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Hurricane Watch Frequencies

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At the request of the ARRL, the FCC has declared a voluntary
communications emergency requiring the protection of Amateur
Radio emergency communication frequencies. It is requested
that these frequencies, plus or minus 3 kHz, be protected:

Voluntary declarations were issued by Leroy A. Pittman, CCMC
Watch Officer, FCC, Washington, DC at 1426 UTC September 14,
1999, and by Michael J. Schweigert, CCMC Watch Officer, FCC,
Washington, DC, at 1845 UTC, under the authority of Section
97.301 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. They remain
effective until rescinded.

14.325 USB - National Hurricane Watch Center.

Florida area:
 7242.0 LSB - Daytime Emergency
 3950.0 LSB - Nighttime Emergency

Georgia area:
 7275.0 LSB - Daytime Emergency
 3975.0 LSB - Nighttime Emergency

South Carolina area:
 3993.5 LSB - Emergency only
 3915.0 LSB - Health & Welfare

Vy73,  Mike.   KD9KC    MARS: AAV6EV
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