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Good Input

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

This is good, I like this exchange. I was thinking of keeping a core of receivers on list that have proven to be reliable through time. This way accent would be on "good reliable radios " that wouldnt frustrate people, instead of seeing how many we can get on list. More ideas?

Re: Web radio Club Notes

Michael and Ross
 

Maybe we also need methods/tips how to use them if we have problems getting them to work on our PCs.
Michael&Ross

--- On Sun, 2/27/11, terribly wet <zz4@...> wrote:

From: terribly wet <zz4@...>
Subject: Re: [webreceivers] Web radio Club Notes
To: webreceivers@...
Date: Sunday, February 27, 2011, 10:58 AM















 









I have little familiarity with web receivers. To
me they could be

interesting just for perhaps BCB 530-1700 khz.



-- but most I see don't seem to work !!! (even links
dead)



-- or PRIVATE ??



On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 11:04 AM, bradebi <bradebi@...>
wrote:



During the past 12 years or so I have been involved
wwith 3 or 4 internet

web receiver clubs of different venues, all I believe
achieved a membership

of over 300 or sso members. That indicates there is a
lot of interest in web

receivers, especially useful for dx'ers who do not
have equipment at home of

their own. Time is somewhat limmmited for me now, and
sometimes I tire of

keeping tedious lists. What I like to do is write the
news. I am thinking of

deferring to the DXZone list of web receivers, rather
than us keeping our

own list here, at least one that is exhaustive. Then I
can merrily scan the

internet for LATE=BREAKING web receiver news, check
receivers to make sure

they still work, etc. I think that would be good
because there is a quick

turn-over time sometimes on these radios. What say
yea???



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Re: Web radio Club Notes

terribly wet
 

I have little familiarity with web receivers. To me they could be
interesting just for perhaps BCB 530-1700 khz.

-- but most I see don't seem to work !!! (even links dead)

-- or PRIVATE ??







On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 11:04 AM, bradebi <bradebi@...> wrote:



During the past 12 years or so I have been involved wwith 3 or 4 internet
web receiver clubs of different venues, all I believe achieved a membership
of over 300 or sso members. That indicates there is a lot of interest in web
receivers, especially useful for dx'ers who do not have equipment at home of
their own. Time is somewhat limmmited for me now, and sometimes I tire of
keeping tedious lists. What I like to do is write the news. I am thinking of
deferring to the DXZone list of web receivers, rather than us keeping our
own list here, at least one that is exhaustive. Then I can merrily scan the
internet for LATE=BREAKING web receiver news, check receivers to make sure
they still work, etc. I think that would be good because there is a quick
turn-over time sometimes on these radios. What say yea???



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Remotehams

Mauno_Ritola
 

I see a rx in Australia on Remotehams online map, but it isn't on the online list. How does one use such receiver?

Thank you,

Mauno

Re: DXZONE Online Internet Receivers

Michael Grigoni <michael.grigoni@...>
 

I wonder if anyone uses the lists of online receivers; I added my
(temporarily off-the-air) receiver several years ago and nobody
ever accessed it

Michael

Re: DXZONE Online Internet Receivers

Gary L. Hinton <en35jf@...>
 

Good luck in getting DXZone to update listings. My receiver (Ham Lake,
Minnesota) has been "off the air" for over a year and requests to remove it
from the list have gone unanswered. My Icom PCR1000 can now be accessed via
Shortwave Log website, http://www.shortwavelog.com/, and will never again
have a direct web server interface.



Better still get a Perseus SDR, http://www.microtelecom.it/perseus/,and join
the online group here - http://microtelecom.it/map/PerseusServers.html



73s,



Gary



From: webreceivers@... [mailto:webreceivers@...] On
Behalf Of bradebi
Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2011 10:17 AM
To: webreceivers@...
Subject: [webreceivers] DXZONE Online Internet Receivers





I mentioned DXZone List of interneet receivers in earlier post. The link in
is our club homepage linklist aand below iss the url. There are lots of
defunct receivers on the list. If someone has questions about any receivers
on their list, let me know and Ill check it out. Keep in mind there are a
lot of radios on this list, it is not my list. Maybe with time we can help
DXZone weed out the bad links, for the benefit of all swl's and dx'ers.

http://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Internet_and_Radio/Online_Receivers/

DXZONE Online Internet Receivers

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I mentioned DXZone List of interneet receivers in earlier post. The link in is our club homepage linklist aand below iss the url. There are lots of defunct receivers on the list. If someone has questions about any receivers on their list, let me know and Ill check it out. Keep in mind there are a lot of radios on this list, it is not my list. Maybe with time we can help DXZone weed out the bad links, for the benefit of all swl's and dx'ers.



http://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Internet_and_Radio/Online_Receivers/

How Can Membership Help?

