Plans for home-brew antennas suitable for Fox Hunting are widely available and prebuilt antennas may be purchased from a number of vendors. Those wishing to build their own Fox Hunting antenna may wish to use the design by Joe Leggio WB2HOL described in his Tape Measure Beam Optimized for Radio Direction Finding article.
W0ILO Contest Summary Report for ARRL-FIELD-DAY
Created by N3FJP’s ARRL Field Day Contest Log Version 5.8 www.n3fjp.com
|Operating Period||2019/06/22 18:28 - 2019/06/23 17:57|
|Total op time (breaks > 30 min deducted)||17:04:18|
|Total op time (breaks > 60 min deducted)||19:02:16|
|Avg Qs/Hr (breaks > 30 min deducted)||26.1|
|Bands and Modes||446|
|States \ Provinces||51|
WDAY reporter Alyssa Kelly toured the W0ILO Field Day site and interviewed Kent KA0LDG on Saturday, June 22nd.
A 1′ 44″ video report showcasing the W0ILO Field Day site was presented during the 10 PM evening news program on June 22nd.
This video report may be viewed on the INFORUM website at https://www.inforum.com/videos/2730319-Regional-amateur-radio-club-shows-off-skills-on-Ham-Radio-Field-Day
Volunteer Groups Train for Emergencies During National Amateur Radio Event
Members of the Red River Radio Amateurs will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 22nd and 23rd, at the Cass County Highway Department Building, 1201 W Main Ave, West Fargo, ND. Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham radio stations in public locations during Field Day to showcase the science and skill of Amateur Radio. This event is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend.