Kaua‘i Amateur Radio Club Nets
Kauai Amateur Radio Club Monday Night Net
Mondays, 8:00 PM, 146.92 MHz Repeater with links to 146.70 MHz, 147.10 MHz and 147.16 MHz repeaters.
The longstanding Kauai Amateur Radio Club’s Monday Night Net meets on the club repeater (KH6E) at 146.92 MHz and linked repeaters. This weekly net is an excellent way to check if those tweaks you made to your antenna or radio are working correctly. Everyone is welcome.
Monday Night Simplex Net
Mondays, 7:30 PM, 146.520 MHz Simplex
Every Monday night at 7:30 PM, we meet on 146.520 MHz Simplex for a Simplex Net. All hams are invited to join us. We use simplex 146.520 MHz to keep in practice with simplex mode of operation should our island repeaters stop operating. Contacts have been made as far as between the islands using simplex. You can participate in this Net and keep Simplex alive.
Thursdays, 7:00 PM, 146.92 MHz Repeater
Join us for the new EmComm Net this Thursday, and every Thursday thereafter at 7:00 PM on the KH6E Repeater frequency on 146.92 MHz. This net is designed for the new amateur radio operator but anyone is welcome to check in as well. Nets, or Networks, are crucial to effective communications in event of an emergency. Here is your chance to practice speaking over the air and learn more about emergency message handling and procedures. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions.
EmComm (Emergency Communication) Net
Thursday, April 9, 2009, marked the first EmComm Net for the Kauai Amateur Radio Club. This inaugural event was punctuated by the participation of ten brave souls who checked in to the net and are now its charter members.
The EmComm Net is a means for new hams to develop their emergency communication skills. Net proficiency is crucial for emergency communication operators as it is the foundation on which effective communication happens in an event.
The EmComm Net meets every Thursday, at 7:00 PM, on the club repeater at 146.92 MHz. with relays from the 146.70 MHz repeater.
EmComm Net Charter Members
Tad Miura, NH7YS, Net Control Station (NCS)
Annette Anderson, WH7HQ
David Bown, WH7SI
John Gordon, NH7YQ
Mike Kano, WH6QI
Caroline Miura, NH7ZS
John Pfendler, WH7SP
Robert Robertson, NH7UP
Catherine Stovall, WH7ST
Robert Anderson, KH6AS, Relay Station