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CQ February 2017 Homing In, CQ Magazine, February 2017 -- "Results of the 19th Annual CQ WW Foxhunting Weekend"


Jacob Sanderson

Five-year-old Jacob Sanderson helped his mother Patty, N9PLS find 14 hidden transmitters in an hour during the on-foot foxhunt at the 2016 Dayton Hamvention.  Read more about hams having fun doing transmitter hunting during 2016 in Homing In for February 2017.  (Photo by Bob Frey WA6EZV)


CQ November 2016 CQ Magazine, November 2016 -- "Seven Medals for ARDF Team USA in Bulgaria"


ARDF Team USA 2016

Eleven of the fifteen members of ARDF Team USA 2016 just after the final awards ceremony.  Read all about their experiences at the ARDF World Championships in Bulgaria in Homing In for November 2016.  (Photo by Mindy Wright)


CQ October 2016 Homing In, CQ Magazine, October 2016 -- "Transmitter Hunting Across the Spectrum"


10 GHz foxhunting receiver

Kerry Banke N6IZW made this foxhunting receiver for the 10 GHz band from a satellite TV low-noise block downconverter and the AD8307 logarithmic amplifier chip.  It's easy for people of all ages to carry and it gives good directional bearings.  Learn more about hidden transmitter hunting from 3.5 MHz to 10 GHz in Homing In for October 2016.


CQ August 2016 Homing In, CQ Magazine, August 2016 -- "USA's Best Foxhunters Have Eyes on Bulgaria"


Ken Harker WM5R and 80-meter starters

Organizing Co-chair Kenneth Harker WM5R (at right) is smiling because the last course is set and the last medals will be awarded soon.  He's at the 80-meter classic starting line with the final starting group, consisting of Dick Arnett WB4SUV (M70), Yucheng Guo KG5GDV (M21) and Jerry Boyd, WB8WFK (M50).  Read all about the championships in Homing In for August 2016.


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 is scheduled to appear 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.

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