This is a Web SDR built using a dedicated machine (i5-3470 CPU @ 3.20GHz with 8GB of memory). Receiver is at the moment only one - it is SDRplay RSP1A connected to a square LoG (Loop on Ground) antenna with a side of about 6m (I have some rtl_sdr's from rtl-sdr.com, which will be used in the future).
Antenna is about 60m from the nearest buildings. This is a single loop just lying on the ground. Eventually - in the future - there will be more receivers and more antennas (phased LoG, etc). Everything takes time, money and this is only hobby project, so please be patient.
At the moment there is one physical receiver and two software receivers using the same device. Due to limited hardware there is no continous RX on one band. Bands are switched. During the day rsp_tcp listens to 40m band, at night - 80m. Signal from rsp_tcp is proxied using rtl_mus, so multiple RX software can be used.
First RX software used is OpenwebRX - it has a great function - decoding FT8 and reporting it to pskreporter. But OpenwebRX has bad (noisy) audio compared to websdr from PA3FWM. I didn't want to loose reporting functionality, so second RX software is running.
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