AREG November Meeting: Amateur Radio Direction Finding 101

The next AREG meeting will be held this coming Friday (19th November) at our clubrooms at the Fulham Community Centre. Doors will open at 7.15pm.

Building on the success of AREG’s monthly fox-hunts, this month Theo VK5IR and Mark VK5QI will be talking on Fox-hunting for beginners. No, we’re not talking about small furry animals, we’re talking about the sport of Amateur Radio Direction Finding. The talk will explain the equipment you need to get started, and some basic techniques that will help you find that first fox transmitter! There’ll be plenty of live demos showing various hunting equipment in action.

Happy Fox-Hunters from a previous AREG event

The meeting presentation will commence at 7.45pm ACDT and will also be streamed live for members on Zoom (that is 7.15pm QST or 8.15pm AEDT for our interstate members). The meeting will be unfortunately not be live-streamed, but will be recorded and uploaded to HamRadioDX’s YouTube channel after the meeting.

The presentation will be followed by a general business meeting. All members are encouraged to attend either in person at the hall or via Zoom if you are remote.

To find us in person, the meeting will be held at the Fulham Community Centre, Phelps Court, Fulham SA. See you there!