Using a Nooelec RTL Dongle with Nooelec v1.3 upconverter connected to a wellbrook loop antenna facing 140° South East / 320° North West.
Using another Nooelec RTL Dongle with v1.3 upconverter connected to a Sony AN 1 Whip For 48M. & secondary Loop temporarily for LW/MW Reception.
You can widen the filters to gain better sound quality and narrow them to avoid adjacent qrm.
Local greatest hits station Viking 2 is on 1161khz, Absolute:1215, Talksport: 1053, BBC 5 live: 909 or 693. BBC Radio 4 198 is usually stronger on the Whip antenna.
The Mobile version of this site can be found here http://grimsbysdr.ddns.net:8073/m.html
Tip For Mobile users: If you directly enter the frequency 20khz on the mobile site you can tune MW/LW via the Whip: To get back to the loop directly enter the frequency 2100khz.
More info can be found at the bottom of the page.
If you type your name into the box below the flags then it will show your personal name instead of IP address in the user box at the bottom of the page.
|Or use scroll wheel and dragging on waterfall.|
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Update: 11-03-18: Raised the Whip antenna by about 2 Meters, this has increased it's sensitivity a little.
Update: 11-01-18: BBC Humberside ceased broadcasting on 1485khz at 12:07pm. TX Switched off for good 29-1-18 at 2:01pm.
Update: 04-01-18: BBC Lincolnshire ceased broadcasting on 1368khz at 11:03am. TX switched off for good 30-1-18 at 11:15am.
Update: 14-09-17: Built a new PC just for hosting the websdr with 4GB ram and a AMD 6400 3.7ghz dual core processor. Server can now handle 80 simultanious users.
Update: 14-09-17: Added LW/MW Via omni directional whip antenna
Update: 25-06-17: Added 48M shortwave, but I can not do much about the local QRM sadly:(
Update: 22-05-17: Changed the acer laptop that I first used to set up the WebSDR that kept freezing for a used HP DC-8000 mini desktop, the server can now handle 40 simultaneous users. Total server downtime was around 4 hours.
November 27th 2016, WebSDR first came online hosting just the LW/MW Band via an Acer Laptop.
More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org.