[W5SFA] Fw: 14010] Hurricane Matthew Frequencies

Gilbert Franke g.a.franke at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 16:16:33 CDT 2016


Thanks, Cam!  I will listen some.  Used to do that a lot on Gulf Coast
Hurricane Net.

--Gil WB5RFQ

On Thu, Oct 6, 2016 at 1:01 PM, Cameron <mitchl at mitchl.net> wrote:

>
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> *Subject:* FW: 14010] Hurricane Matthew Frequencies
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> attached list of activity for those interested in HAM comms
>
> on hurricane
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> *From:* pr [mailto:pr-bounces at reflector.arrl.org] *On Behalf Of *Kutzko,
> Sean, KX9X
> *Sent:* Thursday, 6 October, 2016 07:59
> *To:* pr <pr at arrl.org>
> *Subject:* [pr:14010] Hurricane Matthew Frequencies
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> *10/05/2016*
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> These Amateur Radio frequencies are known to be in use or are available
> for use during the response to Hurricane Matthew. Please avoid interfering
> with these frequencies, and do not check into any emergency nets unless you
> genuinely have something of importance to contribute.
>
> International *SATERN* <http://www.satern.org/> Net: 14.265 MHz (USB)
> Health & Welfare Traffic
>
> Hurricane Watch Net (*HWN* <http://www.hwn.org/>): 14.325 MHz (USB),
> 7.268 MHz (LSB): Weather data and storm reports from stations in affected
> area
>
> Cuba (Primary): 7.110 MHz (LSB)
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> Cuba (Alternate 1): 7.120 MHz (LSB)
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> Cuba (Alternate 2): 7.045 MHz
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> Cuba (Alternate 3): 7.080 MHz
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> Cuba: 3.720 MHz
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> Cuba: 3.740 MHz
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> *IARU Region 2* <http://www.iaru.org/region-2.html>: 3.750 MHz Emergency
> Center of Activity Frequency
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> IARU Region 2: 7.060 MHz Emergency Center of Activity Frequency
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> IARU Region 2: 14.300 MHz Global Emergency Center of Activity Frequency
>
> IARU Region 2: 18.160 MHz Global Emergency Center of Activity Frequency
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> IARU Region 2: 21.360 MHz Global Emergency Center of Activity Frequency
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> IARU Region 2: 18.160 MHz Global Emergency Center of Activity Frequency
>
> *VoIP Hurricane Net* <http://www.voipwx.net/>: WX-Talk Conference, Node
> #7203 on *Echolink* and IRLP Reflector 9219. IRLP Reflector 9553 is the
> backup. (Due to the number of limited routes to the Echolink node for
> mobile devices, monitor WX-TALK on a desktop computer if possible.)
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> Live internet stream of the Hurricane Watch Net is available at
> www.hwn.org
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> 73,
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> Sean Kutzko, KX9X
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> Media and Public Relations Manager
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> ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio
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> skutzko at arrl.org
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> ARRL National Parks on the Air: www.arrl.org/npota
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