2022 Field Day

 

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Last update: 4/28/2022

 

You are invited to join us for the annual Fayette County Amateur Radio Club ARRL Field Day, always the last full weekend in June. This year, the event will be held on Saturday, June 25- Sunday, June 26 at Brooks Bears Football Field located at 905 Hwy 85 Connector, Brooks, GA 30205 (behind Fayette County Fire Station 6).

 

Click here to download the 2022 event flyer (PDF).

 

Talk-in will be on the club’s flagship KK4GQ repeater on 145.210 MHz (- offset, 131.8 Hz PL). You do not have to be a club member or even a ham radio operator to participate.

 

Field Day 2022

Schedule

When: Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, 2022.

Where: Brooks Bears Football Field located at 905 Hwy 85 Connector, Brooks, GA 30205 (behind Fayette County Fire Station 6).

 

2021 Field Day Site

Tentative Schedule (as of 4/28/2022):

Saturday:

0800-0845: Informal Breakfast: McDonald’s – 986 Crosstown Ct, Peachtree City

0900-1200: Assemble at Brooks Bears Field. Communications and support equipment setup.

1200-1300: Lunch (on your own)

1300-1400: Systems testing.

1400-2359: Field Day operations.

1600-2200: Visitors invited.

1800-1900: Dinner (FCARC provided)

 

Sunday:

0000-1400: Field Day operation.

0700-1400 Visitors invited.

0800-0900 Breakfast (on your own).

1200-1300 Lunch (on your own).

1400-1600: Site tear down. Remove trash and restore the site to its original condition.

 

There will be 3 HF stations, 1 VHF station and numerous opportunities to support the operation.

 

This is the FCARC’s premier event and we need help from all club members to make it happen. Your participation can be from an hour to the full 31 scheduled hours. As a volunteer organization, we know there are other priorities, but please set some time aside for this event if you can.

Check for postings to the KK4GQ reflector for your name as we will assign unfilled positions.  Field Day Coordinators:

 

We will keep this page updated with our plans as well as our club KK4GQ Facebook Group.

 

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