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Hidden Transmitter Hunting

What is Hidden Transmitter Hunting? Well, as the name suggests, it is the thrilling activity of searching for radio transmitters. Someone hides a radio transmitter in an area ranging in size from a small park to the contenental United States, and others will attempt to locate the radio using a wide variety of equipment and techniques. Participants are usually Amateur Radio Operators, or Hams.
Equipment for Transmitter Hunting is usually homemade. Here are pictures and plans for Antennas, Attenuators, Sniffers, Hiding Equipent, and More!
PicCon , the latest T-hiding controller, is now being offered as a kit. An manual is available on-line to learn about all the features.
Transmitter Hunting Stories provide a good description of what T-Hunting is all about.
Links To Other T-Hunting Pages can also be found here. If you are near Southern California, Chicago, Denver, Albuquerque, Washington, Texas, Davis, Chico, Antelope Valley, Melbourne, or Sweden, there are already hunts in your area. You can also visit lots of information and stories from AB5P, results for Southern California T-Hunts, BMG Engineering: SuperDF and other info, Information from CMU, including a Virtual Foxhunt, and The Yahoo T-Hunting Page.
So choose an option from the list on the left and learn more about T-hunting!
Amateur Radio Direction Finding Web Ring
This site is owned by  Byon N6BG .
A great way to track down ARDF and Fox Hunting sites.
Want to join the ARDF Web Ring?
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