This WebSDR receiver is located in Santa Clarita California. It is operated by Bill Walton KJ6EO, e-mail kj6eo58@gmail.com. The Station currently consists of 8 V3 RTL-SDR dongles and 8 Nooelec Ham It Up upconverters, a Q-Bit QB-300 LNA using the following antennas:

AM-160M: Wellbrook 1M Active Loop

80M: Double Bazooka Dipole at 18M

40M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

30M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

25M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

20M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

15M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

10-11M: Force 12 C4-SXL 8 Element Yagi at 18M

I do get on the air from time to time. When I do, I have to shut the WebSDR down. So, I apologize in advance if the server just abruptly goes down. If you like Country Music, you might enjoy listening to my FM Radio Station 101.5 KZNQ located here in Santa Clarita, CA (https://qcountryscv.com). Enjoy the site! Thank you to Pieter PA3FWM for allowing me to use his software. More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org.

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