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Online Web SDR Receivers.

A WebSDR is a Software-Defined Radio receiver connected to the internet, allowing many listeners to listen and tune it simultaneously. SDR technology makes it possible that all listeners tune independently, and thus listen to different signals; this is in contrast to the many classical receivers that are already available via the internet.

WebSDR at the University of Twente, Enschede, NL
W4AX Softrock 160, 80, 40, and 20M. Atlanta, GA, USA
WebSDR from Weert, The Netherlands
HF WebSDR at University of Eindhoven, NL by Maxwell Foundation.
Russia, Moscow region, Protvino: RV3DLX and RN3DKT
SBSA SiljansbygdensSandareamatorer, SK4KO, Mora, Sweden
SP3PGX ham radio club at University of Zielona Gora, Poland
OK1KPU - Amateur Radio Club Doubravka castle
G4FPH 160 / 80 metre WebSDR located in central England.
160m, 80m and 40m SDR's from Nantwich in Cheshire
3 Softrock Lite II Receivers located in Bucharest, Romania.
Web SDR in Melbourne Australia - Softrock Ensemble II RX and RXTX
Receptor SDR Brasileiro em Sorocaba, SP - Brasil
WEB SDR in Estonia
SoftRock HF Ensemble II receiver in Russia the Krasnoyarsk region Siberia, auto change band 80m, 40m, 20m
WEB SDR in Hungary.
K2SDR Sea Girt, New Jersey - 3 Softrock Receivers - CW portion
Softrock for 40m and 80m, Station South of Johannesburg, South Africa.
HB9FX Remote Site Hochwacht 644 m asl
Receiver in Kingston, Rhode Island, USA near the ocean - SoftRock.
SoftRock's on 80m and 160m in Berlin, Germany. Service available daily from 3pm-2am CET.
VHF/UHF WebSDR at University of Eindhoven, NL by Maxwell Foundation.
G4HYG CCW SDR-4+ receiver on 40m with inverted V dipole from Bolton, NW England.
Softrock 6 20m receiver located in Russia, Tyumen (West Siberia).
10m Beacon Band receiver from a Patterson, California Hilltop (USA).
25 meter radio telescope near Dwingeloo, The Netherlands
Receiver at K7UEB, Walla Walla University.
WebSDR at IDeTIC, Univ. of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
LU5DNP - Saladillo City - Bs. As. R.Argentina
WebSDR from Radio.it project of CSP - Softrock Ensemble RX II
EA5CV & EA5DOM FCD Spain
10 Meter Beacon Receiver at W5ZA in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
WebSDR from Radio.it project of CSP - Softrock Lite II(80m, 192KHz), ETTUS USRP1(80m, 576KHz)
2 Softrock Lite II Receivers located in Breaza (PH), Romania.
WebSDR on 80m , 40m & 20m Yerevan Armenia (FRRA)
WebSDR @ KIT
Softrock Ensemble II RX at DL7OLGs Server in JO62PM Berlin
OK2IP WebSDR - Rosice, Czech Republic
Softrock Ensemble II RX on 60 Meters near Atlanta, GA USA
4X6QB radio station of the wireless communication laboratory in Ariel University Center, ISRAEL.
TI2/NA7U Softrock II Lite with Ubuntu 12.04

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