Topband: sdrWEB not going in my log

Nick Hall-Patch nhp at
Tue Jan 16 10:17:55 EST 2018

Did the Europeans hear your barefoot transmission, but you were not 
able to hear their barefoot transmission Terry?   Or were you both 
using webSDRs in each others' localities?

(and was this on 160m?)



At 06:44 2018-01-16, terry burge wrote:
>Well I guess I had to find out what all the fuss was about so I went 
>on line and tried some of these European webSDR's. Just worked OK2RZ 
>and YT1AA. Also heard I5ZSS. Using the SDR it's like shooting fish 
>in the barrel. At least when you plug into the right SDR over there. 
>They are not going in my log but I did find out it is easy to do. 
>And I believe it would get so easy the fascination with working the 
>world would be gone for me. It works but the most of what I got out 
>of it was how strong the Europeans were 'over there' and how poor my 
>reception was here in Oregon. Like nil!
>So much for that. But before you think there are only a few of those 
>webSDR's, take another think on that. There apparently are dozens, 
>maybe hundreds. Don't think they will care what a few of us old Ham 
>Radio geeks think.
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Nick Hall-Patch
Victoria, BC

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