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>>> Richard Moseson <w2vu@cq-amateur-radio.com> 13/01/2010 4:38 >>>
From the CQ / WorldRadio Online Newsroom:

All radio amateurs are requested to keep 7045 kHz and 3720 kHz clear
for possible emergency traffic related to today's major earthquake in Haiti.

International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Region II Area C Emergency
Coordinator Arnie Coro, CO2KK, reports that as of 0245 UTC on January
13, nothing had been heard from radio amateurs in Haiti, but that the
above frequencies were being kept active in case any Haitian hams
manage to get on the air, and in case of other related events in
surrounding areas, including aftershocks and a possible tsunami.

The following is from an e-mail from CO2KK:

A few minutes after the earthquake was felt in eastern Cuba's cities,
the Cuban Federation of Radio Amateurs Emergency Net was activated,
with net control stations CO8WM and CO8RP located in the city of
Santiago de Cuba, and in permanent contact with the National
Seismology Center of Cuba located in that city.

Stations in the city of Baracoa, in Guantanamo province, were also
activated immediately as the earth movements were felt even stronger
there, due to its proximity to Haiti. CO8AZ and CO8AW went on the air
immediately , with CM8WAL following. At the early phase of the
emergency, the population of the city of Baracoa was evacuated far
away from the coast, as there was a primary alert of a possible
tsunami event or of a heavy wave trains sequence impacting the coast
line at the city's sea wall ...

Baracoa could not contact Santiago de Cuba stations on 40 meters due
to long skip after 5 PM local time, so several stations in western
Cuba and one in the US State of Florida provided relays. CO2KK, as
IARU Region II Area C Emergency Coordinator, helped to organize the
nets , on 7045 kHz and also on 3720 kHz, while local nets in Santiago
de Cuba and Baracoa operated on 2 meters.

As late as 9,45 PM local time 0245 UTC we have not been able to
contact any amateur or emergency services stations in Haiti.

Amateurs from the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela were
monitoring the 40 meter band frequency, that I notified to the IARU
Region II executive Ramon Santoyo XE1KK as in use for the emergency,
requesting that 7045 kHz be kept as clear as possible ...

We are still keeping watch on 7045 kHz hoping that someone in Haiti
may have access to a transceiver and at least a car battery to run it.

All information that has so far come from the Cuban seismologists
tell us of a very intense earthquake, and also of the possibility of
other events following.

Following the advice of the geophysicists, we are keeping the 7045
and 3720 kiloHertz frequencies active until further notice

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>>> Richard Moseson <w2vu@cq-amateur-radio.com> 13/01/2010 17:10 >>>
From the CQ / WorldRadio Online Newsroom:

Some ham radio activity from Haiti is beginning to be heard,
following yesterday's devastating earthquake.

Father John Henault, HH6JH, in Port-au-Prince, made contact late
Wednesday morning with the Intercontinental Assistance and Traffic
Net (IATN) on 14.300 MHz, the IARU Global Centre of Activity
frequency for emergency communications. Based on relays monitored at
W2VU, Father John reported that he and those with him were safe, but
had no power and no phone service. He was operating on battery power
and hoping to get a generator running later in the day. He asked the
station copying him, William Sturridge, KI4MMZ, in Flagler Beach,
Florida, to telephone relatives with information that he was OK.

The following frequencies are in use for earthquake-related traffic
and should be kept clear unless you are able to provide requested assistance:
14300 (IATN), 14265 (SATERN); 7045 (IARU Region II) and 3720 (IARU
Region II) kHz. Additional frequencies may be activated on different
bands at different times of day, so be sure to listen carefully
before transmitting to make sure you are not interfering with
emergency traffic.

We will continue to provide updates as information becomes available.

-- The editors

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Van: r1emcor-bounces@iaru-r1.org [mailto:r1emcor-bounces@iaru-r1.org] Namens
Greg Mossop
Onderwerp: [R1emcor] Haiti Earthquake - Update No 4.

Hi,
the following text has just been submitted to the IARU Region 1
website for publication and will hopefully appear in the next few hours.
The situation in which HI8RCD/HH has had to abort operations is not good !

73,
Greg, G0DUB
IARU Region 1 Emergency Communications Co-Ordinator

The eight amateurs from Radio Club Dominicano (RCD) who were operating
under the callsign HI8RCD/HH have had to abort their operations after
the convoy they were travelling in was fired on.

EB9GF, who is integrated in the Spanish Red Cross contingent, was able
to contact the colleagues from the Radio Club Dominicano (RCD). The RCD
has currently two VHF repeaters in use for operations:

- 146.970 (-600), CTCSS 100 Hz. Placed in the Dominican Republic. Please
note that the old frequency 147.970 seems to be wrong.
- 145.350 (-600), CTCSS 100 Hz. New repeater active near the border with
Haiti.

RCD initially reported that their team crossed the Haitian border at
10:50 hours haitian time arriving at the Dominican Embassy in Haiti at
14:29 hours when they started installing and testing their equipment.

Within a few hours though, reports via the RCD Facebook page confirmed
by a long telephone conversation between Hugo Ramón HI8VRS and Ramon
Sanyoyo V, XE1KK reported that the HI8RCD team of eight amateurs, were
back in the border town of Jimani (Dominican Republic). Their convoy,
which included other non related Dominicans, was assaulted and one
person reported dead.

The Radio Amateurs were uninjured but decided to leave the capital for
safety and return to the border unescorted. They report the situation as
extremely unsafe and scary.

The repeaters they have installed remain in service linking the Haitian
and Dominican capitals, and are being used by the Red Cross and Civil
Defense since there is no other way to communicate. The station at the
Embassy in Haiti could not be activated though.

To confirm, all members of the HCD team are safe and have returned to
Jimanji in the Dominican Republic.

In other reports, John Henault HH6JH who is engaged in Missionary work
with homeless children in Port au Prince continues to make contacts on
20m using power from a neighbour's generator and very pleased that
amateur radio enabled him to let his friends in the USA know he was alive.

Another radio amateur in the country, Pierre Petry HH2/HB9AMO who works
for the UN food program is also safe. However nothing is known at this
stage of about another ten hams in Haiti.

Thanks to Ismael EA4FSI, Cesar HR2P and Jim VK3PC for their reports.

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