FYI - also note that the two UF students in Haiti were located safe and have checked in with their families.  See below for some active comm freqs and a full article on what's going on with EMCOMM in Haiti. - Jeff / W4UFL


Feed: ARRL Amateur Radio News
Posted on: Thursday, January 14, 2010 12:31 PM
Author: ARRL Amateur Radio News
Subject: Haiti Earthquake: "It's Chaos, I'm Telling You -- It's Real Chaos"


On Tuesday, January 12 at 4:53 PM Haiti time (2153 UTC), a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit 10 miles (15 kilometers) west of Port-au-Prince, the island nation's capital. Communications in and out of Haiti have been disrupted. The ARRL encourages US amateurs to be aware of the emergency operations on the following frequencies: 7.045 and 3.720 MHz (IARU Region 2 nets), 14.265, 7.265 and 3.977 MHz (SATERN nets), and 14.300 MHz (Intercontinental Assistance and Traffic Net); the International Radio Emergency Support Coalition (IRESC) is also active on EchoLink node 278173.

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