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Emergency Communications Azores islands 30 Sep 2019 13:29 #504

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Hurricane Lorenzo - Azores
As hurricane Lorenzo approaches the Azores the emergency network has been activated.
Amateur Radios will be active with the Government and emergency response teams.
Local analog and DMR repeaters, both in VHF and UHF, satellites and HF.
We ask all stations to give way for emergency traffic coming in and out of the Azores islands (CU, CQ8, CR8, CS8 and CT8 prefixes).

WORKING FREQUENCIES:

VHF – Priority Communication Systems (Repeaters) – Faial Island
1 – VHF Repeater (R0) (Cabeço Gordo): 145,600; Shift: -600 kHz; Tone: 123 Hz (coverage Faial Island, Pico and S.Jorge)
2 – VHF (R7) repeater (Pico Verde): 145,775; Shift: -600 kHz; Tone: 123 Hz (west side cover Faial island)
3 – UHF Repeater (Cabeço Gordo): 438,800; Shift: -7.6 MHz; Tone: 123 Hz
4 – Alternative: direct frequency 145,500

UHF – DMR Digital Repeater
DMR Repeater – Faial Island (east side coverage of Faial Island and west of Pico Island)
RX Frequency: 438.300 TX Frequency: 430.700 MHz
Slot2 – TG 26867 (Faial)
Slot1 – TG268 for outdoor communications

HF – Inter-Island Links
1 – 80 meters – 3,760.00 MHz. – 3,770.00 MHz. – 3,750.00 MHz. (Inter-islands)
2 – 40 meters – 7,110.00 MHz. – 7,100.00 MHz. – 7,060.00 MHz. (Inter-island)
3 – 20 meters – 14,300.00 MHz. – 14,310.00 MHz. – 14,320.00 MHz. (Communications with the outside)

Courtesy Carlos Nora - CT1END
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