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Carolina Fox Hunters

Ham Radio Pages
Learn about some of Fred's RDF projects. Also, lots of quality ham radio links.

Projects Page
Yes, Joe Leggio resides in Central NC. Here you'll find a nice collection of easy-to-build RDF projects.


Fox hunts sponsored by the York County Amateur Radio Society in Rock Hill, South Carolina
Local Friends of Fox Hunting

The Backwoods Orienteering Klub has sponsored many international-style on-foot transmitter hunts in the Triangle area.

Many cool links, plus pictures of past transmitter hunts of the Rockingham Amateur To-Talk Society.

NC ARRL Section
The North Carolina Section of the ARRL supports transmitter hunting in the Tar Heel State.

The Cary Amateur Radio Club has a long tradition of fox hunting.

The Raleigh Amateur Radio Society has some T-hunt fanatics within its membership!

Orange County
The Orange County Amateur Radio Emergency Service recognizes the importance of radio operators being able to locate an emergency beacon.
The Orange County Radio Amateurs supports public service in all its forms; including the pursuit of wayward transmitters.

The Johnston Amateur Radio Society can't contain their enthusiasm for tracking transmitters.

The Ericsson Triangle Amateur Radio Club calls fox hunting a lot of fun. 

The North Carolina State University Student Amateur Radio Society likes to hunt in a pack.
Amateur Radio Direction Finding
14th ARDF World Championships, September 2 - 7, 2008 in Gyounggi province, South Korea, sponsored by KARL.

2008 U.S. ARDF

Texas ARDF and the Houston Orienteering Club (HOC) will be sponsoring the 2008 United States Amateur Radio Direction Finding Championships May 9-11, 2008 in Bastrop, Texas. 

2007 U.S. ARDF
The Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club and the Los Angeles Orienteering Club welcome fox hunters to the 2007 USA ARDF competition. The event was held just outside the village of South Lake Tahoe, in the Sierra Mountains near the border between California and Nevada.

2006 ARDF World
2006 ARDF World Championships Primorsko, Bulgaria, September 12 - 17, 2006

2006 U.S. ARDF
The Backwoods Orienteering Klub (BOK) of Raleigh, NC welcome all to the beautiful William B. Umstead State Park located in the North Carolina Piedmont. 

2005 U.S. ARDF Championships
The Albuquerque Amateur Radio Club, the Albuquerque Transmitter Hunters and the Amateur Radio community in and around Albuquerque, would like to personally invite you to participate in the 2005 United States Amateur Radio Direction Finding Championships!

2004 U.S. ARDF Championships
The Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club is hosting the 2004 U.S. ARDF Championships. June 16-19, 2004.

2004 ARDF World Championships
You are invited to the Czech Republic, to the historical and cultural center of southern Moravia, the city of Brno, on the occasion of the 12th World ARDF Championships. The World ARDF Championships of 2004 will be the greatest, but not the first top ARDF event in this region.

2003 Region 2 ARDF Championships
The 2003 Region 2 ARDF Championships will be held near Cincinnati, Ohio from July 30th through August 3rd, 2003. Check their site for details on dates, locations,  registration, etc.

2002 World ARDF Championships
The 2002 ARDF World Championships was held in the High Tatras in Tatranské Matliare of the Slovak Republic. It happened September 2-7, 2004. The official web site is now history, but this one gives many details.
2002 USA ARDF Championships
2002 USA ARDF Championships
The Georgia Orienteering Club is sponsoring the 2002 USA ARDF Championships. Don't miss this golden opportunity to participate in this event while it is so close to home!

2001 USA 
ARDF Championships
The Albuquerque Transmitter Hunters, part of the Albuquerque Amateur Radio Club, are pleased and proud to host the 2001 USA ARDF Championships.

IARU Region II ARDF web site
The voice of the IARU Region II ARDF Working Group! It provides links to official rules and regional results, contact information for ARDF groups and individuals throughout Region II, and promotes ARDF in Region II.

Homing In
Could this be the most comprehensive RDF site on the Web? Twenty feature articles, a bibliography of 125 more articles, info on 20 RDF equipment manufacturers and over 130 links covering both mobile transmitter hunting and international-style foxhunting.

Bonnie Crystal's site devoted to Radio Orienteering in a Compact Area. Great ideas for fox hunts on limited real estate.

Victorian ARDF Group Inc.
At this Australian web site, find out about international-style Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF).

Amateur-Radio-Club e.V.
Here you'll find information on Amateur Radio Direction Finding activities in Germany: competitions, results and other topics concerning ARDF.

Swedish RDF
This Swedish site contains information about radio direction finding, including calendars of Swedish events, RDF courses, Swedish RDF history, maps, rules, results and photo albums.

ARDF Holland
This Dutch site has lots of information about Amateur Radio Direction Finding in general, and especially in Holland. Be sure to read the hunt analyses - they give a real flavor of competitive ARDF.

ARDF Working Group
Who writes the rules for international-style transmitter hunting? The IARU, that's who. Visit the pages of the responsible working group.

Georgia Orienteering Club
Georgia Radio Orienteering


Find out what's afoot among the transmitter hunters in the Atlanta, GA area.
80m DF Project
The Foxfinder-80 80-meter CW ARDF receiver project. This page contains updates, feedback and circuit modifications relating to the foxfinder-80 ARDF receiver article that appeared in the November, 2000 issue of 73's amateur radio today.

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