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.
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This is awesome! What SDR are you using?
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