This WebSDR is operated by the Southampton University Wireless Society in collaboration with Martin G8JNJ and Noel G8GTZ
More information about how to operate the SUWS uWave WebSDR and how it works can be found in these documents:-
A comprehensive User Guide to the Microwave WebSDR - Written by Martin G8JNJ
A general overview of the Microwave WebSDR - Written by Noel G8GTZ
The SDR is located in IO91OF- If you are using this SDR to track High Altitude Balloons with Habhub please use Latitude: 51.23, Longitude: -0.82
- 10.368 GHz - 10.370 GHz - 3cm Band - Amateur radio propagation beacons and narrow band modes such as SSB & CW
- 436 MHz - 438 MHz - 70cm Band - Amateur radio satellites and Digital Television
- 434 MHz - 436 MHz - 70cm Band - Amateur radio satellites and High Altitude Balloon (HAB) telemetry
- 432 MHz - 434 MHz - 70cm Band - Amateur radio narrow band modes, FM repeaters & simplex activity and licence free short range radio devices
- GB3FN is based less than a mile away and may cause interference to reception on 70cm when it is in use
- 144 MHz - 146 MHz - 2m Band - Amateur radio narrow band modes, FM repeaters & simplex activity, satellites and the International Space Station
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|Our thanks to all those involved in tracing the recent source of interference on 437MHz and for fixing the problem.|
|Reception in the 432-434MHz band is occasionally suffering from a gain reduction of approx 30dB. We are working to try and resolve this issue.|