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CB CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS, 40 CHANNELS
--------------------------------------------------------------------
                          Channel No.                             (MHz)
--------------------------------------------------------------------
1..............................................................   26.965
2..............................................................   26.975
3..............................................................   26.985
4..............................................................   27.005
5..............................................................   27.015
6..............................................................   27.025
7..............................................................   27.035
8..............................................................   27.055
9..............................................................   27.065
10.............................................................   27.075
11.............................................................   27.085
12.............................................................   27.105
13.............................................................   27.115
14.............................................................   27.125
15.............................................................   27.135
16.............................................................   27.155
17.............................................................   27.165
18.............................................................   27.175
19.............................................................   27.185
20.............................................................   27.205
21.............................................................   27.215
22.............................................................   27.225
23.............................................................   27.255
24.............................................................   27.235
25.............................................................   27.245
26.............................................................   27.265
27.............................................................   27.275
28.............................................................   27.285
29.............................................................   27.295
30.............................................................   27.305
31.............................................................   27.315
32.............................................................   27.325
33.............................................................   27.335
34.............................................................   27.345
35.............................................................   27.355
36.............................................................   27.365
37.............................................................   27.375
38.............................................................   27.385
39.............................................................   27.395
40.............................................................   27.405
-------------------------------------------------------------------- ----

    (b) Each CB transmitter must be maintained within a frequency
tolerance of 0.005%.
 

Old Cordless Telephone Frequencies

Base Unit / F.M.          Handset Unit / F.M.

Freq (MHz) Channel        Freq (MHz) Channel
==================        =============
46.6100______ch 1         49.6700______ch 1
46.6300______ch 2         49.8450______ch 2
46.6700______ch 3         49.8600______ch 3
46.7100______ch 4         49.7700______ch 4
46.7300______ch 5         49.8750______ch 5
46.7700______ch 6         49.8300______ch 6
46.8300______ch 7         49.8900______ch 7
46.8700______ch 8         49.9300______ch 8
46.9300______ch 9         49.9900______ch 9
46.9700______ch 10        49.9700______ch 10
 

MARINE RADIO CHANNELS

 

Commandant (G-SCT-2)
                 U.S. Coast Guard                        28 December 1996
                 Washington DC 20593


                 HF Single Sideband Maritime Radiotelephone Channels

                 4 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      401            4357 kHz            4065 kHz
                      402            4360                4068
                      403            4363                4071
                      404            4366                4074
                      405            4369                4077
                     
                      406            4372                4080
                      407            4375                4083
                      408            4378                4086
                      409            4281                4089
                      410            4384                4092

                      411            4387                4095
                      412            4390                4098
                      413            4393                4101
                      414            4396                4104
                      415            4399                4107

                      416            4402                4110
                      417            4405                4113
                      418            4408                4116
                      419            4411                4119
                      420            4414                4122

                      421            4417                4125 (Calling; distress
                                                               & safety working on
                                                               4125 kHz simplex)
                      422            4420                4128
                      423            4423                4131
                      424            4426                4134 (USCG Calling)
                      425            4429                4137

                      426            4432                4140
                      427            4435                4143
                      428            4351              (varies)
                      429            4354              (varies)
                     
                 6 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      601            6501 (kHz)          6200 (kHz)(USCG Calling)
                      602            6504                6203
                      603            6507                6206
                      604            6510                6209
                      605            6513                6212

                      606            6516                6215 (Calling; distress
                                                               & safety working on
                                                               6215 kHz simplex)
                      607            6519                6218
                      608            6522                6221

                 8 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      801            8719 (kHz)          8195 (kHz)
                      802            8722                8198
                      803            8725                8201
                      804            8728                8204
                      805            8731                8207

                      806            8734                8210
                      807            8737                8213
                      808            8740                8216
                      809            8743                8219
                      810            8746                8222

                      811            8749                8225
                      812            8752                8228
                      813            8755                8231
                      814            8758                8234
                      815            8761                8237

                      816            8764                8240 (USCG Calling)
                      817            8767                8243
                      818            8770                8246
                      819            8773                8249
                      820            8776                8252

                      821            8779                8255 (Calling)
                      822            8782                8258
                      823            8785                8261
                      824            8788                8264
                      825            8791                8267

                      826            8794                8270
                      827            8797                8273
                      828            8800                8276
                      829            8803                8279
                      830            8806                8282

                      831            8809                8285
                      832            8812                8288
                      833            8291                8291
                      834            8707              (varies)
                      835            8710              (varies)

                      836            8713              (varies)
                      837            8716              (varies)

                 12 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      1201                    13,077 kHz          12,230 kHz
                      1202                    13,080                 12,233
                      1203                    13,083                 12,236
                      1204                    13,086                 12,239
                      1205                    13,089                 12,242 (USCG Calling)

                      1206                    13,092                 12,245
                      1207                    13,095                 12,248
                      1208                    13,098                 12,251
                      1209                    13,101                 12,254
                      1210                    13,104                 12,257

                      1211                    13,107                 12,260
                      1212                    13,110                 12,263
                      1213                    13,113                 12,266
                      1214                    13,116                 12,269
                      1215                    13,119                 12,272

                      1216                    13,122                 12,275
                      1217                    13,125                 12,278
                      1218                    13,128                 12,281
                      1219                    13,131                 12,284
                      1220                    13,134                 12,287

                      1221                    13,137                 12,290 (Calling)
                      1222                    13,140                 12,293
                      1223                    13,143                 12,296
                      1224                    13,146                 12,299
                      1225                    13,149                 12,302

                      1226                    13,152                 12,305
                      1227                    13,155                 12,308
                      1228                    13,158                 12,311
                      1229                    13,161                 12,314
                      1230                    13,164                 12,317

                      1231                    13,167                 12,320
                      1232                    13,170                 12,323
                      1233                    13,173                 12,326
                      1234                    13,176                 12,329
                      1235                    13,179                 12,332

                      1236                    13,182                 12,335
                      1237                    13,185                 12,338
                      1238                    13,188                 12,341
                      1239                    13,191                 12,344
                      1240                    13,194                 12,347

                      1241                    13,197                 12,350

                 16 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      1601                    17,242 kHz          16,360 kHz
                      1602                    17,245                 16,363
                      1603                    17,248                 16,366
                      1604                    17,251                 16,369
                      1605                    17,254                 16,372

                      1606           17,257              16,375
                      1607           17,260              16,378
                      1608           17,263              16,381
                      1609           17,266              16,384
                      1610           17,269              16,387

                      1611           17,272              16,390
                      1612           17,275              16,393
                      1613           17,278              16,396
                      1614           17,281              16,399
                      1615           17,284              16,402

                      1616           17,287              16,405
                      1617           17,290              16,408
                      1618           17,293              16,411
                      1619           17,296              16,414
                      1620           17,299              16,417

