(Hidden radio transmitter hunting)
Past Automated Foxbox radio tramitter hunt:
Foxbox automated transmitter will be hidden in public concervation woods off an
established trail as shown on a Rochester Trail map available online
(click here for the map)
- A transmitted DTMF Tone 2 on 146.565 Mhz will activate the Foxbox for 10 minutes of transmissions
tree marked with surveyors tape near the Foxbox will have a sign-in
sheet in a plastic bag along with a prize certificate.
- The first to find the Foxbox takes the prize certificate (you must be a licened ham to claim the prize)
- The Foxbox will be in place and operational from Saturday morning until Sunday afternoon.
- NOTE: We are looking forward to starting up this fun event in the future.
Contact Richard AG1B for more info Richards email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Fox Hunting Event: Field Day 2016
The most recent Fox
Hunt details from Richard
AG1B at the Whitman Club Field Day June 25th &
arrived at the Field day site at the East Bridgewater Y and set the
146.535 mhz Fox box just off a trail about 100 yards from the upper
pavilion. This would provide an opportunity for those members who have
wanted to try Fox Box hunting a low pressure location for
timers. Over the weekend I saw the following members find the Fox Box
transmitter; ROY KB1CYV, MIKE WA1MAD, JEFF N1SOM, and JIM W1GQN. Congratulations to these
Fox finders. If anyone else participated please
Box hidden off a trail at Field day Jeff N1SOM Fox Hunting
Please contact Richard
AG1B at email@example.com
if you would help support this part of the radio hobby.
New hunters or anyone wishing
to pair up with someone, please contact either:
Here are a few Fox Hunting links that you might enjoy
Fox Hunting—Getting Young People Hooked on the Adventure of Ham Radio
QRP FOX HUNT!
2020 Ham Radio Fox Hunt and Radio Direction Finding Exercise in CT.
Note: Due to the current plague, Future radio
direction finding events will be announced.
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