ARDF Clubs and Contacts in Region II

The following clubs and organizations in IARU Region II are active in, or plan to be active in, ARDF. Please send updates to comments@ardf-r2.org.


Canada
Friendship Amateur Radio Society Canada
ARDF practice sessions are held on the first and third Saturdays of each month at 9:30 AM, usually either at Mt. Douglas or Beaver Lake Park.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Gordon Young VE7BFK
ve7bfk@rac.ca
Quinte Amateur Radio Club
The Quinte Amateur Radio Club occasionally hosts on-foot foxhunts.
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Dave Ward VE3BIP
ve3bip@rac.ca
ARDF à Montréal
À Montréal, les chasses locales d'ARDF ont deux catégories de chasseurs, les seniors entre 20 et 40 ans, et les anciens (touse les autres.)
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Jacques Brodeur VE2EMM
ve2emm@qsl.net

United States of America
Fullerton Radio Club
The Fullerton Radio Club sponsors informal on-foot transmitter hunts in the greater Los Angeles area.
Fullerton, California, USA
Joe Moell K0OV
k0ov@homingin.com
Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club
SBARC was the sponsoring organization for the 2004 and 2007 USA ARDF Championships.
Santa Barbara, California, USA
Marvin Johnston KE6HTS
ke6hts@sbarc.org
Daytona Beach Amateur Radio Association
The DBARA holds occasional IARU format, on-foot foxhunts and ARDF classes.
Daytona Beach, Florida, USA
John Monsey KB3GK
munseyj@mindspring.com
Boston ARDF
Host organization for the 2009 IARU Region II ARDF Championships.
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Vadim Afonkin KB1RLI
vadim.afonkin@gmail.com
Minnesota Orienteering Club
Together with the Stillwater Amateur Radio Association, MNOC is starting to plan radio orienteering competitions.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Ian Harding KC0SNY
maps@mnoc.org
ARDF in Montana
Harley KI7XF and Karla KC7BLA are both USA ARDF Championship medalists and are interested in developing ARDF in Montana.
Bozeman, Montana, USA
Harley Leach KI7XF
harley@ee.montana.edu
Albuquerque Transmitter Hunters
AARC was the host organization for the first USA ARDF Championships in 2001 and the third IARU Region II ARDF Championships in 2005.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Jerry Boyd WB8WFK
wb8wfk@covad.net
Piedmont Transmitter Tracking
Host club for the 2006 USA ARDF Championships. ARDF events are held on local orienteering maps.
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Charles Scharlau NZ0I
cscharlau@earthlink.net
OH-KY-IN Amateur Radio Society
Host club for the 2003 IARU Region II ARDF Championships and the 2010 USA ARDF Championships, with members in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Dick Arnett WB4SUV
wb4suv@arrl.net
Portland Radio Orienteering
The first IARU Region II ARDF Championship was held near Portland, Oregon, USA.
Portland, Oregon, USA
Dale Hunt WB6BYU
wb6byu@arrl.net
Texas ARDF
Host club for the 2008 USA ARDF Championships, with members in the Houston and Austin areas.
Austin, Texas, USA
Ken Harker WM5R
wm5r@arrl.net
 

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