                      1621           17,302              16,420 (Calling)
                      1622           17,305              16,423
                      1623           17,308              16,426
                      1624           17,311              16,429
                      1625           17,314              16,432 (USCG Calling)

                      1626           17,317              16,435
                      1627           17,320              16,438
                      1628           17,323              16,441
                      1629           17,326              16,444
                      1630           17,329              16,447

                      1631           17,332              16,450
                      1632           17,335              16,453
                      1633           17,338              16,456
                      1634           17,341              16,459
                      1635           17,344              16,462

                      1636           17,347              16,465
                      1637           17,350              16,468
                      1638           17,353              16,471
                      1639           17,356              16,474
                      1640           17,359              16,477

                      1641           17,362              16,480
                      1642           17,365              16,483
                      1643           17,368              16,486
                      1644           17,371              16,489
                      1645           17,374              16,492

                      1646           17,377              16,495
                      1647           17,380              16,498
                      1648           17,383              16,501
                      1649           17,386              16,504
                      1650           17,389              16,507

                      1651           17,392              16,510
                      1652           17,395              16,513
                      1653           17,398              16,516
                      1654           17,401              16,519
                      1655           17,404              16,522

                      1656           17,407              16,525

                 18/19 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      1801           19,755 kHz          18,780 kHz
                      1802           19,758              18,783
                      1803           19,761              18,786
                      1804           19,764              18,789
                      1805           19,767              18,792

                      1806           19,770              18,795 (Calling)
                      1807           19,773              18,798
                      1808           19,776              18,801
                      1809           19,779              18,804
                      1810           19,782              18,807

                      1811           19,785              18,810
                      1812           19,788              18,813
                      1813           19,791              18,816
                      1814           19,794              18,819
                      1815           19,797              18,822

                 22 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      2201           22,696 kHz       22,000 kHz
                      2202           22,699              22,003
                      2203           22,702              22,006
                      2204           22,705              22,009
                      2205           22,708              22,012

                      2206           22,711              22,015
                      2207           22,714              22,018
                      2208           22,717              22,021
                      2209           22,720              22,024
                      2210           22,723              22,027

                      2211           22,726              22,030
                      2212           22,729              22,033
                      2213           22,732              22,036
                      2214           22,735              22,039
                      2215           22,738              22,042

                      2216           22,741              22,045
                      2217           22,744              22,048
                      2218           22,747              22,051
                      2219           22,750              22,054
                      2220           22,753              22,057

                      2221           22,756              22,060 (Calling)
                      2222           22,759              22,063
                      2223           22,762              22,066
                      2224           22,765              22,069
                      2225           22,768              22,072

                      2226           22,771              22,075
                      2227           22,774              22,078
                      2228           22,777              22,081
                      2229           22,780              22,084
                      2230           22,783              22,087


                      2231           22,786              22,090
                      2232           22,789              22,093
                      2233           22,792              22,096
                      2234           22,795              22,099
                      2235           22,798              22,102

                      2236           22,801              22,105
                      2237           22,804              22,108
                      2238           22,807              22,111
                      2239           22,810              22,114
                      2240           22,813              22,117

                      2241           22,816              22,120
                      2242           22,819              22,123
                      2243           22,822              22,126
                      2244           22,825              22,129
                      2245           22,828              22,132

                      2246           22,831              22,135
                      2247           22,834              22,138
                      2248           22,837              22,141
                      2249           22,840              22,144
                      2250           22,843              22,147

                      2251           22,846              22,150
                      2252           22,849              22,153
                      2253           22,852              22,156

                 25/26 MHz Duplex Channels

                 ITU Channel No.     Coast Transmit      Ship Transmit

                      2501           26,145 kHz         25,070 kHz
                      2502           26,148                25,073
                      2503           26,151                25,076
                      2504           26,154                25,079
                      2505           26,157                25,082

                      2506           26,160                25,085
                      2507           26,163                25,088
                      2508           26,166                25,091
                      2509           26,169                25,094
                      2510           26,172                25,097 (Calling)

                 HF Single Sideband Maritime Radiotelephone Channels

                 Simplex Channels

                 These frequencies are shared and are not available for the
                 exclusive use of any station.

                 4 MHz Band     6 MHz Band     8 MHz Band     12 MHz Band

                 4146 kHz         6224 kHz           8294 kHz          12,353 kHz
                 4149                6227                   8297                 12,356
                                         6230                                            12,359
                                                                                             12,362
                                                                                             12,365



                 16 MHz         18/19 MHz Band 22 MHz Band    25/26 MHz Band

                 16,528 kHz     18,825 kHz        22,159 kHz         25,100 kHz
                 16,531            18,828               22,162                25,103
                 16,534            18,831               22,165                25,106
                 16,537            18,834               22,168                25,109
                 16,540            18,837               22,171                25,112

                 16,543            18,840               22,174                25,115
                 16,546            18,843               22,177                25,118



                 Global Maritime Distress & Safety System Radiotelephone Channels

                 These simplex frequencies are used for distress and safety
                 communications, and (except for 2182 kHz) are not normally
                 guarded.

                           2182 kHz       8291 kHz
                           4125            12,290
                           6215            16,420        



Last Modified: 9 October 1997

EMISSION TYPES

Below are two links to descriptions of emissions.

Example:  16K0F3E

In the above example, the 16K0 is the bandwidth, in this case, 16.0 KHZ

The "F" is the first digit.

The "3" is the second digit

The "E" is the third digit.

Hence this is 16 KHZ FM, single channel, voice (telephony)

Bandwidth
This is the required bandwidth of the transmitter.
The above example represents "16.0kHz bandwidth".
The decimal point is replaced with "H", "K", "M", or "G".
These define as:
H = Hertz
K = Kilohertz
M = Megahertz
G = Gigahertz
 

In the above example, the 16K0 means 16.0, as the "K" represents Kilohertz. Here are the three digits for the second part of the designation:


1st Digit
A = AM (Amplitude Modulation), double-sideband (Your standard AM)
B = AM, independent sidebands
C = AM, vestigial sideband
D = Amplitude and Angle Modulated carrier
F = Angle Modulated, frequency modulation (Your standard FM)
G = Angle Modulated, phase modulation
H = AM, single-sideband, full carrier
J = AM, single-sideband, suppressed carrier
K = Pulse, amplitude modulation (PAM, PSM)
L = Pulse, width modulation (PWM)
M = Pulse, phase or position modulation (PPM)
N = Emission of an unmodulated carrier
P = Pulse, no modulation
Q = Pulse, carrier also angle-modulated during pulse
R = AM, single-sideband, reduced or variable level carrier
W = Pulse, two or more modes used
X = All cases not covered above
 
