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Online DF'ing.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:48 am

I spotted this on Southgate ARC's site.

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/kiwisdr-tdoa-direction-finding-now-freely-available-for-public-use/


An online network of KiwiSDR radios enables you to pinpoint the location of stations using Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA) direction finding techniques

The RTL-SDR site has published an article about the online radios:

The KiwiSDR is a US$299 HF SDR that can monitor the entire 0 - 30 MHz band at once. It is designed to be web-based and shared, meaning that the KiwiSDR owner, or anyone that they've given access, can tune and listen to it via a web browser over the internet.

Public KiwiSDRs can be found and browsed from the list at sdr.hu or by signal strength and location on this website
http://sibamanna.duckdns.org/sdr_map.html


This is a great resource for keen SWL's.
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Re: Online DF'ing.

Postby Minus1 » Sun Jul 15, 2018 8:44 am

Interesting, but we'd need a LOT more SDRs on http://www.globaltuners.com for it to be of much use here.
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