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WebSDR Server with an Active Dipole Antenna - Box with "6" SDR Receivers, power supply, HP EliteDesk PC, Raspberry Pi4 for Spyserver, Filters etc.
Operator: Wolfgang - HB9RYZ located in Hünenberg
Hünenberg is located in the central part of Switzerland about 20
miles away from Lucerne.
• October 2020: Project start and going on the air. Questions please to firstname.lastname@example.org
• WebSDR will be offline during local thunderstorms
• Quick Start Guide by PeanutPower Quick Start Guide
• Firefox is the preferred browser
Receivers: 5x SDRplay
RSP1a receivers for 160m/80m/60m/20m/10m bands and one AFEDRI USB-SDR Receiver for the 40m Band
Computer: HP EliteDesk 800 G1 PC, Intel Core i5-4570T 2.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, 250 GB SSD Disk (64-Bit), 6 USB-Ports
Operating-System: Debian 10 Linux
Antenna: a small active dipole
Note 1 Code from the
Utah WebSDR (tks!) is added for support of Chrome, Apple, etc.
Go to this Utah site for more info if needed.
Note 2 Chrome users: use +Shift
key for frequency scrolling on frequency scale
Note 3 CATSync
allows you to synchronize the WebSDR with your real rig.
WebSDR is a very strong concept developed by PA3FWM!
More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org.
© Copyrights Graphical User Interface (GUI) design of
this WebSDR: PA0SIM and PE0MJX
Copying the GUI design partially or completely is allowed with proper source reference including a link to websdrmaasbree for non commercial WebSDR use only.