Re: [WOR] SDR.HU remote web receivers now only available to radio amateurs
Bry Carling AF4K
Radio amateurs parking on one frequency; that is how
some radio amateurs often find their friends... or
become a relaiable contact for real conversation.
Think daily chat. Or nets. Formal and informal.
There is still alot of that. Not everyone is a contester (not saying that you think that... it just is!)
I know there is nnot much of that left in the "digital age."
Most hams seem to be using inpersonal forms of communication, and the older ones who are the exception, might be puzzling to didgi ops!
73 - Brian "Bry" Carling, AF4K CRYSTALS Co.
A4941, G3XLQ, WB4FPH, WN4NRR, AF4K.
The Carling Group, LLChttp://af4k.com/crystals.htm
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Subject: Re: [webreceivers] [WOR] SDR.HU remote web receivers now only available to radio amateurs
As a Christmas present to myself I added a second KiwiSDR to my Marahau site.
I thought this would allow me to offer more channels to DXers & SWLs while
using more channels for my own interest, WSPRnet.
I find it interesting that those people who "abuse" my receivers are all amateurs,
at least based on the frequencies they are monitoring. The DXers & SWLs
come and go. The hams squat on a channel all day every day. Why I have no idea.