Paljon liikenetta! R Multiband vertical. Half wave Dipole. Slotted waveguide at 20m AGL. Two Elements Cubical Quad. Drahtantenne horizontal.
QRPp FT8 Contest on QO-100 NB Transponder
Global Radio Guide (Summer 2020)
Pages Home SDR. Very weak Spanish conversation at tune-in to Bolivian cumbia music. Station jingle to local time check and Andean pan flutes at Station promo and Andean vocals. Public service announcement string. Still audible at recheck. Quechua programming with phone-calls and station ID at Great music between talk, evening phone-calls, and personal messages to rural listeners. Station is from Cochabamba in the south-central highlands of Bolivia.
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I'd like to say a big thanks to everyone who joined my journey with this project! I hope you had a good time listening on the site, and learnt some things about SDR. The purpose of this site was to provide a technological demonstration for amateur radio operators about Software Defined Radio, and I hope this goal has been reached. As this website was a one-person hobby project, with my tasks and responsibilities growing, and my focus moving to other projects at which I hope to make a greater positive impact, I'm unable to further develop SDR. Furthermore, I think this site has some good alternatives now. Nevertheless, in my opinion amateur radio receivers should be shared with strict access control in the future. If you have more questions, feel free to consult the FAQ. As stated above, it was a one-person hobby project, and I don't have the capacity anymore to neither develop or maintain the site, nor protect it from abuse. The short answer is: yes. Note also that this website was not affiliated directly with the company developing and selling the KiwiSDR: it was a one-person hobby project instead.