REPEATER PLAN

  Maui Repeater Frequencies\

Everything on this map is on the air right now except Puu Nana, Puu Kelia and the Crater repeater.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The Haleaka Repeater on 147.02 is now KH6HPZ/R. This repeater was designated KH6H/R.  KH6HPZ is the Hawaii State RACES Assn - State Civil Defense. KH6H is still the control operator.

This  RACES repeater  requires a sub-audible tone of 103.5 for access 
(effective May 13,2012). You must program the 103.5 Hz tone on your transmit frequency (147.62)

 

SIMPLEX PLAN

Maui County Simplex Frequencies

Channel

Frequency

Notes

Area

 

2 Meter Band

 

 

 

146.42 MHz

 

Open

 

147.46 MHz

 

Open

F1 W

146.44 MHz

Lahaina District

West Maui

F1A W

147.44 MHz

Lahaina District

West Maui

F2 Call

146.52 MHz

Calling Frequency

National

F3 E

146.54 MHz

Paia to Hana District

East Maui

F3A E

147.54 MHz

Paia to Hana District

East Maui

F4 Upc

146.56 MHz

See below

Upcountry Maui

F4A Upc

147.56 MHz

See below

Upcountry Maui

F5 S

146.58 MHz

Kihei - Wailea

South Maui

F5A S

147.58 MHz

Kihei - Wailea

South Maui

F6 C

146.60 MHz

Wailuku District

Central Maui

F6A C

147.60 MHz

Wailuku District

Central Maui

F7 RC

147.42 MHz

American Red Cross

National

F8 EOC

147.52 MHz

Maui EOC Traffic

Central Maui

F9 LNY

147.48 MHz

 

Lanai

F10 MKK

147.50 MHz

 

Moloka‘i

 

1.25 M Band

 

 

 

222.35 MHz

Calling Frequency

Optional

 

70 cm Band

 

 

 

446.000 MHz

Calling Frequency

Optional

Simplex frequencies are used when repeater(s) are not operational or as a supplement to repeater communications when stations are in close proximity to each other, making repeater use unnecessary.  All frequencies are shared when not needed for organized Amateur Radio Activities.
Two frequencies – 1 MHz apart, are allocated for each district. The islands of Lanai and Moloka‘i have one frequency each in the 147 MHz band but can use other allocated frequencies on a non-interfering basis. Frequencies are suggested only and local net control stations and individual operators are encouraged to use the open and optional frequencies as needed to minimize interference and maximize efficiency.
CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Upcountry Branch includes the communities of Pukalani, Kula, Makawao, Hali‘imaile, Haiku and Paia.  The East Maui frequency allocation includes Paia as simplex communications to and from the Upcountry area may be difficult.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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