2nd Digit
0 = No Modulation
1 = Digital, on-off, no modulation
2 = Digital, with modulation
3 = Single analog channel
7 = Two or more digital channels
8 = Two or more analog channels
9 = Composite, one or more digital channel, one or more analog
X = All cases not covered above
 
3rd Digit
A = Aural telegraphy, basically Morse code, as in A1, on/off keying
B = Telegraphy for machine copy (RTTY, fast Morse)
C = Analog fax
D = Data, telemetry, telecommand
E = Telephony, voice, this is the old A3 (Amplitude Modulated Voice.)
F = Video, television.  The old F5 was standard fast scan television.
N = No Information
W = Combinations of the above
X = All cases not covered above
 

[Code of Federal Regulations]

[Title 47, Volume 5, Parts 80 to End]

[Revised as of October 1, 2000]

From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access

[CITE: 47CFR95.625]

 

[Page 543]

 

                       TITLE 47TELECOMMUNICATION

 

                         COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

 

PART 95PERSONAL RADIO SERVICESTable of Contents

 

                    Subpart ETechnical Regulations

 

Sec. 95.625  CB transmitter channel frequencies.

 

    (a) The CB transmitter channel frequencies are:

 

 

                          Channel No.                             (MHz)

 

1..............................................................   26.965

2..............................................................   26.975

3..............................................................   26.985

4..............................................................   27.005

5..............................................................   27.015

6..............................................................   27.025

7..............................................................   27.035

8..............................................................   27.055

9..............................................................   27.065

10.............................................................   27.075

11.............................................................   27.085

12.............................................................   27.105

13.............................................................   27.115

14.............................................................   27.125

15.............................................................   27.135

16.............................................................   27.155

17.............................................................   27.165

18.............................................................   27.175

19.............................................................   27.185

20.............................................................   27.205

21.............................................................   27.215

22.............................................................   27.225

23.............................................................   27.255

24.............................................................   27.235

25.............................................................   27.245

26.............................................................   27.265

27.............................................................   27.275

28.............................................................   27.285

29.............................................................   27.295

30.............................................................   27.305

31.............................................................   27.315

32.............................................................   27.325

33.............................................................   27.335

34.............................................................   27.345

35.............................................................   27.355

36.............................................................   27.365

37.............................................................   27.375

38.............................................................   27.385

39.............................................................   27.395

40.............................................................   27.405

 

 

    (b) Each CB transmitter must be maintained within a frequency

tolerance of 0.005%.

 

                    Subpart ETechnical Regulations

 

Sec. 95.627  FRS unit channel frequencies.

 

    (a) The FRS unit channel frequencies are:

 

 

                       Channel No.                             (MHz)

 

1.......................................................        462.5625

2.......................................................        462.5875

3.......................................................        462.6125

4.......................................................        462.6375

5.......................................................        462.6625

6.......................................................        462.6875

7.......................................................        462.7125

8.......................................................        467.5625

9.......................................................        467.5875

10......................................................        467.6125

11......................................................        467.6375

12......................................................        467.6625

13......................................................        467.6875

14......................................................        467.7125

 

 

    (b) Each FRS unit must be maintained within a frequency tolerance of

0.00025%.

 

[61 FR 28769, June 6, 1996]

 

 

 

                       TITLE 47TELECOMMUNICATION

 

                         COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

 

PART 95PERSONAL RADIO SERVICESTable of Contents

 

                    Subpart ETechnical Regulations

 

Sec. 95.621  GMRS transmitter channel frequencies.

 

    (a) The GMRS transmitter channel frequencies (reference frequencies

from which the carrier frequency, suppressed or otherwise, may not

deviate by more than the specified frequency tolerance) are 462.5500,

462.5625, 462.5750, 462.5875, 462.6000, 462.6125, 462.6250, 462.6375,

462.6500, 462.6625, 462.6750, 462.6875, 462.7000, 462.7125, 462.7250,

467.5500, 467.5750, 467.6000, 467.6250, 467.6500, 467.6750, 467.7000,

and 467.7250.

 

    Note: Certain GMRS transmitter channel frequencies are authorized

only for certain station classes and station locations. See part 95,

subpart A.

 

    (b) Each GMRS transmitter for mobile station, small base station and

control station operation must be maintained within a frequency

tolerance of 0.0005%. Each GMRS transmitter for base station (except

small base), mobile relay station or fixed station operation must be

maintained within a frequency tolerance of 0.00025%.

 

[53 FR 47718, Nov. 25, 1988]

 

 

 

 

MURS FREQUENCIES AND MODES


 151.820

151.880

151.940

154.570

154.600 MHz. 

The first three are listed as having an 11.25 Kilohertz bandwidth while the last two permit a 12 point 5 kilohertz wide signal.  Also, continuous transmissions are permitted on four of the five Murs channels which is bound to cause havoc with those attempting to share with voice and other modes.

SB QST @ ARL $ARLB022
ARLB022 W1AW 2006/2007 Winter Operating Schedule
 SB QST @ ARL $ARLB001
ARLB001 W1AW 2007 Winter Operating Schedule

ZCZC AG01
QST de W1AW 
ARRL Bulletin 1  ARLB001
>From ARRL Headquarters 
Newington CT  January 2, 2007
To all radio amateurs

SB QST ARL ARLB001
ARLB001 W1AW 2007 Winter Operating Schedule

Morning Schedule:

Time                  Mode     Days
-------------------   ----     ---------
1400 UTC (9 AM EST)   CWs      Wed, Fri
1400 UTC (9 AM EST)   CWf      Tue, Thu

Daily Visitor Operating Hours:

1500 UTC to 1700 UTC - (10 AM to 12 PM EST)
1800 UTC to 2045 UTC - (1 PM to 3:45 PM EST)

(Station closed 1700 to 1800 UTC (12 PM to 1 PM EST))

Afternoon/Evening Schedule:

2100 UTC (4 PM EST)    CWf      Mon, Wed, Fri
2100  "      "         CWs      Tue, Thu
2200  "  (5 PM EST)    CWb      Daily
2300  "  (6 PM EST)    RTTY     Daily
0000  "  (7 PM EST)    CWs      Mon, Wed, Fri
0000  "      "         CWf      Tue, Thu
0100  "  (8 PM EST)    CWb      Daily
0200  "  (9 PM EST)    RTTY     Daily
0245  "  (9:45 PM EST) VOICE    Daily
0300  "  (10 PM EST)   CWf      Mon, Wed, Fri
0300  "      "         CWs      Tue, Thu
0400  "  (11 PM EST)   CWb      Daily
 
 
                         Frequencies (MHz)
                         -----------------
CW:    1.8175 3.5815 7.0475 14.0475 18.0975 21.0675  28.0675 147.555
RTTY:     -   3.5975 7.095  14.095  18.1025 21.095   28.095  147.555
VOICE:  1.855 3.990  7.290  14.290  18.160  21.390   28.590  147.555
 
Notes:

CWs = Morse Code practice (slow) = 5, 7.5, 10, 13 and 15 WPM
CWf = Morse Code practice (fast) = 35, 30, 25, 20, 15, 13 and 10 WPM 
CWb = Morse Code Bulletins = 18 WPM

CW frequencies include code practices, Qualifying Runs and CW
bulletins.

