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Old 01-02-2019, 16:02   #1
tpreitzel
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Disaster Warnings

Now that NOAA has apparently ceased broadcasting geomagnetic storm warnings and threatens to stop broadcasting time signals via HF as well, I wonder if an international project like International Radio for Disaster Relief (IRDR) could fill the void? Personally, I certainly would like to hear (even if marginally) such warnings and time signals on HF even if analog, naturally robust DRM would be much better. Regular broadcasting of such information even if once an hour would be better than nothing on HF.
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Old 02-02-2019, 11:23   #2
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You have the Navtex transmission on 518 kHz, which gives you warnings for the shipping fleet.
You can try the software "YAND" which decodes the signal and gives a schedule for the transmissions.
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