I would also watch the various FAX and NAVTEX services for information. NAVTEX is found commonly on 518 khz, and while you can get that on a wire antenna, loops are usually the tool of choice here....Mike
It has been in my memory bank since 4ever, and just yesterday was the first time in a very long time I heard anything on that frequency. Very faint but I heard gps coordinates given for position of storm several times
Wow, ok. I remember around Katrina, 5696 and 8892 were easy catches, but over time the signals went permanently faint. There's at least one thread here about that and I kinda gave up on them. I'll try again.
The Voice over Internet Protocol Weather Net (VoIP-WX) will activate later today and remain up into Thursday morning. WX4NHC at the National Hurricane Center will also be active to receive ground-truth weather data from HWN and VoIP-WX Net participants. The VoIP-WX Net will activate, with expanded capabilities, on the Echolink WXtalk 7203 Conference, as well as IRLP 9219. 9550, AllStar 27154, DMR BM TG 50535, P25 TG 50535, YSF reflector 50535 (narrow mode only), and D-STAR XLX432 D (DCX432 D).
APRS, Winlink, AllStar, Hamshack Hotline, DSTAR and DMR resources that can be monitored are as follows:
Also, we will have the following resources connected into the net directly to provide direct DMR Brandmeister and D-STAR capabilities along with other modes. This is through the efforts of VoIP Hurricane Net Technical Coordinator, Tony Langdon-VK3JED: