- Written by OE1TKT
Did you ever built a homemade shortwave receiver, even a direction finder?
In the Eisvogelgasse 4/1/3, the clubhouse of the National Federation of Vienna (ÖVSV) a shortwave receiver for the 80 meter band constructed by DF7XU, Dieter Schwider will be assembled.
Due to numerous pre-registrations of the workshop it is divided into two series of dates:
|Serie I||Serie II|
|Thursday, 2014-01-23 + 2014-01-30||Thursday, 2014-02-20 + 2014-02-27|
|7 - 9 pm||
7 - 9 pm
- Written by OE1TKT
|Date||Local Time / UTC||Event / Description||Location||Link|
|2020-08-30 - 2020-09-05||-||20. ARDF World Championship||
|2020-05-01||10:30 LT / 08:30 UTC||Radio Orienteering "Fox Hunting" (ARDF)||Vienna, Prater, opposite of the Austria's largest Planetarium in the Prater-Haupt-Allee||TBD|
|2019-09-02 - 2019-09-08||-||Championship 2019||Rogla, Slowenia||Organizer:
Report of the event
|2019-05-01 (Wed)||10:30 LT / 08:30 UTC||Fox Hunting (ARDF)||Vienna, Prater opposite of the Austria's largest Planetarium in the Prater-Haupt-Allee||...|
|2018-05-01||10:30 Uhr / 08:30 UTC||Fox Hunting (ARDF)||Vienna, Prater||1.-Mai-Fuchsjagd (ARDF), German language only|
Yet another ARDF site - F0X?
F0X is still under construction. This website will be in use for organizing ARDF competitions in OE1 (Vienna). The official ARDF site of Austria with numerous competition dates: ardf.oevsv.at.
ARDF is also well known as Amateur Radio Direction Finding or "Fuchsjagd" in German language. Fuchsjagd means fox hunting, but there are no real foxes.
Usually five foxes, i.e. little transmitters, are hidden in the forest. Competitors have to find them using a direction finding receiver and a map as well as a magnetic compass. Each of these five foxes transmit for one minute in alternation and in succession. They emit a signal in Morse code.
This website is still in its infancy and will provide the following:
- Registration system for ARDF events
- Integrated evaluation for ARDF competitions
- Start lists
- Result lists