Amateur radio hurricane net
The Hurricane Watch Net is manned entirely by volunteers. Additionally, it is our practice of being on the air ahead of the amateur radio station at the National . The Hurricane Watch Net and the operation of WX4NHC at the National Hurricane Additionally, it is our practice of being on the air ahead of the amateur radio. Reports as obtained via the VoIP Hurricane Net from Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area, relays from the affected area or from APRS/CWOP Weather. Amateur Radio H & W frequency MHz. Sun-Sentinel article and video on Amateur Radio at the National Hurricane Center. Ham Radio Operators Still Important to Hurricane Prediction AP Article CQ Magazine Skywarn & Hurricane Article February (Acrobat PDF mb) For Information on becoming an Amateur Radio Operator. Feed Notes. I am a amateur radio operator and am a member of The Hurricane Watch Net. We have been in operation for 50 years and provide support to The National Hurricane Center during the hurricane season. Any Amateur Radio operators in the affected area of Irma or with relays into the affected area of Irma are asked to provide surface and damage reports into the VoIP Hurricane Net for relay into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center.