quinta-feira, 14 de janeiro de 2010


Mais informações sobre as comunicações de emergência, no devastado Haiti :
" At least one Haitian Ham station active
Posted by: "Alokesh Gupta"
alokesh05 Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:45 am (PST)
From the CQ / WorldRadio Online Newsroom:
Some ham radio activity from Haiti is beginning to be heard,following yesterday's devastating earthquake.
Father John Henault, HH6JH, in Port-au-Prince, made contact lateWednesday morning with the Intercontinental Assistance and TrafficNet (IATN) on 14.300 MHz, the IARU Global Centre of Activityfrequency for emergency communications. Based on relays monitored atW2VU, Father John reported that he and those with him were safe, buthad no power and no phone service. He was operating on battery powerand hoping to get a generator running later in the day. He asked thestation copying him, William Sturridge, KI4MMZ, in Flagler Beach,Florida, to telephone relatives with information that he was OK.
The following frequencies are in use for earthquake-related trafficand should be kept clear unless you are able to provide requested assistance:14300 (IATN), 14265 (SATERN); 7045 (IARU Region II) and 3720 (IARURegion II) kHz. Additional frequencies may be activated on differentbands at different times of day, so be sure to listen carefullybefore transmitting to make sure you are not interfering withemergency traffic.
We will continue to provide updates as information becomes available.
-- The editors"
Informação reproduzida do DXLD, publicação editada por Glenn Hauser, dos USA
"Port Au Prince, Haiti phone patch Recording ~ 5 PM ET January 13, 20 Posted by:
"Glenn Hauser" wghauser@yahoo.com wghauser Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:54 pm (PST)
A very dramatic phone-patch between Jean-Robert Gaillard,> Port-au-Prince, Haiti (HH2JR) and Frederick J. Moore, 7500 E> Pocono Dr, Inverness, FL 34450 (W3ZU) in Florida.
> Hundreds dead, no power, no electricity, no hospital.> Jean-Robert Gaillard reports 30 aftershocks since the main> earthquake, saying "everything is chaos, dead bodies> all over the place." This conversation was captured via> amateur (ham) radio a few moments ago. Jean-Robert becomes> very emotional at the end of the conversation when he's> informed there is a Coast Guard Cutter on scene in Port Au> Prince, a Hospital ship on the way, and 3 more Cutters> enroute.> >
Brian Crow, K3VR

26 minutes
Informação reproduzida do DXLD, publicação editada por Glenn Hauser, dos USA

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