Notices for all Hams in Hawaii!
Maui Amateur Radio Club (MARC)
will meet on the air via the VHF and UHF linked repeaters OR virtually via Zoom until further notice. Our regular meeting time is 7:00p on the second Wednesday of the month. More information is available on the club website KH6RS.com
Oahu - EARCHI meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month, starting at 7pm. Meetings are held on zoom.
The website is located here: http://www.earchi.org/
Contact Heather (AH7RF) if you have questions or to sign up for the Zoom Link.
BIARC Meetings are on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 2:00PM using Zoom. Contact William (NH6ET) for more information or to sign up for the Zoom Link.
Ham Radio HF Nets in Hawaii:
Aloha Net - Meets daily on 7.088* at 9:00 AM HST.
ARES Net on Wednesday night 18:30 ARES net is on 3.880.
Hawaii Afternoon Net - Meets daily on 7.088* at 4:00 PM HST
Statewide Healthcomm net meets the first Saturday of every month
	 @0900 HST. Contact Jack at tsujimur@hawaii.edu for notices.
Sunday Evening "Bandhopper Net" - Meets on Sunday Evening at 
8:00 PM on 7.088, 3.880, or 1.857 as conditions permit.

*Depending on conditions, these nets may open on 5.317.5 or 3.880.
Check the 40meter.net website for best NVIS propagation frequency.

Ham Radio VHF/UHF/DMR Nets in Hawaii:
A Hawaii DMR Net - Meets Saturdays at 7:00 PM HST on talk group 3115
Accessible repeaters are:
Kona 444.200 color code 1
Hilo 444.125 color code 1
Haleakala, Maui 442.850 color code 1
Mauna Kapu, Oahu, on 444.100 +, color code 4
Kakaako, Oahu, 444.500 color code 5
Kalaheo, Kauai, 442.225 color code 1

Hawaii-Mainland Allstar Net - Meets every Sunday at 4PM HST.
Preceded by the Amateur Radio Newsline, starting at 3:30 HST.
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