Jón Þóroddur Jónsson, TF3JA, neyðarfjarskiptastjóri Í.R.A. hefur óskað eftir birtingu eftirfarandi orðsendingar frá neyðarfjarskiptastjóra IARU svæðis 1 vegna náttúruhamfaranna í Japan. Orðsendingin varðar tíðnir sem notaðar eru til neyðarfjarskipta á vegum systurfélags okkar í Japan og er þess farið á leit við íslenska leyfishafa að virða þessi forgangsfjarskipti hvað varðar notkun 40 metra bandsins. Orðsendingin er birt óstytt hér á eftir á ensku:

The following information has just bee submitted to the IARU-R1 website following information received from Ken Yamamoto, JA1CJP of JARL.

“HF frequencies are now known to be in use by Japanese amateurs as part of their emergency response:

  • 7043 kHz SSB controled by JR3QHQ the Osaka branch manager of JARL He is gathering incident information on radio and forwarding this information onto the internet.
  • 7075 kHz SSB is operated by JL3YSP in Wakayama occasionally.
  • 7030 kHz which is the JARL emergency communication frequency in their bandplan is in use by JA7RL (JARL regional HQ station).

Would all amateurs please make every effort to avoid interfering with emergency communications on these frequencies.”

This information will also be made available on Twitter and Facebook when published. Since 7030 is mentioned I will also post this to the QRP mailing lists as this is a frequency used by them.

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


Innskot 12.3.2011 kl. 14:50. Í Japan eru alls um 1,3 milljónir radíóamatöra, þannig að Japanir eru sjálfum sér um nógir hvað varðar neyðarfjarskipti. Samkvæmt IARU er því ekki áformað að sendir verði leyfishafar til neyðarfjarskipta í landinu frá öðrum landsfélögum radíóamatöra.

TF2JB

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