Neat! I worked the SP DX RTTY contest yesterday. I could print lots
of 80M european RTTY stations in the contest from this netherlands
receiver with MMTTY running on the connected computer, but couldn't
even hear them on my own rx here in SC. Couldn't hear myself on their
rx when I TX'ed either, until midnight local time, and then only weakly.
I have bookmarked this one - would be very useful to compare
antennas, etc in the future. You can read signal levels from the meter.
I didn't try to record it, but this should be possible so you could
evaluate your audio after a test tx.
I wish they had other bands too for antenna test purposes. 160 and 20
would be good additions. Presently only lower sections of 80 and 40.
At 07:11 PM 4/26/2008, K3KO wrote:
>Try listening to yourself on a web SDR.
>One can listen with the above link on 40 and 80M. It is tunable and does
>CW.SSB and I guess digital modes. Bandwidth is also adjustable.
>No more depending upon some others subjective opinion of your keying and
>You will obviously have to listen on earphones if you're going use voice.
>73 de Brian/K3KO
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