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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, 50.078, 144.280 and 432.300 MHz from Prince George, Virginia - grid FM17hd.  The 10m and 6m transmitters operator with 5 watts into a 10m AR-10 vertical and 6m loop at 200 feet. 2m and 70cm operate with 15 watts of power from the same altitude. All beacons are designed by N4MW.

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

WA4FC/R operates on 224.52 [74.4] 927.050 [100.0] and 1282.000 [88.5] and all are located in downtown Richmond, Virginia at around 400 feet AGL.  The three repeaters are linked together.  See our http://www.fieldcomm.org/ website for full details. 

The callsign is also periodically 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.

QSL Policy:

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



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