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CQ May 2021 Homing In, CQ Magazine, May 2021 -- "ARDF Makes a Comeback in 2021"

Hillcrest Park radio foxhunting

Fullerton Radio Club's almost-annual Antennas-In-The-Park foxhunt is a CQ Worldwide Foxhunting Weekend tradition.  Jenna and Robert Canillas, WWØMAN and AD6XJ are ready to try the two-meter ARDF short course.  Learn more about the renewal of hidden transmitter hunting activities in Homing In for May 2021. 

CQ February 2021 CQ Magazine, February 2021 -- "Navy Scientists Learn RF Technology by Foxhunting"

Pt. Mugu radio foxhunting

Thomas Hentges leads the search for a hidden transmitter on the beach in Point Mugu, California along with team members Diane Phung and Phillip Porter.  This was the graduation exercise for a two-day RDF class at the Naval Air Warfare Center.  Learn about the class and the long-time transmitter hunter who taught it in Homing In for February 2021.  (U.S. Navy photo by Kimberly Brown)

CQ November 2020 Homing In, CQ Magazine, November 2020 -- "Put a Foxhunting Beam on Your Vehicle"

Sunroof mount

A 1x4 board with bearing holds the T-hunting antenna mast in place through the open sunroof on KØOV's new van.  Read about the advantages of yagis and quads for two-meter transmitter hunting and see this easy-to-make mounting system in Homing In for November 2020. 

CQ logoHoming In appeared monthly in 73 Magazine from November 1988 until the magazine ceased publication with the September 2003 issue.  My column then appeared in CQ VHF magazine, a quarterly publication, from 2004 through Fall 2013 and CQ-Plus Digital Magazine during 2014.  Now it appears four times per year in CQ Magazine, which is available in print by subscription and in Amateur Radio Stores. You can also subscribe to CQ in digital form, viewable on PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone and Android.  I welcome your input for future articles, so please continue to send me your news of mobile and on-foot transmitter hunt activities.

The Fine Print: This is the official Web site for Homing In and other KØOV articles about RDF, but not for any magazine. Homing In articles are produced independently in southern California.  Text and artwork of all articles Copyright © Joseph D. Moell. All rights reserved.

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This page updated 12 May 2021