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Asunto:Re: [dxcolombia] RED DE EMERGENCIA - FRECUENCIAS
Fecha:Domingo, 17 de Enero, 2010  00:42:21 (-0500)
Autor:Bob <hk1aa.dx @.....com>
En respuesta a:Mensaje 6378 (escrito por Jose Luis)

Lo más importante es dejar las frecuencias libres, solo para que la usen las estaciones que están colaborando en la emergencia y solo intervenir cuando podamos establecer un enlace con o hacia el area de desastre, por solicitud de la estación coordinadora. Hace un rato escuche en RTTY a UR7GO en 7045.2 llamando CQ TEST y le solicité en un cluster que por favor hiciera QSY porque la frecuencia estaba en uso de la emergencia de Haití. La otra estación que está en la frecuencia en CW es K4LDI coordinando una net  de emergencias para Haiti.

Les anexo el cuadro de frecuencia ALE de emergencias.

Roberto
HK1AA

ALE Automatic Link Establishment Channel List
International Amateur Radio Service
CH
#

FREQ
kHz
SIDE 
BAND
COMM 
USE
DESCRIPTION 

NET
NAME
IARU Region
Activity
01 1806.0USB DATA
Local
QRZ
Region 2
Region 3
021840.5 USBDATA
Local
QRZ
Region 1
031845.0 USBVOICE
International and Emergency/Disaster Relief
HFL
All Regions
04 1996.0USB VOICE
North America
HFL
Region 2
053584.5 USBDATA
Regional
QRZ
Region 2
Region 3
06 3596.0USB DATA
PRIMARY

Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot Region 2
07 3617.0USB DATA
Regional
QRZ
Pilot Region 1
08 3626.0USB DATA
VOICE
Regional
QRZ
All Regions
09 3791.0USB VOICE
PRIMARY

International, DX, and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
103845.0 USBVOICE North America East
HFL
Region 2
11 3996.0USB VOICE North America West
HFL
Region 2
12 *5371.5USB EMERGENCY
Emergency/Disaster Relief
-
All Regions
13*5403.5 USBEMERGENCY
Emergency/Disaster Relief
-
All Regions
147040.5 USBDATA
International 
QRZ
Pilot Region 1
15 7065.0USB VOICE
DATA
International 
QRZ
All Regions
16 7099.5USB DATA
Regional
QRZ
All Regions
17 7102.0 USBDATA
PRIMARY

Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
 Pilot Region 2
Region 1
 Region 3
18 7110.5USB DATA Regional
QRZ
All Regions
19 7185.5 USBVOICE
PRIMARY

International/Regional and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
20 7296.0USB VOICE North America West
HFL
Region 2
21 10136.5USB DATA
VOICE
International, Regional
QRZ
All Regions
22 10142.5USB DATA
International
QRZ
All Regions
23 10145.5 USBDATA
PRIMARY

Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief
HFN
Pilot All Regions 
24 14100.5USB DATA International QRZ
All Regions
25 14109.0 USBDATA
PRIMARY

Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot All Regions
26 14112.0USB DATA
International
QRZ
All Regions
27 14342.5USB VOICE
International
QRZ
All Regions
28 14346.0 USBVOICE
PRIMARY

International/Regional and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
29 18104.5USB DATA InternationalQRZ
All Regions
30 18106.0 USBDATA
Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot Region 2
Pilot Region 3
3118117.5 USB VOICE
PRIMARY
International/Regional and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
32 18157.5USB VOICE International
QRZ
All Regions
33 21096.0 USBDATA
PRIMARY

Global
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot Region 2
Pilot Region 3
3421116.0 USBDATA
International
QRZ
Pilot Region 1
3521437.5 USB VOICE
PRIMARY

International/Regional and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
36 24926.0 USBDATA
PRIMARY

International and
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot All Regions
37 24932.0USB VOICE
PRIMARY

DX/Regional Voice and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL
All Regions
3828146.0 USB DATA
PRIMARY

International and
High Frequency Network and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFN
Pilot Region 2
Pilot Region 3
39 28312.5USB VOICE
PRIMARY

International/Regional and
Emergency/Disaster Relief

HFL All Regions
Pilot Region 1
40 28327.5USB VOICE International; Local
QRZ
All Regions
41 50162.5USB VOICE
DATA
Local
QRZ
All Regions
42 144162.5USB VOICE
DATA
Local
QRZ
All Regions







PRIMARY NETS - AMATEUR RADIO ALE
Net Call : HFN 
Global High Frequency Network
Type: Open Primary DATA Net
10 Time Slots
Any ham may join this net in SLOT#1 only
All other slots are reserved for 
 HFN Pilot Stations

Sounding: Automatic
Scan all channels in this list:
Net Call : HFL 
Voice Net, and International 
Emergency/ Disaster Relief Net 

Type: Open Primary VOICE Net
10 Time Slots
Any ham may join this net in any random Slot.
Sounding: Manual
Pick a maximum of 10 channels 
to scan in this list:

3596.0 USB International1845.0 USB International
7102.0 USB International 1996.0 USB North America
10145.5 USB International3791.0 USB International
14109.0 USB International 3845.0 USB North America East
18106.0 USB International3996.0 USB North America West
21096.0 USB International 7185.5 USB International, N.America East
24926.0 USB International 7296.0 USB North America West
28146.0 USB International14346.0 USB International

18117.5 USB International

21437.5 USB International

24932.0 USB International

28312.5 USB International




INFORMATION ABOUT 
AMATEUR RADIO ALE CHANNELS

Note 1
 
All Amateur Radio ALE channels use "USB" Upper SideBand (including frequenciesbelow 10MHz). USB conforms to International Standards for Automatic Link Establishment, and enables interoperability. 
Note 2
 
This ALE channel list is in everyday use in the Amateur Radio service, for normal communication internationally, regionally, and locally. ALE channels are frequency coordinated internationally, and subject to the different rules, regulations, and bandplans of the region and local country of operation. It is the responsibility of every operator to maintain the highest standards for all transmissions. Some channels or modes in the list may not be available in every country. The HF spectrum is a shared resource, so there is no guarantee that a channel is clear in a local area or region. There are many channel frequencies; please select a different channel as needed whenever one is occupied.
Note 3
 
Amateur ALE standards:
1. ALE System= MIL-STD 188-141 ; FED-1045 (8FSK - 2kHz Bandwidth)
2. If repetitive sounding, transmit soundings only on the Primary Data Channels or Pilot Channels for your IARU Region. 
3.
 Calling or sounding transmission: Maximum Duration = 22 seconds.
4. Sounding Interval= 60 Minutes (or more) for same channel.
5. 
When sounding, always use "This Was Sound" (TWS). 
6. 
Scan rate: 1 channel per second when scanning 10 channels or less. 
7. Scan rate: 2 ch/sec or faster when scanning 11 channels or more. 
8. Digital Modes Centre Audio Frequency = 1625Hz 
9. Short text messaging standard = AMD . 

10. Always transmit "CLEAR LINK" after ALL CALLS, QSOs, and LINKS! 
11. For manual text QSOs, operators should QSY off the Primary Data Channel. 
Note 4Amateur ALE Net Calls
1. 
HFN = Global High Frequency Network (HFN Pilot Stations)
 HFN net has 10 slots. 
All users assign Self in slot #1 only
 Slots 2-10 are HFN Pilot Stations Only!
2. HFL = Calling Any Voice Station (10 slots, users randomly assign self to any slot)
3. 
QRZ = Calling Any Station (3 slots, users randomly assign self to any slot)
4. HAM = EMERGENCY and Disaster Relief Only, Interoperation between Ham-NGO-GOV (10 slots assigned)
5. GPR = Geo Position Reports (3 slots, users randomly assign self to any slot)

6. RPT = Station Status Reports (
3 slots, users randomly assign self to any slot)
Note 5*
 
The 5MHz channels' use and frequencies may vary in each country. Although 5MHz ALE transmissions are authorised in some countries, USA does not yet allow it on 5MHz. Therefore, operators in USA may receive monitor the 5MHz channels, but care should be taken to lock out the transmitter from making ALE transmissions (except in case ofan Emergency). See your country's rules.      
Note 6
 
HFLINK is an international resource: for radio operators using ALE Automatic Link Establishment and Selcall Selective Calling; for the  development of communicationsfor organisations, Emergency / Disaster Relief networks; and for the development of ALE operating methods applicable to Amateur Radio Service. HFLINK is the Frequencyand Address Coordination group for International Amateur Radio ALE and SelectiveCalling. 
Note 7
 
This channel list is located on the internet at http://hflink.com/
Date
 
Effective on 20 APRIL 2008 (20-04-08), this list supersedes all previous channel lists.
Info
 
For more information about ALE please see the website: http://hflink.com
Version
 
HFLINK2008A
         

OTHER AMATEUR RADIO ALE NETS
Net Call : QRZ
Type: Open VOICE or DATA Net
General purpose
3 Slots
Users in any random Slot
Sounding: Manual
Scan any number of channels in this list:

1806.0 USB International
1840.5 USB International
3584.5 USB International
3617.0 USB International
3626.0 USB International
7040.5 USB International
7065.0 USB International
7099.5 USB International
7110.5 USB International
10136.5 USB International
10142.5 USB International
14100.5 USB International
14112.0 USB International
14342.5 USB International
18104.5 USB International
18157.5 USB International
21116.0 USB International
28327.5 USB International
50162.5 USB International
144162.5 USB International




El 16 de enero de 2010 12:38, Jose Luis <hk3ort@hotmail.com> escribió:
Todo este asunto del uso de las frecuencias por el desastre de Haiti me hace caer en cuenta de cual o cuales son las frecuencias que a nivel Colombia se tienen definidas para atencion de desastres? Si bien es cierto que en una emergencia uno no sabe en que condiciones podra y tendra que emitir, si alguien conoce el documento OFICIAL y ACTUALIZADO en el que se halle tal informacion le agradeceria que lo divulgara para beneficio general.

73 de HK3ORT Jose Luis.

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