The Northern Virginia FM Association
"Providing Superior FM Repeater service to Amateur Radio
operators in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area since 1971."
The Northern Virginia FM Association is an organization dedicated to providing superior FM repeater service to Amateurs in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area.
Since it's formation in 1971, the Association has operated superior wide coverage FM repeaters that are open for the use of all amateurs. Members enjoy the added benefit of special repeater features. See the membership page for more information on joining the NVFMA.
The NVFMA is an ARRL affiliated club, and supports the ARES/RACES and SKYWARN organizations in the Metro DC area.
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The Annual Membership Drive is underway and we need your support! The NVFMA provides 8 repeaters across three sites in Northern Virginia. Please consider becoming a member to support these wide coverage machines.
The membership form is located here
Please send your renewal checks to:
Northern Virginia FM Association
P.O. Box 331
Fairfax Station, VA 22039-0331
We also accept donations in addition to the annual membership dues. Your continued support is appreciated.
146.910 Repeater Update
The 146.910 Repeater is on the air utilizing a new Yaesu Fusion Repeater which has removed the squeal it had on it. We are
still working to tie the CAT-1000 controller into it so for now it just has CW id and no courtesy tone but it is operating through the amplifier
and can be used by analog or Fusion equipment. More to come on these exciting new features!
New By-Laws Approved
The board of directors approved a major rework of our by-laws at the board meeting in May, the first time in many years they had been
reviewed. The new by-laws can be found here.
Join us for breakfast the first Saturday morning of every month at:
The Old County Buffet
9650 Main Street
Fairfax City, VA
8:00 to 9:30 AM
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Last Updated June 18, 2015