Hawaii Allstar Nets


Here are  the latest Hawaii-Mainland Allstar Net activities for this week.

Views expressed in this Amateur Radio News update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 09 April 2023, 1321 UTC.

Content provided by Dave Pacheco (AH6OD).

Source: (Hawaii Allstar Nets).

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Aloha All,

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. Prior to the net, we’ll be re-transmitting Amateur Radio Newsline weekly broadcast.

Weekly Newsline Broadcast Sunday 09 April at 3:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (0130 Zulu Monday)


Weekly Hawaii/Mainland Allstar Net starts Sunday at 4pm Hawaii Standard Time (0200 Zulu Monday)


Net Control: Wayne G. (KH6IN) Mililani, Oahu

Net Logger: Open



East Hawaii Training Radio Net Sunday Night at 6:45pm Hawaii Standard Time (Hawaii Island Only) – Every 2nd Sunday


Net Control: John H. (WH6FSI) Laupahoehoe, Hawaii

At 6:45pm, there will be a two-part net, the first part will be on the Allstar repeater network, and the second part will be on simplex frequency of 146.460 with no PL. Net Control will take check-ins from East Hawaii Group first followed by others on Hawaii Island only. This net is open to anyone who wants to participate.    Please observe a two second delay on key up time between each transmission.  At 7PM, check in again on the simplex frequency of 146.460.


Hilo LDS Emergency Response Net Monday Night 10 April at (8:30pm) Hawaii Standard Time (0630 Zulu Tuesday)

Net Control: Alex E. (AH6KZ) – Keaau, Hawaii

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 Keaau, Big Island using WH6DVI VHF repeater in Ainaloa.  Please observe a two second delay on key up time between each transmission.


We have a new VHF repeater on the air in Hawaii Kai in East Honolulu – 145.270 (-) PL 103.5 (It has limited coverage).


We will be installing a new VHF repeater in Hawaiian Ocean View frequency is 147.300 (+) PL 103.5 – Activation Pending.


All activities except the East Hawaii Radio Training Net can be heard on the following links:


For those outside the Hawaiian Islands, you can reach the network using any one of the Allstar Nodes 28508, 42616 or 45530

Allstar – Hawaii/Mainland Allstarlink Network via RF simplex and repeaters throughout the Hawaiian Islands.  Here is a link to view the RF frequencies depending upon where you reside:

Brandmeister/DMR:  TG 31158 “Hawaii Allstar Net”
Echolink – KH6IN-L  or



For those not licensed yet, you can listen to the net on the following website.
If anyone needs help, please let any of the sysops know.  Glad to be of assistance.

73 and aloha

Hawaii Allstar Group

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Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

Public Information Officer

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section



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