I noticed today that the Software Defined Radio from Twente University now has six bands to play with :  0-150 kHz, 1790-1930 kHz, 3500-3760 kHz, 6990-7135 kHz,  10030-10175 khz, 14000-14290 kHz. But it lasts only a few days, so enjoy : http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/

2 Responses to “WebSDR from Twente University temporarily with six bands”

  1. Janne OH1GTF says:

    Long time no see dear friend!

    Isn’t SDR awesome thing! I’ve been quite keen to SDR for about half decade now and I can definitely say, it is the future of radios! Have I told you about my homebrew 160m-10m SDR transceiver?

    73 de Janne, OH1GTF

  2. Joost says:

    Happy New Year Janne,

    I must say : SDR is more and more becoming mature. I closely watch the website from Pappradio. It is a low cost sdr receiver from 1-30 MHz. But maybe it could be tweaked. The receiver chip is able to go up to 200 MHz I believe.
    Antenna activities are like the solar cycle, at it’s bottom 🙂