Kaua'i Island and the planet for over 0.32 x 101
We meet on the first Monday of the month at the KIUC Conference Room, 4463 Pahe'e Street, in Lihu'e. Get a map
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Congratulations to the following who took their license exams on February 1:
Mark D.M. Cook WH6EIN Upgrade to Extra Class
Thomas B. Abbott WH6DXI Upgrade to General Class
Kathleen R. Cram WH6EJQ Technician Class
Mt. Makaleha...part of the wettest spot on Earth
|Membership List &
Next License Study Session and Exam Sat. May 3rd
|Net Control Station (NCS) Duty Rosters
for the Thursday Evening
EmCom Net, Monday
Evening 2M Net, and Siren
Net. The EmCom Net happens on the 2M repeater system
at 1900 hrs every Thursday evening; it is a directed net,
all hams are welcome, all EmCom personnel are strongly
encouraged to participate. The Monday Night Net is at 2000
hrs on 2M, except for the first Monday of the month
when we meet F2F at KIUC. It is a directed, but informal,
net and visitors and new hams are welcome. The Siren Net
happens at 1130-1145 hrs on the first working day of each
month, and is in conjunction with the monthly Civil Defense
Tsunami Siren Test procedure. This is a directed net from
the EOC, and amateurs can obtain the siren location
list by an attachment to the monthly QRV (see
QRV archives) in order to participate. Instructions
are in the QRV.
Saturday Breakfast - We get together
for breakfast on Saturday mornings at The Feral Pig in Harbor Mall. It's an informal event; all are welcome. We start getting there at 0730 hrs when the restaurant opens.
Message From The Kauai Amateur Radio Club President
Aloha! I want to welcome you to beautiful Kauai, and the Kauai Amateur Radio Club Web Page. We are a lively group of amateur radio operators who have a common interest in all aspects of amateur radio operation. Our web page lists many of the activities in which we're currently involved, and interesting historical information demonstrating the critical services we provide when disaster strikes. All interested visitors are invited to attend our monthly club meetings and other functions. The time and place is listed on this web site. Licensed hams are also encouraged to participate in our regular Monday Night Net, each Monday evening at 8:00 p.m. on 146.92 MHz, or its linked repeaters, 147.080 MHz or 146.70 MHz. The Club also participates in the Saturday Morning Breakfast gathering. We eagerly invite any visitors to join us to “Talk Story”. Spouses and families are also welcome. The Kauai ARC offers license-testing sessions each quarter. If you are interested in obtaining an FCC Amateur Radio License, contact John Montalbano at KH6JMM@HAWAII.RR.COM and we will provide you with the latest information on where and when the next testing session will be. Again, Aloha and welcome to Kauai. Visiting hams, please give us a call on our repeaters and let us enjoy a QSO while you visit our island. We enjoy helping our visitors to enjoy our beautiful island.
John M. Montalbano
|Our website is
presently under reconstruction...please be patient!