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 Заголовок сообщения: Caribbean Hurricane Irma
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Hurricane Irma is getting widespread news coverage and will affect many countried in the Carribean. There are the usual American nets set up to gather information on the storm on 14.265 and 14.325MHz. Cesar Pio Santos, HR2P Emergency Communications Co-Ordinator for IARU Region 2 also reminds us of the following frequencies which may be in use in the area. As always, for those frequencies within the Region 1 frequency allocations, please take steps to avoid interference to emergency operations.

Dominican Republic
80 meters 3,780 kHz
40 meters 7,065 Khz

Cuba
40 meters Daytime 7,110 kHz as primary frequency, and 7,120 kHz as secondary frequency
Frequencies 7,045, 7,080 kHz for Provincial Network.
80 meters Night time 3,740 kHz as primary frequency, and 3,720 kHz as secondary frequency.

Puerto Rico
80 meters Primary Frequency 3,873 kHz 3,815 kHz Secondary Frequency
40 meters Primary Frequency 7,182 kHz 7,255 kHz Secondary Frequency
20 meters Primary Frequency 14,330 kHz
15 meters Primary Frequency 21.360 kHz
10 meters Primary Frequency 28.330 kHz

Lesser Antilles (Windward & Leeward Islands)

Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net (CEWN)
80 meters 3.815 kHz
40 meters 7.162 kHz when needed

http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php/emergency-communications/1704-caribbean-hurricane-irma


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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: Caribbean Hurricane Irma
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There is the information page from ARRL

http://www.arrl.org/irma

The page, http://www.arrl.org/irma, includes information and news summarizing the response by Amateur Radio (ham radio) volunteers for Hurricane Irma in September 2017.


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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: Caribbean Hurricane Irma
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BULLETIN
Hurricane Irma Advisory Number 31
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL112017
500 PM AST Wed Sep 06 2017

...EYE OF CATEGORY 5 HURRICANE IRMA MOVING AWAY FROM THE
NORTHERNMOST VIRGIN ISLANDS...
...TROPICAL STORM AND HURRICANE CONDITIONS SPREADING OVER PORTIONS
OF PUERTO RICO...

Read more:
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MI ... 2055.shtml


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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: Caribbean Hurricane Irma
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ARES Teams in Three West Central Florida Section Counties Ready to Support Shelters
09/07/2017

As Hurricane Irma moves closer to the Florida Peninsula, ARRL West Central Florida Section Manager Darrell Davis, KT4WX, reports that Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) teams have been requested to provide communication support at evacuation shelters in Highlands, Hillsborough, and Polk counties.

“Other counties in the West Central Florida Section are considering shelter operations,” Davis said. “Therefore, in support of these activations or planned activations, West Central Florida Section ARES is going to a Level 2 activation to provide any needed support for these activations, either current or planned.”

As of 1500 UTC, Hurricane Irma was about 75 miles east-northeast of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and about 120 miles southeast of Grand Turk Island. Maximum sustained winds have abated somewhat to 175 MPH. The storms present movement is west-northwest at 16 MPH.

The National Hurricane Center (NHC), has issued a hurricane watch for the Florida peninsula from Jupiter Inlet southward and around the peninsula to Bonita Beach, including the Florida Keys, Lake Okeechobee, and Florida Bay. A storm surge watch has been issued for the Florida peninsula from Jupiter Inlet southward and around the peninsula to Bonita Beach, including the Florida Keys.

Read more:
http://www.arrl.org/news/ares-teams-in- ... t-shelters


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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: Caribbean Hurricane Irma
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ARRL Establishes Hurricane Irma Hotline for ARRL Section Leadership
09/08/2017

ARRL has set up a temporary phone number that ARRL section leadership can use to communicate Hurricane Irma-related information or requests to ARRL Headquarters. The number will be monitored at W1AW when the station is staffed. During off-hours, the number will be forwarded to an on-call ARRL staffer. This number should also be used to report problems such as extended interference with ongoing emergency communications. The number is 860-594-0337.

http://www.arrl.org/news/view/arrl-esta ... leadership


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 Заголовок сообщения: Carribean Emergency Response - Update
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Carribean Emergency Response - Update

Hurricane Irma is currently progressing through the USA state of Florida and Hurricane Jose is still threatening the Carribean. At the same time Mexico is still dealing with the after effects of the Earthquake which affected that country earlier this week and the remains of Hurricane Katia. To add to the problems, an X8.2 solar flare is causing a major HF blackout in the Americas which will potentially affect communications until Monday (UTC).

As Hurricane Irma progresses through Florida there will be more HF frequencies in use by local ARES groups but these will lie mostly outside the IARU Region 1 band allocations ( West Central Florida planning to use 3940, 3950 and 7247 kHz for example ). More information on this should come from the ARRL .

Updates to frequencies in use are;

Mexico

7060 and 7080 kHz to deal with the Earthquake and Hurricane Katia

St. Maarten

14290 and 7190 kHz ( Voice or PACTOR )

US Wide Area traffic handling

14115, 7115 and if necessary 10115 kHz ( all CW )

Carribean Emergency and Weather Net ( CEWN )

3815, 7188 and possibly 7162 kHz

FNRASEC in France are reaching out to French speaking areas in the Carribean on 14132kHz.

As Irma moves away from the Carribean islands, Radio Amateurs are entering the area to help. The Red Cross asked for assistance on Sint Maarten where communications had been badly affected. Tom Braam PJ2DD volunteered for this task and left September 8th on one of the first relief flights to Sint Maarten with a Pactor HF station and 9 VHF/UHF handheld radios to start providing communications. Frequencies in use are as above.

Enquiries about persons in the affected areas should be referred to the various Red Cross websites set up for this purpose. 'Welfare' messages from outside the area are not expected to be handled for at least three days, with thousands of displaced people, locating them for message delivery is difficult.

As always, please listen carefully and avoid causing QRM to frequencies in use for distress and emergency traffic. The operators in the affected areas already have a difficult job, please give them as much room as possible to work.

http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php/emerge ... nse-update


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