Thanks George, KC9UIU for a great presentation and demonstration at our July meeting on how you can build & operate (listen,) to your own SDR station – Very doable, not expensive and supported with various software options.
We found this video on YouTube which, in effect, duplicates what George presented and is another good reference for those who want to investigate SDR –
Finally, there are alternative ways to ‘play’ with SDR and listen to SDR radio stations across the world. See this general list with links at http://websdr.org/
or my favorite SDR located in the Netherlands (remember the time zone changes and take that into account, that our mid day is their sunset, etc.) http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/
Got a question – e-mail George ( gtasson (at) sbcglobal.net )
who will be glad to help you on your quest . .
Happy listening –
Through the genius of Alexander Graham Bell, Al Gore along with the grace of G-d, our repeater W9YRC is once again connected. Listen for both IRLP and Echolink now properly functioning – A special shout out to Nick, KC9WPR for putting things back in order.
A very successful adventure – preliminary numbers from this year’s YRC Field Day effort show that even with extremely challenging HF propagation, the club almost exceeded last year’s record contact count. Along with bonus points, those efforts might have put us above last year’s total score – A very good time was had by all – some learning, some doing, some fun – no, make that a lot of fun, and some very good camaraderie.
See the photo gallery for a look see.
Additional photos to be added as they arrive.
York Radio Club has any number of very talented members ,
but did you know that many of their harmonics are also extremely talented, creative and on the mark – here’s a look at what Ms Ann McCormick produced during the YRC Field Day set-up – say no more, just take a look –
BTW, we’re guessing there will be additional material collected and produced this weekend – visit YRD FD and be part of the next release!