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ARLB012 Clear Frequencies Requested for Net Providing 24/7 Coverage of Saint Vincent Volcanic Eruptio

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ARLB012 Clear Frequencies Requested for Net Providing 24/7 Coverage of Saint Vincent Volcanic Eruption​


ARLB012 Clear Frequencies Requested for Net Providing 24/7 Coverage
of Saint Vincent Volcanic Eruption

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ARRL Bulletin 12 ARLB012
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT April 21, 2021
To all radio amateurs

SB QST ARL ARLB012
ARLB012 Clear Frequencies Requested for Net Providing 24/7 Coverage
of Saint Vincent Volcanic Eruption

The Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net (CEWN) has been providing
round-the-clock coverage during the La Soufriere volcanic eruption
on the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Several
neighboring islands are also being affected by the disaster. When
responding to disasters and emergencies such as this, the CEWN
utilizes 3.185 MHz LSB and 7.188 MHz LSB. CEWN is requesting that
radio amateurs not involved in the volcano response to keep these
frequencies clear.
NNNN
/EX


--May be worth monitoring.
 

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At least the 40 meter frequency isn't on top of a high powered international broadcaster like it was a few months ago for some emergency...I think it was 7.250. Who picked that freq?
 
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