Foxhunt Classes for October

 

 

October 4 , 11 , 18 , and 25 at 6 pm

 

 

More and more hams are discovering the fun of tracking down hidden transmitters out in the woods.  It’s a worldwide sport with opportunities for friendly competition at home and abroad.  A ham radio license isn’t a requirement, but it makes it lots more fun.

 Radio direction finding is used to find sources of interference to any form of wireless electronic communications, including broadcast and two-way radio, television, and telephones.  It is also used to track missing or stolen cars and other property.  Search and rescue workers use it to find persons in distress.  Emergency Locator Transmitters in downed aircraft are tracked with RDF techniques.

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AA4CB Chris

Hello. I live in Ridge Manor and have been licensed since 1988. I serve GCARC as a board member, Public Information Officer (PIO) as well as the club's webmaster and social media manager. I also try to maintain the Clubhouse. I operate mostly the Digital modes on HF such as FT8 ,PSK, and OLIVIA. On VHF/UHF I stay on Yaesu System Fusion locally. I have been doing presentations for local clubs about WIRES-X and Fusion for the past couple of years.