All of the utilities on this website are proudly provided to the amateur radio community free of charge! However, there are costs (servers, etc) involved for me to keep it going.
If you have found them useful, and would like to show your appreciation and help with costs, you can throw a few dollars into the hat below!
The web SDR page is hosted on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 2 GB of memory. It is running the OpenWebRX web SDR software on it to provide the web interface. When there are no active listeners on the SDR, it is on a schedule to decode various digital modes in the background, and send them to PSK Reporter and WSPRnet.
The MF/HF receiver is a NooElec NESDR SMArt RTL-SDR stick. An opendous Upconverter 125MHz v1.3 is connected between it and the antenna, and bumps all signals up by 125 MHz, moving them into the optimal receiving range of the RTL-SDR. The antenna is an AMLA-150 active mag-loop. This is a slightly modified version of the MLA-30 mag-loop antenna. Currently the antenna is mounted about 6 feet up, on a length of PVC pipe in my garage, but will eventually be moved elsewhere.
The VHF/UHF receiver is a NooElec NESDR SMArt RTL-SDR stick. The antenna is a telescopic whip attached to a small mag-mount base, and stuck to the top of a mini-fridge in the garage. This is a temporary configuration, and I eventually plan to replace the antenna with a discone.