All Hawaii radio amateurs are urged to join the Hawaii Mainland Allstar Network on Sunday, 09 May 2021, 1600 HST.
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Content supplied by Dave Pacheco (AH6OD).
Accessed on 09 May 2021, 0351 UTC, Post 2029.
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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.
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.
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
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
Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Officer
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section