Notfunk Schweiz wünscht Ihre Mithilfe : « Mexico requests frequency clearance »

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Notfunk Schweiz wünscht Ihre Mithilfe : « Mexico requests frequency clearance »

Deutsche Version: Notfunk Schweiz wünscht Ihre Mithilfe : « Mexico requests frequency clearance »
Version française:
Le « Réseau radio de secours » Suisse requiert votre aide ; « Mexico requests frequency clearance »
Versione italiana: La Rete Radio di Emergenza Svizzera chiede il vostro aiuto; il Messico chiede la liberazione delle frequenze
English version: The Swiss “Emergency Radio Network” asks for your help; “Mexico requests frequency clearance”.

Notfunk Schweiz wünscht Ihre Mithilfe : « Mexico requests frequency clearance »

Der Mexicanische Amateurfunkverein (FMRE) hat sich, nach dem Orcan « Otis » aus der IARU Region 2 gemeldet (siehe Originaltext), um alle Funkamateur zu bitten, die

Notfunkfrequenzen

20m band: 14 120 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
80m band: 3690 kHz

zu meiden und für üblichen QSO nicht zu verwenden.

Vielen Dank für Ihren Mitwirken.

USKA – Notfunk
HB9DBB Jean-Michel

Link: https://www.iaru-r1.org/

Original Meldung:

“FMRE REQUESTS ADDITIONAL FREQUENCY PROTECTION IN THE 20 METER BAND”

The Mexican Federation of Radio Experimenters requests through its
Emergency Coordinator, Zian Julio Aguirre Taboada, XE1ATZ, additional
protection of the 14 120 kHz frequency, 20 meter band, which they are
using in emergency communications in response to damage caused by
Hurricane Otis in the state of Guerrero. It should be noted that at
00:00 UTC on October 27, the SSB CQ WW contest will begin, so
colleagues are asked to help so as not to affect these communications.

Summary of frequencies for which protection has been requested:

80m band: 3690 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
20m band: 14 120 kHz

We appreciate the help of colleagues from all regions in supporting
emergency communications in Mexico.

Carlos Alberto Santamaría González, CO2JC.
Emergency Coordinator, IARU R2.”

Le « Réseau radio de secours » Suisse requiert votre aide ; « Mexico requests frequency clearance »

L’Association radioamateur mexicaine (FMRE), suite à l’ouragan « Otis », qui a dévasté différentes régions de la Zone I’IARU 2 ,  prie les radioamateurs (voir texte original) de préserver les

fréquences radios d’urgences

bande 20m: 14 120 kHz
bande 40m: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
bande 80m: 3690 kHz

En évitant tout QSO sur ces fréquences.

Merci pour votre coopération.

USKA – « Réseau radio de secours »
HB9DBB Jean-Michel

Link: https://www.iaru-r1.org/

Message original;

“FMRE REQUESTS ADDITIONAL FREQUENCY PROTECTION IN THE 20 METER BAND”

The Mexican Federation of Radio Experimenters requests through its
Emergency Coordinator, Zian Julio Aguirre Taboada, XE1ATZ, additional
protection of the 14 120 kHz frequency, 20 meter band, which they are
using in emergency communications in response to damage caused by
Hurricane Otis in the state of Guerrero. It should be noted that at
00:00 UTC on October 27, the SSB CQ WW contest will begin, so
colleagues are asked to help so as not to affect these communications.

Summary of frequencies for which protection has been requested:

80m band: 3690 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
20m band: 14 120 kHz

We appreciate the help of colleagues from all regions in supporting
emergency communications in Mexico.

Carlos Alberto Santamaría González, CO2JC.
Emergency Coordinator, IARU R2.”

 

La Rete Radio di Emergenza Svizzera chiede il vostro aiuto; il Messico chiede la liberazione delle frequenze

L’Associazione messicana dei radioamatori (FMRE), a seguito dell’uragano “Otis”, che ha devastato diverse regioni della Zona I’IARU 2, chiede ai radioamatori (vedi testo originale) di preservare le frequenze di emergenza

frequenze radio di emergenza

banda 20m: 14 120 kHz
Banda 40m: 7060 kHz e 7095 kHz
Banda 80m: 3690 kHz

Evitare tutti i QSO su queste frequenze.

Grazie per la vostra collaborazione.

USKA – “Rete radio di emergenza”
HB9DBB Jean-Michel

Link: https://www.iaru-r1.org/

Messaggio originale:

“FMRE REQUESTS ADDITIONAL FREQUENCY PROTECTION IN THE 20 METER BAND”

The Mexican Federation of Radio Experimenters requests through its
Emergency Coordinator, Zian Julio Aguirre Taboada, XE1ATZ, additional
protection of the 14 120 kHz frequency, 20 meter band, which they are
using in emergency communications in response to damage caused by
Hurricane Otis in the state of Guerrero. It should be noted that at
00:00 UTC on October 27, the SSB CQ WW contest will begin, so
colleagues are asked to help so as not to affect these communications.

Summary of frequencies for which protection has been requested:

80m band: 3690 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
20m band: 14 120 kHz

We appreciate the help of colleagues from all regions in supporting
emergency communications in Mexico.

Carlos Alberto Santamaría González, CO2JC.
Emergency Coordinator, IARU R2.”

 

The Swiss “Emergency Radio Network” asks for your help; “Mexico requests frequency clearance”.

The Mexican Amateur Radio Association (FMRE), in the wake of Hurricane “Otis”, which has devastated various regions of Zone I’IARU 2, is asking radio amateurs (see original text) to preserve emergency

emergency radio frequencies

20m band: 14 120 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
80m band: 3690 kHz

Avoiding any QSO on these frequencies.

Thank you for your cooperation.

USKA – “Emergency Radio Network”
HB9DBB Jean-Michel

Link: https://www.iaru-r1.org/

Original Text:

“FMRE REQUESTS ADDITIONAL FREQUENCY PROTECTION IN THE 20 METER BAND”

The Mexican Federation of Radio Experimenters requests through its
Emergency Coordinator, Zian Julio Aguirre Taboada, XE1ATZ, additional
protection of the 14 120 kHz frequency, 20 meter band, which they are
using in emergency communications in response to damage caused by
Hurricane Otis in the state of Guerrero. It should be noted that at
00:00 UTC on October 27, the SSB CQ WW contest will begin, so
colleagues are asked to help so as not to affect these communications.

Summary of frequencies for which protection has been requested:

80m band: 3690 kHz
40m band: 7060 kHz and 7095 kHz
20m band: 14 120 kHz

We appreciate the help of colleagues from all regions in supporting
emergency communications in Mexico.

Carlos Alberto Santamaría González, CO2JC.
Emergency Coordinator, IARU R2.”

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