Last night I started using the Hack Green WebSDR so I could listen to HF on a more regular basis without a huge antenna and without going to the club, the main HF SDR at Hack Green covers from top band (160-metres) to 17-metres, though I see most activity falls on 40-metres given not many people will have the real estate for an antenna suited to top band, and during the hours of darkness more stations come in, particularly from stateside.
Hack Green also has a WebSDR for UHF/VHF and as low as 10-metres here though there is little activity on 10-metres at present, and any of the UHF (which is 70cm) transmissions received at Hack Green would be local to it.
I would recommend using the HF WebSDR at Hack Green, great way to listen so you can get an idea of how to work the HF frequencies before doing so, one of the reasons I am doing this.
Hopefully I can get the mag loop build and get on HF relatively soon and maybe I will be heard at Hack Green
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