Northern Utah WebSDR now has a YouTube channel - see it here!
Northern Utah WebSDR - Server #5
30-10 Meters - Northwest-pointing beam
U.S. West Coast, Alaska, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific
This WebSDR is located near Corinne, Utah, about 80 miles (94km) north of Salt Lake City and about 14 miles (23km) east of the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
The Northern Utah WebSDR system has coverage on all U.S. amateur HF, MF and LF bands, 2 meters, the bottom 1 MHz of 6 meters, and several shortwave broadcast bands - see the Technical Info page for more details.
This WebSDR (#5) uses a KLM 10-30-7LPA log-periodic antenna that is oriented to a bearing of northwest - approximately 278° (true) at a height of 53 feet (16 meters) above ground - for coverage of the north and western portions of the U.S. (including Alaska) and Canada. For DX it covers Australia and much of Asia. This antenna provides continuous coverage from 10 through 30 MHz. This antenna was kindly donated by the Ted Elliot Hartson trust.
The Northwest-pointing KLM 30-10 meter Log Periodic at the Northern Utah WebSDR
Global coverage of WebSDR #5's antenna.
White: -3dB Beamwidth (>= 6dBi) Magenta: Gain <=1dBi
Cyan: -10dB Beamwidth
Peak gain of antenna: 10dBi
Click on either image for a larger version. Maps courtesy NS6T's web site.
Just like the beam on WebSDR #4, this antenna is NOT rotatable.
There is an occasional issue with power line noise. We believe that we have identifed the hardware involved and are working with the power company to get it resolved.
The 2021/2022 User Survey has finished and you may see the results here.
To invoke this page with a preset frequency and mode, append "/?tune=(freq
kHz)(mode)" to the URL and save it as a bookmark as in: http://[WebSDR's URL]?tune=7200lsb
Additional URL parameters are described on the "FAQ" page here.
If you find that CatSync doesn't work with this WebSDR, add "?10hz" to the URL.
Remember: If you don't do something (e.g. retune, adjust bandwidth, volume) this WebSDR will time out after 120 minutes. If it does time out, refresh the browser.
Does the echo of your transmitted audio from the WebSDR drive you crazy? This circuit may help!
Ever wonder where some of those loud static crashes are coming from? A look at the blitzortung.org U.S.A. lightning map may help answer the question!
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USB CW RX:Check box, or put ?usbcw in the URL for USB CW reception.
CW uses a center frequency of 750 Hz and LSB by default.
PassBand Tuning (PBT):
Use buttons to select BW/mode or drag passband edges on frequency scale. PBT/IF Shift by Weert Websdr.Logbook:Time, frequency, your name/call, and DXCC information are added automatically.
View the last 20 lines of the logbook,
or the entire logbook(opens new tab/window).
More info about Noise Reduction, Notch2 & High Boost here
More buffering may help with drop-outs or slow/jittery connections.
Vari-Notch (Hz): Off
CW Peak (Hz): Off
Try "Alt AGC" for better AM reception, particularly with QSB.
Recorded audio includes any DSP filtering, Notch2 or High Boost. Your browser may not support downloading the recording; Try it anyway, but if it doesn't work, please try a recent version of Firefox, Chrome or Opera.
Sig. strength plot:
Or use scroll wheel & dragging on waterfall.
Toggle "Hide labels" if labels are missing.
There were 135 users on the Northern Utah WebSDR system(WebSDRs 1-5) as of Wed 06 Dec 2023 02:14:01 PM MST. WebSDR #1 had 48, WebSDR #2 had 57, WebSDR #3 had 5, WebSDR #4 had 23 and WebSDR #5 had 2 users.
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