N3UJJ On-Line Software Defined Radio (SDR) Page
This page hosts the configuration information needed to use my on-line Software Defined Radios.
From any computer in the world (with internet access) you can operate any of my software defined radios.
I currently have four Software Defined radios on-line, with three fully operational. As soon as the software is complete I hope to have the FunCube Dongle fully operational. If you have heard about software Defined Radios, and want to play with one (or three), now you have your chance.
I use the outstanding Software From Simon Brown, SDR-RADIO and Ham Radio Deluxe are by far the most advanced Ham Radio Software packages available.
Due to abuse by CBer's (Citizens' Band) 26.965 to 27.405, I have limited the "Guest" login to 10 minutes on the SDR-IQ
A couple of people have said the instructions are not clear.
Please eMail me if you are having a problem.
The FunCube Dongle Software Defined Radio (SDR) (Strange Name, Great Radio)
The FunCube Dongle is a UHF/VHF Software Defined Radio, covering 64MHz to 1,700MHz.
I can't wait to get it on-line
If you got this far, it's time to learn how to set up your Software Defined Radio Software to access my radios.
I use Simon Browns SDR-RADIO Server Software, to access and control my Software Defined Radios
Download the latest Client Software from Simon Brown's site
Download my customized Favorites and Navigator files
Configure the remote connection
Click Connect, and then start, and you are "On The Air"
Note the port address: (see pictures below)
Remember, once you connect, you still have to start the radio.
I also created a custom set of files (Right Click, Save Link As:):
Page last updated:
October 3, 2013 15:15