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Beacon info (we want your reports!!):

Please visit www.fieldcomm.org/beacon to send your report to us and for station details. QSL card reception reports are also appreciated.

WA4FC/B operates on 28.231 and 50.078 MHz from Prince George, Virginia - grid FM17hd.  5 watt transmitter into a 10m AR-10 vertical and 6m loop at 200 feet. 

Did I mention we want your report? Go to the link above and send us one.

QSL Policy:

No QSL cards via the bureau (ONLY DIRECT)
SWL / Beacon reports - please send SASE, or $1USD or 1 IRC to cover postage.

The WA4FC callsign is also used on several area repeaters, including 224.52, 443.5875 and 927.050 MHz.  See our website for full details. 

The callsign is also used by a group of amateur radio operators that are public safety professionals or are in related professions. Listen for us during field day, contests and special event operations.

The WA4FC radio shack is physically located in Prince George County, Virginia. Please see http://www.fieldcomm.org/v3/?cat=23 for more information, including pictures of the antennas and station.


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