I plan to start on Saturday, Nov 6th at 1600 UTC, 11:00 CDT and continue for four hours. I will be using the New RaDAR rules available at https://zs6bne.wordpress.
My venue will be Beaver Flat Trail part of Forever Wild Trails on the West side of Dothan, AL I will be making five contacts followed by a one-kilometer walk and repeat. I will be off the air while walking.
My priority on the HF bands will be 40, 20, and 17 meters, CW and SSB. I will also be on 146.52 FM simplex. I like 7.031 and 14.061 on CW. For those in Panama City, 40 meters, NVIS is the best bet.
Note your grid square is part of the RaDAR exchange. Please give me six or more digits like EM71gf.
I plan to use the online RaDAR log in real-time at http://www.radarops.co.za/
zsportal/ Option 2 Chasers can enter a RaDAR log online also and we both get credit. You need a PIN to enter your log. Contact Eddie ZS6BNE at firstname.lastname@example.org for the PIN.
You can check my RaDAR log for my most recent frequency. On CW, you should also see me on Reverse Beacon Network http://www.
reversebeacon.net/srch.php. Ham Alert can help too. See https://hamalert.org/about
RaDAR is challenging for the ops and chasers! RaDAR Chaser is now a RaDAR category.
If you have plans to chase or operate in the field let me know at email@example.com. The more ops and chasers there are, the more fun the RaDAR Challenge will be.