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The Netherlands Red Cross - disaster HF station


Netherlands

EU
netherlands
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Call data

Last update:2013-10-10 11:27:46
Continent:EU
Views:756
Latitude:51.8982109
Longitude:4.5709401
Locator:JO21GV
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

QSL data

Last update:2013-09-24 18:47:19
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Other International Committee Red Cross and Red Crescent Callsigns:
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4WA2 - Sana'a (YEM)
4XR88 - Jerusalem (ISR)
9JR88 - Lusaka (ZMB)
9QR88 - Kinshasa (ZAI)
APR88 - Islamabad (PAK)
CER88 - Santiago (CHL)
CICR5 - L. Prabang (LAO)
CPR88 - La Paz (BOL)
CX80RU - Montevideo (URG)
DEK88 - Bonn (D)
DUG88 - Manila (PHL)
EAR88 - Madrid (E)
HBC88 - HQ, Versoix (SUI)
HBC88A - Geneve (SUI)
HCR88 - Quito (EQU)
HHR88 - Port au Prince (HTI)
HICR88 - Santo Domingo (DOM)
HJC88 - Bogota (CLM)
HPC88 - Panama City (PNR)
HRC88 - Tequcigalpa (HND)
HSR59 - Bangkok (THA)
JYL88 - Amman (JOR)
OAR88 - Lima (PRU)
ODR88 - Beirut (LBN)
OER88 - Vienna (AUT)
S2C88 - Dhaka (BGD)
SPRC88 - Bridgetown (BRB)
STR88 - Khatoum (SDN)
SUCRS - Niamey (NGR)
SUR88 - Cairo (EGY)
SVR88 - Lome (TGO)
SZR88 - Nairobi (KEN)
TDR88 - Guat. City (GTM)
TICR88 - San Jose (CTR)
TTR88 - N'Djamena (TCD)
VPR88 - Bassau (BAH)
VWA510 - New Delhi (IND)
XUR88 - Phnom Pehn (CBG)
XWR88 - Vientiane (LAO)
YCPR88 - Caracas (VEN)
YKR88 - Damascus (SYR)
YNCR88 - Manahua (NCG)
YSCR88 - San Salvador (SLV)


Callsigns DRK - HF-Net:
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DEK2310 - LV Berliner Rotes Kreuz
DEK24 - LV Westfalen-Lippe
DEK25 - LV Baden-Württemberg
DEK26 - -LV Nordrhein
DEK27 - -LV Niedersachsen
DEK28 - LV Hessen
DEK29 - LV Rheinland-Pfalz
DEK30 - LV Schleswig-Holstein
DEK31 - LV Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz
DEK3110 - LV Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz (mobil)
DEK3210 - LV Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz (Wasserwacht - mobil)
DEK3310 - LV Hamburg
DEK34 - LV Bremen
DEK3510 - LV Saarland
DEK36 - LV Badisches Rotes Kreuz
DEK3710 - LV Oldenburg
DEK38 - LV Brandenburg
DEK39 - LV Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
DEK40 - LV Sachsen
DEK41 - LV Sachsen-Anhalt
DEK42 - LV Thüringen
DEK77 - Bundesverband (Gateway)
DEK7710 - Bundesverband (mobil)
DEK88 - Bundesverband (Generalsekretariat)
DEK8810 - Bundesverband (Generalsekretariat) (mobil)
DEK8812 - Bundesverband (FüLZ) (mobil)

Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz:
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OEH20 - Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz, Generalsekretariat, Wien
OEH31 - Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz, LV Niederösterreich, Tulln
OEH3101 - dto. mobil
OEH41 - Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz, LV Burgenland, Eisenstadt
OEH4101 - dto. mobil
OEH56 - Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz, LV Salzburg, Salzburg
OEH5601 - dto. mobil
OEH91 - Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz, LV Vorarlberg, Feldkirch
OEH9101 - dto. mobil
OEK9101 - Support Unit Austria

Amateurstations Red Cross:
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Germany:
DK0NOT/DN0TEL - Notfunk-Deutschland e. V. Kooperationspartner des DRK-LV Hessen
DL0BRK - Landesfachdienst IuK, Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz
DL0RKP - DRK Peine
DB0DRK - DRK Burgdorf
DK0RK - DRK-Landesverband Westfalen-Lippe
DL0RZ - DRK-Landesverband Berlin
DA0DRK - Bereitschaft Morsbach
DD0DRK - DRK-Fernmeldebereitschaft Landesverband Sachsen-Anhalt
DR0K/DB0JRK - Jugendrotkreuz Fürth
DL0DRK - Fernmeldegemeinschaft des DRK Dortmund*
DR1K - Wasserwacht Bayern
DK0RAN - Reservisten-Arbeitsgemeinschaft-Notfunk im VdRBw

Austria:
OE2XRK - ÖRK Salzburg
OE3XRK - ÖRK Niederösterreich
OE4XRK - ÖRK Burgenland
OE6XRK - ÖRK Steiermark
OE7XRK - ÖRK Tirol
OE9XRK - ÖRK Vorarlberg

Equipment

International Committee Red Cross and Red Crescent frequencies:
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Short Wave (USB)
3801.5 kHz - 6998.5 kHz - 13915 kHz - 13937 Khz - 13965 kHz - 13998.5 kHz -
20735 kHz - 20815 kHz - 20942 kHz - 20993.5 kHz - 27998 kHz - 29801.5 kHz

International (by IARU recommended - 2006) "disaster" amateurradio frequencies:
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DISASTER CALLS HAVE FIRST PRIORITY

Short Wave (all modes):
80 m - 3760 kHz
40 m - 7110 kHz
20 m - 14300 kHz
17 m - 18160 kHz
15 m - 21360 kHz
11 m - 27065 kHz

VHF/UHF:
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2 m - 144.260 MHz USB
2 m - 145.500 MHz FM (mobile) Call freq.
2 m - 145.525 MHz FM
2 m - 145.550 MHz FM
70 cm - 433.500 MHz FM – International call freq.

Also recommended frequencies in Germany, Austria and Swiss:
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160 m - 1873 kHz LSB (Germany, Austria and Swiss)
80 m - 3643 kHz LSB (Germany, Austria and Swiss)
40 m - 7085 kHz LSB (Germany, Austria and Swiss)
30 m - 10138 kHz USB (Germany, Austria and Swiss)
20 m - 14180 kHz USB (Germany, Austria and Swiss)
10 m - 28238 kHz USB (Germany)
70 cm - 434.000 MHz FM (Germany, Austria and Swiss)

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