Maunakea VOAD Repeater Test update

Here’s the latest information about Saturday’s test of the Maunakea VOAD Repeater.

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Content supplied by Kevin Bogan (AH6QO), Chair, Hawaii VOAD Comms Committee.

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1. Reminder: Maunakea 146.72- MHz (PL100.0) repeater, WH6FIU, monthly test set for Saturday, 8/1/2020 1200-1300 HST.

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1a. Reminder: Maunakea 146.72- MHz (PL100.0) repeater, WH6FIU, monthly test set for Saturday, 8/1/2020 1200-1300 HST.
From: Kevin Bogan <kevin.bogan@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2020 12:56:18 PDT

To: HiCoARES, Big Island, KHRC, MKSS, OMKM, DECs, BIARC, BigIslandRADIO,
40meter.net, bigislandarrlnews, others

We continue to need to ensure the MK repeater is operational.

*The repeater will be turned back on at noon for the one hour test,
Saturday August 1, 2020*, then turned off again. It needs to be tested on a
monthly basis (1st Saturday) to insure that it is operational.

Please check in on the Hawaii State VOAD repeater, 146.72- MHz (PL 100.0
Hz) Maunakea, Saturday, August 1, 2020  1200-1300 HST.

*When checking in please give your callsign spelled phonetically. After the
check ins are taken, we will take power, antenna length and antenna
elevation above MSL.*

This is an emcomm repeater, so please use best practices as given by the
NCS when operating on the repeater.

This repeater serves the member agencies (e.g., Hawaii Island VOAD,
American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention,
Team Rubicon, ARES and more <https://hivoad.communityos.org/cms/membership>)
and their partners (e.g., HI-EMA, HCCDA, MEMA, etc.)

Please give this notice the widest dissemination.

Stay Healthy. Stay Safe.

Thanks,

Kevin, AH6QO
Chair, Hawaii VOAD Comms Committee
ASM Hawaii State VOAD ARRL/ARES Liaison
Skywarn HAM Radio Coordinator for Hawaii

Website: http://www.protopage.com/ah6qodashboard
Skywarn info: http://www.protopage.com/ah6qodashboard#Skywarn
Cell: 808.778.4697
Other: (720) 235-8172
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