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170 MORSE CODE RADIO KEYER PROJECT
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CONTENTS AT A GLANCE Use as a Beacon Description of the Project Fox/Beacon Project Parts List Fox Hunting Clubs Beacon Software Web Sites
n amateur radio fox is a hidden radio transmitter. Many ham radio clubs all around the world sponsor hidden transmitter hunts to introduce new club members to the subhobby of radio direction finding. This fun event encourages new hams to meet in the great outdoors and to work with and meet new club members. Amateur radio fox hunts are great ice breakers for new ham radio operators; often the event is followed by a cookout or gettogether. The fox hunt had its origins in British outdoor sporting events where hunt club members rode horses and trained their dogs to hunt foxes, hence the name fox hunt. Radio direction finding (RDF) can also be used to find or track sources of interference from 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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172 AMATEUR RADIO FOX/BEACON PROJECT
Hams use RDF to track jamming stations and stolen equipment, but more often they use it just for fun. Hidden transmitter hunting has been done by hams for about 50 years, and it is a growing activity. T hunting refers specifically to hunts involving hams driving in RDF-equipped vehicles. A mobile T hunt is best described as hide-and-seek for all ages with radio gear. When you set out on a T hunt, you never know where you ll end up, and you have no idea what you re going to find. No form of ham radio contesting is more fun! Mobile T hunting is done in cities and towns all over the United States and elsewhere. Mobile T hunting is called fox hunting in some parts of the United States, but everywhere else in the world, the terms fox hunting and amateur radio direction finder (ARDF) refer to another kind of RDF contest, done completely on foot in large woods and parks. It s a map-and-compass sport similar to orienteering, with about a half-dozen fox transmitters to find in a period of 2 hours or so. Someday this sport, which is also called foxtailing, fox-teering, and radio-orienteering, may become an Olympic event. Meanwhile, it s a fun-filled activity for your hamfests and Scout Jamborees. An amateur radio fox is a low-power VHF/UHF transmitter running off batteries, hidden in a box, under a tree, or under a vehicle. The object of the game, or hunt, is to be the first person or team to locate the hidden transmitter. Hams use radio direction finding techniques and directional antennas in some cases. Some amateurs use Doppler shift/multiantenna receivers or receivers with a signal strength meter, and often hand-held radios. Usually, numbered cards are left beside the fox. The first person who locates the fox will pick up the first card, the second person to locate the fox would pick up the second card, etc. Often prizes are given for the first and second persons finding the hidden transmitter. The fox hunt is fun and a way to sharpen skills and meet new club members. The fox/beacon project can also be used by people who are not amateur radio hams, but who seek the fox by using FRS-type hand-held radios.
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