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Radio Direction Finding
Also check the Foxhunt Schedules in the Events section.
- ARDF Homepage
HB9HVF designed two ARDF Receivers. One for 80 meter band and the other for the two meter band. Both are tested in hard competition (Swiss Championship). They have extremely low power requirement compared to other receivers. Download his papers about these receivers, so you have every information available to build these receivers for yourself (papers are only available in German).
- Albuquerque Transmitter
On these pages you will find lots of info about Transmitter Hunting, especially as it is done in Albuquerque, NM.
- BMG Engineering
Radio Direction Finding (RDF), T-Hunt, Fox Hunt, Bunny Hunt, Super DF, Jammer Tracking, CAP and hunting Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs) -- Even tracking high altitude balloons!
- Melbourne Foxhunting Group
- New England Technical Group (NETG)
Fox hunting (Radio Direction Finding)
- Radiopejlorientering -- Radio Direction Finding
- Radio Foxhunting
Radio Foxhunting (Radio Direction Finding) is a cross-country running sport, demanding physical and mental fitness. Similar to orienteering, however requires more electronic preparations. Great sport for people of any ages. Perfect to develop physical strength, analytical thinking and radio knowlegde. Typical foxhunting event takes place in the woods/national parks. Competitor, equipped with the detailed topographic map, compass, and radio receiver, searches for hidden radio transmitters(foxes). The goal is to find hidden foxes as quickly as possible. The time from start to finish is recorded.
- USCG Radiobeacons
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