21 August 2014

Royal Netherlands Navy on HF (USB/Stanag-4285/RTTY)



(always-under-revision post)
The Koninklijke Marine (Royal Netherlands Navy) is the navy of the Netherlands. During the 17th century the Dutch Navy was the most powerful navy in the world and it played an active role in the wars of the Dutch Republic and later those of the Batavian Republic and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In more recent times the Royal Netherlands Navy has taken part in expeditionary peacekeeping and peace-enforcing operations.
As a member of NATO, the Netherlands developed its security policy in close cooperation with other members. The establishment of the Warsaw pact in 1955 intensified the arms race between West and East. Technical innovations rapidly emerged, the introduction of radar and sonar were followed by nuclear weapon systems and long-range missiles. The geopolitical situation allowed for a fixed military strategy. Beginning in 1965, the Dutch Navy joined certain permanent NATO squadrons like the Standing Naval Force Atlantic.


The main naval base is at Den Helder, North Holland. Secondary naval bases are at Amsterdam, Vlissingen, Texel, and Willemstad (Curaçao). Netherlands Marine Corps barracks are in Rotterdam, Doorn, Suffisant on Curaçao, and Savaneta on Aruba.

callsigns
PBB Navy Den Helder
PBC Goeree Island
PBV NAS Valkenburg
PJC NRN Hato Curacao (Counter-Narco Ops)
PJK Suffisant Curacao (ASW Operations)

Warship frequencies (to stations PBB/PBC)
02121.4  Channel 02A
02259.4  Channel 02B
04155.0  Channel 04A
04161.0  Channel 04B
04171.5  Channel 04C
06237.5  Channel 06A
06242.0  Channel 06B
08321.0  Channel 08A
08324.0  Channel 08B
08337.5  Channel 08C
12375.5  Channel 12B
16576.0  Channel 17B

PBV NAS Valkenburg frequencies
3128.0  5705.0  6728.0  8971.0  11178.0

Navy Den Helder "De Kooy" frequencies
Ship-to-Shore: 02204.0
Air-to-Ground (Helicopter): 02753.0

Caribbean Operations frequencies
PJC 08199.6
PJK 11178.0

PBB USB STANAG-4285/600L reported frequencies
05160.2
06498.2
06893.2
12568.2

PBB channel availability broadcasts (CARB) reported frequencies
RTTY 75/850
02474.0
04250.0
04280.0
05052.0
05214.0
05659.0
05694.5
06356.0
06358.5
08435.4
08437.0
08439.0
09264.0
09368.0
12840.5
12841.0 
16318-0
17116.7
17947.0
18308.0
20098.0


PBC USB STANAG-4285/600L reported frequencies
04203.2
05160.2
06893.2
08408.2

PBC channel availability broadcasts (CARB) reported frequencies
RTTY 75/850
04280.0
05667.0
06358.5
08439.0
12577.0
12840.7

All information in this document was submitted by independent radio monitors or has been obtained from public available sources and public sites on the web. Wherever data was obtained via the web or elsewhere, references and/or links to these sources have been noted.

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