|Title||Introduction to the KiwiSDR|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Conference Name||HamSCI Workshop 2019|
|Conference Location||Cleveland, OH|
The KiwiSDR is a standalone 14 bit ADC 0-30 MHz receiver that attaches to your local network and is optionally accessed through the Internet where a browser is used to connect to the user interface. In addition to standard AM/SSB/CW listening modes, it includes a number of user developed extensions like WSPR logging, CW decoding, IQ display and transmitter location. There are more than 100 publicly available Kiwis around the world available for signal captures, many with excellent antennas and very accurate clocks and oscillators. The presentation will include a live demonstration of the use of Kiwis at KPH in California and N6GN in Colorado near WWV.