Re: Leeward O`ahu Simplex Net, October 24th
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This message is a follow-up to the Leeward O`ahu Simplex Net conducted yesterday, October 24th. Linked below are the summary report and summary map for your review. Note, use of the map where colored lines identify the path between two stations: green for confirmed contact between both stations; yellow for confirmed contact between both stations, however too weak a signal to transmit a message; and red for only one of two stations confirming contact.
Mahalo to all stations who participated and to those who followed the previous emails instructions. Each attempt at this net, I've implemented a different element to test our ability to adapt to potential changes. For this month, that was conducting the net entirely on simplex as during a real world disaster operation, we may not have the convenience of repeaters.
This net will continue along the same methodology although future nets will be scaled down for the benefit of leeward O`ahu operators. If you would like to continue receiving this announcement or other content related to leeward O`ahu activities, please express your interest with a response to this email. Upon your confirmation, I will subscribe you to our leeward O`ahu groups.io. Anyone is welcome to receive messages from this new groups.io. I will discontinue sending emails to individuals and/or island/state-wide mailing lists and will exclusively use this new groups.io account.
C. Pono Higa, WH6CPH
Leeward O`ahu District Emergency Coordinator (DEC)
Hawai`i Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
On Fri, Oct 22, 2021 at 4:33 PM C. Pono Higa <wh6cph@...> wrote: