UPGRADED TO EXTRA IN MARCH

KALEO - KH6KC - UPGRADED TO GENERAL IN MARCH

Callsign Changes:

KALEO - FROM WH6EGS TO KH6KC

CLAUDETTE - FROM WH6EGR TO KH6CHW

PETER - FROM WH6EAU TO WH6EDK

If you know of someone who has recently upgraded or recently licensed and would like to recognize them here, please email Steve at nh7zd@earchi.org Mahalo!

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Other Information



Repeater Status:

As of 28 December 2013

EARC Repeaters

  • Diamond Head...VHF 146.880-
  • Diamond Head...UHF 444.500+
  • Laie...146.640- PL 103.5
  • Mauna Kapu...VHF 146.800-
  • Mauna Kapu...UHF 444.100+
  • Mt. Olomana...146.660-
  • Mt. Olomana...449.150-

Other repeaters

  • Salt Lake (KH6IB)...147.100+ PL 110.9 ENC/DEC w/echolink
  • Tantalus..444.700 + pl 100.0

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