[FARC_list] Hurricane Nets

ai2n at twcny.rr.com ai2n at twcny.rr.com
Fri Sep 8 12:37:20 UTC 2017

Hi all.

It's been a -very- busy (and unfortunate) hurricane season thus far.

A number of emergency nets are in operation.  Please steer well clear of the frequencies they're using.

Hurricane Watch Net - 14325 day, 7.268 night

SATERN Net - 14265

IARU Region 2 Emergency Coordinator Cesar Pio Santos, HR2P, compiled a list of emergency frequencies for use in the Caribbean. Radio amateurs not involved with the emergency should avoid these frequencies:

- Puerto Rico: 3.803, 3.808, 7.188 MHz. Radio amateurs in Puerto Rico also will cooperate with the HWN on 7.268 and 14.325 MHz.

- Cuba: Days, 7.110 MHz (primary) and 7.120 MHz (secondary); Provincial Net -- 7.045, 7.080 MHz, and on other lower frequencies as necessary. Nights, 3.740 MHz (primary) and 3.720 MHz (secondary), and on other lower frequencies as necessary.

- Dominican Republic: 3.873 MHz (primary), 3.815 MHz (secondary), 7.182 MHz (primary), 7.255 MHz (secondary); 14.330 MHz (primary), 21.360 MHz (primary), 28.330 MHz (primary).

Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net (CEWN): 3.815 MHz and 7.162 MHz

60 meter frequencies may also be used during the emergencies.

Updates here:  http://www.arrl.org/hurricane-irma-2017

73, Redd - AI2N

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