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

How can membership help? Keep club advised by posting any web radio observations...good radio, bad radio, good on vhf, new radio, dead radio,dead link etc. And, actually, I believe the more we exchange comments which are relevant, it makes it a lot more fun for everyone...obviously, all 300 or so of us had a reason for joining the club.

Web radio Club Notes

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

During the past 12 years or so I have been involved wwith 3 or 4 internet web receiver clubs of different venues, all I believe achieved a membership of over 300 or sso members. That indicates there is a lot of interest in web receivers, especially useful for dx'ers who do not have equipment at home of their own. Time is somewhat limmmited for me now, and sometimes I tire of keeping tedious lists. What I like to do is write the news. I am thinking of deferring to the DXZone list of web receivers, rather than us keeping our own list here, at least one that is exhaustive. Then I can merrily scan the internet for LATE=BREAKING web receiver news, check receivers to make sure they still work, etc. I think that would be good because there is a quick turn-over time sometimes on these radios. What say yea???

Re: Updates to Web Receiver List Moving Along

terribly wet
 

I guess I sparked interest by posting in the ABDX group.


ya know..I had a Yahoo Group for the same subject and if anybody would join they would NEVER say anything..chronically...

--- In webreceivers@..., David Nordmann <davidnordm@...> wrote:

How can I be of help. Please explain.

On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 11:37 AM, bradebi <bradebi@...> wrote:



I am getting there as far as deleting non-operative web receivers. Then I
will begin searching for working web receivers. Any help our membership can
lend in updating this list will be aappreciated. I am looking hard at
raather to continue with this group, participation is not good. It would be
nice to see a little activity. What say ???

Brad



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Re: Updates to Web Receiver List Moving Along

David Nordmann
 

How can I be of help. Please explain.

On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 11:37 AM, bradebi <bradebi@...> wrote:



I am getting there as far as deleting non-operative web receivers. Then I
will begin searching for working web receivers. Any help our membership can
lend in updating this list will be aappreciated. I am looking hard at
raather to continue with this group, participation is not good. It would be
nice to see a little activity. What say ???

Brad



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Updates to Web Receiver List Moving Along

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I am getting there as far as deleting non-operative web receivers. Then I will begin searching for working web receivers. Any help our membership can lend in updating this list will be aappreciated. I am looking hard at raather to continue with this group, participation is not good. It would be nice to see a little activity. What say ???

Brad

Live HF ATC from Philippines Web Receiver

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I see that the Live ATC website in our links has HF audio from receiver in Philippines which monitors 8942 Khz, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Manila, Singapore and other airports can be heard here. Live ATC is in our links.

Rimini Italy Globaltuner

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I did some tuning lately on the Italian Globaltuner in Rimini, and I find this radio to receive LW and MW ssignals from all around the Meditterranean quite well, good radio and the old classic Javaradio interface is still available here.

Japan Globaltuner

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

Looks like Globaltuners has added a receiver in Japan. There are mmany newer receivers at Globaltuners. Be sure to check them out. I will have some notes on some of them here. Pacific DX siite in Washington state will be fun for trans-Pacicic MW DX.

Hong Kong Radio

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I failed to mention you can find VR2HF Hong Kong Web Radio at Globaltuners.com.

AFN Guam

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

Currently listening to AFN Guam on Hong Kong Web radio, 5765 Khz.

Re: Update For This Club Due

Mauno_Ritola
 

Yes, at least sdrspace.com and
http://www.microtelecom.it/map/PerseusServers.html are missing.

30.1.2011 17:21, bradebi kirjoitti:


I think it is time to update this web receivers club, breath some life
into it again. I will need to work on our " Links" in left margin as
this is our master index of receivers available for tuning shortwave
on the internet.

Update For This Club Due

bradebi <bradebi@...>
 

I think it is time to update this web receivers club, breath some life into it again. I will need to work on our " Links" in left margin as this is our master index of receivers available for tuning shortwave on the internet.

Re: (unknown)

Thomas Pelletier
 

hi I had the same problem lol. use radioreference.com best online web page I
ever found




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From: raytony70 <joedirt@...>
To: webreceivers@...
Sent: Fri, December 24, 2010 11:26:55 AM
Subject: [webreceivers] (unknown)

 
how do you use this