RA0SMS Mini-Whip antenna with Splitter and NooElec Ham It Up v1.2 Upconverter
Band 2m: USB dongle RTL2832u with R828D
Band 70cm: USB dongle RTL2832u with R828D
Band PMR466: USB dongle RTL2832u with R828D
DIAMOND CR8900 antenna with Splitter
2016-01-01: The first attempts to start the WebSDR server. 2016-04-25: The WebSDR server has been suspended. 2017-12-20: WebSDR server reactivation with 80m and 40m bands. 2018-01-24: Added 2m band. 2018-04-21: Under the waterfall have been added tabs with frequencies presets. 2018-05-13: Added 20m band. 2018-05-10: Modified website interface. 2018-06-04: Added number stations schedule and Google Calendar events from website priyom.org 2018-06-08: Added server temperature monitor. 2018-06-24: Added new bands: 11m and 4m. 2018-07-22: The 11m band has been changed to the PMR 446MHz band.
Every day between 15:00 - 15:20 CET the internet connection is restarted.
If you don't hear anything, probably Java is disabled or its version is too old (i.e., pre-1.4.2) or your browser does not support HTML5.
Since April 2018, the Chrome browser is reluctant to play audio on WebSDR sites.
If you use Chrome and have no audio on WebSDR sites, a workaround is to switch off Chrome's new autoplay policy, by typing
chrome://flags/#autoplay-policy in the navigation bar
and changing this setting from Default to No user gesture is required
(and restarting the browser).
Remember: If you don't do something (e.g. retune, adjust bandwidth, volume) this WebSDR will time out after 120 minutes. If it does time out, refresh the browser.
It seems Java is not installed or disabled on your computer. You need to install and/or enable it for this website to work properly.
Since Java version 7u51, Java needs to be enabled separately for each website; see http://websdr.org/java.html for instructions.
Your browser does not seem to support HTML5 WebAudio; please try a recent version of Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari; or switch to Java.
WARNING!!! Since September 2018, the Chrome browser occasionally starts to play white noise on WebSDR sites. As a workaround, muting and unmuting usually restores normal audio. Chromium engineers are looking into the problem. Alternatively, use a different browser, like Firefox.
This WebSDR is currently being used by ? user(s) simultaneously.
Your session: 0 hrs 0 min 0 sec
Note: time, frequency, your name/call, and DXCC information are added automatically.
View the last 20 lines of the logbook,
or the entire logbook (ctrl-click for new tab/window).
Lookup in databases
Beacon: 145.930 MHz /
Downlink: 145.870 MHz
Beacon: 145.960 MHz /
Downlink: 145.960 MHz
Beacon: 145.880 MHz /
Downlink: 145.880 MHz
Beacon: 145.935 MHz /
Downlink: 145.960 MHz
Beacon: 145.815 MHz /
Downlink: 145.970 MHz
Beacon: 145.970 MHz /
Downlink: 145.950 MHz
Uplink: 145.850 MHz /
Downlink: 436.795 MHz
Voice/SSTV: 145.800 MHz /
Packet: 145.825 MHz
This chatbox is intended to discuss the operation of the WebSDR.
The operators of this site disclaim any responsibility for text appearing in this chatbox.
Please no links or advertising.