VE6SLP's Public WebSDR

Sharing the airwaves with you.

Welcome to the WebSDR. This one is provided by Stephen, VE6SLP. It is available to the public to listen to the reception around Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (grid location DO33gn). It is running on 20 metres, centred on 14.160MHz. It is using a small 20m dipole approximately 12 feet off the ground. The radio is the Softrock Ensemble RX II.

Please note that there is some local noise. The main affected frequencies are 14.212MHz, 14.182MHz and 14.155MHz. These are all local noises coming from either the power lines or the Gigabit ethernet switch.


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Waterfall view:
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Bandwidth:
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