Links to RDF Resources/ Clubs

Here is a five minute video showing off what we  do!   Transmitter Hunting

When your finished watching the above video, on the right side-bar of additional videos on Transmitter Hunting, go down to ‘Transmitter Hunting Basics’ by AustinHams it is pretty funny…..

Taylor Miller’s Girl Scout Troop, found information helpful on this website, while they work on their ‘Think Like an Engineer’ Badge as part of the STEM series.

We have done demonstrations and classes on Ham Radio and Radio Direction Finding for the Las Vegas Girls Scout Council in the past and I encourage any and all ham radio operators to take an active interest in spreading the word and your knowledge to the next generation of future Engineers, Scientists, Inventors and Ham Radio Operators in your local area.

Here are some additional links that you may find helpful: -San Diego T-Hunters Club  –  Henderson Amateur Radio Club

W7HEN weekly Club Net is Sunday evening 7pm PST,  447.925 Mhz  156.7 Hz.

W7HEN weekly Tek Net is on Sundays at 8pm PST on any of the linked repeaters on our network as well as on Allstar Node #44045 and Echolink: W7HEN-R 740644  –  Nellis Radio Amateur Club

    Nellis Net is Thursday  7pm local time,  449.875 Mhz  127.3 Hz.  –  Las Vegas Amateur Radio Club –  by Joe Moell  K0OV –  IARU Region II  –  Excellent Amateur Radio Resource  –  Radio Direction Finding in a BIG nutshell!  –  SDF-1, Searcher Antenna kit  $44.95 from Rainbow  – So. California Transmitter Hunters – Excellent study materials for all amateur licenses as well as all commercial licenses and endorsements.