RTTY = Teleprinter Bulletins = BAUDOT (45.45 baud) and AMTOR-FEC
(100 Baud).  ASCII (110 Baud) is sent only as time allows.

Code practice texts are from QST, and the source of each practice is
given at the beginning of each practice and at the beginning of
alternate speeds.

On Tuesdays and Fridays at 2330 UTC (6:30 PM EST), Keplerian Elements
for active amateur satellites are sent on the regular teleprinter
frequencies.

A DX bulletin replaces or is added to the regular bulletins between
0100 UTC (8 PM EST) Thursdays and 0100 UTC (8 PM EST) Fridays.

In a communications emergency, monitor W1AW for special bulletins as
follows: Voice on the hour, Teleprinter at 15 minutes past the hour,
and CW on the half hour.
 
All licensed amateurs may operate the station from 1500 UTC to 1700
UTC (10 AM to 12 PM EST), and then from 1800 UTC to 2045 UTC (1 PM
to 3:45 PM EST) Monday through Friday.  Be sure to bring your
current FCC amateur radio license or a photocopy.

The W1AW Operating Schedule may also be found on page 93 in the
January 2007 issue of QST or on the web at,
http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html .
NNNN
/EX


                    Subpart E--Technical Regulations

Sec. 95.627  FRS unit channel frequencies.

    (a) The FRS unit channel frequencies are:

-------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Channel No.                             (MHz)
-------------------------------------------------------------------
1.......................................................        462.5625
2.......................................................        462.5875
3.......................................................        462.6125
4.......................................................        462.6375
5.......................................................        462.6625
6.......................................................        462.6875
7.......................................................        462.7125
8.......................................................        467.5625
9.......................................................        467.5875
10......................................................        467.6125
11......................................................        467.6375
12......................................................        467.6625
13......................................................        467.6875
14......................................................        467.7125
-------------------------------------------------------------------- ----

    (b) Each FRS unit must be maintained within a frequency tolerance of
0.00025%.

[61 FR 28769, June 6, 1996]

THIS IS AN OLD LIST OF "FAMOUS HAMS." 

I don't recall where I got it, or when.  Obviously there have been some changes.  If you know of a famous ham, email me about him/her, and I'll add that person to this list.

 

7L2NJY Dr Mamoru Mohri, Japanese astronaut
               9K2CS Prince Yousuf Al-Sabah
               9N1MM Father Marshall Moran, missionary (SK)
               A41AA Qaboos Bin Said Al-Said, Sultan of Oman
               EA0JC Juan Carlos, King of Spain
               FO5GJ Marlon Brando aka Martin Brandeaux, actor
               G2DQU Lord Rix (formerly Sir Brian), former actor and
charity head
               G3TZH Tony Dolby, brother of "the" Dolby
               G3YLA Jim Bacon OBE, weatherman
               GB1MIR Helen Sharman, astronaut
               HS1A Bhumiphol Adulayadej, King of Thailand
               I0FCG Francesco Cossiga, former President of Italy
               JA5FHB Japanese Minister for Transport and Communications

               JY1 King Hussein of Jordan
               JY1NH Offspring?
               JY2 Queen of above
               K0HWY Tex Beneke, band leader
               K1OKI Mickey Schulhof, head of Sony US
               K2HEP John Sculley, CEO of Apple (lapsed)
               K2ORS Jean Shepard, author
               K4LIB Arthur Godfrey, TV performer (SK)
               K6DUE Roy Neal, television reporter
               K7TA Clifford Stoll, author & scientist
               K7UGA Senator (US) Barry Goldwater
               KB2GSD Walter Cronkite, newsman
               KB6LQR Jeana Yeager, Voyager '86 pilot
               KB6LQS Dick Rutan, Voyager '86 pilot
               KB6OLJ Paul J Cohen, mathematician
               KC4OCA Gordon Barnes, weatherman
               KD6BUP James Treybig Jr, son of W6JKV?
               KD6OY Garry Shandling, comedian
               KG7JF Jeff Duntemann, author
               LU1SM Carlos Saul Menem, President of Argentina
               N4KET David French, CNN newsman
               N4RH Ralph Haller, FCC PRB chief
               N5YYV Kathy Sullivan, Chief Scientist NOAA (former
astronaut)
               N6FUP Stu Cook[s], baseball player
               N6GGM Laura, XYL of N6FUP
               N6KGB Stewart Granger (born James Stewart), actor
               NK7U Joe Rudi, baseball player
               ON1AFD Count Dirk Frimouth, Belgian astronaut
               S21A Head of Bangladeshi PTT
               SU1VN/P Prince Talal of Saudi Arabia
               SV2ASP/A Monk Apollo
               U2MIR/UV3AMMusa Manarov, cosmonaut
               UA1LO Yuri Gagarin, cosmonaut (SK)
               VK2BL Graham Connelly, radio announcer
               VK2DIK Dick Smith, entrepreneur & millionaire
               VK2IG Dave Grey, Deputy Commissioner
               VK2KB Sir Allan Fairhall, politician
               VK2YOW Bob Hughes, radio announcer
               VR6TC Tom Christian, great**n-grandson of Fletcher
Christian
               VU2RG Rajiv Gandhi, Prime Minister of India (SK)
               VU2SON Sonia Gandhi, XYL of VU2RG
               W0ORE Tony England, astronaut
               W2TQ Joel Miller, IEEE lawyer
               W3ACE Armin Meyer, US Ambassador to Japan
               W4ZG Worth Gruelle, started Raggedy Ann and Andy
               W5LFL Owen Garriot, astronaut
               W6EZV General Curtis LeMay (SK)
               W6FZZ Samuel F.B. Morse III
               W6JKV James Treybig, CEO of Tandem
               W6QHS President of California Microware
               W6QYI Cardinal Roger Mahony
               W6ZH Herbert Hoover Jr (son of ARRL Pres, grandson of US
Pres)
               W8JK John Kraus (astronomer?)
               WA2MKI Larry Ferrari, organ player
               WA4CZD Chet Atkins, GUITAR PLAYER (SK)
               WA4SIR Ron Parise, astronaut
               WA7WYV Andy Griffith, actor
               WB4KCG Ronnie Milsap, singer
               WB6ACU Joe Walsh, singer
               WB6RER Andy Devine, actor (SK)
               WD4SKT Donnie Osmond (Entertainer)
 

