Dan Thayer, W1CDT, writes on ctfoxhunter list:
Greetings fox hunters,
FB-3 has been deployed, as of 1430 hours, 05-09-22.
146.550 MHz Simplex
CTCSS 114.8 Hz
It is located somewhere to the East (or Northeast or Southeast) of Bolton Notch, where I-384/Route 6/Route 44 all come together.
The “tune” played when you activate it is different, but the CW ID is correct. (This will be corrected prior to the next deployment.)
As there is no starting point for finding the FB, it is recommended that as you go about your regular travels, you periodically try to activate the FB.
You may also try from home.
To try to activate the FB, set your radio to the 2 meter simplex frequency of 146.550 MHz, with a CTCSS of 114.8 Hz. Next, key your transmitter, ID and then send a DTMF “1”. Having done that, unkey your transmitter and listen.
If the FB can hear you (and you can hear it) you will hear its very distinctive sound.
It will transmit for 30 seconds, ID and then go back to sleep.
Once someone has been able to hear it, please report that general location to the other fox hunters, by replying to this message (This needn’t be a place where you can hear it very well, just a place from where it can be heard.
You can make it transmit as often as you find necessary to locate the FB.
You do not actually have to touch the box to claim finding it.
FBs are located within 500 feet of a safe place to park. While unimproved (dirt) roads may be involved, they will be ones that are passable using a regular passenger car.