70cm and 23cm EME signals recorded using the 25 m dish in Dwingeloo.
Currently, there is no live EME reception. Instead, we're playing a recording made during the EME activation of the 300m Arecibo dish during the Echoes of Apollo project. This recording was made on April 17, 2010, around 19:00 UTC, on 70 cm.
We're also playing a recording made during the 2009 EoA project. This recording (made on 23 cm) includes a QSO between PI9CAM (that's the callsign we use at the Dwingeloo dish when transmitting) and HB9MOON, around 1296.040 MHz.
Next live EME operation: JOTA weekend on October 21-22, 2017. We hope to have the dish running on Saturday between 08:00 and 16:00 UTC, and on Sunday between 09:00 and 11:00 UTC.
2m receiver for meteor echoes
The 2 m band receiver uses a 5-element yagi antenna bearing south, 10 m above ground in the radio quiet zone near the radio telescope. Its aim is to listen for meteor echoes from the Graves radar system in France.
6m receiver for meteor echoes
The 6 m band receiver uses an HB9CV antenna bearing south, in the radio quiet zone near the radio telescope. Its aim is to listen for meteor echoes from the Belgian beacons (Dourbes and Ieper).
More WebSDR receivers for other bands can be found via http://www.websdr.org/.
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