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following information is courtesy of our repeater technical support
team, Jim Connell (KH6JKG), Chris Colquhoun (NH7QH) and Todd Kawamoto
12 December 2007 - The console at The Honolulu Department of Emergency Management is not working at this time.
10 December 2007 - The Diamond Head VHF repeater 146.880- is inoperable, repairs are in progress. The 444.500+ repeater remains operable.
12 January 2006 - The Diamond Head VHF repeater 146.880- is operating on an alternate antenna has reduced transmit and receive range. It is recommended that users utilize the UHF side on 444.500+. - NH7QH/KH6JKG
December 2005 - The Mauna Kapu VHF repeater 146.800- is down and being serviced. The Mauna Kapu UHF repeater is operating on very low transmit power. - NH7QH/KH6JKG
20 October 2005 - The Olomana VHF repeater 146.660- is back up. - KH7UK/NH7QH/KH6JKG
24 September 2005 - The Mauna Kapu VHF repeater 146.800- is down again due to noise getting through the squelch intermittently for several days. - KH7UK/NH7QH
02 September 2005 - The Mauna Kapu VHF repeater 146.800- is now operational. The Mauna Kapu UHF repeater 444.100+ is now operational, but on low power. - KH6JKG
18 August 2005 - The Olomana VHF repeater 146.660- was confirmed to be not working. - KH7UK
26 February 2004 - The Mauna Kapu VHF/UHF repeaters down due to continued interference. We will post more information as soon as it becomes available.
13 January 2004 - The Mauna Kapu UHF machine has been up for several weeks... we only changed the status box today. Also, the Laie 146.640- repeater is not linked to Peacock Flats at this time. Jim will head to the repeater site sometime this week to check on it.
10 December 2003 - The Mauna Kapu UHF 444.100+ repeater is currently down. We will be checking on the possible causes of interference that has been keying the repeater with an open carrier and static.
07 December 2003 - The 146.640- Laie repeater is currently not linked to the 146.760- Peacock Flats repeater. A trip to the site will be done in the near future.
06 October 2003 - The Diamond Head 146.880-/444.500+ repeaters are operating at full power. Thanks to Kevin, AH6QO, for passing along the good news.
30 September 2003 - The Diamond Head 146.880-/444.500+ repeaters are up once again.
29 September 2003 - The Diamond Head 146.880-/444.500+ repeaters are down. The repeater status page has been updated. Will post more information as it becomes available.
29 August 2003 - The Mauna Kapu 146.800-/444.100+ repeaters are up and working properly. The repeater status page has been updated. Thanks to Jim (KH6JKG), and Todd (KH7UK) for their hard work.
12 June 2003 - The Mauna Kapu 146.800-/444.100+ repeaters are currently down. No further information is available at this time.
1 June 2003 - IRLP node '3668' operational atop the Peacock Flats 146.760- and linked Laie 146.640- repeater. Thanks, Jim and Carter (KH6FV). The links sounds awesome.
1 April 2003 - IRLP node '3197' operational atop the Olomana repeater, thanks Jim. Usage guidelines are currently being considered. More later.
19 March 2003 - Courtesy tone on the Diamond Head repeaters re-enabled.
16 January 2003 - All repeaters are still up.
31 October 2002 - 146.66 MHz repeater is back up. The board is green. Todd conferred with Jim and reset the alarms.
29 October 2002 - 146.66 repeater is down due to a continuous CW ID.
15 October 2002 - All repeaters are still up. No major problems reported since June.
25 June 2002 - All repeaters are up. Jim, KH6JKG writes,
"Today I managed to get to Mauna Kapu in the PM. I installed one of the
VHF Eng. that was tuned up for 146.20/146.80. The Motorola mobile
didn't operate porperly. So, I will need to do more troubleshooting on
this unit, time permitting."
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