Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
  • Back
  • About Group

  • Join Group
, added in the last 7 days

Group Description

The Fox Tango club is Rated G...No politics, religion or crude language or jokes. We're all about camaraderie and enjoying the Ham Radio Hobby! And we're proud to be a forum that WELCOMES all new Hams to our ranks. Please identify yourself or your amateur call sign when you sign in.

"I am writing to suggest that you join with me and other owners of the Yaesu FT-101 in an informal association which we might call the Fox-Tango Group. It would serve as a sort of benevolent, protective, mutual aid and perhaps social club, essentially for the purpose of interchanging information, ideas, experiences and problems"

These were the words of Milton Lowens (N4ML) when he started the Fox Tango Club in 1972, which was dedicated to the exchange of information about the Yaesu FT-101 amateur radio transceiver. The club published the FT Newsletter from 1972 until 1985. I was a member of the Fox Tango Group from 1977 to 1985. I still remember that I could hardly wait to receive each month's issue of the Fox Tango Newsletter jam packed with modifications and user suggestions for my beloved FT-101.

In an effort to keep the Fox Tango flame burning and continue the interchange of information to enhance the effectiveness of these old rigs I invite you to join the Fox Tango Club at Yahoo Groups.

Topics of discussion will cover the FT-101 through FT-101F, FT-101ZD, FT-200, FT-102, FL-2100 amplifiers and Yaesu accessories. Yaesu Twins FR-101, FL-101, FT-620B, FT-220, FT-221, FT-101ZD, FL-2100Z, FT-901, FT-901DM, FT-920 FT-102, FT-757Gx, GXII, FT-767, FT-7(B), FT-227R, CPU-2500R and other more recent models.

Organized 1971 By and For Owners of Yaesu Equipment
Please visit the Fox Tango Web Page at Foxtango.org

CL. Maher W4CLM

Steven Peterson KG6JEV

Thomas Chapman KC9FOZ

Fox Tango Intl.

Group Information

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are not permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages from new members require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

Message History