Hawaii Island Repeater Information:

Big Island Repeater System: http://www.hamradiohawaii.com/Big-Island

Maui Repeater System: http://www.hamradiohawaii.com/maui

Kauai Repeater System: http://kauaiamateurradioclub.org/repeaters.html

Kauai Repeater System: http://www.hamradiohawaii.com/kauai

Oahu Repeater Systemhttp://www.hamradiohawaii.com/oahu

Maps of Oahu, Big Island and Maui are on the left side of this page. 


Official Hawaii Coordinated Repeaters 

(Once this page opens, look at the bottom of that page and click on a link.)

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.


Mauna Kea 

(13000 Ft Mountain in Hawaii) 
146,720+ operated by the VOAD, Volunteer Organization Active in Disasters.

444.350 (+)    

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The Insomniac Net

It is on 444.725+ with a PL Tone of 123. There is a nightly net at 8 PM Hawaii Local Time. They call the net the "Insomniac Trivia Net.  http://www.thedeanfamily.com/WinSystem/InsomniacNet.htm

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

Win System website http://www.winsystem.org/
 

WINLINK

Hawaii RMS frequency is 7104.00. 
http://www.winlink.org//

Hawaii Winlink packet radio with its local RMS frequency of 7104.000 KHz and web link of http://www.winlink.org/.

HF Frequencies

  • 40 Meters: 7.188.00 LSB, Changed to 7088.00 LSB as of 10 April 2020, Hawaii Aloha Net (0900 Local) This net's purpose is to provide signal checks, radio talk and brief general conversation as appropriate.
  • 40 Meters: 7.290.00 LSB, State Emergency Frequency
  • 20 Meters: 14.268.00 USB, Ohana Net (Family Net), Open to all and Informal. 7 days a week at 1800 Z, 0800 W (Local)
  • 80 Meters: 3.993.5 LSB, State Emergency Frequency
  • 11.282.00 USB is the FAA Air Traffic Frequency between Honolulu and California. Use this in an emergency only if out at sea and cannot contact the USCG on any other frequency. The Airline will usually relay for you.


Other Frequencies

  • 14.340.00 USB, Hawaii Huricane Net
  • 14.300.00 USB, Pacific Seafarers Net at 0300 Zulu
  • Weather Frequency: 162.550.00 FM
  • Universal Coordinated Time Frequency: 5.000.00 AM

IRLP and EchoLink

The open IRLP repeaters and radios are:

  • Node: 3080, Freq 443.425+, PL=114.8, Located in Honolulu, Callsign KH6FV
  • Node: 3112, Freq 446.250, Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, Callsign KH6DQ
  • Node: 3196, Freq 445.500, Located in Mililani, Callsign KH6DAD
  • Node: 3197, Freq 444.375+, PL=114.8, Located Waimanalo on Oahu, Callsign KH6FV
  • Node: 3217, Freq 443.550+, PL 114.8, Located at Pearl Harbor Area, Callsign KH6FV
  • Node: 3220, Freq 444.350+, PL=103.5, Located on Diamond Head, Callsign AH6CP
  • Node: 3668, Freq 146.760-, Located in Peacock Flats on the North Shore of Oahu, Callsign KH6FV
  • Node: 3720, Freq 444.850+ PL=114.8, Located in Waikiki, Callsign KH6FV
  • Node: 3725, Freq 445.550, PL=114.8, Located on the Big Island, Hilo, Hawaii, Callsign KH6FV-9
  • Node: 3730, Freq 147.550, PL=114.8, Located on the Island of Lihue, Callsign NH6HF
  • Node: 7020, Freq 442.100, PL=136.5, Located on Mt. Haleakala, Maui, Callsign KH6RS
  • Node: 8281, Freq 144.440, PL=100.0, Located at Volcano on the Big Island, Hawaii, Callsign WH7BR
  • Node: 8937, Freq 444.725, PL=123.0, Located on the Big Island, Hilo, Hawaii, Callsign WH6FM (Connected to the WIN System)* 
*open repeater which covers the Hilo area. The repeater is normally tied into the Western Intertie Network on 9100 but anyone can redirect to another node and reflector as required. The repeater will automatically home back to 9100 after idle for 15 minutes.
  • Node: 3672, Freq 146.910 147.550, Located on Guam

Echolink radios are:
  • Node 25070, Freq 145.470-, Located in Salt Lake on Oahu, Callsign: KH6IB-L 
  • Node 45661, Freq 147.140, Located in Hilo on the Big Island, Callsign: AH6JA-L


Scanner Frequencies

  • Oahu EMS Dispatch: 453.925
  • Oahu Ambulance to Hospital: 453.700
  • Honolulu Airport Information: 119.675
  • Honolulu Airport Weather: 119.800
  • Honolulu Airport Ground Control: 118.100
  • Honolulu Airport Air Tower Control: 118.300
  • 121.900 AM
  • Honolulu Airport Weather and Information: 127.900 AM
  • 154.425
  • 154.710

Simplex National Frequency

146.520

Hawaii Civil Defense Simplex Frequencies

Map of Districts:

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 Windward: 146.490

District VI: 146.535: Covers Kapolei / Ewa Beach / Aiea Area from the Campbell Industrial 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.


APRS Frequency: 144.390, Digital

Emergency Communications Frequencies

Wilderness Protocol Nets

Band Mode MHz
2 Meter FM 146.520
6 Meter FM 52.525
222 Band FM 223.500
440 Band FM 446.000
23 Centimeters FM 1294.500

Amateur Radio Wilderness Protocol Monitoring Times

24 Hr AM / PM
0100 - 0105 1:00am - 1:05am
0400 - 0405 4:00am - 4:05am
0700 - 0705 7:00am - 7:05am
1000 - 1005 10:00am - 10:05am
1300 - 1305 1:00pm - 1:05pm
1600 - 1605 4:00pm - 4:05pm
1900 - 1905 7:00pm - 7:05pm
2200 - 2205 10:00pm - 10:05pm

DMR Nets: