Welcome to this WebSDR receiver (running PA3FWM dist11 software), located near Derby in central England.
It is funded, operated and maintained by the Gentlemen Of 1942, including, G8DKV, G8EBM, G3YXM, G4FPH, G0HNW, G4FQI, G3PXQ, G3PWS, G4DLX, G8MXT, G4JFB, G1YFF, G4NIA, G4DCI. Any questions about the receiver may be sent to Mark, G4FPH. E-mail Mark
The Derby WebSDR is publicly accessible, but not listed in the WebSDR directory.
More information about the WebSDR project can be found at: http://www.websdr.org.
The mobile version of this site at: http://www.1942khz.net/m.html
Note: This receiver is located in very close proximity to a number of transmitting stations in the Derby area, none more so than Martyn, G8DKV. He's so close that, given a good throw of a stone, he might hit the WebSDR antenna. Please do not mistake overload of the simple WebSDR front-end for Martyn's signal being excessively wide. I would willingly sell my house and all my possessions to support this WebSDR.
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Modes and Filters:
kHz @ -6dB;
kHz @ -60dB.
Or drag the passband edges on the frequency scale.