Our next meeting will be held on field day.

FCARC members are active in a number of specialized areas including Field Day, Contesting, Digital Modes, and EMCOMM to name a few. Most of the activity in the Fayetteville area is on the 145.210 repeater (131.8 hz tone) so come join us. Join us on our mailing list, instructions here or Read more.


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Meeting Info

Meetings (other than the annual meeting) are at the First Methodist Church in Fayetteville on the last Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM.  The church is in downtown Fayetteville adjacent to the clock tower. See Meetings for more information.


The monthly meetings of the FCARC are open to all who are interested in amateur radio.  You do not have to be licensed nor do you have to be a member of FCARC.


You are invited to check into the Tuesday night net on 145.210 (-) (131.8 hz tone) at 9:00PM. There are a number of other vhf and uhf repeaters that will be linked in.


We also have a Monday Night HF Net at 8:00PM on 28.380 MHz, USB.  Join us for this fun local net.  (Sometimes there are band openings, and we have checkins from all over the US.)  You don’t have to be an FCARC member to participate in these nets!


Local Locations for Exams

Exams for amateur radio licenses are given monthly in many locations around Atlanta. For Fayette and Coweta county locations and schedules visit http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-license-exam-session. Search for zip 30214.