Important Frequencies in Puna Hawaii
Ssection Emergency Frequencies
|145.450 (-) 100Hz pl
PERC V1 Repeater
Net, Training, Nat. Call Freq
If Repeaters are down
Point - Point, Training,
Digital Modes, etc.
PERC U1 Repeater comming soon!
|443.600 (+) 100Hz PL
PERC U2 Repeater
Mountain View location, on air soon!
PERC U3 Repeater
Portable, in test now in HPP, open - please use!
Local and short range
Monitor 146.520 as well as FRS Channel 1 462.5625 (narrow) simplex frequencies from the top to 5 minutes past each hour.
Other local HAM frequencies
BIWARN / Kulani
|146.880 -||146.820 -||442.150 +|
Independant, near Kulani, open
Non HAM frequencies to monitor
CH 16 = Emergency
|Other radio service frequencies|
* = Narrow Band!US VHF Coast Guard Channels
Simplex Coverage PERC performs simplex nets and equipment tests regularly, one purpose is to learn which other members and guests we can reach without a repeater. This way we know who we can talk to if we ever need to without a repeater. To that purpose, we took the location of our core membership (active members as of September 1, 2013) and did a combine plot of coverage. A 5 watt handheld with a good antenna (perhaps more than the rubber duck included) should be able to reach ONE or more PERC members in the green area shown on this plot using only simplex on a 2 meter FM radio.Click image for full-size file in new window.
PERC's first VHF repeater (hence the V1 suffix). 145.450MHz, negative offset, 100 Hz PL (input and output).Click image for full-size file in new window.