An Internet Receiver is a radio receiver that is connected to the Internet. Remote users can connect via the Web, and the audio from the receiver is streamed back to the user. There is usually a Web-based interface that allows various adjustments to be made to the receiver, such as changing the frequency, mode, and other properties. Some of these receivers are free to all, others require membership, and possibly a fee. Various bands may be available, including HF, UHF, and VHF.
- Perseus Servers
- For those using the Perseus SDR on a network
- SDR Console Online Servers
- For those using the popular SDR Console application, often with a SDRPlay SDR
- Spyserver Network
- For those using the Airspy SDRs on the Spyserver network
No registration required
- Kiwi SDR Sites
- KiwiSDR receivers run by HFUnderground members
- Return to A Brief Survey of HF Receiving Equipment
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