This WebSDR is operated by the Southampton University Wireless Society in collaboration with Martin G8JNJ and Noel G8GTZ.
21st July: Thanks to Pieter-Tjerk, we now have HTML5 capability! Please report any issues in the chat.
22nd June: 3cm, 23cm and 70cm dongles are now fitted with TCXOs. This should greatly increase frequency accuracy and stability on these bands.
20th June: SUWS WebSDR mentioned on ARRL News as one of the first receivers to pick up signals from the the newly launched cubesats.
30th March: Filtered Pre-amp added for 2m, has raised the noise floor but dramatically improved weak signal reception
- 432.7 MHz - 434.7 MHz
- GB3ET (co-sited) will send a short ident every 10 minutes.
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- When tracking High Altitude Balloons through the WebSDR with dl-fldigi, please set your location to Latitude: 51.3, Longitude: -1.1
The software used for this WebSDR is kindly provided by the WebSDR Project.
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