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Signal Kilo Bravo

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Radio Signal Kilo Bravo
Fo3 WKML Broadcast Station.png
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Activator IDFFHamRadio01
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Talking Activator IDFFRadioSignal01
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Quest NameFFRadioSignals01
base id06F6BB
 
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Signal Kilo Bravo is a radio transmission being broadcasted from WKML broadcast station in the Capital Wasteland.

Radio tower complex[edit | edit source]

WKML broadcast station is to the far south of Fort Constantine. Head inside the station, and you will find the electrical switch for the radio signal. It's located on the wall to your right, behind the power generators.

Sealed cistern[edit | edit source]

Following the signal leads you to a sealed cistern at the foot of the drop-off, due south of the south corner of the WKML building. Entering the grate, you find yourself in a short drainage tunnel, blocked at the far end by sandbags. To the right side of the desk is the Explosives bobblehead. As with all the drainage chamber stations, there is a ham radio that lets you toggle the broadcast.

Morse code[edit | edit source]

The Morse code translation of the broadcast is:

-.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.. . / -.- -... -.- -... -.- -... -.-
CQ CQ CQ DE / KB KB KB K

This translates to "Seeking all stations, this is... Kilo Bravo... Kilo Bravo... Kilo Bravo... Over." It is emanating from one of nine encoded broadcasting stations.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Fawkes will get stuck upon entering the grate, blocking your way out of the cistern. You might not be able to escape unless you fire him.
  • Turning clipping off shows that there is nothing in the rooms past the sandbags that you can see on your local map.
  • Turning clipping off will also reveal a hidden red 'X' under the sand bags. This sign marks the "talking activator" for the radio broadcast.