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  • Frank
    WX4NHC is monitoring the Hurricane Watch Net on 14.325 MHz. Secondary HF frequencies will be 7.268 MHz and 3.950 MHz +/- QRM, should propagation be lost on 20
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 2, 2010
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      WX4NHC is monitoring the Hurricane Watch Net on 14.325 MHz. Secondary HF frequencies will be 7.268 MHz and 3.950 MHz +/- QRM, should propagation be lost on 20 meters. EchoLink "WX-Talk" Conference Room and IRLP node 9219 is also being monitored. WX4NHC is also monitoring CWOP, APRS and MADIS/MESONET automated weather stations in the affected area, as well as EchoLink "WX-Talk"

      Other HF Frequencies:

      MWARA CAR (in khz/USB)

      2887 3455 5520 5550 6577 6586 8918 8846 11330 11396 13297 17907

      MWARA NAT-A (in khz/USB)

      3016 5598 8906 13306 17946

      MWARA NAT-E (in khz/USB)

      2962 3491 6628 6667 8825 11309 13354 17946

      GHFS General Calling (in khz/USB)

      4724 (nights) 6739 (nights) 8992 (24 hrs) 11175 (24 hrs) 13200 (days)

      15016 (days)

      GHFS ALE (in khz/USB)

      3137 4721 5708 6721 9025 11226 13215 15043 18003 23337

      AF-MARS Phonepatches (in khz/USB)

      4557 7633 13927 (Primary) 14606 18617 20992

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