Near real-time monitoring of small slices of radio spectrum, usually concentrating on 28 MHz QRSS signals and 49 and 143 MHz space beacons for E and F-layer, tropo, meteor scatter, auroral and other unusal propagation observations and experiments. During major meteor showers this site will monitor for radio reflections from areas of ionisation in the ionosphere caused by meteors.
The "grabber" [a snapshot is taken every time the screen fills] by the Argo software, v1 build 145 by I2PHD, which is doing the narrow-bandwith processing at audio frequencies.
Location: IO91 Berkshire, UK.
Grabber A: is on 10m QRSS. RX: IC-703. Vertical J-Pole for 10 metres
Grabber B: is on 160m QRSS 1838 kHz +/- 100Hz. RX: FT-817-ND. Active loop with phased noise cancellation
Grabber C: is on BRAMS beacon, Belgium 49.97MHz USB. RX:TS-2000. Sloping Delta Loop
Archives are live and based on the Box cloud storage. The file names are time-stamped. The main link here takes you to them all.Link to archive
Hand-picked "best-of" events in '10m EVENTS - KEEP'.