Why use a remote SDR? It’s all very nice to have a remote friend check your signal but if it’s two in the morning and said friend objects to your hours, the internet provides a way. Maybe you’ve tried the Northern Utah Web SDR http://www.sdrutah.org but it’s a long ways away and its antennas point in all the wrong directions. Try the club SDR http://k7xrd.club and you don’t need 1500 watts to get to it.

Here’s my CW call sign KI7NNP (the light blue dashes and dots) at 51.015 mHz.

K7XRD WebSDR waterfall showing CW call sign KI7NNP.

2 thoughts on “K7XRD webSDR”

    1. I am using the openwebrx software which runs on a Linux machine. The openwebrx project is very flexible with recievers and modes of operation.

      It’s operating at my home QTH with 3 separate antennas fit to suit the need of each sdr reciever.

      Don’t forget to checkout the maps tab for the location of the digital stations you recieve

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