In the view of the recent Japanese earthquake and tsunami, we would like to
request our ham members to observe the following request, to clear the
frequencies for Japanese rescue effort.
The following was received from Mr. Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ of I.C.P.O.
(Islands, Castles & Portable Operations). Also, below are some important and
usefull links for all.
Message from Toru, JG1EIQ
Following freq's are assigned for emergency QSO. Please be clear. Thank you
for your kind help!
Ops JARL & volunteers - 3520 to 3530, 7025 to 7035, 14090 to 14110, 21190 to
21200, 28190 to 28210, 50100, 51000, 14100, 14500, 430100, 433000 kHz.
DXped Ops - Please kindly consider QSX freq & RTTY freq.
73 and Good DX!
Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ
Home of ICPO: http://webhome.idirect.com/~
Japan Amateur Radio League, JARL - http://www.jarl.or.jp/
JARL ARES Twitter - http://twitter.com/JARL_ARESC
JARL ARES Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/JA3RL_
ARRL Alert on Japan Amateur Radio Frequencies Clearing Request -
IARU R1 Emergency Communication - http://goo.gl/epY9f
News and information on Nuclear issues
International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA - http://www.iaea.org/
IAEA update on Japan Earthquake - http://goo.gl/D7YWk
IAEA Page on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/
IAEA Incidents & Emergencies - http://goo.gl/mdc6h
The International Nuclear And Radiological Event Scale, INES -
Japan Nuclear and Safety Agensy, NISA - http://www.nisa.meti.go.jp/
Japan Ministry of Economic, Trade and Industry -
Malaysian Atomic Licensing Board, AELB - http://www.aelb.gov.my
Malaysian Meteorological Department - http://www.met.gov.my/
Google Crisis Response - http://www.google.com/
Google Translation Tool - http://translate.google.com/
US Geological Survey Real Time Earthquake Monitoring - http://goo.gl/U7MtT
Links will be updated from time to time. For those who like to submit a new
link, kindly email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
We pray for the safety and the well being of the Japan people in view of
73 de MARES