Near real-time monitoring of small slices of radio spectrum, usually concentrating on 28 MHz and 7 or 10 MHz QRSS (very slow morse) signals, GB3BUX 50 MHz, 49 MHz Brams or 143 MHz Graves space beacons for E and F-layer, tropospheric, meteor scatter, auroral and other unusal propagation observations and experiments.
The "grabber" [a snapshot is taken every time the screen fills] uses Argo software, v1 build 145 by I2PHD, which is doing the narrow-bandwith processing at audio frequencies. I run 4 instances of the software, with three soundcards. It all runs on a cheap Lenovo Windows 10 SSD laptop. I also run WSPR running on 10m and 30m.
Location: IO91 in Reading, Berkshire, UK. Email: my callsign @ qsl.net
Grabber A: The new 10m European QRSS slot at 28125.500 kHz +200 Hz. RX: IC-703. Vertical antenna for 10 metres
Grabber B: The new 10m Americas QRSS slot at 28125.700 kHz +200 Hz. RX: IC-703. Vertical antenna for 10 metres
Grabber C: New! 6m QRSS slot at ~50.294.365 MHz; Brams beacon, Belgium, 49.97 MHz USB RX: FT-817 ND and horizontal dipole favours E-W
Grabber D: Graves space radar, France 143.05 MHz +/- 90Hz or 30m QRSS at 10140 kHz +/-100 Hz. RX: TS-2000 VHF vertical or Wellbrook AL1530 active loop
Archives are live and based on free 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'.