Topband: VU2GSM webSDR use
us5we at bk.ru
Mon Jan 15 04:11:12 EST 2018
Thank you Manoj, it was more then hard but we did it!
I was running a WEBSDR under Ubuntu16 on 6 meters myself to control the quality of my signal especially on JT65 so I know the technology from the inside.
If someone does not want anyone from outside the local area to use his WEBSDR he can easily put the GEO-IP filtered access on.
Instead, we see the private correspondence being made public.
I was lucky to earn DXCC HR#1 long before new computer technologies started to dominate the hobby so just having fun nowadays.
CU all in CQWW160 contest.
>Понедельник, 15 января 2018, 5:22 UTC от Manoj Ramawarrier <vu2cpl at gmail.com>:
>I am a newbie on TB and started working here only from 02 Dec 2017. I have so far 632 QSOs 58 DXCC entities worked and 52 confirmed on lotw.
>Each of these QSOs, were hard, but I can proudly say I heard and worked all on my TX/RX.
>I have been seeing the discussion on this topic and is equally dismayed and pained at the comments and conclusions implying all VU’s might be doing this.
>Please don’t generalise that all VUs and 4S7s. I understand VU is rare on TB and have been getting a lot of email requests and some of them - US5WE and K4PI had to really sweat it out for almost 2 weeks.
>If websdr was the option, we would have done it on first day itself.
>There were complaints on ON4KST chat room that I don’t hear well. Fine, I went ahead and installed a 350 ft Beverage and I started hearing much better in NNW/SSE direction. Now next is an E/W Beverage.
>If any of you want a QSO on any band/mode please feel free to contact. I use lotw and will be happy to confirm your qso immediately.
>HNY & 73
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73, Victor Goncharsky US5WE/K1WE (UW5W in VHF contests, ex UB5WE), P.E.
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