Near real-time monitoring of radio spectrum, usually concentrating on 10 metres for E and F-layer, tropo, meteor scatter, auroral and other propagation observations and experiments. During major meteor showers this site will monitor for radio reflections from meteors.
Location: IO91ml, Reading, Berkshire, UK.
STATUS 18 Mar 18: All Grabbers UP.
All my files visible on this page have been renamed hf1, hf2, hf3 as of 17 Mar 18. This ensures the latest grab is visible all the time.
Grabber A: is UP on 10m QRSS. Signals will improve when the J-pole vertical is reinstalled. Monitoring QRSS3 on 28000.700-27800.900 kHz. RX: IC-703
Grabber B: is UP on 20m QSS. Usually on an HF band for QRSS, or 49.97 MHz for observation of the BRAMS beacon in Belgium - looking for meteor reflections in particular to correlate with the other grabs. RX: TS-2000
Grabber C: is UP for Meteor Scatter observations on 143.05 MHz Graves space radar. RX: FT-817-ND
Grabber D: is DOWN, and is used for experiments only.
Archives are usually UP live or will catch-up within a few hours. They are based on the Box cloud storage and are time-stamped. I am having some upload issues there and will tidy up the archives.
The main link here takes you to them all.Link to archive
There are 6-hour SpectrumLab grabs in a folder called '10mLongGrabs'.
Hand-picked "best-of" events in '10m EVENTS - KEEP'.
I keep other grabs for about a week. Filename is date and utc time.