ALL INFORMATION IS COURTESY OF THE ARRL, TAKEN DIRECTLY FROM THEIR WEBSITE AT THIS LINK
MAINE EMERGENCY NET OPERATIONS
3.940 MHz SSB
7.262 MHz SSB backup
Net Manager: Pete K1HZU
NORTH CAROLINA EMERGENCY NET OPERATIONS
The Eastern Branch (RCCe) has been activated for this hurricane.
Amateur radio will provide communications from there ( NC4EB ) starting at 0700 on Saturday.
Frequencies that we will listen on; 3923Khz LSB backup if 75 meters goes bad --> 7232Khz LSB
146.835 FM Columbia Repeater
Down East UHF Linking System ( here is a link for those frequencys - look for DownEast ) http://www.caryncrepeater.com/repeaters_on_link.htm
Digital: AAN4EMB@winlink.org * in the subject line include //MARS R/ prior to your subject description. i.e. Subject://mars r/water not needed
& nbsp; Subject://mars r/Ref: your message
If you can send email by any means, we will get it.
Shifts of operations; 0700 on Saturday through Sunday afternoon.
If you have any questions contact Ron Knapp W9EF --> email@example.com
NO SOUTH CAROLINA EMERGENCY NET INFORMATION
NONE AT THIS TIME
MAINE EMERGENCY NET OPERATIONS
Emergency Net is at 3.920MHz
HURRICANE WATCH NETS
VIRGINIA SECTION EMERGENCY NETS
Arlington County Virginia Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) will
activate radio operations at 12:00 PM on Saturday August 27, 2011 for
the duration of the threat from Hurricane Irene to Arlington County.
Arlington ARES will be operating on the W4WVP repeater. (144.8700
input / 145.4700 output / PL 107.2 Hz) and monitoring 145.4700 simplex.
Virginia Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) will be
operating the Old Dominion Emergency Net (ODEN), the Virginia Section
ARES and RACES statewide communications network, on 3947 / 7240 kHz.
NEWPORT NEWS -VOICE - VHF, RX: 147.165 (no tone), TX: 147.765 (no tone)
WPA SECTION EMERGENCY NETS
The WPA HF nets are on 3.983 mhz and back up of 7272
The HF digital frequencies are 3583.5 usb and 7073 usb. This is FLDIGI NBEMS using Olivia 8/50 or mt 63 with 1000hz center.
NEW HAMPSHIRE SECTION EMERGENCY NETS
HF 3945 Primary SSB, 3582 Primary NBEMS
Net should be operational from early Sunday AM.
UPDATE AS OF AUGUST 27th 2011:
Our IRLP node is 4292. The EchoLink conference bridge is W1AWBDCT. It will support 350 connects. Normally this bridge is used for our broadcasts. In this instance, it’ll be off-line for that purpose and given over to the field.
On D-Star, we’ll be monitoring W1HQ A (23 cm module).
Will be using 3.965 MHz for the HF Net
Primary HF is at 3.905 MHz with a backup at 1.905 MHz and 7.300 MHz
EPA EMERGENCY NET
Primary HF net can be found at 3.9875 MHz
WPA EMERGENCY NET
Primary HF Net can be found at 3987.5 KHz with backup at 7227.5 KHz
SNJ EMERGENCY NET
Primary HF net can be found at 3.978 MHz
NNJ EMERGENCY NET
Primary HF emergency net can be found at 3.978 MHz
WMA EMERGENCY NET
The WMA Emergency Net on HF is the same as Eastern Mass and resides on 3943 KHz.
VT EMERGENCY NET
On HF we will meet on 3976 KHz starting at 8 AM on Sunday. This designated VT ARES frequency is also the VPEN frequency. The alternate will be 7275 KHz depending upon propagation
In the Burlington area use the BARC Repeater: 146.610 MHz.
In the Rutland area use the GMWS Repeater: 147.045.
In the Bennington area use SOVARC Repeater: 146.835.
In Windham County, The West River Radio Club meets on 147.015 MHz.
In St Albans, STARC uses 145.230 MHz.
In Addison County, ACARA will be on 147.360 MHz in Middlebury.
Repeaters with wide area coverage include Killington: 146.880 MHz
And Bolton: 145.150 MHz.
The BTV National Weather Service will be monitoring 145.110 (Whiteface, NY) and looking for weather and damage reports. Someone from each of these Nets should relay Traffic to NWS as it comes in.
DO NOT SELF-ACTIVATE!!! ALL AMATEUR OPERATORS ARE TO WAIT FOR DIRECT ORDERS FROM THEIR ARES AND RACES SECTION LEADERS!!!
ECHOLINK Listen only Nodes...IRLP:Reflector 9508...Reflector 9129 EchoLink:*KC4QLP-C* Node: 290251..*VKEMCOMM* Node:270177..*N5API* Node: 77433..*KA1AAA* Node: 509403
Hurricane Watch Net on 20 meters 14.365.00 via RadioReference
North Carolina State Highway Patrol via RadioReference
Virginia Beach Police and Fire via RadioReference
NYPD Special Operations & Traffic via RadioReference
FDNY Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Staten Island via RadioReference
YOUR LIFE AND SAFETY COME FIRST. NINE PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY BEEN KILLED IN THIS HURRICANE. EXERCISE YOUR BEST JUDGEMENT.