Frecuencias de trabajo de la ARRL ante el paso del Huracán Irene por EE.UU.

Maine Emergency Communications Net:

3.940 MHz SSB (Primaria)
7.262 MHz SSB (Backup)
Net Control: K1HZU

North Carolina Emergency Nets:

3.923 MHz LSB (Primaria)
7.232 MHZ LSB (Backup)
146.835 MHz (Repetidor Columbia)
Net Control: NC4EB

Maryland/DC Emergency Nets:

3.920 MHz SSB

Hurricane Watch Net:

14.325 MHz SSB
7.268 MHz SSB
Activa desde 27AGO2011 0630EDT

Virginia Section Emergency Nets:

Arlington County Virginia Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)

144.8700 Rx / 145.4700 Tx MHz (PL 107.2 Hz) Repetidor W4WVP
145.4700 MHz simplex
Activa desde 27AGO2011 1200PM

Virginia Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)

3.947 MHz SSB (ODEN, Old Dominion Emergency Net)
7.240 MHz SSB (ODEN, Old Dominion Emergency Net)

Newport News:

147.165 Rx / 147.765 MHz (Repetidor fonía)

Western Pennsylvania Section Emergency Nets:

3.983 MHz SSB (Primaria)
7.272 MHz SSB (Backup)
3.583,5 USB (FLDIGI NBEMS, Olivia 8/50 ó MT63 1000 MHz)
7.073,0 USB (FLDIGI NBEMS, Olivia 8/50 ó MT63 1000 MHz)

New Hampshire Section Emergency Net:

3.945 MHz SSB (Primario SSB)
3.582 MHz SSB (Primario NBEMS)
Activa desde el domingo a primera hora

ARRL HQ (W1AW):

IRLP: Nodo 4292
Echolink: conference bridge W1AWBDCT (350 conexiones)
D-Star: W1HQ A (módulo 23 cm)

Fuente: ARRL – Hurricane Irene.

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