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Author Topic: SDR Online Station in Georgia  (Read 12659 times)
K3ZL
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« on: September 06, 2013, 06:19:13 PM »

I thought I had bookmarked it, but have lost track of the URL for an online SDR station based in Georgia.  If you can share that URL with me I'd appreciate it.  Also, any other online SDR stations in southeast. thanks.
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KC8YHN
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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2013, 11:24:08 AM »

It is no longer up, the station was W4AX's and he decided to take it off the internet because of some issues with a lighting strike. I went there often but lately I have been using websdr.org to find other sites to use.
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WV4I
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« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2013, 03:38:00 AM »

I'm the only online SDR station online in the Southeast US AFAIK, and am located in South FL. op SWL/WV4I, http://sdrspace.com/  for status map.

Normally, antennas are DX LB Plus 160-10M night, Mosley Mini 33AW days 10-20m 3el plus rotate dp on 12/17, both antennas at about 25 feet. The Mosley is usually  fixed about 50 degrees pointing at EU/Med/Middle East/AF. Also works great to ZL/VK when band open.

Please be sure to disconnect when finished as this is a very busy station, courtesy to other users.

Enjoy.
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K3ZL
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« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2013, 02:55:16 PM »

It is no longer up, the station was W4AX's and he decided to take it off the internet because of some issues with a lighting strike. I went there often but lately I have been using websdr.org to find other sites to use.
Yes, W4AX.  I also used it quite a bit.  Thanks for the info.
Keith K3ZL
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WS4E
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« Reply #4 on: September 11, 2013, 06:40:22 AM »

I'm the only online SDR station online in the Southeast US AFAIK, and am located in South FL. op SWL/WV4I, http://sdrspace.com/  for status map.

Normally, antennas are DX LB Plus 160-10M night, Mosley Mini 33AW days 10-20m 3el plus rotate dp on 12/17, both antennas at about 25 feet. The Mosley is usually  fixed about 50 degrees pointing at EU/Med/Middle East/AF. Also works great to ZL/VK when band open.

Please be sure to disconnect when finished as this is a very busy station, courtesy to other users.

Enjoy.

Just curious what it takes to run a websdr site?  Are you running it off of a regular home internet connection(DSL/Cable Modem)?
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WV4I
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« Reply #5 on: October 22, 2013, 05:03:01 AM »

If you go to sdrspace.com, can see list of public SDR receivers available, status i.e. busy, avail, problem. I am SWL/WV4I. For software it's the Server program that's included in the regular download of SDR-Radio V1.5 build 1424 or later. There is a V2.xx version out but have not tried that. Internet connection is DSL, and what's needed beyond that depends on what other bandwidth hungry applications running? Computer is simply netbook running windows 7, cheap used on craigslist, not sure if windows 8 and Server V1.5 ready for prime time? BTW, yet to find a netbook that does not actually have stereo input at mike jack, which is required for I/Q signal input of softrocks, etc.. Radios are mostly sdr-iq's, but just put a softrock receive ensemble ii online with good results so far. Using the softrock to dipole and prefer for <10mhz as no preamp, much higher nosie floor. Using sdr-iq 14mhz and higher and its preamp often, to small mosley mini 33aw beam.

online receiver staus.... http://sdrspace.com/

download sdr-radio here..... http://sdr-radio.com/

For side fun I am also using one of the $11 USB RTL2832/820T based stick receivers to look at aircraft ADS-B transmissions, plots ADS-B equipped aircraft on map. Software is free to download here, elsewhere:

http://www.rtl1090.com/  and   http://www.sprut.de/electronic/pic/projekte/adsb/adsb_en.html

For ads-b application software using rtl1090 beta and adsbSCOPE. Also antenna pattern plotter called SBSplotter.

$11....wow....Enjoy....Link, WV4I

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