Haiti Earthquake 2010
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The 2010 Haiti earthquake was a magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake centered approximately 10 miles (16 km) from Port-au-Prince, Haiti at 4:53:09 p.m. local time (21:53:09 UTC) on Tuesday 12 January 2010. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 6.2 miles (10.0 km). The United States Geological Survey recorded a series of aftershocks, ten of them above magnitude 5.0, including ones measuring 5.9 and 5.5.
This page will serve as a collection point for radio communications data related to the quake.
Amateur Radio Operations
International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Region II Area C Emergency Coordinator Arnie Coro, CO2KK requested that the following frequencies be kept clear for emergency traffic related to the quake.
7045 kHz 3720 kHz
SATERN Nets are active on these frequencies:
14.265 MHz Primary Daytime. 7265 and 3977.7 KHz evening and night
The Global ALE High Frequency Network (HFN) is on alert and ready to communicate using the following frequencies:
HFN net (text/internet/sounding/calling)
3596.0 USB 7102.0 USB 10145.5 USB 14109.0 USB 18106.0 USB 21096.0 USB 24926.0 USB 28146.0 USB
HFL net (emcomm/voice/calling)
3791.0 USB 7185.5 USB 14346.0 USB 18117.5 USB 21437.5 USB 24932.0 USB 28312.5 USB