About this WebSDR
Operated by Rob, AI6VN, this WebSDR operates from Kahakuloa, Hawaii on the island of Maui at an elevation of approximately 400 meters (1300 feet) above sea level.
This system uses a 75 meter long Beverage antenna pointed northeast (approx. 50°) connected to SDRPlay receivers with the WebSDR software running under Linux on an Atomic Pi PC.
This WebSDR is co-located with the Maui WSPRDaemon receivers, using the same antenna and Internet connection, and is provided for the benefit of amateurs and shortwave listeners - local and worldwide.
About the WSPRDaemon project:
The WSPRDaemon project is a worldwide endeavor in which WSPR "spots" and receiver noise data is accumulated and made available in an interactive database for propagation analysis - both by amateurs and researchers.
For more information about this project visit the WSPRDaemon.org page.
Questions or comments about this WebSDR? Send them to rob (at) robinett.us
This WebSDR will
time out after 90 minutes
if you don't adjust volume, change frequency, etc. If it does
time out, reload the page.
To invoke this page with a preset frequency and mode, append "/?tune=(freq
kHz)(mode)" to the URL. As an example, for 7088 kHz LSB, use: