This is a WebSDR receiver, located in Heppen - Limburg - Belgium - JO21oc - 70m ASL.


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It is operated by Bas ON5HB and Marian ON3MS, e-mail ==> Bas and Marian <==
Beware when we are transmitting ourselves the reception can be disturbed.

Information about the WebSDR project and other servers can be found at ==> http://www.websdr.org <==

NOTE 1 You need both Java and JavaScript enabled for this page to work properly.
If you don't hear anything, probably Java is disabled or the version is too old (i.e. pre-1.4.2).

NOTE 2 If you use a tablet or mobile phone, try this one: ==> Mobile version <==
We are also listed at PocketRxTX thanks to Dan YO3GGX: ==> PocketRxTx Screenshots on Android <==

NOTE 4 Antenna is normally Inverted-L (54m longwire) but can also be a MiniWhip or G5RV (2x17m), depends on the bands I'm using myself.

NOTE 5 Typical bands below 10MHz use LSB and bands above 10MHz USB, however, 60M uses USB as well as most professional users like coastguard and aircontrol.

NOTE 6 The very best radio-station of Belgium is JoeFM (dutch but continues music at night), direct stream: ==> JoeFM <==

NOTE 7 For blind people, the list of waterfall tags can be downloaded here: ==> Click me <==
However, the list is longer then the bands we support, keep that in mind.


All receivers on this websdr are SDRplay RSP1A

Click on the image for more information.

RSP1A website

News:
21/06/2018 - We have been added to PocketRxTX!! Yes!!.
23/09/2018 - We have TeamSpeak as well and work with: TeamSpeak3 Server Link If the link doesn't work server: RDRSN.MOOO.COM:9978
03/01/2019 - We removed 20m band to make room for the RSP1A receiver, currently in test, but we order more of them if they are far better.
05/01/2019 - All dongles are sold, a second RSP1A is in the mail so 0-2 MHz will be back next week. Other bands have to wait until funds are big enough to order more RSP1A.
09/01/2019 - Today 3 SDRplay SPR1A are in use, covering from 0-2, 2-4 and 5.3-7.3 MHz, if there are hickups please mail me.
05/04/2019 - Programmed a spamfilter that shows "Spammer Detected! Bye Bye", this is to notify the spammer that he is noticed and removed. Still do not click on any links in the chatbox if you are not sure!!
19/05/2019 - Native IPv6 support has been added. Let me know if it works. Seen some of you enter with IPv6 already.
Don't be shy, please let us know your name and call in the box below, thanks.


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View:
Allow keyboard:
j k ← →: freq down/up (+shift/ctrl/alt faster)
u l c a f: USB, LSB, CW, AM, FM
z Z: center/zoom waterfall
g: enter frequency

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