Welcome to the KFS WebSDR HF radio receiver system located six miles south of Half Moon Bay, California USA.
This facility is maintained by Craig, W6DRZ, e-mail email@example.com.
To find out about recent changes to this system, click here.
A complete technical description, operating tips, updated propagation information, and a donation opportunity
can all be found on the ABOUT page.
More information on the worldwide WebSDR project can be found on www.websdr.org.
As an alternate system on the West coast, try the Northern Utah WebSDR,
North of Salt Lake City.
Also, on the west coast is W7RNA Sedona WebSDR in Arizona.
For better HF reception from the East coast, use either NA5B WebSDR in Washington, DC.
or Home of K3FEF & W3TKP in Pennsylvania.
KFS WebSDR NEWS:
(20 Jan) The KFS KiwiSDR (1.8-30 MHz.) is available with coverage of 1.8 to 30 MHz.
Click here for info
and here to connect.
Comments to Craig, please.
(19 Mar) The entire staff at KFS WebSDR is dedicated to a virus-free system for your radio enjoyment.
(26 Mar) High Boost added to DSP features; the controls are found under the S-meter. Details here.
(27 Mar) The KFS Radio Club has been issued the callsign W6KFS.
(26 Apr) Synchronous AM demodulation (SAM) has been added to the KFS KiwiSDR.
(16 Jul) Installed preamp on both 20M WebSDR receivers. Comments to Craig.
(29 Aug) Audio stuttering? Trying increasing Audio buffering - a new feature.
(9 Sep) Thank you to WB4NRM, W5AWG, K6ICS, WA6ZVE, AA6YT, N6XDV, and K6JEK for their recent donations.
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kHz @ -6dB;
kHz @ -60dB.
PassBand Tuning (PBT):
Or drag the passband edges on the frequency scale. PBT & IF Shift code by Weert Websdr.