Fox Hunt Transmitter

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N5IKD
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Fox Hunt Transmitter

Post by N5IKD » Tue Jul 28, 2015 11:28 am

If there is interest in fox hunting then leave a message here. I will hide my fox hunt transmitter if there are people interested in searching for it.

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Re: Fox Hunt Transmitter

Post by Bidgette » Fri Jul 31, 2015 1:31 pm

If i knew how to hunt the fox, i would be the first to say.....


WOOT!!!! YAHOO!!!! YEEEHAWWWW!!!!

But....since I haven't learned yet, (and probably don't have the equipment to do so...) I will quietly sigh and wait for a class.....


sigh.......

:lol:

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Re: Fox Hunt Transmitter

Post by N5IKD » Fri Aug 07, 2015 3:02 pm

My offer is still open for this weekend (August 8 2015).

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Re: Fox Hunt Transmitter

Post by Bidgette » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:09 pm

I just bought a Arrow II Model 146/437-10 HAnd-held portable Satellite.

3 element Yagi beam on 2M and 7 element yagi on 70cm.

Looking at a book to see about building an attenuator. I think i understand the concept! LOL

looking forward to getting everything ready.

Cheryl

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Re: Fox Hunt Transmitter

Post by N5IKD » Sat Aug 15, 2015 6:35 pm

I did my first few Fox hunts with only a hand held radio and shielding the radio with my body.

You can also use harmonics in place of or in addition to an attenuator. If you are hunting a signal on 144.32 MHz and the signal is two strong, try tuning to 144.32 x 3 = 432.96 MHz

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