Amateur Radio Station
at the
National Hurricane Center

Located on the campus of
Florida International University
Miami, Florida

Celebrating 44 years of Public Service !
Our Mission: To Help Save Lives.

How to contact WX4NHC
Hurricane Watch Net frequency 14.325 MHz
EchoLink Hurricane Net: WX_TALK Conference

Online Hurricane Report Form
Use to send a surface reports from hurricane affected area.

Printable Hurricane Report Form HTML page
Printable Hurricane Report Form - Acrobat PDF format

Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected by Hurricanes.

Hurricane Health & Welfare Information
Click on this link for information on Organizations and Agencies that can help after a Hurricane strikes.

WX4NHC Letter to Amateur Radio Stations in Hurricane Affected Areas
Your help is valuable and requested.

WX4NHC Videos on You Tube

WX4NHC Ham Radio Club Haiti Earthquake Emergency Communications
helps the largest Haiti Medical Field hospital after Earthquake .
Click here for a brief story and pictures
of our Amateur Radio International Deployment in support of University of Miami/ Medishare Field Hospital.

How to contact WX4NHC
Hurricane Watch Net frequency 14.325 MHz

Who We Are And What We Do

WX4NHC Purpose & Goals

WX4NHC Information Flow Chart

History of WX4NHC
The WX4NHC Radio Station
The WX4NHC Equipment Donations

WX4NHC Awards
Weather Volunteers Observers Network "ON-NHC"
Information & Application
Amateur Radio Automatic Weather Stations (APRS)

Picture and Article Gallery

WX4NHC Videos on You Tube

National Hurricane Conference 2009 Pictures

Emergency J-Pole VHF/UHF Portable Antenna Plans

Related Links

National Hurricane Center

NHC Director Kenneth Graham WX4KEG
Message to Amateur Radio Operators (click here)

CWOP Citizen Weather Observers Program
Put your weather station on the map. Free!

Click here for info.

Preparedness Guides and brochures

Hurricane Tracking Maps

WX4NHC QSL Cards are available via WD4R

         The Hurricane Watch Net "HWN" web site
                            Hurricane Watch Net frequency 14.325 MHz

       VoIP SKYWARN/Hurricane Net
EchoLink *WX-TALK* Conference server Node # 7203
IRLP Reflector Node # 9219

Sun-Sentinel article and video on Amateur Radio at the National Hurricane Center.

Ham Radio Operators Still Important to Hurricane Prediction
AP Article

CQ Magazine Skywarn & Hurricane Article February 2009 (Acrobat PDF 3.4 mb)

For Information on becoming an Amateur Radio Operator
Please visit the
ARRL American Radio Relay League
the National Association for Amateur Radio

WX4NHC Amateur Radio Station is supported by private and corporate donations.

WX4NHC Web Site Hosting courtesy of Florida International University.
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Thank you for your visit.

WX4NHC Web Site Credits:
John McHugh K4AG, Contents
Julio Ripoll WD4R, Webmaster, Contents, Design & Graphics
FIU: Hosting & Technical Support

Our Mission: To Help Save Lives.