QRP FOX HUNT!
a fine fox chase, my boys!"
George Washington, Battle of Princeton, 1777
|The 2005/2006 Winter Fox Hunts|
Winter '06 FOXtravaganza!
The QRP Fox Hunt Committee invited all Foxes and Hounds to participate in the Winter '06 FOXtravaganza. ALL of the Foxes, were be on the air at the same time-- THURSDAY, MARCH 23rd, 2006 -- for a frantic 90 minutes beginning at 0200Z. The 40M Foxes were on 40M, between 7.030-7.050, and 80M Foxes were be on 80M between 3.540-3.560. Foxes who served on both bands were allowed to take their choice, or split their time between the two bands.
The exchange was the usual Fox Hunt exchange of RST, SPC, Name, and QRP Power. Foxes posted their logs to QFOX after the event, and certificates were awared to the top Foxes and Hounds on each band. Hounds didn't have to do anything except have fun.
click here for the FOXtravaganza RESULTS.
Soapbox comments can be reviewed online-- just click here for the FOXtravaganza Soapbox.
The 40M QRP Fox Hunt began on Thursday, 10/27/05 and concluded on 3/9/06.
Click here for the 40M Schedule and Logs
Click here for the 40M Hounds Results
Click here for the 40M Foxes Results
Click here for the 40M Teams Results
The first ever 80M QRP Fox Hunt began on Tuesday, 11/29/05 and concluded on 1/31/06.
Click here for the 80M Schedule and Logs
Click here for the 80M Hounds Results
Click here for the 80M Foxes Results
The 40M and 80M Fox Hunts will be conducted under our Winter Rules (click to view).
|The QRP Fox Hunt is a series of 90 minute amateur radio
during which QRP stations ("Hounds") attempt to work specific QRP
designated as "The Fox."
|Click Here for the K3ESE QRP Fox Hunt primer!|
|Click Here to subscribe to the QFOX listserver for the QRP Fox Hunt!|
|Click Here for the QRP Fox Hunt Summer RULES page...|
|Click Here for Chuck Adams and the beginning of it all!|
|Click Here for some more 1994-95 Fox Hunt History!|
|QRP Fox Hunt Definitions:|
The QRP Fox Hunt Committee wishes to thank the Colorado QRP Club for their generous sponsorship of these hunts! We especially want to thank the many hams who have helped with administration of the hunts from time to time, Marshall, at MorseExpress, for all of the web assistance he provided CQC and the QRP Fox Hunt since their first appearances on the Internet!
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