Micro-Fox T-Hunt Transmitters
Byonics carries these 2 Micro-Fox transmitters for Hidden Transmitter Hunting, also called Fox Hunting, Bunny Hunting, or T-Hunting.
These transmitters are small, self-contained, and easy to hide. They are great for on-foot hunts, or as secondary
transmitters after people find the primary T.
Just conenct to any 2-meter SMA antenna, such as
our V4 antenna, and a standard 9-V battery,
configure with your callsign, and hide the transmitter.
The Micro-Fox 15 is a 10-15mW T-Hunt transmitter capable of transmitting on any 2-meter frequency (144MHz - 148MHz).
It can be heard over 3 miles away, so it's great for a walking or ARDF style hunt.
With the serial programming cable and Windows configuration software, the user can control all timing, tones, and Morse Code ID.
The Micro-Fox 15 was featured in Joe Moell, K0OV's Homing In column in the Summer 2011 edition of CQ VHF magazine!
Read the first two pages here.
Micro-Fox 15 Combo - $100
Includes transmitter, V4 antenna, and serial programming cable.
Micro-Fox 15 USB Combo - $105
Includes transmitter, V4 antenna, and USB programming cable.
Micro-Fox 15 - $75
Includes transmitter and case. Does not include antenna, or programming cable.
MT-AIO USB Programming Cable - $20.
This USB programming cable (also used for the MT-AIO) will connect a MF-FA 10 to a computer USB port for configuring.
It is a USB A to 3/32" stereo plug that internally contains the needed USB to serial adapter.
Drivers can be found HERE. Not compatible with Windows 8.
MT-AIO Serial Programming Cable - $15.
This programming cable (also used for the MT-AIO) will connect a MF-FA 10 to a computer serial port or USB-to-serial adapter for configuring.
Cable is wired DB-9 female pin 5 to 3/32" stereo shield, pin 3 to ring, and pin 2 to tip.
The Micro-Fox 144.800 is a 300mW T-Hunt transmitter on 144.800MHz. This is a combination of our Micro-Trak 300 EU transmitter and
our PocketFox firmware.
For this reason, 144.800MHz is the only frequency we have available.
Please confirm that it is a valid frequency for transmitter hunting in your area.
Note: It should NOT be used in Europe, as 144.800MHz is the APRS frequency there.
With a F-F null modem cable and Windows configuration software, the user can control all timing, tones, and Morse Code ID.
Micro-Fox 144.800 is out of stock.
- The Micro-Fox transmitters operate on amateur radio frequencies, and requires a valid amateur radio license to use.