HURRICANE SEASON FREQUENCIES

 

This is from rec.radio.shortwave: UPDATED.  SOME CHANGES 8-20-2007
 
 Frequencies of interest during hurricane season
 ------------------------------------------------------------
 03815.0  Inter-island 75 meter frequency (24 hour/day watch)
 03815.0  LSB Antigua / Antilles net
 03818.0  Antilles net
 03915.0  South Carolina Emergency NET

 3935  Southwest Traffic Net

Also, Gulf Coast Hurricane Net
 04270.0  FAX pictures from CFH Halifax
 04429.0  USCG broadcasts from NMN Portsmouth VA **
 06330.0  FAX pictures from CFH Halifax
 06673.0  Aircraft NOAA43
 07165.0  Inter-island 40 meter frequency (24 hour/day watch)
 07165.0  LSB Antigua / Antilles net
 07232.0  South Carolina Emergency NET
 07243.0  South Carolina Emergency NET
 08080.0  FAX pictures from NMN
 08765.0  USCG broadcasts from NMN Portsmouth VA **
 08765.0  Health and Welfare traffic
 08993.0  USB Air Force and Coast Guard
 10536.0  FAX pictures from CFH Halifax
 11245.0  Gull calling Teal (Macdill AFB Tampa)
 11246.0  Hurricane Hunter Gull 15
 11249.5  Gull 17 heading home calling Macdill
 13113.0  USCG broadcasts from NMN Portsmouth VA **
 13245.0  USB Antigua / Antilles net
 13510.0  FAX pictures from CFH Halifax
 14150.0  Ham net
 14265.0 SATERN, Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network  (this is an H&W net only)

 14283.0  Caribus NET (+/- 3 khz. during QRM)
 14283.0  Health and Welfare traffic
 14303.0  Health and Welfare traffic
 14300.0  The Maritime Mobile Net days, Pacific Seafarer's Net, evenings.
 14316.0  Health and Welfare traffic
 14325.0  Hurricane Watch Net (Hams+Natl Hurricane Ctr)
 14375.0  Ham net
 17307.0  USCG broadcasts from NMN Portsmouth VA **
 18019.0  Gull calling Teal (Macdill AFB Tampa)
 21310.0  Health & Welfare In Spanish
 28450.0  Health & Welfare In Spanish
 
 USCG weather broadcasts occur at:
 0400  0530  1000  1130  1600  1730  2200  2330 UTC
 
 Hurricane hunter aircraft:
 6673.0  11398.0  13354.0  21937.0
 
 Amateur Emergency Nets in Hurricane Areas
 frequencies in kHz - Mode: USB or LSB
 
 Alabama                         3695.0
 Antilles                        7165.0
 Southern LA                     7245.0
 Baja                            7235.0
 Belize                          3935.0  7250.0
 Bermuda                        14275.0
 Caribbean Emergency            14185.0
 Caribbean Maritime Mobile       7115.0 (1200Z)
 Caribean WX                     3808.0 (1030Z)
 California WX                   3948.0 (1400Z)
 Georgia                         3975.0
 Gulf Coast Central Hurr.        3935.0  7245.0
 Gulf Coast West Hurr.           3845.0  7260.0
 Gulf Coast (Outgoing only)      3967.0  7283.0
 Gulf Coast WX                   3995.0  7290.0
 Gulf Coast Health and Welfare   3993.5  7264.0
 Interamericas H&W              21390.0
 Lake Charles, LA                3993.5  7264.0
 Louisiana                      14340.0 (1900Z)
 Manana                          7070.0
 Mexican National                3987.5
 Mississippi ARES                3923.0  3910.0
 North Carolina                  3915.0
 South Carolina                  3915.0
 South Texas Emergency           3955.0
 Texas Emergency                 7240.0  7250.0
 Texas Traffic/H&W               3691.0  7290.0 day  3910.0 night
 Transatlantic Maritime Mobile  21400.0
 Waterway                        7268.0
 
 Whenever a hurricane  is within  300 miles  of land  in the northern
 western hemisphere, the Hurricane Watch Net is operational on 14.325
 USB MHz.  The Hurricane Watch Net provides communication between the
 National Hurricane Center and the affected areas.
 
 +------------------------------------------------------------- --------+
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 | Record Information Center         Work: (609)-683-6039              |
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SCANNERS - General Usage Commerical Scanner Frequency List

Here are some useful and fun scanning frequencies.



Cellular Telephone

          Chs        Freqs (base)        System

        800-832    869.040 - 870.000    RCC - voice
          1-312    870.030 - 879.360    RCC - voice
        313-333    879.390 - 879.990    RCC - data
        334-354    880.020 - 880.620    Telco - data
        355-666    880.650 - 889.980    Telco - voice
        667-716    890.010 - 891.480    RCC - voice
        717-799    891.510 - 893.970    Telco - voice

        Mobiles transmit 45 MHz below the base (824.040-848.970) and
    are usually repeated by the base. Channels are 30 kHz apart.
        Channels 800-832 are also identified as Chs 991-1023.


Cordless Telephone  

       Channel    Base     Handset

         1       43.72     48.76
         2       43.74     48.84  
         3       43.82     48.86 
         4       43.84     48.92 
         5       43.92     49.02
         6       43.96     49.08
         7       44.12     49.10
         8       44.16     49.16
         9       44.18     49.20 
        10       44.20     49.24
        11       44.32     49.28 
        12       44.36     49.36
        13       44.40     49.40
        14       44.46     49.46
        15       44.48     49.50
        16       46.61     49.67   
        17  B    46.63     49.845
        18  C    46.67     49.86   
        19       46.71     49.77   
        20  D    46.73     49.875  
        22  E    46.83     49.89 
        23       46.87     49.93 
        24       46.93     49.99
        25       46.97     49.97 
                                                                   
        Effective 05 June 95, an additional 15 channels are     
    authorized and the original 10 channels are renumbered 16-25.


Mobile Telephone 

    VHF - 30 kHz spacing

        Base:    152.030 - 152.210   RCC
                 152.510 - 152.810   telco
        Mobile:  157.770 - 158.070   telco
                 158.490 - 158.670   RCC

    UHF - 25 kHz spacing

        Base:    454.025 - 454.350   RCC
                 454.375 - 454.650   telco
        Mobile:  459.025 - 459.350   RCC
                 459.375 - 459.650   telco

        Many of these channels may now be used for paging,
    specifically 152.78, which is a nationwide page.


Air to Ground Telephone

        Ch      Ground    Airborne

    Signaling   454.675  (459.675)
         6      454.700   459.700
         7      454.725   459.725
         5      454.750   459.750
         8      454.775   459.775
         4      454.800   459.800
         9      454.825   459.825
         3      454.850   459.850
        10      454.875   459.875
         2      454.900   459.900
        11      454.925   459.925
         1      454.950   459.950
        12      454.975   459.975

        Transmissions are FM. Ground stations repeat the airborne
    half of the conversation, and transmit a continuous tone when
    idle. From one to four channels are assigned in a particular
    area.

