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Last updated on March 7, 1998
Radio Direction Finding
Radio Direction Finding (RDF), T-Hunt, Fox Hunt, Bunny Hunt, Super DF,
Jammer Tracking, CAP and hunting Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs)
-- Even tracking high altitude balloons!
Melbourne Fox hunting Group
Radio direction Finding Roanoke - Doppler, Chat room & much more a must
Radio Fox hunting
Radio Fox hunting (Radio Direction Finding) is a
cross-country running sport, demanding physical and mental fitness. Similar
to orientating, however requires more electronic preparations. Great sport
for people of any ages. Perfect to develop physical strength, analytical
thinking and radio knowledge. Typical Fox hunting event takes place in the
woods/national parks. Competitor, equipped with the detailed topographic
map, compass, and radio receiver, searches for hidden radio
transmitters(foxes). The goal is to find hidden foxes as quickly as
possible. The time from start to finish
- Radio Direction Finding
Radio Direction Finding: This is the cheating way to fox hunt & is
probably the best way.
- John - WA7RHK
This site has lots of links for amateur radio and computers.
It is a nice site to get around the web with.
Local Clubs online
- Central Ohio Amateur
Radio Emergency Service
- COARES for short. Repeaters here in OHIO
Amateur Radio Club of the Ohio State University, W8LT
- One of the oldest ham radio clubs in the country.
Amateur Television in Central Ohio
- Information about ATV, the ATCO Group, and the weekly Central Ohio
Capital City Repeater Association (CCRA)
- Operates many different machines in the Columbus area,
including their flagship K8DRE/R 147.24+ repeater.
Central Ohio Amateur Radio Emergency Service (COARES)
- Ready to serve in times of emergencies and disasters.
Operates three repeaters and maintains stations at
local emergency operations centers.
- Central Ohio Packet Association (COPA)
- Sponsors the W8CQK packet radio BBS, a high-speed packet
WAN with links to the rest of Ohio, and a 9.6Kbps LAN repeater.
DJ, N8QLB, had something on COPA, but we can't find it now.
Central Ohio Radio Club (CORC)
- The "Mighty 76", WD8RXX/R 146.76+, is the highest profile repeater
in Central Ohio. CORC has other machines that get to outlying
areas well also. Home of the
Central Ohio Severe Weather Net.
Amateur Radio Information Service
- ARIS has set up a voice mail service with all kinds of
Central Ohio ham radio information.
Call 614-436-4960 today!
Universal Radio, Inc.
- The local "candy store" in the Columbus area.
Some other links.
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