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  • #48353
    Scott Young
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    This morning around 8 I heard KBPS battling with KEED on top of the mess on 1450.

    #49739
    chessyduck
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    Bummer. It looks like the Adair Village W7PUA KiwiSDR has dropped off the radar. It was formerly at : http://w7pua.ddns.net:8073/

    #49740
    chessyduck
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    Inovonics Inc has made “public” a number of web-enabled broadcast receivers for sales demonstration purposes. Okay, so they’re located in Felton, California near Santa Cruz. Still it’s a cool way to test drive some high-end RF gear: AM, FM, FM/HD.

    https://www.inovonicsbroadcast.com/news/live-on-line-demos-via-web-links.html

    It took a few minutes to learn all the features and tricks. FM reception is good down to the Gonzales/Soledad area south of Salinas. I throttle down the audio bandwidth so as to not waste bits… Enjoy!

    #49741
    W7PAT
    Participant

    I haven’t been able to open the Glide SDR for quite some time. Anyone else experiencing the same?

    #49765
    chessyduck
    Participant

    Good news at: http://w7pua.ddns.net:8073/

    W7PUA’s receiver at Adair Village is back online!

    #49988
    chessyduck
    Participant

    All Hail the Moose! Moose Aviation in Williams, Oregon has added a new KiwiSDR to the Internet mix:

    http://moosekiwi.ddns.net:8073/

    It’s somewhat noisy but still a nice addition. Williams is located in the Applegate region south of Grants Pass.

    They also run a nice weatherstation at : mooseweather.cloud .

    Thank you AL7CR!

    #50909
    chessyduck
    Participant

    I noticed a new receiver i. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It co
    can be found on the receiver map at rx.linkfanel.net or directly at;

    http://98.146.97.165:8073/

    Thank you K7BIZ for your contribution to the monitoring experience.

    #51027
    chessyduck
    Participant

    The regional WebSDRs have proved helpful in hearing the latest Northwest shortwave target. Yes, CFVP, the 100-watt shortwave relay of “Funny 1060” CKMX in Calgary, is back on air. Best times to hear it are during daylight hours before Radio Martí, Greenville NC and the Cuban jammers hit the airwaves during the evenings.

    In the wintertime CFVP makes it into the Portland area during daylight hours. The transmitter is a custom-built LPB unit modifiec for shoetwave. Local radio engineers and hams up there helped revive the outlet.. Kudos to all!

    #51063
    W7PAT
    Participant

    I have never heard it here.

    #51066
    chessyduck
    Participant

    I have my CFVP QSL card, not as cool as the one for 10-watt now-defunct CKFX 6080 kHz which relayed CKWX. My first CKFX card was the “rainbow” fold out card for parent CKWX but eventually I snagged the special 10-watt edition. CBC Vancouvers’s CKZU on 6160 kHz was a great daytime listen in metro-Portland before budget cuts and technology killed it.

    #52052
    chessyduck
    Participant

    The Walla Walla Valley Amateur Radio Club (W7DP) has added a KiwiSDR to their College Park station.

    http://receiver.n7dmr.com/

    #52058
    pdx5810
    Participant

    I’m going to ask what I am sure is silly questions… 🙂

    I have fiddled with these online receivers and love them! But is there a way to get FM stations?

    Thanks!

    #52059
    lastday
    Participant

    globaltuners.com has a few remote-controlled FM-capable tuners.

    #52062
    chessyduck
    Participant

    You also can test-drive some web-enabled FM receivers sold by Inovonics . Their HQ is near Santa Cruz, California so you wiñl hear stations from San Francisco to the Salinas Valley.

    https://www.inovonicsbroadcast.com/news/live-on-line-demos-via-web-links.html

    Enjoy!

    #52067
    Alfredo_T
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    I tried out one of the Kiwi online radios yesterday (from a link posted previously on this thread), and I was left wondering, what is the intended purpose of the IQ feature? I know what the feature is doing (it is using two product detectors, driven 90 degrees out of phase and routing the output from one detector to the left channel and the other to the right). However, the locally-generated carrier is free-running, unlike that in the synchronous-AM mode.

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