28 Jan 2010

Web based HF receivers (SDRs)

Web software defined receivers (SDRs) are becoming quite common now. They allow you to eavesdrop on a number of different HF bands and tune around for stations as if you're located at the distant location. The best place to find a list of these receivers is at http://www.websdr.org/ . I have used the one in Twente, Holland to see if my QRP 80m signal got to The Netherlands (it did) and to check activity on bands like 500kHz. Sometimes these SDRs are located in places where the background noise levels are very low too.

1 comment:

Ham radio said...

I am pleasant now that we can use the mouse wheel to zoom the waterfall displays.