This is a WebSDR receiver, located in Ashford, CT, USA FN31VU using a deltaloop turnstile horizontally polarized omnidirectional antenna. Elevation 600ft. It is operated by WA1LGQ, e-mail WA1LGQ at ARRL.NET More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org. A big Thank You to Bas, ON5HB for his work with the RSP1A SDR, and of course thanks to PA3FWM. The carrier on 50.250 is a SDR phantom.

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