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* Linked to other repeaters covering the Big Island and Maui.
** Linked to the WIN system, 71 repeaters in the US, Australia, Canada and Japan.
*** Linked to the XO network, Hawai'i statewide. Contact WH6FM for info.
In the Hilo area, listen mainly on 146.76. In Kona, listen mainly on 147.16. In Kohala and around Honoka'a, 146.94 on Maui may give better results.
The repeater committee advises that their intention is to have 100 Hz tone access activated on all big island 2 meter repeaters in the future. The 2 meter repeaters are intended to be the main access points to the system; the UHF repeaters act mainly as links. However, there are locations on the big island where access can only be obtained at UHF.
When talking over a link, remember to allow extra time for the link to be established at the beginning of each transmission.
Rick Ching KH7O, the Hawaii Frequency Coordinator maintains a Full list of Hawaii Repeaters.
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