bij de Universiteit Twente heeft men een Software Defined Radio ontwikkeld, welke via internet te bedienen is. U kunt het onder deze link vinden:
Update 28 February:
Don’t despair, we still intend to bring our receiver online again, but the antenna cable feedthrough still has not been installed. However, we did recently hear that a list is being made of all the minor changes that still need to be made to the building, and that our antenna facilities are also on that list.
Update 4 January:
Happy new year everyone!
Unfortunately, there’s no news yet about our antenna connection.
Thanks for all the mails I got, expressing support and/or with tips on how to feed an antenna signal through a window that cannot be opened. Unfortunately, those tips are not usable: our only window is to the corridor, not to the outside. That is because our club room is in a part of the building that originally was only meant for storage, so no outside windows were installed.
Update 16 December:
It looks like it will take a while more before we can install an outside antenna. Today I’ve done a preliminary experiment with an indoor antenna, but that was not yet successful.
Several people have e-mailed me with the suggestion to use a flat cable feed-through for windows. Unfortunately, our new room does not have a suitable window for that.
Update 26 November:
We’re back — well, somewhat.
Over the past couple of weeks, we have moved all our stuff to our new club room (although much of it still has to be unpacked), and since yesterday, we have an internet connection there.
Unfortunately though, we do not yet have any possibilities for feeding an antenna cable through the wall. It is also still very unclear how long it will take until it this will be arranged.
Since Wednesday November 3, this WebSDR receiver has been offline. This is because the radio club at the University of Twente, where this receiver is hosted, had to move to a new building, along with the entire department of electrical engineering. We knew this was coming and we were busy preparing the move (dismantling our antennas, packing our equipment, etc.). On October 29 we were told that we had to empty the old room by November 4, which is earlier than we expected. That’s why we could not announce this more in advance, and could not make the transition smooth by first preparing the new room.
73, Pieter-Tjerk, PA3FWM (e-mail about this topic: qrt AT websdr.org)