Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by KD0JLE, Sep 13, 2017.
The link for the emergencies frequencies on the main page is not working.
It's not a link, it's a dropdown. Click "show more info." and you should see the list.
Here's the info that's currently visible if you click on it:
Hurricane Watch Net
14.325.00 MHz, 7.268.00 MHz
14.265 MHz, 7.262 MHz
60 Meters may be in use by FEMA for Interoperable communications. Mexico
7060 kHz and 7080 kHz to deal with the Earthquake and Hurricane Katia
14290 kHz and 7190 kHz ( Voice or PACTOR )
US Wide Area traffic handling
14115 kHz, 7115 kHz and if necessary 10115 kHz ( all CW )
Carribean Emergency and Weather Net ( CEWN )
3815 kHz, 7188 kHz and possibly 7162 kHz
Not working for me, either. All I get is a new page with "[object Object]" in the upper left corner. Using Firefox 55.0.3 (32-bit).
That is What I get also..
Its a problem with the Firefox browser, try another browser and it will work for you. I have also seen other issues with the Firefox browser. I am using Google Chrome and everything works well on this site.
One of the challenges of web design is getting it right for all current browsers. Not an easy task.
I'll consider another browser, but I would like to know if the people who run the website are being made aware of this problem.
I heard the traffic net on 7.115 last night(9/16 ~04:00 UTC), but I can't find any website listing that net. Could anyone post that link please?