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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

FYI

H/T: QRZ.COM

For ya'll with the ability to transmit, don't.  Please.  Stay clear of the HF emergency frequencies. Elsewhere, listen first, then transit. 

 It is using the 7 MHz SSB, 144 MHz SSB/FM and 430 MHz SSB/FM.

Many other stations are active and are using various frequencies including some battery powered and others using small generators to exchange rescue and disaster relief operation information with JA1RL and others.

While 3525, 7030, 7043 and 7075 have been mentioned as in use, it's wise to keep those and all of the Centre of Emergency (CoA) clear of normal and non-urgent traffic. There is no call for additional foreign radio amateurs.

God Bless Ya'll !

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