Discover ARDF in the Americas!
The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) represents the interests of Amateur Radio operators worldwide, and is the international organizing body for ARDF. IARU Region II is the regional organization for the American continent, the Caribbean, and some islands of the Pacific. The IARU Region II ARDF Working Group defines the official rules for ARDF in IARU Region II, organizes the IARU Region II ARDF Championships, and supports the growth of the sport throughout the region.

 
  • ARDF on Wikipedia now in Spanish and Portuguese
    30 November 2010 - Want to learn more about ARDF? Wikipedia has an article on Amateur Radio Direction Finding. In addition to French, there are now new ARDF articles on the Spanish and Portuguese language Wikipedias.
  • 2011 IARU Region II ARDF Championships
    21 October 2010 - Albuquerque, New Mexico will be the site of the 2011 IARU Region II ARDF Championships. Albuquerque Amateur Radio Club (AARC) and New Mexico Orienteers (NMO) will jointly host the championships from September 16 through 18, 2011.
  • Team USA medalist profiled in North Carolina newspaper
    9 October 2010 - Ruth Bromer WB4QZG, silver medalist at the 2010 World ARDF Championships, is the subject of an article about ARDF in the Midtown Raleigh News.
  • Three Medals for Team USA at the 2010 ARDF World Championships
    27 September 2010 - Congratulations to Karla Leach KC7BLA (W60 team silver), Ruth Bromer WB4QZG (W60 team silver), and George Neal KF6YKN (M50 individual bronze). All the medals were earned on the 80 meter courses. This is the most medals earned in a world championships by the USA or any Region II country.
 

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