RTL-SDR photoWelcome to the K3FEF & W3TKP QTH!  STATUS: DOWN - Hardware Upgrade in Progress!.
This receiver consists of multiple RTL-SDR Ver.3 dongles fed from an HF LNA attached to a G5RV antenna located in Milford, Pennsylvania - Northeastern USA. It is operated by Michael - K3FEF and his XYL, Tanya - W3TKP.
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Please note: I default to 3873 AM because that's where I typically transmit. I use a T/R relay when I transmit to protect the receiver so you may occasionally hear brief dropouts. Feel free to adjust the receiver any way you like! It will not affect other users (if you didn't already know). 73! and Enjoy!
Our current weather from our station on Weather Underground - KPAMILF08
"K3FEF Part 15" Marker is an SSTran AMT3000 low power transmitter I use to demo my vintage AM radio collection. You never know what you'll hear. :-)

TIPS: Depending on time of day, different bands perform differently! If the bands look quiet (daytime), change the waterfall "view" to "Weak Sigs". My S-Meter is calibrated and you'll notice it doesn't change when you change the waterfall view. At night, the waterfall might look better set to "Strong Sigs". Also, I DEFAULT to "AM" so make sure you choose "LSB" on the lower bands and "USB" for higher bands when listening to Amateur Radio frequencies. (Or CW is hearing morse code! And FM for 2 meter band!). If listening to any signal and you hear a continuous tone, try using the "Autonotch" setting. Finally, use the wider and narrower bandwidth controls to eliminate neighboring conversations

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Allow keyboard:
j k ← →: freq down/up (+shift/ctrl/alt faster)
u l c a f: USB, LSB, CW, AM, FM
z Z: center/zoom waterfall
g: enter frequency


Frequency: kHz

Or tune by clicking/dragging/scrollwheel on the frequency scale.

Memories:
Bandwidth:
? kHz @ -6dB; ? kHz @ -60dB.
Or drag the passband edges on the frequency scale.
Waterfall view:
Or use scroll wheel and dragging on waterfall.
Speed:
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[scale]
? dB; peak ? dB;
mute squelch autonotch
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Signal strength plot:
Logbook:
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Comments (nothing stupid!):
Note: time, frequency, your name/call, and DXCC information are added automatically.
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