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Reviews Categories | Direction Finding equipment | Byonics Micro-Fox 15 Help

Reviews Summary for Byonics Micro-Fox 15
Byonics Micro-Fox 15 Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $75
Description: Very small 15 milliwatt 2 meter transmitter for fox hunting
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KN0JI Rating: 5/5 May 25, 2019 17:37 Send this review to a friend
Easy to use and works well  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Smallest I've ever used, mine came with the USB cable, and its online software made it very brainless to program. Had to do a bit of fiddling to get the musical tones just right, but hey, this isn't exactly a musical instrument. Love that I could vary the call sign code speed and tone. Installed it in a small, plastic HF (Harbor Freight) ammo box, with a SMA-to-BNC bulkhead pigtail inside to a BNC rubber duck mounted on the outside, and even that's way too powerful. Nice, clean signal could be heard for several miles.
K8TB Rating: 5/5 Oct 8, 2011 15:28 Send this review to a friend
A lot of fun!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Well, Byonics has done it again. After they gave us their PicCon controller for hidden transmitters, they give us this jewel. Very small. Runs on a 9 volt battery and the 2 meter frequency and tone/morse ID is completely programmable.
In the West Michigan area, we now have three of these, and we have a great time throwing them in a local park and sending folks to find them.
If you get one, take a look at Joe, K0OV's website, and he recommends a LMB case # KAB-3321 to hold the transmitter. You can buy this case directly from LMB at
Buy the second unit, it is painted black, and this becomes very hard to physically locate.
After many hunts looking for cars or people, trying to find these very small black boxes tossed in to a bush becomes a real challenge.
And don't think RF goes through vegation without being affected. (and watch out for poison-ivy!)
If you are in the Michigan area and are interested in DF and Fox Hunting, please join us at and/or our Yahoo group:
We can see that these units will add a new dimension to traditional fox hunting.

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