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On Wednesday 8th June between 1800-1930UTC Radio Amateurs from the
DARES Emergency Group in the Netherlands and B-EARS in Belgium will be
taking part in an exercise simulating a Power Outage in the south of the
Netherlands and part of Belgium. In the exercise scenario the groups
have been requested to provide welfare and secondary communications
links between North Brabant ( near Eindhoven ) and the rest of the country.

The exercise will test the ability of the groups to set up a wide area
VHF and a HF network on the planned frequencies of 7065 kHz ( Primary )
and 7110kHz ( Secondary ). The 7065 kHz frequency being needed as Novice
Licences in the Netherlands ( PD ) are not allowed to operate above
7100kHz. Operations will be mostly voice but Winlink/Digital modes may
also be used.

Radio Amateurs are asked to keep those frequencies clear for the time of
the exercise but reception reports are welcomed to qsl@dares.nl .

Full information ( In Dutch ) is available on the DARES website at
http://www.dares.nl/nieuws/245-oef-power-outage .

I will be putting this information onto www.iaru-r1.org as well. Thanks
to Jan PA7O who informed me of the exercise :-)

73,
Greg, G0DUB
IARU Region 1 Emergency Communications Co-Ordinator

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