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Aircraft Frequencies (World Wide HF and VHF/UHF Aircraft Communications Listening)
Hawaii Scanner Frequencies (Click on a island)
Honolulu Police and Fire are currently on a Enhanced Digital Access Communication System (EDACS) Digital ProVoice system and a scanner currently can not recieve this type of communications. Honolulu will be transitioning to a Project 25. The standard is being mandated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for first responders nationwide. Still, it will take up to three years to completely change out the system here in Honolulu. See Link for more information.
(13000 Ft Mountain in Hawaii)
146,720+ operated by the VOAD, Volunteer Organization Active in Disasters.
The website: "Our net begins at 11:00pm Pacific time on the Win System reflector 9100 which is the hub for 78 linked repeaters covering 14 states and 2 other countries. The net usually lasts 1 hour.
Win System website http://www.winsystem.org/
Hawaii Winlink packet radio with its local RMS frequency of 7104.000 KHz and web link of http://www.winlink.org/.
1. Main EARC Hawaii Frequency: 146.880 -Offset
Note 1: The WH6CZB repeater operating on 146.280/146.880 MHz is located at about the 550-foot elevation of the northeast flank atop Diamond Head Crater. This is the clubs flagship repeater, as it serves all of Honolulu, including parts of Leeward, Central, Windward Oahu and the western half of Molokai. Many transient and local hams use this repeater for general communications. Also, this is the primary public service event repeater for most events in Waikiki and the Honolulu Marathon. This repeater simulcasts on UHF, on 444.500+ MHz.(The simulcast was disabled during the move in April 2016. (The repeater is on 146.880 and linked to 146.800 & 146.980-) During periods of maintenance, the repeater will remain active without the courtesy tone or hang-time. There is a nightly net at 1930 (7:30 PM) and all Hams are welcome to check in. There is an input PL of 88.5 to access the machine and it’s not currently transmitting a pl so you would have to use repeater input tone only.
Note 2: The WH6CZB repeater operating on 146.200/146.800 MHz is located 2,000 feet atop the Waianae mountain range at a site called Mauna Kapu (translated into English from Hawaiian: "Forbidden Mountain"). While this repeater serves the entire Leeward Coast, Ewa, Kapolei, and Waipahu areas, it covers an area all the way east to Kaimuki. When propagation on 2 meters is booming, amateur stations along the Kona Coast of the Big Island can reach the repeater. This repeater simulcasts on UHF, on 444.100+ MHz. This repeater is linked to 146.880 as of April 2016.
The Maunakapu repeaters have been replaced and are currently up and operating. IP connectivity has been added along with a new allstar controller to allow for VOIP linking. There is no pl on the input, there is a pl on the output for those that may want to put it in, it is 151.4. But a PL is not needed to access the repeaters. The new input PL for both VHF and UHF repeater is 88.5 input and output, the repeater will also accept PL inputs on 103.5/123.0/151.4, however it only transmits the 88.5 PL. (The repeater is on 146.800 and linked to 146.880 & 146.980-)
Note 3: The WH6CZB repeater operating on 146.040/146.640 MHz is the primary two meter repeater serving the Laie and Kahuku area of Oahu. It is linked to the 146.760- MHz repeater located at Peacock Flats, near Oahu's North Shore. These two repeaters, when linked properly, provides excellent coverage all along Oahu's North Shore. (This repeaters requires a 103.5 PL)
5.146.660- Repeater: (Olomana Repeater)
Note 5: The WH6CZB repeater operating on 146.060/146.660 MHz is the primary two meter repeater serving the Waimanalo, Kailua, and Kaneohe areas of Oahu. This repeater simulcasts on UHF, on 449.150- MHz. On April 1, 2003, this repeater became the temporary home of IRLP Node 3197. As of 15 April 2016 the Olomana Repeater 146.660 - is now connected to the network. The repeater PL has Changed to 88.5 TX/RX however it will still accept the old pl of 103.5 input for now to allow folk to reprogram their radios etc. the repeater only transmits pl 88.5.
6. 147.100+ Repeater PL 110.9:
Note 6: This repeater is linked to Echolink for about 14 hours each day. Located in Salt Lake in the Middle of Oahu, it provides excellent coverage from Kapolei on the West side to Koko Head on the East Side of Oahu. The Node number on Echolink for this repeater is 25070. This repeater is also linked with the ALLStar Network around the world.
7. 146.980 (-) Repeater. PL Tone s 88.5. This one is on top of the Honolulu State Civil Defense Building Downtown Honolulu. (The repeater is on 146.980 and linked to 146.800 & 146.880-)
8. 146.600 (-) Repeater. This one is in Ewa Beach. Receive on 146.600 and transmit on 146.000.
9. APRS Frequency: 144.390, Digital
The open IRLP repeaters and radios are:
Echolink radios are:
Hawaii Linked Island Net: Every Monday at 1900W (7:00 Local)
District I West: 146.550
District I East: 146.565
District II North: 146.475
District II South: 146.460
District III: 146. 445
District IV: 146. 505
District V: 146.490
District VI: 146.535: Covers Kapolei / Ewa Beach / Aiea Area from the Campbell Industrusial Park Area East towards Ewa Beach Fort Weaver Road to just past the Pearl Harbor / Hickam Air Force Base Area and North to H1 and South to the ocean.
Wilderness Protocol Nets