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2012-08-24

[IARU-R2-News 211] Dominican Republic Emergency Network activated, given the proximity of tropical storm Isaac
2012-08-24

Day-time operation frequency 7065 kHz
Coordination station HI8COE , Emergency Operations Committee
Evening operation frequency 3780 kHz

Emergency frequencies to be used by Cuba

7110 kHz day-time, PRIMARY NATIONAL
7120 kHz day-time, SECONDARY NATIONAL

7045 kHz day-time, EASTERN REGION

3740 kHz evening, PRIMARY NATIONAL

3720 kHz evening, SECONDARY NATIONAL

3715 KHz alternate evening

Other frequencies in the range from 7030 to 7125 kilohertz would be used by province networks as necessary

Other frequencies in the range from 3700 to 3770 kilohertz would be used by province networks as necessary

Thanks in advance to all amateur radio stations of Region 2 for offering the greatest possible protection to the frequencies used for emergency operations

NOTE: Jamaica traditionally does NOT use shortwave bands for emergencies since they handle these in the 2-metre band, using their repeaters located in the mountain ranges.

Sincerely
Prof. Arnaldo Coro Antich
CO2KK
IARU Region II Area C Emergency Coordinator

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Joaquín Solana, XE1R
News Editor - IARU R2
news@iaru-r2.org

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Vernon Ikeda - VE2MBS/VE2QQ
Pointe-Claire, Québec
RAC Blog Editor/RAC E-News/Web News Bulletin Editor