800 MHz Air to Ground Telephone 

              - -  Airborne  - -
       Blk     Ch 1   -  Ch 29

        10   894.0055 - 894.1735
         9   894.2055 - 894.3735
         8   894.4055 - 894.5735          Guard Band -
         7   894.6055 - 894.7735             .x765-.x797
         6   894.8055 - 894.9735
         5   895.0055 - 895.1735          Control Channels -
         4   895.2055 - 895.3735             .x813-.x973
         3   895.4055 - 895.5735
         2   895.6055 - 895.7735
         1   895.8055 - 895.9735

        Transmissions are AM. Channels are spaced 6 kHz apart. A
    specific block of 29 channels is assigned to each geographical
    area. Ground frequencies are 45 MHz lower and do not echo the
    airborne half of the conversation.
        Service is used on passenger airlines.


Television

        Ch      Range       Video      Audio

         2     54 -  60     55.250     59.750
         3     60 -  66     61.250     65.750
         4     66 -  72     67.250     71.750
         5     76 -  82     77.250     81.750
         6     82 -  88     83.250     87.750
         7    174 - 180    175.250    179.750
         8    180 - 186    181.250    185.750
         9    186 - 192    187.250    191.750
        10    192 - 198    193.250    197.750
        11    198 - 204    199.250    203.750
        12    204 - 210    205.250    209.750
        13    210 - 216    211.250    215.750
        14    470 - 476    471.250    475.750
        15    476 - 482    477.250    481.750
        ..    ... - ...    .......    .......
        68    794 - 800    795.250    799.750
        69    800 - 806    801.250    805.750

        Note the gaps between chs 4/5, 6/7, and 13/14.
        Freqs in the 470-512 MHz range (Ch 14-20) may be assigned to
    Public Service mobile use in major metro areas.  No transmitters
    are allowed on 608-614 MHz (Ch 37).
        Each TV channel is 6 MHz wide. The video carrier is 1.25 MHz
    above the start of the range. The audio carrier is 0.25 MHz below
    the end of the range. Television audio is wideband FM.
        Some TV stations may be offset +/- 10 kHz.


    Cable TV                                                [76.605]
                                                        [EIA IS-132]
                   Ch         MHz
                 2 - 13     54 - 216     (same as broadcast VHF)
                14 - 22    120 - 174     Mid band     Ch. A-I    
                23 - 36    216 - 300     Super band       J-W    
                37 - 53    300 - 402    (Hyper band)      AA-QQ  
              ( 54 - 65    402 - 474 )                          
              ( 95 - 99     90 - 120 )                         


Citizens Band  

      Ch    Freq       Ch    Freq       Ch    Freq       Ch    Freq

       1   26.965      11   27.085      21   27.215      31   27.315
       2   26.975      12   27.105 *    22   27.225      32   27.325
       3   26.985      13   27.115      23   27.255 -    33   27.335
       4   27.005 *    14   27.125      24   27.235 -    34   27.345
       5   27.015      15   27.135      25   27.245 -    35   27.355
       6   27.025      16   27.155 *    26   27.265      36   27.365
       7   27.035      17   27.165      27   27.275      37   27.375
       8   27.055 *    18   27.175      28   27.285      38   27.385
       9   27.065      19   27.185      29   27.295      39   27.395
      10   27.075      20   27.205 *    30   27.305      40   27.405


    *  26.995, 27.045, 27.095, 27.145, 27.195  =>  Remote Control
    -  note break in sequence  (27.255 shared with R/C)


GMRS - General Mobile Radio Service  
 
             Base/mobile    repeater I/P

              462.5500       467.5500
              462.5625
              462.5750       467.5750
              462.5875
              462.6000       467.6000
              462.6125
              462.6250       467.6250
              462.6375
              462.6500       467.6500
              462.6625
              462.6750       467.6750
              462.6875
              462.7000       467.7000
              462.7125
              462.7250       467.7250

        In addition to the station's licensed channel, 462.675 may
    be used for emergency and traveler's aid by all stations.
    Interstitial channels (462.xxx5) may be used only in simplex
    mode with voice transmissions of no more than 5 watts.


Railroads

        Ch     Freq

         2    159.810
         3    159.930
         4    160.050
         5    160.185
         6    160.200
         7    160.215
         8    160.230
        ..    .......
        96    161.550
        97    161.565

        The channel designation is that assigned by the Association
    of American Railroads. Chs 2 thru 6 are used only in Canada.
    Above channel 6, spacing is 15 kz.


Marine VHF 
     
        Ch     Ship             Ch     Ship

                                60    156.025
         1    156.050           61    156.075
         2    156.100           62    156.125
         3    156.150           63    156.175
         4    156.200           64    156.225
        ..    .......           ..    .......
        25    157.250           85    157.275
        26    157.300           86    157.325
        27    157.350           87    157.375
        28    157.400           88    157.425

        Shore stations are 4.600 MHz above the ship frequency. In
    U.S. waters the shore frequency may be used on Chs 20, 24-28 &
    84-87.  Chs 1-5 & 60-64 are shared with other services. Chs 75
    & 76 are reserved as guard bands for ch 16.
        Specific assignments include:
              06    156.300    Intership Safety
              13    156.650    Bridge-to-Bridge       
              15    156.750    Weather, notices, etc
              16    156.800    General Calling / Distress
              22    157.100    Coast Guard Liaison


    On-board Communications:

        Ch     mobile    repeater
         1    467.750    457.525
         2    467.775    457.550
         3    467.800    457.575
         4    467.825    457.600



Ambulances  
   
             Hospital   Ambulance
    Med-9     462.950    467.950  
    Med-1     463.000    468.000   
    Med-2     463.025    468.025   
    Med-3     463.050    468.050 
    Med-4     463.075    468.075  
    Med-5     463.100    468.100   
    Med-6     463.125    468.125   
    Med-7     463.150    468.150   
    Med-8     463.175    468.175  


Weather - NOAA broadcasts

        Ch     Freq.

