Listen live to our frequencies using our KiwiSDR remote receivers. Use the browser back button to return to this screen to select another channel OR use the KiwiSDR panel to adjust the channel frequency. 

View the full sked time tables under the SKEDS tab to select a time and channels when you will here the base operators and mobile stations. 

If you select a channel can you place your name or secall number in the box top right on SDR near the time please.  Then we can see whos is on.   You don't need to be an Austravel member which is why the SDR is open to all at the moment.

Austravel West Coast Ch1  Ch2   Ch3  Ch4  Ch5  Ch6  Ch7  Ch8  Ch10

Austravel East Coast Ch1  Ch2   Ch3  Ch4  Ch5  Ch6  Ch7  Ch8  Ch10

Identification of things you may hear in the HF spectrum.  (SIGIDWIKI) 

Some Marine Channels

Race frequencies:

East Coast SDR: Marine  4.146Mhz    Marine 6.227Mhz

West Coast SDR: Marine  4.146Mhz    Marine 6.227Mhz

Emergency marine:

East Coast SDR: Marine  4.125Mhz    Marine 6.215Mhz   Marine  8.291Mhz 

West Coast SDR: Marine  4.125Mhz    Marine 6.215Mhz   Marine  8.291Mhz 

General information:  

East Coast SDR: Marine 8.176Mhz

West Coast SDR: Marine 8.176Mhz

Amateur Radio:

Have a listen here to the  Commercial Radio Users Group (CRUG) which is an amateur radio sked for amateurs in general Wednesday evening on 3640Khz USB  at 5.30pm WST. You can transmit from home and receive on the SDR if you have high local noise. 

Stay on frequency for Jeanne Socrates VE0JS/VK6 sked directly after the CRUG.

CRUG East Coast SDR: Amateur 3.640Mhz

CRUG West Coast SDR: Amateur 3.640Mhz

The USA boys on 40 Metres

East Coast Australia (VK4) SDR: Amateur 7.163Mhz

West Coast Australia (VK6) SDR: Amateur 7.163Mhz

 

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