WebSDR receiver located in Madrid, IN80DK35BQ and maintained by EA4BPN. Facilities at ETSIAE main building.
 
 
LNB
 
LNB for 10GHz and 1/4 wave for 1.2GHz
 
 
     
Receivers:
  • 10GHz band: Satellite TV LNB + PLL and OCXO + RTLSDR dongle device. Frequency shown is calibrated based on EA5DOM measurements with my Baofeng UV5R, which in turn was used as signal source on his microwave receiver. Frequency error within 5kHz.
  • 23cm band: RTLSDR dongle + 1/4 wave GP antenna and Raspberry Pi 2B (Lubuntu 16.04) serving remotely this WebSDR site via ethernet.
Update (May 2018).- Installed a Baofeng UV-5R close to LNB. It is acting as a local beacon. LNB beaming to IN80AU53KW PeƱalara mountain top.

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