         1    162.550
         2    162.400
         3    162.475
         4    162.425
         5    162.450
         6    162.500
         7    162.525
              161.650  }   Environment Canada
              161.775  }     (marine weather)


Broadcast Remote Pickup

             25.87 -  26.45  @  20/40 kHz intervals
            152.87 - 153.35  @  60 kHz intervals
            161.64 - 161.76  @  30 kHz intervals
            450.050 - 450.850  }  @  50/100 kHz
            455.050 - 455.850  }     intervals 

Film and Video Production

            152.87   152.90   152.93   152.96   152.99   153.02
            173.225  173.275  173.325  173.375

Wireless mikes

            169.445  169.505  170.245  170.305
            171.045  171.105  171.845  171.905
            plus unused FM/TV broadcast channels         

Dot Frequencies                                                 
                                      
    Dot color                        Other                  
      Red       151.625                "J" Dot      467.7625
      Purple    151.955                "K" Dot      467.8125
      Green     154.600                Gold Star    467.875
      White     462.575                Red Star     467.900
      Black     462.625                Blue Star    467.925
      Orange    462.675  
      Brown     464.500 
      Yellow    464.550 
                                                                   
        "Dot" stickers are used by the manufacturer or distributer to
    indicate the frequency of otherwise identical transceivers. They
    are often found in rental inventories and on construction sites.
        Note that the 462.xxx frequencies are for GMRS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
 

SB QST @ ARL $ARLB009
ARLB009 W1AW 2004 Spring/Summer Operating Schedule

ZCZC AG09
QST de W1AW 
ARRL Bulletin 9  ARLB009
>From ARRL Headquarters 
Newington CT  April 6, 2004
To all radio amateurs

SB QST ARL ARLB009
ARLB009 W1AW 2004 Spring/Summer Operating Schedule

Morning Schedule:

Time                  Mode     Days
-------------------   ----     ---------
1300 UTC (9 AM ET)    CWs      Wed, Fri
1300 UTC (9 AM ET)    CWf      Tue, Thu

Daily Visitor Operating Hours:

1400 UTC to 1600 UTC - (10 AM to 12 PM ET)
1700 UTC to 1945 UTC - (1 PM to 3:45 PM ET)

(Station closed 1600 to 1700 UTC (12 PM to 1 PM ET))

Afternoon/Evening Schedule:

2000 UTC (4 PM ET)      CWf      Mon, Wed, Fri
2000  "      "          CWs      Tue, Thu
2100  "  (5 PM ET)      CWb      Daily
2200  "  (6 PM ET)      RTTY     Daily
2300  "  (7 PM ET)      CWs      Mon, Wed, Fri
2300  "      "          CWf      Tue, Thu
0000  "  (8 PM ET)      CWb      Daily
0100  "  (9 PM ET)      RTTY     Daily
0145  "  (9:45 PM ET)   VOICE    Daily
0200  "  (10 PM ET)     CWf      Mon, Wed, Fri
0200  "      "          CWs      Tue, Thu
0300  "  (11 PM ET)     CWb      Daily
 
 
                         Frequencies (MHz)
                         -----------------
CW:    1.8175 3.5815 7.0475 14.0475  18.0975 21.0675 28.0675 147.555
RTTY:     -   3.625  7.095  14.095   18.1025 21.095  28.095  147.555
VOICE:  1.855 3.990  7.290  14.290   18.160  21.390  28.590  147.555
 
Notes:

CWs = Morse Code practice (slow) = 5, 7.5, 10, 13 and 15 WPM
CWf = Morse Code practice (fast) = 35, 30, 25, 20, 15, 13 and 10 WPM 
CWb = Morse Code Bulletins = 18 WPM

CW frequencies include code practices, Qualifying Runs and CW
bulletins.

RTTY = Teleprinter Bulletins = BAUDOT (45.45 baud) and AMTOR-FEC
(100 Baud). ASCII (110 Baud) is sent only as time allows.

Code practice texts are from QST, and the source of each practice is
given at the beginning of each practice and at the beginning of
alternate speeds.

On Tuesdays and Fridays at 2230 UTC (6:30 PM ET), Keplerian Elements
for active amateur satellites are sent on the regular teleprinter
frequencies.

A DX bulletin replaces or is added to the regular bulletins between
0000 UTC (8 PM ET) Thursdays and 0000 UTC (8 PM ET) Fridays.

In a communications emergency, monitor W1AW for special bulletins as
follows: Voice on the hour, Teleprinter at 15 minutes past the hour,
and CW on the half hour.
 
FCC licensed amateurs may operate the station from 1400 UTC to 1600
UTC (10 AM to 12 PM ET), and then from 1700 UTC to 1945 UTC (1 PM to
3:45 PM ET) Monday through Friday.  Be sure to bring your current
FCC amateur license or a photocopy.

The complete W1AW Operating Schedule may be found on page 101 in the
April 2004 issue of QST or on the web at,
http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html .
NNNN
/EX

AMATEUR AM FREQUENCIES.   All Frequencies in MHz

    160 Meters: 1.885, 1.900, 1.945, 1.985

    75 Meters: 3.825, 3.870 (West Coast), 3.880, 3.885

    40 Meters: 7.070 (Southern Europe), 7.175, 7.290, 7.295

    20 Meters: 14.286

    17 Meters: 18.150

    15 Meters: 21.285

    10 Meters: 29.000-29.200

    6 Meters: 50.4 (generally).

    2 Meters: 144.4 (Northwest)
                     144.425 (Massachusetts)
                     144.28 (NYC-Long Island)
 

 

 

 WORLDWIDE 5MHz CHANNEL FREQUENCIES FEB 2004

 

CH. NICKNAME = DIAL FREQ = LOCATION = REMARKS

 

Channel 167 = 5167.5 USB (Alaska)[Emergency]

Channel 194 = 5194.5 USB (Germany) [DRA5 Beacon]

Channel 258 = 5258.5 USB (UK)[UKFA]

Channel 267 = 5267.5 USB (Canada) [Beacon]

Channel 278 = 5278.5 USB (UK/Finland)[UKFB]

Channel 288 = 5288.5 USB (UK/Finland)[UKFC]

Channel 298 = 5298.5 USB (Finland)

Channel 327 = 5327.5 USB (Canada)[Experimental]

Channel 330 = 5330.5 USB (USA/Finland)

Channel 346 = 5346.5 USB (USA/Finland)

Channel 366 = 5366.5 USB (USA/Finland)

Channel 371 = 5371.5 USB (USA/Finland)[HFpack USA]

Channel 398 = 5398.5 USB (UK/Finland)[UKFE]

Channel 403 = 5403.5 USB (USA/UK)[HFpack UK][UKFM]

 

Notes:

 

1) Dial Frequency: Above listed frequencies are dial frequencies as you see them on your radio. The centerofchannel offset is already figured out for you.

 

2) Worldwide: The worldwide standard mode for Amateur Radio on 5MHz is Upper Sideband (USB).

 

3) USA: Only USB voice with 2.8kHz bandwidth is authorized in USA

for all General class or higher licensees.

 

4) UK: Voice, Digital, and CW modes within a 3kHz bandwidth are authorised in UK for holders of experimental or N.O.V., and channels are often described by the centreofchannel frequency (dial+1500Hz) or the formal "Foxtrot" designators FAFBFCFEFM.

