G7IZU RRD Blog

Current Streaming Options

Links to streams Description Availability Format Bitrate
Dual mono audio * Dual mono audio from my receivers is fed via web server 24 hours a day.  Audio is fed via sequential file transfer to my web space. The propagation delay may be a couple of minutes.

NB: A small client application called BS-Tuner is required to receive it. Any number of listeners are possible without affecting my outgoing bandwidth.
 

143.050 MHz left channel; 55.250 MHz right channel

24/7

 

BS-Tuner/
Web server

 

24kBs

 

Spoken alerts
 
This is a pop-up window that you can minimise and forget.

Receive spoken alerts on your PC warning you of high- or very-high meteor activity, high- or mid-latitude aurora, and sporadic -E conditions in the south-western UK.
24/7 Audio file/
html
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