Indian amateurs provide flood relief communications

| June 28, 2013

The recent severe flooding in northern India has resulted in communication links being affected when they are most needed. Members of the Indian National Institute of Amateur Radio, Hyderabad have been providing emergency communication facilities in the worst-affected areas of Uttarakhand state, North India. Reported operating frequencies include 7.073MHz and 14.160MHz and callsigns in use include VU2JOS, VU2MCW, VU3NUG. As usual, all amateurs are urged to give priority to emergency communications regardless of any other activities on the bands.

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