 

5) Germany: DRA5 Experimental Beacon, operated by DARC (DK0WCYbeacon team), transmits propagation data (dial+1500Hz) CW/RTTY/PSK31.

 

6) Canada: Experimental Station VO1MRC operated temporary CW beacon on Chan 267 (+1500Hz), and Voice QSOs on a specific schedule; on 2021 Dec 2003, VO1MRC transmitted voice on Channel 327 while receiving on Channel 346 and 3807.5 kHz LSB (Marconi Radio Club of Newfoundland). VO1MRC on CW also reported on carrier freq of 5260.5kHz.

 

7) Finland: Finnish Club stations may apply for authorization to operate the 5MHz channels with maximum power of 50 Watts on USB only. The USB dial frequencies for Finland channels are: 5288.6, 5298.6, 5330.6, 5346.6, 5366.6, 5371.6, 5398.6 kHz.

 

8) HFpack: HFpack, The HF Portable Group, maintains daily and weekend skeds and a network of Echolink HF base stations in North America on 5371.5kHz. HFpack operators give priority to HF portable and mobile stations. Everyone is welcome, base, mobile, portable. In the event of an emergency, the HFpack net is activated on this channel. For more information:

http://www.hfpack.com

HFpack Website

 

9) USA Channel Activity Observed:

CH 330= Emergency Nets, General Purpose, Nets

CH 346= General Purpose

CH 366= General Purpose

CH 371= Mobile Calling, Emergency, Echolink, Nets

CH 403= Calling, DXing, Awards, WAS, General Purpose

 

10) Evening/Night Guidelines: 5MHz channels are a shared resource with many users. Amateurs are secondary users and must yield 24 hours per day to primary government stations on the channel (mostly Data and ALE). During evening and night, the propagation range is increased, and interference is more likely. As ham activity increases, the transmission time of each operator is usually kept to a minimum.

 

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EMERGENCY RADIO FREQUENCIES ASSOCIATED WITH

EMERGENCIES AND DISASTERS.

This is a list of both ham and nonham frequencies being used for disaster operations for Hurricane Katrina aftermath along the Gulf Coast.  Undoubtedly some of these are outdated, and also true, some of them, if not most, will be used for other disasters.

NON HAM frequencies are not available to ham radio operators with special licesne and permits

LIST SUPPLIED BY WALT, W5ALT.  THANKS, WALT!


Hurricane Katrina HF Response and Recovery Frequencies

02802.4   USB  American Red Cross Disaster (F-91) **

03171.4  USB   American Red Cross Disaster (F-92) **

05136.4  USB  American  Red Cross Disaster (F-93) **
05141.4  USB  American Red Cross  Disaster (F-94) **
05211.0  USB  FEMA
05236.0  USB   SHARES Coordination Network (nationwide HF voice  coordination)

06859.5  USB  American Red Cross Disaster (F-95)  **

07507.0  USB  USN/USCG hurricane net  (pri)

07550.5  USB  American Red Cross Disaster (F-96 -  primary) **
07698.5  USB  American Red Cross Disaster (F-97)  **

09380.0  USB  USN/USCG hurricane net  (sec)

10493.0  USB  FEMA

14396.5  USB  SHARES  Coordination Network (nationwide HF voice coordination)

**  Type-accepted equipment and an issued US FCC license are required to 
transmit on Red Cross frequencies

AMATEUR HIGH-FREQUENCY GULF COAST  HURRICANE NETS

03845.0  LSB  Gulf Coast West  Hurricane
03862.5  LSB  Mississippi Section  Traffic
03873.0  LSB  Central Gulf Coast Hurricane
03873.0   LSB  Louisiana ARES Emergency (night)
03873.0  LSB  Texas ARES  Emergency (night)
03873.0  LSB  Mississippi ARES  Emergency
03910.0  LSB  Mississippi ARES
03910.0  LSB   Louisiana Traffic
03923.0  LSB  Mississippi ARES
03925.0   LSB  Central Gulf Coast Hurricane
03925.0  LSB  Louisiana  Emergency (altn)
03935.0  LSB  Central Gulf Coast  Hurricane
03935.0  LSB  Louisiana ARES (health &  welfare)
03935.0  LSB  Texas ARES (health &  welfare)
03935.0  LSB  Mississippi ARES (health &  welfare)
03935.0  LSB  Alabama Emergency
03940.0  LSB   Southern Florida Emergency
03950.0  LSB  Northern Florida  Emergency
03955.0  LSB  South Texas Emergency
03965.0   LSB  Alabama Emergency (altn)
03967.0  LSB  Gulf Coast  (outgoing traffic)
03975.0  LSB  Texas RACES
03993.5   LSB  Gulf Coast (health & welfare)
03995.0  LSB  Gulf  Coast Wx

07225.0  LSB  Central Gulf Coast  Hurricane
07235.0  LSB  Louisiana Emergency
07235.0   LSB  Central Gulf Coast Hurricane
07235.0  LSB  Louisiana  Emergency
07240.0  LSB  American Red Cross US Gulf Coast  Disaster
07240.0  LSB  Texas Emergency
07243.0  LSB   Alabama Emergency
07245.0  LSB  Southern Louisiana
07248.0   LSB  Texas RACES
07250.0  LSB  Texas  Emergency
07260.0  LSB  Gulf Coast West Hurricane
07264.0   LSB  Gulf Coast (health & welfare)
07265.0  LSB  Salvation  Army Team Emergency Radio (SATERN) (altn)
07273.0  LSB  Texas ARES  (altn)
07280.0  LSB  NTS Region 5
07280.0  LSB   Louisiana Emergency (altn)
07283.0  LSB  Gulf Coast (outgoing  only)
07285.0  LSB  West Gulf ARES Emergency (day)
07285.0   LSB  Louisiana ARES Emergency (day)
07285.0  LSB  Mississippi  ARES Emergency
07285.0  LSB  Texas ARES Emergency  (day)
07290.0  LSB  Central Gulf Coast Hurricane
07290.0   LSB  Gulf Coast Wx
07290.0  LSB  Texas ARES (health &  welfare)
07290.0  LSB  Louisiana ARES (health & welfare)  (day)
07290.0  LSB  Texas ARES (health &  welfare)
07290.0  LSB  Mississippi ARES (health &  welfare)

14265.0  USB  Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio  (SATERN) (health &
welfare) 14300.0  USB  Intercontinental  Traffic
14300.0  USB  Maritime Mobile Service
14303.0   USB  International Assistance & Traffic
14313.0  USB   Intercontinental Traffic (altn)
14313.0  USB  Maritime Mobile  Service (altn)
14316.0  USB  Health & Welfare
14320.0   USB  Health & Welfare
14325.0  USB  Hurricane Watch  (Amateur-to-National Hurricane Center)
14340.0  USB  Louisiana  (1900)